Borth is a tiny village on the Welsh coast in Ceredigion, west Wales. Set to the north of Aberystwyth along the Cardigan Bay coast, the village has a single high street running through it. Continuing onward at the end of the village, the road stretches further north to the Ynyslas peninsula with Aberavon in view across the tidal estuary. Houses on the west of the high street have spectacular views of the bay from rear facing windows. Their rear gardens and patios allow access to the top of a large pebble bank which forms a protective barrier against the tides and rough seas which roll in over the wide sands down below towards the water's edge. Most of the property owners expanded the rears of their homes to include the continuation of the beach scenes onto their properties. Decked out with all sorts of paraphernalia, maritime objects, benches and chairs etc, each with its' owners personal preferences. All are unique, which makes for an interesting display as you walk the length of the properties along the top of the pebble bank.