Hot Tubs Cardigan

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Cardigan Hot Tubs

Our quality hot tubs come complete with all of the latest designs and features. You will find a spa for every occasion and budget. Just imagine the possibilities; relaxing at home on your own or with the family, partying the night away with friends or a romantic evening in just for two.

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Cardigan Pools

We supply and install a wide range of quality indoor and outdoor pools, including above-ground, in-ground, one-piece pools and DIY kits – to suit all budgets. We have a wealth of experience and knowledge, which will ensure that your installation is always a great success.

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Cardigan Hot & Pool Services

Whether your swimming pool or hot tub is brand new or ten years old, regular professional servicing provides a wide range of benefits, extending its lifespan and keeping the water in perfect condition. At South Wales Pool and Spa we offer a selection of hot tub, spa and swimming pool maintenance and service plans.

Cardigan hot tubs serivces 

Located in Ceredigion in West Wales, Cardigan is a busy market town with its own medieval castle. It’s also the second largest town to be found within the principal area of Ceredigion. Visitors of Cardigan will find a range of big name stores but also charming independent shops too. If you’re looking for familiar names like Tesco and Aldi, you’ll find them just off the high street, but traditional butchers, bakers and other specialist shops are dotted around Cardigan too. As you’re doing a little shopping, you’ll wonder Cardigan’s narrow streets getting a fell for how others used to live many years ago.

The ancient town of Cardigan offers unspoilt townscape and a rich heritage immediately noticeable as you first step in. It’s wistful setting acts as a unique and warming background to events and festivals all year round.

The town of Cardigan was developed around its castle, now a fascinating tourist attraction and a must for visitors of the town. Built by Robert Montgomery, the castle dates back to the 11th century following the Norman Conquest of 1066 and after falling into disrepair was restored in the early 2000s and opened for everyone to explore and enjoy. An interesting fact you may not know is that Cardigan Castle was the host of the very first Nation Eisteddfod – one of the largest and oldest celebration of Welsh culture – all the way back in 1176.

Cardigan is a town with a rich and interesting history, a lot of which is still present today. Perhaps the biggest chunk of this history is tied to its location. Cardigan is located on the banks of Teifi Estuary (at the spot where Ceredigion meets Pembrokeshire) and was once a central port and shipbuilding centre during the 18th century. Unfortunately, the industry suffered as a result of other rising transporting technologies and the silting up of the river. The buildings and quays remain though and house the likes of a performance area and boat trips for fishing kayaking and others.

Cardigan is surrounded by some noteworthy areas worth a visit. Cardigan is the gateway to the Teifi Valley known for its outstanding natural beauty as well as the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire coastal paths. The Teifi Valley is a tourist hotspot for those seeking adventure – in the form of kayaking or white water rafted – or want to relax and take in the sights or maybe indulge in some arts and crafts. With Cardigan being situated nearby, visitors have plenty to see and do.

Cardigan Bay is also another location known for its natural beauty offering stunning coastal views and again near to Cardigan itself. Best of all it’s a spot well-known for being able to catch sight of dolphins and seals. Just north of the town you’ll find the Ceredigion Heritage Coast along with a number of sandy beaches and other seaside towns.

Once the second most significant port in Wales, Cardigan basks in its heritage and history making it a fascinating town and with a number of beautiful natural locations nearby, an attractive getaway location for visitors.

South Wales Pool and Spa

As a trained dealership for Hydropool, we can provide all of the above features and back-up. We want to build long term relationships with our customers and help with their changing needs. For example, we can provide a wide range of related garden products to enhance your developing home spa. We can offer balconies, gazebos and cabins to contain your hot tub. Then there’s decking in a variety of materials – timber, composites and plastic. To keep you safe and enhance the look of your hot tub we have railings and balustrades. You may move on to deciding to have a hot tub for your caravan, holiday home or cottage. We’ve got that covered too with a wide range of custom-designed hot tubs.

Great service from this local company. Nothing is too much trouble and they are so helpful with advice over the phone to even popping round! So pleased to have bought our tub from them

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Barbara T - Cardigan
Great local company!

Excellent service. When I rang them to explain my hot tub needed a good clean they not only told me they had a deal on they also had someone round to my house the very next morning.

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John F - Cardigan
Excellent service

Excellent service, very helpful consultation and delivery and installation went without a hitch (unusual for us, there's normally issues with anything we do!). Had it a few days and so far so good, love the experience.

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Ian A - Cardigan
Very helpful consultation

A first class service from start to finish. Full of advice and help advising us on the best spa for our needs. Helped to answer all our questions and queries. Delivery and installation went without a hitch. Were given full instructions on cleaning and using the spa, also a start up kit which also includes all the instructions for reference. So pleased to have bought our tub from them

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Sarah S - Cardigan
Great local company!