A Unique Holiday Venue

A unique holiday venue providing self catering holiday accommodation which is fully accessible for groups, organisations and families whose members have special needs.

The centre is a single storey building and has been awarded an 'Accessibility Grade 2' Status, (suitable for wheel chair users with assistance).

We can sleep 15 people in 9 bedrooms but are not limited to this, we are able to accommodate for larger groups if you require.

We are open throughout the year for long or short stays.


Come And Discover ... The Walled Garden

The holiday centre is set amongst mature woodlands on the banks of the river Aeron. An abundance of wildlife and nature can be seen from property.

There are wonderful, safe outside spaces, with a designated barbecue area and a large patio area with outdoor dining tables and chairs.

A hard surfaced pathway leads down through woodland and over a stream to the most unique part of the this holiday centre, the “Secret Garden”.

Guests have unlimited access to the beautifully restored Gardens and Adventure Playground which is fully accessible to wheelchair users.


Stunning Location

Situated in the small village of Ciliau Aeron, just four miles from the picturesque harbour town of Aberaeron.

Aberaeron is a popular centre for yachting and a great place to explore the wildlife of Ceredigion's Maritime Heritage Coast - the first offshore conservation area of its kind in the United Kingdom


About The Ty Glyn Davis Trust

The aim of the Trust is to continue the vision of Mr & Mrs Davis, to establish and run accommodation and leisure facilities for all people, especially children, with special needs.

These consist of the Holiday Centre and part of the Ty Glyn Estate, which has a restored walled garden, woodland walk and river frontage on the Aeron River, all accessible for wheelchair users.

The centre is able to welcome individuals, their families, friends and carers with any sort of physical or learning disability.

Click here to read, 'A Short History of The Ty Glyn Davis Trust'