The lodge is very modern, spacious and comfortable with a real homely feeling.. As other guests have stated, with the lodge being situated literally at the top of the site, the views of the sea and surrounding hills and countryside are great, providing an almost panoramic view. If the walk uphill to the lodge doesn't keep you fit enough you can always use the on-site pool, situated near the on-site shop, restaurant and reception. There are TVs in each bedroom but as just the two of us, the one in lounge was enough. The owners, though on holiday themselves, took the trouble to email to make sure everything was ok for us and Molly their cleaner had left us a lovely welcoming note on our arrival. Borth seems to be a great place for families attracted by its extensive beach but we preferred to use it as a base to tour from, visiting lots of the other coastal villages up and down the coast line as well as some in-land attractions. New Quay with it's pretty harbour and Aberaeron with it's wonderfully painted Georgian houses. The RSPB reserve at Ynys-Hir is a wonderful day out if you like the outdoors and wildlife spotting, would just make sure to take your own provisions for lunch as their offering was limited and pricey. The university town of Aberystwyth with all the usual high street shops, supermarkets and restaurants, was another good day out. On the day we visited they had an artisan street market selling lots of locally produced goodies and a brass band to entertain you while shopping. The Butterfly Farm and the walks round the Rheidol Reservoir were also interesting places to visit. All in all great accommodation, lots to do and see in the area even when the weather wasn't at its best.