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The Cardigan/Ceredigion region is probably best known for its superb beaches and iconic harbour ports which make this stretch of coastline such a great place for a cottage holiday in Wales. It’s where Dylan Thomas was inspired to write some of his best work and with the Cambrian Mountains as the back drop you can relax and enjoy a region full of wildlife and natural beauty.

The region’s coastline offers mile after mile of golden sandy beaches, many of which have been awarded the coveted ‘Blue Flag’ award. Discover hidden coves and smugglers caves, old fishing harbours and magnificent cliffs where you can take the coastal path which extends some 60 miles.

There are two special areas of conservation here and a rich diversity of marine wildlife including Bottle Nosed dolphins, seals and sea birds. It’s easy to hop aboard one of the many boat trips that operate from New Quay and Cardigan to fully appreciate this designated ‘Marine Heritage Coast’.

Inland a great plateau rises to form the largest part of the Cambrian Mountains with Pumlumon Fawr its highest peak at 752m (2,468 feet). This large and remote plateau is broken up by steep valleys which include some of the most beautiful mountain passes in Wales.

Further explorations of local wildlife can be found at the Welsh Wildlife Centre. This great visitor centre stands on the Telfi Marshes Nature Reserve and, thanks to its glass fronted design and elevated position, offers incredible views of the surrounding area and a variety of wildlife.

Some visitor attractions and activities of interest include the National Wool Museum were you can learn all about the region’s sheep farming heritage, or if you’re feeling adventurous try the Cardigan Bay Watersports and Sea School. Here you can enjoy dinghy sailing, yacht cruising, power boating, windsurfing and kayaking in one of the UK’s most glorious coastal locations.

Enjoy the simple pleasures of great walks and magnificent scenery; take a look at our selection of holiday cottages in Cardigan for a perfect break.

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  • Plas Tanybwlch - Valley View

    Rhydyfelin, nr. Aberystwyth

    Grade
    6
    3
    0
    2
    Ref: OU8


    Plas Tanybwlch, now converted into luxury apartments, nestles in 7 acres of grounds just south of Aberystwyth, with dramatic vistas of the sea and views of no less than three castles. The main entrance to Plas Tanybwlch leads to a grand reception hallway and the apartments Valley View No.3 (ref OU8) and Sea View No.4 (ref OU9) are located on the first floor via a grand staircase. They have been restored, keeping the original 19th-century features including architrave, plasterwork, internal shutters and sash windows, and are stylishly furnished to include every comfort and convenience. The building is an imposing Grade II listed mansion house with an illustrious background. Built in 1835 by a Napoleonic war hero, it has been a WWII isolation hospital, a catering college and owned by a rock star with recording studios used by many famous music artists, a shrine to Jimi Hendrix once existed. A comfortable 30-minute beach walk or a 15-minute cycle along a Sustrans route will bring you to the university town of Aberystwyth, where you will discover the pier and promenade, castle, and the National Library of Wales (free guided tours available). Constitution Hill has a cliff railway to the summit as well as an unusual Camera Obscura allowing you to look back over the whole of Aberystwyth through a camera lens. The Aberystwyth Arts Centre is a top quality entertainment centre and considered the best in Wales outside of Cardiff. From Aberystwyth you can take the steam train on the Vale of Rheidol Railway to Devil’s Bridge. There are 60 miles of coastal paths in Ceredigion accessible from here and if you prefer a day out without the car, a ¾-mile walk will bring you to the stop where the buses go north or south to a variety of destinations, such as New Quay, where you may take a dolphin watching boat trip, and Aberaeron, a Georgian harbour town famous for its coloured houses and chic shops, cafés and restaurants. Ceredigion has a wealth of things to see and do whilst on holiday - from unsurpassed beaches, renowned nature reserves, historic houses and gardens and interesting coastal and inland towns and villages. Whatever your interest, you won’t be short of ways to fill your days. Shop and pub 1½ miles, restaurant 2 miles.

    Shared reception hall. First floor apartment. Open-plan living/dining room with well-equipped kitchen area and wooden floor. Two double bedrooms, each with 5ft bed; one with en-suite shower room and toilet. Twin bedroom with comfortable seating area and single sofa bed (for alternative sleeping only). Large bathroom with separate shower cubicle and toilet.

