Ceibwr Bay is reached by a narrow lane along the Nant Ceibwr valley from the village of Moylegrove. Parking is at the roadside, with space for 20 - 25 vehicles. The beach is owned by the National Trust and is mostly pebbles flanked by cliffs of sandstones and mudstones. It's a popular location for scuba divers and canoeists and is good for snorkelling and swimming at high tide. Approximately ⅔ mile to the south-west along the coastal path is the Witches Cauldron or Pwll-y-Wrach - a large collapsed cave formed by the sea eroding the soft shale rocks.
There are no facilities at Ceibwr, but nearby Moylegrove has a small car park with toilets.