This site contains all you need to know about Aberdyfi whether you're a visitor or a resident. Aberdyfi is the Welsh (and generally accepted) spelling and Aberdovey is the olde English version. (Both 'Aberdyfi' and 'Aberdovey' are recognised by most map and routefinder sites these days). This small seaside village nestles on the north side of the Dyfi / Dovey estuary and is a popular destination for visitors from all over the world. The locals quite like it too!
Aberdyfi is a thriving little harbour resort set within the Snowdonia National Park, where the river Dyfi meets the blue waters of Cardigan Bay. Aberdyfi has watersports galore - sailing, sailboarding, rowing, canoeing, fishing and boat trips. In the summer, there are yachting regattas, sailboarding competitions, rowing regattas and other watersports events along with family entertainment on its award-winning beaches.
Aberdyfi's championship golf course, which welcomes visiting players and is located at the western end of the village, is also one of Aberdyfi's major attractions. Information on watersports, golf and much more can be found on the Attractions page or the Activities page.
Aberdyfi is renowned for its good value, excellent quality accommodation. You can choose from guest houses, self-catering flats and hotels within the village and farmhouse accommodation, chalets, camping and caravaning just outside. Most of these are listed with phone numbers on the Accommodation page and many have linked sites. Go to the Contact Details page to request a brochure. Click here to check the weather.
Many are verified and quality-graded by Visit Wales or the AA. Aberdyfi is proud to be able to boast that both the RAC and AA best small hotel award and best guest house award have gone to hotels and guest houses in the village in previous years.