NINE OAKS FISHERIES ACTIVITY HOLIDAYS
SELF CATERING IN LLANARTH, CEREDIGION OR CARDIGANSHIRE
Nine Oaks Angling Centre lies on the edge of the hamlet of Oakford which is roughly 2 miles inland from the Cardigan Bay coast in Ceredigion and 20 miles south of Aberystwyth. Ceredigion is one of the least populated counties in Wales, providing 60 miles of spectacular coastline with untouched beaches and miles of uncongested coastal footpaths. We have holiday cottages and static caravans and 3 Trout Pools and 3 Coarse Lakes. We provide excellent trout and top-class general coarse fishing. Our holiday accommodation is spotlessly clean, fresh and consists of self catering holiday cottages and quality static caravans. The cottages are disabled friendly. All are very close to the lakes, and all are suitable for couples, for family holidays (with or without fishing) or specifically fishing holidays, including the non-ambulant or disabled angler (not wheelchair). Midweek or weekend breaks also available.
The county's main towns are Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Lampeter, and Aberaeron. About 4 miles away, in a south-westerly direction, is the lovely old fishing village of New Quay with its crystal clear waters and beautiful sweeping, sandy bays. Also 4 miles away, northerly, is the busy coastal town of Aberaeron. With its myriad of colourful Victorian houses and shops. Cardigan is 20 miles south and Carmarthen roughly 30 miles away easterly inland. Our location is perfect for touring Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
There are 2 self catering properties called Craigfryn and Snowdrop, ideal for a small family or couples. The cottages are luxury units, very well equipped, fully fitted throughout and furnished to very high standards. Craigfryn (sleeps 2) is the smaller cottage and has a large double bedroom, en-suite shower room, separate kitchen and large lounge/diner with 28" TV, DVD and Freeview. Snowdrop (sleeps 4/5) is a large semi-detached bungalow and has a large double bedroom, a large twin bedroom, walk-in shower room, separate kitchen/diner and large lounge with leather couches plus a 34" TV, separate DVD and Freeview.
The static caravans sleep 4 or more in comfort and overlook the lakes with parking next to them. They have one double bedroom, one twin bedroom, large shower room, lounge/diner with TV/DVD, and fully fitted kitchen. Caravan #2 has an additional child 'over bunk' for a 5th person. Our caravans are very well equipped, fresh and clean, beautifully furnished and a real "home from home". For families, we also provide quality bedding and pillows.
Picnic tables available and at a small extra charge a gas barbecue and sun loungers too. Except for special promotions, fishing is extra. Aberaeron is nearby for local shopping and provisions. Around about there are also plenty of "Spar" type little supermarkets, and loads of local restaurants, cafes and bars.
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By Car: Directions from Manchester:
Take the M60 (South) onto the M56 and head towards Chester. At Ellesmere Port branch off onto the Chester section for Chester, Wrexham and North Wales. This road then becomes the A55. Remain on the A55 until signs for Wrexham (A483). Take the A483 (Wrexham) and remain on this road until Llangurig (A489) passing through, Oswestry, Welshpool, Newtown then heading for Llangurig. After Newtown the A489 invisibly becomes the A470. At Llangurig roundabout take the A44 through Llangurig heading for Aberystwyth. At Aberystwyth take the coast road (A487) south for Cardigan. Go past Aberarth and Aberaeron. Approximately 3 miles past Aberaeron you should find a "Total" petrol station on your RHS. About 60 yards past the station is the turning for Oakford (Derwen Gam) Village. Oakford (Derwen Gam) is 1.5miles inland from the coast road along the winding country road. In the village of Oakford you will be at a staggered cross-roads. If you pause a moment, on the garden fence diagonally on your RHS you should see the sign for the Fishery; turn right and immediately turn left. About 100 yards along the road (the last bungalow) you should see the sign for "Nine Oaks" on your right-hand side.
Manchester to Aberaeron is 145 miles approx which, depending on traffic, should take roughly 3.5 hours.
Directions from Birmingham:
Take the M6 North to Junction 10a (M54). On the M54 head for Shrewsbury. At wellington the M54 ceases and becomes the A5. Continue on the A5 past Shrewsbury, heading for Welshpool (A458). At Welshpool take the A483 south towards Newton. Remain on the A483 towards Llangurig (A489). The A489 becomes the A470 - at Llangurig roundabout take the A44 (Aberystwyth). At Aberystwyth take the coast road (A487) south for Cardigan. Go past Aberarth and Aberaeron and follow the signs for Oakford (Derwen Gam). Oakford (Derwen Gam) is 1.5miles inland from the coast road along the winding country road. In the village of Oakford you w