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Cardigan/Ceredigion

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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  • Gerlan

    Tregaron

    Grade
    3
    2
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    Ref: UK6081
    Gerlan is a quaint town cottage built around 1866 sometime after the railway arrived in Tregaron. Tregaron was once a very strategic point for taking animals from the farms in West Wales to markets in England. Before the railways, it is said around 30,000 animals were escorted overland on drovers’ roads through the Cambrian Mountains. The trading importance of the town was such that it even had its own ’Black Sheep Aberystwyth and Tregaron Bank’, and the number of black sheep engraved on the bank notes issued indicated the number of pounds value.

    The Cambrian Mountains are one of the few remote areas left in southern Britain, and Tregaron lies close to this wild open wilderness. Although there are only few roads across the mountains they are acknowledged as some of the most scenic routes in Britain and walkers and cyclists revel in the peaceful solitude.

    The current owners of Gerlan have lovingly restored the property so that it now provides the perfect base to discover this wonderful part of Wales. The ground floor has a country kitchen leading into a spacious living and dining room, and an attractive stone fireplace with a wood burning stove so that you can be cosy year round. A ground floor bathroom and two first floor bedrooms complete this quaint cottage.

    Today, historic Tregaron is a ’Walkers are Welcome’ town, and the annual walking festival held in May is a firm favourite on the walking calendar. Competitors and visitors come from all over the UK and Ireland for the annual horse trotting and carriage racing too. It is also the home of the Welsh Gold Centre, selling Celtic inspired designs.

    The town is small and has a friendly village atmosphere. A short stroll will bring you to independent shops, and on the square, the award winning pub and restaurant, the renowned Talbot Hotel. Also standing proudly on the square is a wood carving depicting Twm Siôn Cati, the legendary 17th-century ’Robin Hood of Wales’ who is said to have used his wit and bravery to outsmart gentry and crooks alike.

    Cors Caron, or Tregaron Bog as it is also known, is the largest raised bog in Britain and lies just outside the town. It is a peat bog of international importance and a nature reserve since 1955. It provides a habitat to very rare flora and fauna and is fantastic for wildlife spotting, including buzzards, peregrine falcons, harriers and iconic red kites.

    The beautiful Ceredigion coastline can be reached within 30 minutes drive and offers lovely beaches (many dog friendly year round), and interesting towns and villages to visit. The university town of Aberystwyth has a historic castle, long promenade and pier, plus it is home to one of Wales’ most picturesque steam train journeys through the valley over to Devil’s Bridge. Georgian harbour town Aberaeron, and quaint fishing town of New Quay, are also great places to go for restaurants, shops, boat rides and dolphin spotting.

    Gerlan sits across a private no-through lane from property reference UK6062 Hen Efail, and they can be booked together to accommodate larger parties. Shop, pub and restaurant 200 yards.

    Ground Floor: 1 step to entrance.
    Living/dining room: With wood burner, 32" Freeview TV and tiled floor.
    Snug.
    Kitchen: Farmhouse style with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tiled floor.
    Bathroom: With shower over corner bath, toilet and heated towel rail.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed.
    Bedroom 2: With single bed.

    Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included.

    Sitting-out area with garden furniture. On road parking. No smoking.

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  • Gerlan

    Aberbanc near Newcastle Emlyn

    Grade
    3
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: CC621047
    Gerlan is a traditional, terraced Welsh cottage full of characterful features such as beams, exposed stone walls and a cosy wood burner to curl up in front of. Just 20 yards from the property you will find a covered seating area, ideal for enjoying a drink or barbecue whilst listening to the sound of the river below. The cottage, in the hamlet of Aberbanc, is just a few miles from the interesting market town of Newcastle Emlyn with a wide choice of shopping and eateries and is fast becoming the place to go for those browsing for antiques. Gerlan is also the perfect base for discovering all that the dramatic west Wales coastline has to offer and many wonderful cycle routes and walks are available, both coastal and inland including the coastal path walks. The pretty cove of Llangrannog with its beach side pubs, restaurants and cafes is worth discovering and within very easy reach is the picturesque coastal town of New Quay, once the home to Dylan Thomas and where you can wander round the quaint streets visiting the appealing shops. Here you will also find plenty of cafes and eateries, and sitting on the stone harbour wall with fish and chips or ice cream, looking out for the frequent visiting Bottlenose dolphins is a past-time not to be missed! Dolphin, wildlife watching and fishing boat trips are available in season.