    • Smart Freeview TV/DVD
    • Microwave
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Telephone - incoming calls only

    • Electricity, full biomass central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Washer/dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Wi-fi
    • Shared 7-acre landscaped, woodland grounds with furniture
    • Parking (for 1 car); additional parking at rear
    • Cycle store
    • No smoking
    • NB: Slope in grounds. 400 yards from the sea

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  • Croes Newydd

    Beulah near Aberporth

    Grade
    6
    3
    1
    1
    Ref: CC621031
    Croes Newydd lies in the heart of the small village of Beulah - sitting on the village square, this semi detached property is just 4 miles from the popular seaside village of Aberporth. Being immaculately presented and comfortably furnished throughout, makes it a real home from home and is ideally located for exploring Cardigan Bay and its many beaches. The owner has taken great care to provide all you will need to have a relaxing and enjoyable break. On returning from a day of coastal adventure, relax and unwind in the spacious living room, with impressive beams, comfortable soft furnishings and wood burning stove - the perfect recipe for a cosy night in ! The modern kitchen boasts everything you will need and more. The large range cooker and dishwasher may not be used with the convenience of many good pubs, restaurants, cafes and take away’s nearby. All three bedroom have been beautifully decorated and each one boasts a television - ideal to keep all the family happy and entertained! Outside the garden is an outdoor haven with far reaching countryside views and is also home to a delightful fish pond and water feature. With comfortable seating areas taking full advantage of the stunning countryside outlook, it is the perfect spot for enjoying a drink on a summers evening snuggled around the chiminea, while offering freedom for exuberant children and the family pet!

    Ground Floor: Property has LPG heating and comprises;
    Lounge/Dining Area: With wood burning stove, TV, DVD, radio/CD player, dining table and chairs and a selection of board games, CD’s DVD’s and books
    Kitchen: With electric oven and gas hob, microwave and fridge/freezer
    Utility Room: With washing machine and tumble dryer

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With king size bed
    Bedroom 2: With double bed
    Bedroom 3: With bunk beds (bottom bunk pulls out to become a double bed with single bed over)
    Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and wash basin

    All fuel, power, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner included. Cot available.

    Garden furniture and BBQ provided. Open pond with water feature, children must be supervised at all times. Parking for 3 cars. Hot tub available charges apply (£100 per week, £60 for 4 nights and £50 for 3 nights ) which includes the use of dressing gown and slippers for adults.

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  • Bwlch Y Person Barns - Beudy

    Dihewyd, nr. Aberaeron

    Grade
    6
    3
    1
    2
    Ref: OH2

    Bwlch Y Person Barns are beautiful conversions of traditions Welsh long barns. Located in a tranquil setting surrounded by rolling countryside, these wonderful properties boast character, charm and all the comforts for the perfect countryside holiday with a resident barn owl in the grounds. Close to the borders of both mid and south Wales, these properties provide perfect holiday accommodation. Cartws, (ref. OH3) Stabl (ref. OH4)and Beudy Bach(ref. OH5) form part of a row of cottages, whereas Beudy (ref. OH2)adjoins another property and is all on one level, all are ideally placed for exploring the dramatic Ceredigion coastline where bottlenose dolphins are often seen. The picturesque fishing town of Aberaeron is only six miles away. Llanerchaeron Trust Mansion is 4 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.

    Open-plan living/dining room with patio doors, wooden floors and well-equipped kitchen with tiled floor. Double bedroom with 5ft bed. Further double bedroom with 5ft bed and en-suite wet room with shower chair and toilet (suitable for disabled). Bunk bedroom (3ft beds, for +2 children). Bathroom with over-bath shower, toilet and Velux window.

    • Wheelchair access

    • Electricity, full gas central heating (underfloor on ground floor) included
    • Bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • CD
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Courtyard garden with patio and furniture
    • Barbecue
    • Parking (for 2 cars)
    • Cycle store
    • Recreational area with football posts and nets, picnic bench and table
    • Welcome pack
    • Pet free of charge
    • No smoking

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  • Penwern Fach Holiday Cottages - Towy

