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How To Find Us
3 hours from Birmingham New Street (direct), with a train every 2 hours between 6am and 8pm, everyday. Single tickets available from £16.00.
Please be aware that it is 10 minute walk south to our Borth lesson location outside the Lifeboat station and up to 25 minutes north, to Ynyslas. There is a large stoney car park nearing the end of the golf course.
10% discount for our customers travelling to the area for lessons using public transport, walking or cycling. (Only available for full price lessons. Excludes school lessons hire and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer).
We find www.thetrainline. com the most useful journey planner.
Getting to Borth via bus, is only an option from Aberystwyth. But we are lucky enough to have a bus quarter to the hour, every hour between 7.45am and 10.45pm. Unfortunately there are no buses on Sunday or public holidays.
The bus stops at Borth lifeboat station for Borth lessons and Ynyslas turn.
For Ynyslas lessons, walk under the height restriction barrier (next to the bus shelter), along the stoney track, through the golf course and into a large stoney car park. The AberAdventures van should be easy to spot.
10% discount for our customers travelling to the area for lessons using public transport, walking or cycling. (Only available for full price lessons. Excludes school lessons, hire and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer).
More information on the 512 bus timetable.
Excellent (but sometimes a little slow) local road networks. Borth offers some of the closest surfing beaches to the West Midlands.
Around 2 1/2 hours from Birmingham. 2 hours from Shrewsbury. 2 hours form Chester.
Use the map above to get directions to the area and follow local directions to our exact lesson locations, (given below).
For Borth lessons head to Borth lifeboat station and park in the car park adjacent to Golden Sands Bistro. (The opposite side of road to the beach).
For Ynyslas lessons. Locate the only bus shelter in the hamlet, on the main road B4353, located on a sharp bend with a junction. Next to the bus shelter is a height restriction barrier (2 metres), signposted beach car park. Proceed along the stoney track, through the golf course into a large stoney car park. The AberAdventures van should be easy to spot.
Please note that there maybe a charge for parking during busy periods.
Stand up paddle boarding, sheltered water location.