    The area has a wealth of attractions to offer all year round, including several sandy (and dog friendly!) beaches, and charming towns within easy reach, such as Aberaeron with its Georgian harbour and coloured houses, and a peaceful walk that leads to the National Trust property of Llanerchaeron, a rare example of an 18th Century Welsh gentry estate, Cardigan with its castle, and the interesting town of Aberystwyth with its 1¼ mile long promenade, and from where you can take the steam railway into the mountains to Devil’s Bridge. A half hour drive will bring you to the falls at Cenarth where you can watch the trout and salmon swim in the crystal clear waters or visit the Coracle Museum. After a busy day exploring the area, the local gastro pub is just a mile away and offers a welcoming retreat.

    Ground Floor: The property has two steps to the entrance, Economy 7 heating and comprises:
    Tiled open plan living space.
    Lounge area: With wood burner and 21" Freeview TV.
    Dining area.
    Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave and fridge with ice box.
    Two steps down to...
    Utility room: With washing machine.
    Shower room: With shower and WC.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed.
    Bedroom 2: Small with single bed.

    All electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner provided. Wi-Fi.

    Covered terrace with furniture. BBQ. Parking (1 car). No smoking. NB: Unfenced river in grounds. Multiple steps to terrace. Cottage situated on a sharp bend.

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  • Ffynnonmeredydd Cottages - Gwel-Y-Llyn

    Mydroilyn, nr. Aberaeron

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: OZX

    Tan Y Dderwen (Under The Oak, ref OZV), Beudy Bach (Little Cowshed, ref OZW) and Gwel-Y-Llyn (Lake View, ref OZX) are beautiful conversions of traditional Welsh long barns whilst The Farmhouse, (ref OYV) is a bespoke, extremely spacious holiday property furnished to the highest of standards.
    Located in a tranquil setting surrounded by rolling countryside, these wonderful family holiday properties boast character and all the comforts for the perfect countryside holiday.
    Close to the borders of both mid and south Wales, the properties provide perfect accommodation 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 with shops and its large harbour encased by pastel-shaded Georgian houses. A short drive inland leads to the rural and traditional towns of Lampeter and Tregaron, where the Welsh language is mostly used by the locals. Tregaron feels almost untouched by the 21st century and is a bastion of the Welsh language and culture. The river running through the town centre leads to Cors Caron, a national nature reserve of peat bog which is one of the most impressive wildlife areas in Wales; home to rare marsh grasses, black adders, buzzards and even the occasional red kite. A perfect opportunity to discover the real Wales. Shops 3 miles, pub in village.

    Large living/dining room with French doors, lake view and wooden floor. Kitchen with tiled floor. Double bedroom. Twin bedroom. Shower room with toilet.

    • Full electricity rads included
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Dishwasher
    • Patio with furniture

    • Electricity, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot
    • Stereo/CD
    • Microwave
    • Washing machine
    • Fridge/freezer
    • 24-acre shared grounds
    • Barbecue
    • Ample parking
    • Shared tennis court
    • Shared children’s play area
    • No smoking
    • Ground floor facilities
    • NB: Three fenced lakes in grounds

    Note: Properties The Farmhouse (ref OYV), Tan Y Dderwen (ref OZV), Beudy Bach (ref OZW) and Gwel-Y-Llyn (ref OZX) can be booked together to accommodate larger groups or families holidaying together

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  • Ty Christian

    Caerwedros, nr. New Quay

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: JAK

    Within 3 miles of Cwm Tydu’s shingle cove and the National Trust Coastal Path, and only 5 miles from the harbour town of New Quay, this comfortable, detached stone cottage has its own secure garden and enjoys a beautifully rural setting. Dating from the early 1800s, its exposed stone walls and beams help to retain its traditional atmosphere. New Quay boasts a sandy beach with slipway, sailing, water-skiing, wind-surfing, tennis and boat trips for fishing or watching the dolphins offshore. Good village pub/restaurant 1½ miles. Aberaeron 11 miles. Cardigan 16 miles. Shops 2 miles.

