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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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  • Penwern Fach Holiday Cottages - Cych

    Ponthirwaun, nr. Cardigan

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: OT6


    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.

    Large, beamed, open-plan living/dining room with wood-burning stove and kitchen area with tiled floor. Separate toilet. First floor: Double bedroom. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with shower attachment and toilet.

    • Full gas central heating included
    • 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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  • The Glen

    Pontrhydygroes, Devils Bridge

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: W3318

    Woodland setting

    The Glen is a detached traditional stone holiday cottage ideally situated in the Ystwyth Forest on the historic Hafod Estate. Wonderful scenic walks highlight the river, waterfalls, local views, renowned birdlife making it the perfect holiday location in which to relax. Devil’s Bridge is 3 miles away with its historic bridges, narrow gauge railway and spectacular waterfalls. With many other attractions - mines, museums, quad biking, golf and nature reserves. Cardigan Bay’s beautiful beaches are 20 miles away. This is an ideal location for enjoying the local beauty or touring during your holiday. Shop and pubs with food 3 miles.

    All on ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with beams. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Shower room. Separate toilet.

    Multifuel burner in living room (initial fuel included). Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Cot. High chair. No TV reception. Electric cooker. Microwave.Telephone-incoming calls only. Patio and furniture. Portable barbecue. Parking (2 cars). Natural water supply from borehole.

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  • Maes Glas

    Ciliau Aeron near Aberaeron

    Grade
    4
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: CC621045
    Maes Glas is a comfortable, two-bedroom, semi-detached holiday cottage located on a private estate comprising similar properties in the rural village of Ciliau Aeron, and less than five miles from the picturesque and colourful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron. This light and airy cottage, all on one level, has an open-plan living space with a dining conservatory and delightful open views, as well as a decked terrace with a barbecue and space for al fresco dining. Just a short stroll across the grounds of the estate will bring you to a neighbouring hotel with a bar and restaurant and a takeaway service in season.
    Aberaeron has an illustrious history; it was once a major trading port in west Wales and many of the colourfully painted houses were once owned by sea captains. Today the town is referred to as the ‘jewel of Cardigan Bay’, priding itself in lively festivals, exhibitions, events and sporting tournaments. There is varied shopping and a wealth of cafés, pubs and restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets. Plenty of wonderful cycle routes and walks are available, both coastal and inland, including nearby Tyglyn Woodland Walk and the peaceful route that leads to the National Trust property of Llanerchaeron, a rare example of an 18th-century Welsh gentry estate. After a day exploring the wonderful sights the area has to offer, what better way to relax and chill out than by sitting at the appealing harbour, watching the spectacular sunset over Cardigan Bay and enjoying some local Welsh honey ice cream? With the Heritage coast of Ceredigion available to you, this area is the perfect base for discovering all that beautiful and dramatic west Wales has to offer. There are so many places to visit including quaint New Quay, famous for its harbour, bottlenose dolphins and boat trips, and once the home of poet and author Dylan Thomas; the pretty seaside village Llangrannog, and the larger university town and resort of Aberystwyth with its cliff railway, pier and long promenade. Within easy driving distance there are also the attractions of The Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway, Devil’s Bridge, the market town of Lampeter and Dolaucothi Gold Mines.

    Ground Floor: The property is all on the ground floor, has electric panel heaters and comprises:
    Open plan living space.
    Lounge area:
    With wooden floor, 42" HD Freesat TV, iPod dock, Blu-ray player and X-box 360.
    Dining area/conservatory: With wooden floor.
    Kitchen area: With wooden floor, electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine.
    Bedroom 1: With double bed and TV.
    Bedroom 2: With 2ft 6in bunk beds (for children), TV and DVD.
    Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and heated towel rail.

    All electric, bed linen and towels included.

    Enclosed decked terrace. BBQ. Parking (2 cars). No smoking. Ground floor facilities.

