Borth (Wales) Reviews
Description:A small seaside village located about 5 km from Aberystwyth in Wales.
Newest Review: ... most selling typical seaside fancy goods, buckets and spades etc. There is one decent supermarket, which although not huge (don't go expecting a massive Tesco or anything), has a good selection of products at reasonable prices. The town is centred around the few shops that line the promenade, overlooking Cardigan Bay. Unfortunately, you can't walk the whole length of the promenade without ... more
Customer Borth (Wales) Reviews (2)
by - written on 04/07/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I booked a holiday in Borth, without really knowing anything about the place. It looked pretty and we were booked into the Park Resorts site just minutes from the beach. I'm happy to say that we had a great time there - although the fact that the weather was glorious the whole time, probably helped. Borth is a small seaside town in Wales, about 15 minutes drive from Aberystwyth. When we first arrived I thought it was a bit of an odd looking town, with a mixture of 19th century fisherman's cottages backed up against 1960s council houses and some once grand Victorian terraces town houses that had clearly seen better days. It's the kind of place ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 229 readings)
I have had a few holidays in the seaside (just about) town of Borth, as my Dad used to own a static caravan down there. The town of Borth is really quite small. There is not a huge amount there, and the beach is not particularly great, however for a short get away, it is pretty good. The town of Borth basically has one main street, which is where most people park there cars, and if there is a lot of people around it can make it a bit tricky to drive down this road. To my knowledge there are a couple of chip shops, a few pubs that do food, and a couple of very small shops that sell general items, milk bread etc. Beware though that nearly ... Read the complete review
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