    Living room with wood-burning stove set in stone inglenook fireplace. Kitchen with dining area. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Three steps up to double bedroom and single bedroom. Narrow, open-tread stairs to gallery area with futon bed (for +1).

    • Wood-burning stove – fuel included
    • Electricity, ‘Econ 7’ NSH, bed linen and towels included
    • Futon bed (for +1)
    • Travel cot
    • High chair
    • TV
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Wi-fi
    • Telephone (honesty box)
    • Garden with furniture
    • Barbecue
    • Parking
    • Pet free of charge

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  • Beudy Llyswen

    Aberaeron

    Grade
    4
    2
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    2
    Ref: UK6030
    Beudy Llyswen has been converted from the cowshed and barn, (Beudy means cowshed in Welsh), and is now a well appointed holiday home, close to the owner’s home. Situated down a narrow lane 150 yards from the main road, it lies in a tranquil location with a rural feel, but is only 10 minutes’ walk to the centre of Aberaeron if you take a short cut over a field. If you walk up to the main road you have a 15 minute walk on the pavement all the way to the centre of town. At the top of the lane there is a bus stop with an hourly service fro the 2 minute journey into the town centre. Aberaeron with its picturesque harbour and pleasant riverside walk, is often referred to as ’the jewel in Ceredigion’s crown’. This is a haven for wild flowers and wildlife with 5 acres of hay meadows where guests can walk freely; there is even a tennis court so bring your rackets. Direct access over a footbridge will bring you onto the path and cycle track leading to the National Trust Llanerchaeron Estate, an elegant Georgian villa designed by John Nash, set in the wooded Aeron valley. From the conservatory you can relax with a coffee and enjoy the lovely view and you may see many of the frequent visitors including ducks, pheasants, grey wagtails, marsh tits and majestic red kites overhead. You can also see dippers on the river, where, if fishing is your hobby, the owners have two rod licences to fish on their own stretch. To the rear of the property there is patio and lawned garden to enjoy, with direct access from the French doors leading from the dining room. Inside the cottage is comfortably furnished and both bedrooms offer en-suite facilities.
    The harbour town of Aberaeron has rows of colourful painted Georgian houses clustered around the stone harbour which is the focal point of the town. Here you will find an array of independent shops and a selection of places to eat and drink, from pubs and cafes to bistros and restaurants, and of course fish and chips and the famous honey ice cream. Aberaeron hosts a series of events during the season, Festival of Welsh Ponies and Cobs, the Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival, Aberaeron Regatta, Beer & Wine Festival, Tug of War across the harbour, Rugby 7’s, Carnival and a Mackerel Festival. From the town you can also join the unspoilt Ceredigion Coastal Path offering excellent walking opportunities taking you over cliffs and through ancient woodland and connecting all the local beaches.
    Delightful New Quay is a few miles away with picturesque houses, pubs and restaurants, the town clings to the sides of the hills rising above the blue waters of Cardigan Bay. Often bottlenose dolphins can be spotted and in season dolphin survey boat trips are available from the sheltered harbour, or you can just enjoy the sandy beach. Within easy reach are the ancient towns of Cardigan with its castle, or Aberystwyth with a promenade, pier and the world’s longest working electric cliff railway.

    Ground Floor: The property has 2 steps to entrance, Economy 7 heating and comprises:
    Lounge: Spacious with electric wood burner, 39" Freeview TV and DVD player.
    Kitchen/dining room: With wood and tiled floor, electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and French doors to patio.
    Conservatory:
    Cloakroom: With WC.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With zip and link twin beds (which can be made to kingsize - please advise when booking), dormer window, Velux window and en-suite with shower, Velux window and WC.
    Bedroom 2: With double bed, dormer window and dressing area leading to en-suite with shower over bath, Velux window and WC.