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  • Spite Cottage

    Lledrod, near Aberystwyth

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: UK6150
    Spite Cottage is a very comfortably appointed, detached holiday home, and its name originates from fascinating history. On the pilgrim routes it was tradition that land was sometimes set aside for the pilgrims, and the local story goes that a new chapel was built on the other side of the road using local stone, on a field that was named ‘spite’, which is a derivative of ’hospitium’ or ’ysbytty’, meaning hospital in Welsh. There are still many buildings, ruins and sites that have the name ’ysbytty’ or the derivatives of spite or spittal. In the region of Llanbadarn Fawr, once a major medieval monastery (just outside Aberystwyth), is an area known as Spytty Hal, on land granted to the Knights Hospitaller, and suggesting some sort of hospice was here. Welsh hospices provided hospitality to travellers and pilgrims, giving much needed shelter or catering for the elderly, sick or poor.
    The owners of Spite Cottage continue to research to find out more information about the cottage’s specific use in those days of old, but there are indications it may have been a toll house as it is on the old Roman road. The height of the doorways, approximately 5ft 6in at the front and 5ft at the back, suggest a time when the average height of people was much less than now. The threshold of such cottages were often used for threshing corn by hand. By opening both doors, there would be a through draft which would make separating the wheat, barley or oats from the chaff much easier. Originally, the cottage would probably have had a thatched roof and consisted of one room where everyone cooked and slept, possibly including some animals which would be kept at the back. The attached outbuilding is now a bedroom. There was originally a platform over the back half of the room where people could have slept, and heat from the animals would have helped to keep them warm. Today, the quaint cottage has been thoughtfully renovated without losing any of its charm. Central heating and a delightful wood burner makes the open plan living space warm and cosy, when a night in with a glass of wine is a must.
    The cottage is within easy travelling distance of the abbey of Strata Florida, a Cistercian monastery and abbey considered as the Westminster Abbey of Wales before the dissolution of the monasteries during the reign of Henry VIII. The university and Victorian seaside town of Aberystwyth is only a 20-minute drive, and here you will find the Electric Cliff Railway, with its fabulous views over the bay looking towards the pier and long promenade. Take the steam train from Aberystwyth to Devils Bridge Falls, steeped in legend, or visit Bwlch Nant yr Arian on the edge of the Cambrian Mountains, where hundreds of majestic red kites feed daily. The whole region is criss-crossed with beautiful walks and is perfect for cycling as well as various outdoor activities, such as fishing and wildlife spotting. A short drive will open up the wilderness of Wales and the Cambrian Mountains Park, meaning you’re perfectly situated to explore this wonderfully diverse landscape. You are also close to the Wales Coastal Path, stretching in both directions from Aberystwyth, and the coastal towns of New Quay and Aberaeron are well worth a visit, as are the many stunning beaches and coves that make up Cardigan Bay. Shop 3 miles, pub 2 miles, restaurant 6 miles.

    Ground Floor: All on the ground floor.
    Open plan living space:
    With beams and wooden floors.
    Living area: With wood burner, 32" Freeview TV and DVD player.
    Dining area.
    Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave/oven/grill combi, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
    2 steps to...
    Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed.
    Bedroom 2: With bunk bed.
    2 steps to...
    Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.

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

    Small lawned garden with patio and garden furniture. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking.

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  • Maesyfelin

    Tregaron

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: CC621039
    Maesyfelin is situated in the delightful town of Tregaron, nestled at the foot of the Cambrian Mountains and within 30 minutes of the beautiful Ceredigion coastline making it an ideal base for exploring west Wales by foot, bike or car. The town received its royal charter in 1292 and it owes its origin and growth to its central location in the lush upper Teifi Valley. It is steeped in history and famous as 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 in the Talbot Hotel, just seconds walk from the cottage.

    The rural surroundings of Tregaron are really an undiscovered gem. The sparsely populated county of Ceredigion offers roads largely untroubled by traffic and the footpaths and bridleways 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 remote chapels in the hills. The Tregaron to Abergwesyn mountain road is well worth driving, it offers wide open vistas of remote mountains and moorland, a world away from bustling cities and hectic motorways, and is probably the greatest wilderness in southern Britain.

    North of Tregaron is another famous landscape feature, Cors Caron, or Tregaron Bog, the largest raised bog in Britain. It is a peat bog of international importance and a nature reserve since 1955. This rare habitat is home to some very rare flora and fauna. It can easily be reached on foot from Tregaron town. This whole area is fantastic for wildlife, especially raptors such as buzzards, peregrine falcons, harriers and the iconic, attractive red kite.

    You can visit the university town of Aberystwyth with plenty to offer from its 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. The colourful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron, and New Quay, a quaint fishing town with lovely beaches and famous for its seafood restaurants and boat rides, are also within easy reach for a day out.

    Maesyfelin has been tastefully furnished to offer every comfort for guests and is the perfect base to discover the wonderful area. Once you have visited you will be hooked! There will always be a warm welcome, or "croeso cynnes", as they say in Welsh, awaiting your return to Ceredigion!

    Ground Floor: The property has electric panel heaters and comprises:
    Lounge/dining room: With tiled floor, wood burner, 32" Freeview TV, DVD, radio and iPod dock.
    Kitchen: With tiled floor, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer.
    Shower room: With shower, WC and heated towel rail.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With king size bed.
    Bedroom 2: With twin beds.

    All electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner provided. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate. Wi-Fi. Welcome pack.

    Enclosed courtyard with furniture. Gas BBQ. Public car park 20 yards away (at cost). Cycle store. No smoking.

