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The Ship Inn

Traditional, seaside inn & dining with stunning views across Cardigan Bay.

  • Opening Hours
  • Mon - Sat // 08.30 - 23.00
  • Sun // 08:30 - 22:30
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Menus inspired by coast and country

Our delicious seafood specials are not to be missed. With market-fresh fish delivered every day we’ll knock up the perfect salmon sandwich as a quick break from the beach, or seabream for a sunset dinner.

Enjoy one of our specially selected wines, award winning cask ales or hand crafted cocktails to make your visit complete. Simply relax on our sun terrace to take in the sights and sounds of our idyllic surroundings.

We’re also open for breakfast to non-residents. So ditch the cooking and washing up, and come and let us take care of you!

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Accommodation

Our 4 en-suite, sea-view rooms are ideal to relax after a hard day’s sunbathing on Tresaith’s blue-flag beach. Whether you take in the breathtaking sunsets across the bay or do a spot of dolphin watching from your balcony, there’s no better way to unwind than to the sound of clear waters lapping at the shore.

The next morning, get your walking shoes on ready to explore the famous Ceredigion coastal walks. But not before your full Welsh breakfast is cooked to order for you to enjoy in our conservatory.

Once you’ve seen Tresaith, you’ll never want to leave.

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Perfect location

Whether you're looking forward to a relaxing break or an adrenaline filled escape, we have plenty of choice of activities on our doorstop.

Just ask the team for help on making the most of your stay.

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