    Ponthirwuan, nr. Cardigan

    Grade
    6
    4
    1
    2
    Ref: OT5


    Nestled peacefully amongst the rolling countryside, with spectacular views over the picturesque Teifi Valley and rugged Preseli Hills of Pembrokeshire, these four traditional Welsh barns have been lovingly restored. These properties (refs OQ6, OT5, OT6 and OT7) make a perfect touring base for couples or families looking for a unique holiday experience. The former barns date back to the 18th century and have been sympathetically restored to retain all of their original charm and character. Welcoming touches have been added, including blazing wood-burning stoves for those cosy nights in. Sit back and relax in the beautiful grounds, or for the more active, enjoy the numerous leisure facilities Penwern Fach has to offer, including a golf practice, a football field, children’s play area and games room, a great distraction for inclement weather. There is also a building on-site that offers wi-fi and is shared between the cottages. A short distance away lies the charming village of Cenarth, which is famous for its salmon leaping, glistening waterfalls and the nearby country club which offers excellent facilities for guests to enjoy, including a bar, swimming pool and Jacuzzi (£3.30 pp per day), sauna and gym (discounted rates). The area itself has lots to offer, including fantastic walks along the nearby Preseli Hills, where visitors can discover the numerous trails and enchanted sites scattered along the rolling countryside. Conveniently located on the edge of the Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion borders, guests can explore the dramatic coastlines and discover the pretty coastal towns of Aberaeron, New Quay and Newport, offering a collection of seafood restaurants, boutique gift shops and unblemished beaches, where dolphins and seals can be spotted on a clear day! Away from the coast, the countryside is just as promising, and home to a number of historic sites and charming market towns dotted around the county, including Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan. Just a 45-minute drive away are the thrilling leisure parks of Tenby. Beach 6 miles. Shop and pub 1 mile.

    Spacious, beamed, open-plan living/dining room with wood-burning stove and tiled floor. Kitchen with tiled floor. Shower room with toilet. First floor: Two double bedrooms. Two single bedrooms. Bathroom with toilet.

    • Full gas central heating by £1 meter
    • Freeview TV
    • Radio/CD
    • Shared laundry room with washing machine
    • Shared payphone
    • Patio with furniture
    • Large, shared, lawned garden

    • Wood-burning stove - initial fuel included, thereafter available at cost
    • Electricity, bed linen included
    • Towel hire
    • Travel cot
    • High chair
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi (in shared internet café)
    • Shared 10-acre grounds
    • Barbecue
    • Ample parking
    • Cycle store
    • External games room with football table and pool table
    • Children’s play area
    • Football field
    • Golf (practice area)
    • No smoking
    • NB: Fenced pond in grounds

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  • Pentre Bach - Tŷ Pêl Droed (Football House)

    Blaenpennal, Aberystwyth

    Grade
    6
    3
    2
    1
    Ref: W42765


    Pentre Bach is the home of the well known Welsh children’s character ’Sali Mali’ and her friends, and this is where the TV series and books are based. Each of the 3 holiday cottages is themed and is the ’home’ of one of the characters from the stories. The name ’Pentre Bach’ means ’little village’ and has been created on the owner’s farm. This magical setting is a big hit with families with children, each cottage is decorated and furnished in keeping with the characters. W42763 is ’The Butterfly Hotel’ with pink painted walls and butterfly stencils. W42765 has a football theme and W42764 has unusual bric-a-brac and novelties. There is a gift shop on site (with wi-fi available), you can book a tea party for the children and order cakes or seasonal home grown produce can be delivered to your front door. The cottages (refs W42763, W42764 and W42765) have been awarded 4 stars by the Welsh Tourist Board since opening in 2005 and they may be booked individually or together. The area itself has lots to offer, including fantastic walks around the nearby Cambrian Mountains and Cors Caron Nature Reserve, which offer breathtaking views across the magnificent scenery, where buzzards and red kites soar high. The area is considered as a natural playground for ramblers, mountain bikers and climbers alike, with lots of Iron Age settlements dotted around the county. Away from the countryside, Ceredigion’s coast is just as promising, where the picturesque harbour towns of New Quay and Aberaeron offer irresistible restaurants, boutique shopping and unblemished beaches, where bottlenose dolphins and seals may be seen on a clear day! Pentre Bach is close to the coastal path and beaches of Cardigan Bay. If booked together for Xmas, New Year or group/family gatherings, the owner can offer use of the café for communal dining on request. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.

    Ground floor: Living room with French doors. Dining room/kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Separate toilet. Slate floors throughout. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 twin with additional single, 1 single. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Oil central heating included. Washer/dryer. Fridge/freezer. Patio with sitting-out area and furniture.

    All properties: Electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Freeview TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Dishwasher. Shared telephone-honesty box. 50 acres of shared farmland. Barbecue. Ample parking. Cycle store. External games room. Welcome pack. No smoking. NB: Stream in grounds.