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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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  • Bwlch Cliced

    Talybont, nr. Aberystwyth

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: 30292


    This contemporary semi-detached stone barn conversion is situated on the small holding ’Tŷ Hen Henllys’ with stunning coastal, mountain and countryside views. On a clear day you can see Bardsey Island, Lleyn Peninsula, and from the patio you can see for over 30 miles, stretching from Aberdovey along the Dovey Estuary to Cadair Idris and beyond. Bwlch Cliced has been decorated and furnished to a very good standard giving particular consideration to local heritage and history, our furnishings and artwork are carefully chosen on the theme of wool, in particular the Welsh Garthen (tapestry blanket) which were produced in a variety of patterns and colours. Ear-marks on sheep or other animals were served as a sign of ownership. This form of marking was important in mountainous areas where animals were allowed to graze in open country. Bwlch Cliced is the name of one such ear-mark, different farms have their own combination of ear-marks that they use. The work of our village artist, Ruth Jên from her ’Welsh Ladies’ and ’Home Spun Cloth’ series are prominent features of the décor. Attractions including Ynys-Hir, the RSPB wildlife haven, and the Dyfi Osprey Project are nearby. Borth is 3 miles away, with its 2 mile stretch of sandy beaches. At the northern end is the impressive sand dune system, known as Dyfi National Nature Reserve. The magnificent Cors Fochno, known to many as Borth Bog, a flat 4 mile peat bog, is a nature lover’s dream. Borth’s submerged forest, most of the time hidden by the sand and sea, but occasionally rough seas scour the sand away, can be seen at low tide along the beach, where stumps of oak, pine, birch, willow and hazel (preserved by the acid anaerobic conditions in the peat) can be seen. Aberystwyth with its pier and promenade, castle, the National Library of Wales, the cliff railway to the summit, and an unusual Camera Obscura, are all nearby. From Aberystwyth you can take the steam train on the Vale of Rheidol Railway to Devil’s Bridge with its waterfalls and bridges. Complimentary tea and cakes on arrival, and a complimentary breakfast with fresh home-made bread provided. Beach 3 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with tiled floors. Utility room. Partial open tread stairs to first floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double (5ft), 1 twin (zip and link). Shower room with toilet.

    Electricity, biomass central heating (underfloor on ground floor), bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. Digital TV. Playstation3/DVD (small DVD library). iPod dock. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed courtyard garden with sitting-out area and furniture. Shared 10-acre grounds. Barbecue. Parking (3 cars). Hot tub. Natural water supply from borehole. No smoking. Pets to be kept on a lead - working farm. NB: Unfenced brook, 50 yards, step in courtyard.

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  • Greenmeadow Bungalow

    Llanon, nr. Aberaeron

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: 11751

    Ideal for a beach or a watersport holiday

    This detached bungalow is built in the owners’ grounds of 2 acres with stream, on edge of the village of Llanon, about half a mile from the beach, 5 miles from Aberaeron. Ideal for a beach or watersport holiday with New Quay and Aberystwyth both about 10 miles. Clifftop or hill walking, touring inland, with Tregaron and Lampeter both 15 miles, and Cardigan about 25 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.

    All on ground floor: Living room. Dining room/kitchen. Utility room. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Shower room with toilet.

    Electric heaters, electricity and bed linen included. Cot. High chair. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Garden and furniture. Barbecue. Parking (2 cars). No smoking.

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  • Brynhoreb

    New Cross near Aberystwyth

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: CC624016
    Brynhoreb is a delightful, cosy cottage in a tranquil rural setting and yet only three miles from Aberystwyth and the wonderful coastline of Ceredigion. The garden raised up behind the cottage takes full advantage of the stunning vista. Whether you are sitting in the comfortable summer house, on the decked terrace created to look like a pirate ship, or relaxing in the bubbling hot tub, you can glimpse the sea across the rolling countryside.

    Apart from its sweeping promenade and pier, Aberystwyth has the famous Constitution Hill, the Victorian equivalent of a modern day theme park, 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. This majestic panorama can be reached by train on the longest funicular electric cliff railway in Britain, which has been transporting visitors to the summit since opening in 1896. Aberystwyth is also the starting point for the Vale of Rheidol steam railway to Devils Bridge and a huge tumbling waterfall and gorge; a scenic journey well worth taking. Aberystwyth is much more than a seaside town. It is surrounded on three sides by some of the most glorious countryside in the UK. Apart from the wonderful Ceredigion Heritage Coast, there are the mountains of Pumlumon to the north-east, where the sources of both the Severn and the Wye are to be found. Pumlumon is part of the Cambrian Mountain Range, the last refuge of the Red Kite in Britain, until a few years ago when a management and protection scheme was started. Now you will frequently see them soaring above the hills and hear their distinctive cry. The visitor attraction of the Red Kite Feeding Station is just nine miles away, close to the Silver Mountain Mining Experience, another great attraction for families.

