Wendy Aberporth Express
If you really want to experience a great outdoor adventure in the English countryside, Wendy Aberporth Express is undoubtedly on top of the list. After all, it is the sunniest part of Wales, according to Ceredigion Tourism Service, Wales.
It is the epitome of pristine English countryside with the a spectacular view of British sandy beaches. Enjoy some of the picturesque panorama in Wales from Wendy’s converted Edwardian railway carriage located on the coastal footpath between the sandy beaches at Aberporth and Tresaith. Sally Shalam for Conde Naste Traveller magazine says “Wendy has reached her final staging post – between the beaches of Aberporth and Tresaith. The only neighbours are the birds…this is the perfect place for toasting crumpets after a day’s walking or dolphin-spotting.” Remarkably, Wendy Aberporth Express is located in the peaceful seaside grassland with no road disturbance for 300 yards.
Likewise, make sure that your travel essentials are organized and within your reach. The Troubadour Classic Holdall is perfect for outdoor Wales. It boasts a top zip fastening, two short rounded handles to the top with wrap around strap detailing to the front and rear, a size adjustable shoulder strap with a buckle fastening, a canvas lining with an internal zip fastening pocket and a textured finish.
Treat yourselves to somewhere really VERY special – Conde Nast Traveller – Top Five ‘best spots to enjoy the British Seaside’ (July 2012) ‘Wendy has reached her final staging post – between the beaches of Aberporth and Tresaith. The only neighbours are the birds…this is the perfect place for toasting crumpets after a day’s walking or dolphin-spotting’ (Sally Shalam for Conde Naste Traveller magazine).
2013 – The Independent named Wendy one of the best sites in the UK to spot bottle-nosed dolphins and seals!
Enjoy some of the finest views in Wales from our converted Edwardian railway carriage located on the coastal footpath between the sandy beaches at Aberporth and Tresaith. See photos inside this converted railway carriage. Many guests see Europe’s largest colony of bottle-nose dolphins in th ebay in front, and direct access to the heritage coast footpath makes Wendy the ideal location for exploring the West Wales coast. Peaceful location with no roads within 300 yards. You can catch sea bass and mackerel on lines from the rocks in front of the carriage. Read an independent review of Wendy from the travel section of the Guardian newspaper or see the local coast as captured in an amateur video. See real guest holiday albums here, here, here, hereand here.