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  • Llechwedd Mawr

    Talybont, nr. Aberystwyth

    Grade
    6
    3
    1
    2
    Ref: OQ2


    Lying in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains in Mid Wales, this unique detached stone cottage makes an unforgettable experience for a family or couples alike. The first record of Llechwedd Mawr dates back to 1587 when a farmer, Richard Morgan, rented the land. It was the traditional way back then to graze cattle through the summer and make butter and cheese to sell in the neighbouring villages. A survey of 1811 described the building as "a stone house with a slate cover in good repair and that with 983 acres the rent shall be £22 per annum."

    Over the following years the house saw many changes and occupants until the 1950s when it became inaccessible due to a hydro-electric dam being built, and it stood abandoned and isolated for many years until a road was made. The present owners purchased the land and cottage in the 1980s and it was used merely to store sheep food until its complete renovation in 2011 and then two years later it was transformed into the uniquely positioned and beautiful holiday home it is today.

    The owners have been appointed Ambassadors to the Cambrian Mountains, an initiative set up by HRH The Prince of Wales to recognise high quality tourism establishments that contribute to the sustainability of the region. They have also received the prestigious certificate from the World Hosts programme in the principles of customer service. You are assured a warm welcome or "Croeso Cynnes" as they say in Wales.

    There are mountain views from all windows and a scenic route leads you from the village of Talybont over the Nant-y-Moch Dam to Ponterwyd and Devil’s Bridge. On your approach to the cottage, ‘Pumlumon’ - the highest peak in the Cambrian Mountain range - will come into full view with its 760 square mile vastness of heather, forest, shimmering lakes and sourcing the mighty Severn and Wye rivers. This high country of compelling emptiness defies civilisation, providing a natural playground for ramblers, mountain bikers and bird watchers alike. If you can drag yourself away from the tranquillity of Llechwedd Mawr, the nearby charming towns of Aberystwyth, Machynlleth and Aberaeron are well worth a visit, offering traditional Welsh pubs, boutique shops and sandy beaches where dolphins and porpoises are often spotted on a clear day. Horse riding nearby. Shop, pub and restaurant, 8 miles.

    Open-plan living room with wood-burning stove and dining area with mountain views and tiled floor. Kitchen with tiled floor. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. First floor: Double bedroom with 5ft bed. Twin bedroom. Bunk bedroom. Shower room with toilet.

    • Wood-burning stove - fuel included
    • Electricity, gas, full gas central heating, bed linen, towels included
    • Travel cot
    • High chair
    • Freesat TV
    • DVD
    • Radio/CD
    • Microwave
    • Washing machine
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Enclosed patio, terrace and furniture
    • 760-acre natural, unspoilt uplands
    • Barbecue
    • Ample parking
    • Cycle store
    • Natural spring water supply
    • Welcome pack
    • Pet free of charge
    • No smoking
    • NB: Lakes, rivers in grounds. The access road to the property is suitable for high clearance vehicles or 4x4s. For families and couples only, the owner can provide use of a 4x4 vehicle (£100 per week), for access to and from the property if this facility is required. Please enquire for more details.

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  • Ger-y-Llan

    Nebo, Aberaeron, Ceredigion

    Grade
    6
    3
    0
    2
    Ref: OB5

    Ger-y-Llan (‘by the church’) is a beautiful converted adjoining holiday cottage near to the Cardigan Bay coastline. This is an ideal retreat or touring base for discovering the delights of Wales, being centrally located close to the beaches of North Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay. The Cambrian Mountains, Brecon Beacons and countless nature reserves are within easy driving distance. The setting is beautiful with unspoilt rolling hills which are wonderfully peaceful and yet have many hidden activities such as clay pigeon shooting, quad biking, pony trekking and golf courses should visitors wish to create an activity holiday. Shop and pub 11/2 miles.

    Spacious living room with double height ceiling. Large farmhouse-style kitchen/dining room with tiled floor. Twin bedroom. Shower room with toilet. First floor: Double bedroom. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with toilet.

