In reply to Southern Man: SWMC wiki page is good for dealing with a lack of a guide book. Not the most descriptive in the world but has more info than the data bases on here.
Would suggest the Gower over the Wye for easier stuff though I'm not particularly familiar with the venues there. A couple that I have been to could be a bit intimidating for a nervous second. The Gower has the advantage of some nice climbs straight off the beach at places like Caswel and Three cliffs.
The Ceredigion sea cliffs, described in the new Pembroke North guide, are by far the nearest decent climbing to Llandysul and would meet all your requirements other than the fact that all access is by abseil.
On that basis, the Gower it probably is then, especially as the tides are good, with LW at mid afternoon on Sunday.
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> From diff to hard-severe I think really Matt. She can manage harder, but I think she'll struggle and it'll be less enjoyable for her. Slabs are good.
In that case (and based on what Dave says about the tide), definitely Three Cliffs Bay. There are two really good VS, that are well worth doing, Arch Slab and Scavenger. Neither are particulary hard for the grade, so if she's done some of the other HSes there, then I'm sure she'll be fine. Scavenger is (I find) quite juggy for a slab. Also it's a very nice area. Short walk in. Great beach.
In reply to Southern Man: Just read the thread more carefully and see the tides for Three Cliffs look favourable, and that Boiler Slab has already been suggested as a non tidal alternative, anyway the link to the topo might be some use.
If you do go to 3 Cliffs then take a wander across the beach to Great Tor for a classic 3 pitch V Diff, contender for the best easy route on Gower and good belay ledges.