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

    Lawned garden with patio and furniture. Shared tennis court. Cycle store. Parking (3 cars). No smoking. NB: Five steps in garden. Partially fenced stream in grounds 8 yards.

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  • Ddol Cottage

    Plwmp near Llangrannog

    Grade
    4
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: CC621046
    Dating back to the 1850s and once a cow shed and dairy, Ddol Cottage is now a homely, semi-detached stone cottage with a cosy wood burner and lovely open views. Situated next door to the owners’ home, this delightful holiday cottage is in a beautiful rural setting and is conveniently located for the attractive towns and villages of Ceredigion’s Heritage Coast; there are glimpses of the sea from your own enclosed cottage garden. The owners are also happy for you to visit the resident donkeys in the neighbouring paddock (children to be supervised).

    This is the perfect base for discovering all that the dramatic west Wales coastline has to offer. There are many wonderful cycle routes and walks available, both coastal and inland. The pretty cove of Llangrannog with its beachside pubs, restaurants and cafes is just over three miles away, and within easy reach is the picturesque coastal town of New Quay, once the home to Dylan Thomas. Wander around the quaint streets visiting the appealing shops, cafes and eateries, or sit on the harbour wall with fish and chips or an ice cream, looking out for the frequent visiting bottlenose dolphins. Dolphin and wildlife watching, fishing and boat trips are all available in season.

    The area has a wealth of attractions to offer year-round, including several sandy beaches. Tresaith, Penbryn and Mwnt are to name a few, and charming towns are within easy reach including Aberaeron with its Georgian harbour, coloured houses and a peaceful walk that leads to the National Trust property of Llanerchaeron, a rare example of an 18th-century Welsh gentry estate. Visit Cardigan with its castle and the interesting town of Aberystwyth with its promenade. From here you can take the steam train in to the mountains to Devils Bridge. Just a few miles inland there are the falls at Cenarth, where you can watch the trout and salmon swim in the crystal clear waters, or visit the Coracle Museum.

    Ground Floor: The property is all on the ground floor, has oil central heating and comprises:
    Open plan living space.
    Lounge area: With wood burner, 32" Freeview TV and DVD player.
    Dining area.
    One step to...
    Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave and fridge.
    Bedroom 1: With double bed.
    Bedroom 2: With 2ft 6in twin beds.
    One step to...
    Shower room: With shower and WC.

    All oil, electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner provided, remainder at cost. Access to washing machine and freezer. Wi-Fi. Welcome pack.

    Enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture. Ample parking. No smoking.

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  • Bwlch Y Person Barns - Beudy Bach

    Dihewyd, nr. Aberaeron

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: OH5

    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 electric living-flame, wall mounted fire and wooden floor. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Double bedroom with 5ft bed. First floor: Galleried twin bedroom (for +2).

    • Electric living-flame fire included
    • 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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  • Bryn Carnedd - The Granary

    Aberystwyth

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    2
    Ref: W42356

    Peaceful location

    Set in an ideal location, just outside the west Wales town of Aberystwyth Cardigan Bay, these two holiday properties (ref W42354 & W42356) are part of a cluster of ten and enjoy the best of both worlds, being within walking distance of the local shops yet far enough away from the hustle and bustle of town life to provide a relaxing and peaceful setting for your holiday. Once an important dairy farm in the area providing milk to Aberystwyth and the local area, it has since enjoyed a new lease of life having been sympathetically converted to a very good standard. Aberystwyth and Clarach Bay, with country foot paths to both, 1 mile. The land is now being farmed under Tir Gofal a pioneering Welsh agri-environmental scheme, which encourages sustainable farming, in a way that cares for the wildlife, historical and cultural features on the land. Ideally located as a touring base for all of Wales benefiting from its central location. Shops, pubs and restaurants 1 mile.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double with en-suite bathroom with shower over Jacuzzi bath and toilet, 1 twin with small en-suite shower room with toilet.

    Underfloor central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Freeview TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Shared laundry room. Dishwasher. Freezer. Fridge/freezer. Shared patio with terrace, sitting-out area and furniture. Ample parking.