    • Electricity, full oil central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Cot
    • High chair
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Radio/casette/CD
    • Microwave
    • Washing machine
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Large enclosed lawned garden with furniture
    • Barbecue
    • Ample parking
    • No smoking
    • Ground floor facilities

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  • Grofftau Cottages - Golygfa’r Mynydd

    Pontrhydfendigaid, nr. Tregaron

    Grade
    6
    4
    0
    2
    Ref: OY4

    The semi-detached barn conversions of Awel Y Mynydd (ref OY3) and Golygfar Mynydd (ref OY4), meaning Mountain Breeze and Mountain View respectively, have been lovingly created by the neighbouring owners to provide luxurious holiday accommodation in a wonderful setting on their working sheep farm, taking full advantage of the stunning views and total tranquillity of the rolling hills and Cambrian Mountains, where there is an abundance of wildlife and red kites. Featuring exposed stonework, beams, slate flooring, bespoke oak kitchens, luxury roll top baths and cosy wood-burning stoves, these holiday homes are a perfect base at any time of year. A warm Welsh welcome is assured by the owners, or ‘Croeso Cynnes’ as the locals say.
    About 1 mile away lies Strata Florida Abbey, the remains of a medieval Cistercian abbey, founded in 1164. The preserved ruins of its church and cloisters are open to visitors. Beside it are the burial grounds where celebrated Welsh poet and writer Dafydd ap Gwilym and several Welsh princes are buried. The village of Pontrhydfendigaid offers pubs serving meals and village shop for essentials. Nearby, historic Tregaron has an award-winning pub and restaurant, the Welsh Gold Centre renowned for handmade, Celtic-inspired jewellery, Welsh tea room and art exhibition, and is a ‘Walkers are Welcome’ town. The annual Bro Tregaron Walking Festival is held in May, and the town is also as a centre for horse trotting and carriage racing. Tregaron also holds festivals to honour Twm Sion Cati, who originated from the region and is celebrated as the ‘Robin Hood of Wales’. The town itself was a strategic point for drovers taking animals from west Wales to markets in England - they were driven overland through the Cambrian Mountains to markets in London and even as far as Kent. The Tregaron to Abergwesyn mountain road was originally the first stage of the drover’s route, now a stunning scenic drive.
    The Cambrian Mountains and Tywi Forest are a paradise for walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders, where trails lead to the Strata Florida Abbey, Cwm Doethie, Elan Valley, Llanddewi Brefi, Cors Caron, Soar-y-Mynydd and picturesque Llyn Brianne Reservoir, all renowned for their breathtaking views. Guided walks are available through the Cambrians including Hinterland walks, exploring the locations used in the well-known TV detective series. The wonderful Cors Caron Nature Reserve, set between Tregaron and Pontrhydfendigaid covers over 2,000 acres and comprises three raised bogs built up from deep layers of peat that have taken around 12,000 years to form. It is a wild landscape made accessible by a network of boardwalks that enable visitors to get right into the heart of varied habitats, with over 170 species of birds having been recorded. Within walking distance are the remote lakes of Teifi Pools - Llyn Egnant, Llyn Hir and Llyn Teifi surrounded by open moorland; the lakes are renowned for their quality brown trout, and angling permits are available locally. Within ½ mile lies an ancient holy healing well connected with medieval religious foundations and miraculous healing powers. For walkers, the 21-mile Ystwyth Trail follows some parts of the old Great Western Railway line, connecting Aberystwyth with Tregaron, and Lampeter with Devils Bridge. Within an easy drive is the Ceredigion Heritage coastline with its coastal path and golden beaches, or enjoy dolphin watching, boat trips and visiting colourful seaside towns and villages such as Aberaeron, New Quay and Aberystwyth.
    After a day exploring this magical area, the serene environment makes the perfect place in which to relax and unwind. Beach 17 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2¾ miles.

    Two steps or ramp to entrance with stable door. Spacious open-plan living room with wood-burning stove and handmade, farmhouse-style kitchen area. Slate floors throughout. Step up to single bedroom. First floor: Two beamed double bedrooms, each with 5ft bed. Single bedroom. All bedrooms with oak floor. Bathroom with freestanding roll-top bath, toilet. Shower room with toilet.

