Aberdyfi (Wales) Reviews
Description:Aberdyfi (sometimes Aberdovey in English) is a village on the estuary of the River Dyfi on the west coast of Wales. The ... more
Aberdyfi (Wales) ... village was founded around the shipbuilding industry, but is known best known as a seaside resort with a high quality beach which was awarded the Blue flag beach award in 2005. There is a very active yacht club in the village. While the town centre is the seafront, yacht club, pier and beach, the town itself stretches back from the coast and up the steep hillside. The town lies in the midst of typical Welsh coast scenery (steep green hills and sheep farms). On the north bank of the Dyfi estuary, it is accessed by the A493 with Tywyn four miles to the north and Machynlleth 11 miles to the east.
Newest Review: ... I liked was the variety of prices and sizes! we chose the standard which was £1.60 (if my memory serves me right! including a flake) Ooo and the second best thing was when my daughter couldn't make up her mind which flavour to have the lady said that's ok you can choose two flavours - 1 scoop of each! so I did the same! My daughters had a chocolate scoop and a mint choc chip scoop. I had a ... more
Customer Aberdyfi (Wales) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/08/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Aberdyfi is picturesque. We stayed just a mile or so outside of Aberdyfi so inevetably we went in a few times. We found the easiest place to park was the main car park, it's very close to the beach and shops, the car park's around Wales all seem to have a standard price which is really useful. 2hrs was £1.50 which I thought very reasonable. There is a jetty where there were many children (and adults!) hanging over the edge crab fishing! there were many in the pots as well!! It was fun to watch while we were eating our icecream from the well known homemade ice cream shop and wow what an ice cream! there were plenty of flavours to choose from and the ... Read the complete review
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