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  • Bwthyn Gwyn

    Ciliau Aeron, nr. Lampeter

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: W42509

    Peaceful touring base

    A semi-detached, deceptively spacious, single-storey holiday accommodation located in an area with similar privately owned properties. Situated close to the River Aeron and in a central location for touring Cardigan Bay and the western coastline. Decorated to a good standard, with all modern facilities, it offers a country retreat for a small family or a couple. Enjoy the scenery of the Cardigan Coast and beautiful beaches in the area, where dolphins and porpoises are often spotted. The town of Aberaeron is less than 10 minutes away with shops. New Quay, Aberporth, Aberystwyth and Llangrannog are within easy driving. A short drive inland leads to Lampeter and Tregaron, where the Welsh language is mostly used by locals. Shops 2 miles, pub 4 miles and restaurant 100 yards.

    All on ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen/conservatory. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Electric central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Freesat TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Enclosed lawned garden, decking with sitting-out area and furniture. Mobile barbecue. Parking (3 cars).

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  • Glynarthen Cottage

    Glynarthen, nr. Cardigan

    Grade
    4
    2
    3
    1
    Ref: 29341


    Lying peacefully in a rural location, adjoining the owners’ home, this extremely spacious holiday cottage makes an excellent touring base for a family or a couple looking to explore west Wales. Conveniently located down a quiet country lane, the area has lots to offer, including fantastic walks along the dramatic Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion coastal paths, perfect for exploring horseshoe coves, unblemished beaches and iconic Iron Age settlements. Visit the picturesque harbour villages of New Quay and Aberaeron, which are rich with seafood restaurants, boutique gift shops and sandy beaches where bottlenose dolphins may be spotted on a clear day. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.

    Ground floor: Living room with beams. Dining room/kitchen. Separate toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double (5ft), 1 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Woodburner in living room included. Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Freeview TV. DVD. Stereo/CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washer/dryer. Dishwasher. Freezer. Wi-fi. Large, enclosed, lawned garden with patio, sitting-out area and furniture. Barbecue. Parking (2 cars). Cycle store. Welcome pack. No smoking.

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  • Cliff Railway Apartment

    Aberystwyth

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: CC621043
    Why not experience something truly unique for a short break or a longer stay? Cliff Railway Apartment is located above the station and ticket office at the base of the longest funicular electric cliff railway in Britain, which has been transporting visitors to the summit since opening in 1896. Situated at the northern end of Aberystwyth promenade, the apartment boasts very comfortable accommodation with sea views from the kitchen and direct views over the railway from the bedrooms. Guests are offered free passes on the railway for the duration of their stay (please note there are reduced operating days and times from November to mid March).

    The Aberystwyth Cliff Railway operated on a water balance system until electrification in 1921. Today the carriages are hauled to the summit at a stately four miles per hour, and travel majestically to the summit of Constitution Hill, rising dramatically from the sea, providing spectacular and uninterrupted views of the town, Cardigan Bay, and on a clear day, 26 mountain peaks spanning much of the length of Wales. Once at the summit visitors can experience the views afforded by the one of the world’s largest camera obscuras, which offers a bird’s eye view of 1000 square miles of land and seascape. There are also fascinating historical displays, a kids play area, a well-stocked gift shop, and a cafe selling delicious meals, homemade snacks and cakes. The café itself was used for filming during the popular TV detective series "Hinterland" as were many locations around Aberystwyth.

    Just a short stroll from the apartment is the beach and promenade, lined with Victorian buildings and leading to the pier. There are plenty of opportunities for shopping and a wide choice of places to eat in this university town, as well as castle ruins, the harbour, the National Library of Wales with a visitor centre, and Aberystwyth Arts Centre, a bustling entertainment venue. The surrounding hills hold the visible remains of an iron age fort and also a monument to Wellington and, once climbed offer stunning views of Cardigan Bay. Also not to be missed is a trip on the lovely Vale of Rheidol steam train, departing from Aberystwyth and travelling through the stunning Welsh countryside to the beautiful Devil’s Bridge waterfalls.