    • 32" Freeview TV
    • Ample parking

    • Wood-burning stove - initial fuel included, thereafter available at cost
    • Electricity, full oil central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Washing machine
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Slate terrace at front
    • Shared rear courtyard with furniture
    • Barbecue
    • Shared cycle store
    • Natural water supply from spring
    • Welcome pack
    • No smoking

    Note: Awel Y Mynydd (ref OY3) and Golygfa’r Myndd (ref OY4) may be booked together to accommodate up to 10 people

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  • LLanina Cottage

    Llanarth near New Quay

    Grade
    6
    3
    1
    1
    Ref: CC621052
    Llanina Cottage lies in the convenient location of Llanarth on the main A487 coast road between the seaside towns of Aberystwyth and Cardigan. This comfortable holiday home, offering separate living and dining space and a small enclosed garden to enjoy a barbecue, is a really convenient base for exploring all that this wonderful part of Wales has to offer. Also on the doorstep are a handy shop and garage, and the pub and restaurant. The beautiful long sandy beach of Cei Bach is just two miles away. Visit the pretty seaside town of New Quay, a mile further on (at very low tide you can walk along the beach and into the town), with a good selection of shops, cafés and restaurants, and where you can enjoy boat trips or spotting dolphins from the harbour wall whilst enjoying fish and chips or an ice cream. New Quay and the area was such an inspiration to poet Dylan Thomas when he lived here, and it’s easy to see why.
    Ceredigion is one of Wales most popular holiday areas. Named after Prince Ceredig, Ceredigion is sheltered from the east by the Cambrian Mountains and stretches to the shores of Cardigan Bay. If walking is what you’re after, this vast sweeping crescent of bay forms a very special part of the Wales Coast Path. The sixty miles of path has the most varied landscape and spectacular views and is never busy or overrun with tourists. Visit the sandy coves of Llangrannog, Cwmtydu, Tresaith and Penbryn and take a break at the many pubs and cafés along the way; many of the beaches are dog friendly all year round. The seaside towns of Aberystwyth, Aberaeron and Cardigan are all within easy reach and well worth a visit with iconic harbours and castles.

    Ground Floor: The property has gas central heating and comprises:
    Lounge: Spacious with laminate floor, electric coal-effect fire and 32" Freeview TV.
    Dining room: Spacious with tiled floor.
    Kitchen: With tiled floor, gas cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
    Bedroom 1: With king size bed.
    Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
    Bathroom: With shower over bath and WC.

    First Floor: Bedroom 3: With king size bed.

    All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. Wi-Fi.

    Enclosed lawned garden with patio, sitting-out area and furniture. BBQ. Parking (3 cars). No smoking.

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  • Rwgan

    Blaencelyn, nr. Llangrannog

    Grade
    6
    4
    3
    2
    Ref: JZY

    Two miles from Llangrannog’s sandy beaches, on the cleanest coast in Britain, this comfortable traditionally furnished farmhouse is set in its own gardens surrounded by unspoilt pastureland. Llangrannog offers a small slipway, a village shop, cafes and a pub/restaurant, along with a dry ski slope, whilst the popular harbour town of New Quay has sailing and fishing trips. The market town of Cardigan has an indoor swimming pool, a sports centre, a skateboard park, art galleries and a theatre/cinema complex. There are two coastal golf courses nearby. The Crown Inn (2 miles) is a noted country traditional pub serving good food and the Harbourmaster in Aberaeron (10 miles) offers award-winning cuisine. Village shop 1 mile.

    Comfortable living room. Dining room with rugs on oak floor. Both rooms have bay windows with fitted seats. Well-equipped kitchen. Shower room with toilet. Entrance Lobby. Pantry. Two staircases to first floor: Study. Double bedroom and twin bedroom, both with rugs on wooden floor. Two single bedrooms. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Electricity, oil central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Cot
    • High chair
    • TV
    • DVD
    • Stereo/CD
    • Microwave
    • Washing machine
    • Tumble dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Telephone (honesty box)
    • Garden
    • Parking