    Within very easy reach of Aberystwyth, there are golden sandy beaches, colourful seaside towns and villages, and places to explore such as the Ynyslas National Nature Reserve dominated by a sand dune landscape and home to an array of rare plants, wading birds and wildlife, including colourful orchids early in the summertime. With views inland and across the estuary to Aberdyfi, it is a great spot for walking or relaxing with boardwalks and trails through the dunes. Bwlch Nant-yr-Arian Forest Centre is a large woodland site with a host of activities including walks, cycle trails and red kite feeding with a shop and information centre. The peaceful wooded and landscaped Hafod Estate in the Ystwyth Valley has a variety of waymarked walks.

    First Floor: The property has 12 steps to the entrance, is all on the first floor, has Economy 7 heating and comprises:
    Lounge/dining room: With wooden floor, electric fire, 40" Freeview TV, DVD player and iPod dock.
    Kitchen: With tiled floor, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and sea views.
    Bedroom 1: With double bed and views over the funicular railway.
    Bedroom 2: With twin beds and views over the funicular railway.
    Shower room: With shower, WC and heated towel rail.

    All electric, bed linen and towels included. Highchair and stairgate available on request. Wi-Fi. Welcome pack, including complimentary electric cliff railway passes for all guests.

    Parking (1 car). No smoking. NB: Property directly above the ticket office, trains run from 10am to 6pm in season.

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  • Canary House

    Llandysul

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: UK6052
    Canary House is a stone-built house dating back to the late 19th century and was once part of an old department store in the small Teifi Valley town of Llandysul. Today Canary House has been well arranged to provide two bedrooms, a living room with an original oak beam and a lovely large dining room/conservatory which overlooks the courtyard.

    The town of Llandysul is ideally situated and at the centre of so many places to visit in west Wales. The town, more like a large village, is steeped in history and here you can find a small selection of shops, cafés and pubs, as well as a delightful walk leading from the 13th century church through the park running alongside the River Teifi. The renowned Llandysul Paddlers outdoor pursuit centre in the town, offers a variety of activities and is a centre for excellence for Canoe Wales. You can fish on the River Teifi and licences are available from the local hotel. There’s a weekly WI country market selling local produce and home baked goods and there’s a leisure centre with an indoor swimming pool. Further afield, are the interesting market towns of Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan, and the larger towns of Carmarthen and Lampeter are all within easy reach.

    A drive of about 20 minutes will bring you to Cardigan Bay, one of the most spectacular coastlines in Britain. Many beaches are dog friendly year round, ideal if you are bringing your family pet on holiday. Visit delightful New Quay; with picturesque houses, pubs and restaurants, the town clings to the sides of the hills rising above the blue waters of Cardigan Bay. Often bottlenose dolphins can be spotted and in season, dolphin survey boat trips are available from the sheltered harbour or you can just enjoy the sandy beach, have an ice cream and watch the boats bobbing about.

    A little further up the coast, the rows of colourful painted Georgian houses in Aberaeron cluster around the stone harbour which is the focal point of the town. Here you will find an array of stylish independent shops and a huge selection of places to eat and drink, from pubs and cafés to high class bistros and restaurants and, of course, fish and chips and the famous honey ice cream. Aberaeron hosts a series of events during the season, including the Festival of Welsh Ponies and Cobs, the Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival, and Mackerel Festival.

    With award winning beaches and iconic harbours, delightful towns and villages framed by the Cambrian Mountains, Ceredigion is a wonderful place to visit, so why not make Canary House your choice for your holiday, be it a short break or a longer stay? Beach 14 miles. Shop 150 yards, pub and restaurant 200 yards.

    Ground Floor: 5 steps to the entrance.
    Living room: With gas coal-effect fire, 40" Freesat TV, oak beam and leading to...
    Dining room/conservatory: With French doors to courtyard.
    Kitchen: With breakfast area, electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and tiled floor.
    Utility/cloakroom: With washing machine, tumble dryer and toilet.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed.
    Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
    Bathroom: With shower over bath, toilet and heated towel rail.

    Electric convector heaters (underfloor central heating in conservatory), electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair.

    Enclosed courtyard with garden furniture. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: There are 5 steps to the courtyard.

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