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  • Glennydd

    Bronant, nr. Aberystwyth

    Grade
    6
    3
    0
    2
    Ref: 26708


    Glynnedd is a beautifully presented and spacious dormer bungalow, with a high standard of comfort, set within the peaceful village of Bronant. You are assured of a warm Welsh welcome by the owners, or “Croeso Cynnes” as they say in Wales. The house is perfect for anyone needing a ground floor bedroom and bathroom, and an access ramp is also available in the property. Its enclosed garden has country views, including the stunning Cambrian Mountains, and is ideally situated to provide an excellent touring base from which to explore Cardigan Bay, the Heritage Coastline and the wonderful county of Ceredigon.
    The rural surroundings of this holiday cottage really are an undiscovered gem. The sparsely populated county of Ceredigon offers roads that are untroubled by traffic, footpaths and bridleways that can often be explored without coming across another person. The terrain is excellent for cycling (on or off-road), motorbike and motor touring, walking, birdwatching, fishing and horse riding. If you like to explore the culture and history of the area, you can visit ancient churches, the ruined Cistercian Abbey of Strata Florida and Wales’ most remote chapel in the hills, Soar Y Mynydd. The Tregaron to Abergwesyn mountain road is well-worth driving as it offers wide open vistas of remote mountains and moorland. A world away from the bustling cities and hectic motorways, this is probably the greatest wilderness in southern Britain.
    Just 6 miles away is the delightful town of Tregaron, steeped in history and famous for being a gathering place for the drovers who, before the advent of rail transport, herded large numbers of cattle, sheep and even geese, hundreds of miles to the markets of south east England. Today, the very small town still has a friendly atmosphere and boasts independent shops and an award-winning bar and restaurant. From here you can also visit the Cors Caron Nature Reserve, the largest raised bog in Britain with boardwalks winding through it.
    Within half an hour’s drive you can visit the picturesque and colourful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron, the seaside resort of Aberystwyth, with its long promenade and pier, the longest electric cliff railway in Britain, running since 1896, and the Rheidol steam railway. Visit Rhiannon’s Welsh Gold, Red Kite Centre, and the waterfalls at Devil’s Bridge. A 45 minute drive will bring you to New Quay, a quaint fishing town with lovely beaches and famous for its seafood restaurants and boat rides. Shop, pub and restaurant 1/4 mile.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining room/kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Shower room with toilet.

    Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Payphone. Freesat TV. DVD. CD and small library. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed courtyard garden with sitting-out area and furniture. Cycle store. Parking (2 cars). Welcome pack. No smoking.

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  • Cefnllaethdre - The Granary

    Glynarthen, nr. Cardigan

    Grade
    6
    3
    3
    1
    Ref: OSC


    Situated just 5 minutes from Cardigan Bay and within easy reach ot the whole of the beautiful Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire coastline and coastal walks, these three converted stone holiday cottages (refs OSB, OSC and OSC) are peacefully set on a farm with a selection of alpacas, donkeys, llamas, goats, ducks and chickens. The owners who live on the farm, which is set in 57 acres of rolling countryside, encourage the children to interact with the animals, and are also pleased to offer the use of a barbecue hut nicknamed the ‘Hobbit House’ by the family. Guests can hire it during their stay directly with the owners, subject to availability and for a small charge. The owner can also supply their own barbecue meat packs on request (charge payable). Within a 15-minute drive visitors can discover quaint New Quay, famous for the bottlenose dolphins that can often be seen from the harbour (boat trips available in season). The colourful, Georgian, harbour town of Aberaeron is just a bit further up the coast road, with its chic shops and plenty of restaurants. Antique shoppers and browsers will enjoy the nearby market town of Newcastle Emlyn, and Cenarth with its waterfalls is also close by and offers indoor swimming, coracle rides, fishing and paintballing. There are numerous attractions in the area, particularly suitable for children. Nearby is the Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, which is set on a headland overlooking the nature reserve of Cardigan Island, home to thousands of sea birds. At the foot of the cliffs, a colony of Atlantic grey seals can be observed in their natural habitat. Spectacular coastline and wonderful views can be savoured from the NT-managed Penbryn Bay and a visit to NT Cilgerran Castle can also be enjoyed. Only the ruins remain of this striking 13th-century castle, whose vantage point overlooks the wonderful Teifi Gorge. Also nearby is the town of Cardigan with its restored medieval castle. The Teifi Valley Railway is another experience for the visitor, a 2 mile journey offers wonderful views of the valley and countryside. Golf and horse riding can also be found locally. Shops 1 mile.

    Spacious living room with wood-burning stove, rugs on tiled floor and French door to patio. Modern fitted kitchen/dining room. Double bedroom. Separate toilet. First floor: Two twin bedrooms, each with sloping ceilings. Shower room and toilet.

    • Wood-burning stove - initial fuel included, thereafter available locally
    • Dishwasher
    • Patio area

    • Electricity, full oil central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • TV
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • 57 acres of farmland grounds
    • Barbecue hut
    • Ample parking
    • Natural spring water supply
    • No smoking
    • NB: Fenced pond in grounds

    Note: The Stables OSB, The Granary OSC and The Cottage OSD can be booked together to sleep up to 12 people.

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