    Other interesting places to visit in the area and within easy reach from Brynhoreb is the impressive sand dune system of the Ynyslas National Nature Reserve, which jut out halfway across the mouth of the Dovey Estuary; the colourful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron and the pretty resort of New Quay that once inspired poet Dylan Thomas, and where Bottlenose dolphins can often been seen from the harbour. The whole area is a haven for walkers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts and lovers of golden sandy beaches, many of them dog friendly year round. Brynhoreb is the perfect base to discover what a Welsh gem Ceredigion is – you will certainly want to return once you’ve been!

    Ground Floor: The property has 11 steps to the entrance, has oil central heating and comprises:
    Lounge: With tiled floor, wood burner, 24" Freeview TV, DVD player and CD/radio.
    Kitchen: Farmhouse style with wooden floor, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and small dining area.
    Bedroom 1: With single bed.
    Bathroom: With shower over roll top bath and WC.
    Staircase leading directly into...

    First Floor: Bedroom 2: With double bed with divider leading to...
    Bedroom 3 (not a separate room): With twin beds.

    All oil, electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner provided. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate supplied on request. Wi-Fi. Welcome pack.

    Enclosed garden with summer house, terrace and furniture. BBQ. Parking (2 cars). Hot tub. No smoking. NB: Access to the garden is via multiple steps and a sloping pathway.

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  • Bryncrwn Cottage

    Llanfarian, Aberystwyth

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    2
    Ref: OXP

    Bryncrwn Cottage is a spacious conversion of a traditional Welsh farmhouse set in the hillside. Every room of this superior dwelling boasts uninterrupted views of Aberystwyth (5 miles away) and the Cambrian Hills. The detached holiday cottage has been tastefully renovated and decorated to a very high standard. The en-suite master bedroom has access onto the patio area. The cottage is ideally situated in a secluded position on a working sheep farm, only 3 miles from the coast and a short drive into the rural town of Aberystwyth. Perfectly located for discovering the beauties of both North and South Wales. Shops and pub 3 miles.

    Spacious open-plan living/dining room with farmhouse-style kitchen area and slate floor. Double bedroom with 5ft bed, door to patio and en-suite wet room with toilet. First floor: Twin bedroom. Bathroom with roll-top bath, shower attachment and toilet.

    • Electricity, full underfloor heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Digital TV
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Washing machine
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Large enclosed lawned garden with patio, terrace and furniture
    • Barbecue
    • Private parking 4 yards
    • Welcome pack
    • Ground floor facilities

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  • Ty Melyn Mair (Marigold Cottage)

    Gilfachrheda, nr. New Quay

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: 30073


    This holiday property is situated in the quiet hamlet of Gilfachrheda. Ty Melyn Mair (Marigold Cottage) is just over half a mile away from the beautiful and unspoilt sandy beach of Cei Bach, where dogs are welcome all year round, and the picturesque coastal town of New Quay, once the home of Dylan Thomas. Ty Melyn Mair boasts a pretty enclosed rear garden with a covered patio area. From New Quay, walk along the All Wales Coastal Path, or just stroll around the quaint shops, find plenty of cafés and eateries, or sit on the stone harbour wall with your fish and chips, whilst admiring the stunning views across the blue waters of Cardigan Bay and looking out for the bottlenose dolphins. Dolphin, wildlife-watching and fishing boat trips are also available in season. The area has a myriad of things to offer all year round, including sandy beaches, such as Tresaith, Penbryn, Mwnt and Langrannog - to name a few. Discover charming towns within easy reach including Aberaeron, with its Georgian harbour and coloured houses, Cardigan, with its castle, and Aberystwyth, from where you can take the steam railway into the mountains to Devils Bridge. Just a few miles inland are the falls at Cenarth, where you can watch the trout and salmon swim in the crystal clear waters, or visit the Coracle Museum. Beach ¾ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.These two adjoining holiday properties are situated in the quiet hamlet of Gilfachrheda. These two holiday lodges, Ty Bren (Wooden House, ref 31306) and Ty Melyn Mair (Marigold Cottage, ref 30073) are just over half a mile away from the beautiful and unspoilt sandy beach of Cei Bach, where dogs are welcome all year round, and the picturesque coastal town of New Quay, once the home of Dylan Thomas. Ty Bren has a small garden to the rear and side and a wooden verandah to enjoy al fresco dining or a BBQ, and Ty Melyn Mair boasts a pretty enclosed rear garden with a covered terrace. From New Quay, walk along the All Wales Coastal Path, or just stroll around the quaint shops, find plenty of cafés and eateries, or sit on the stone harbour wall with your fish and chips, whilst admiring the stunning views across the blue waters of Cardigan Bay and looking out for the bottlenose dolphins. Dolphin, wildlife-watching and fishing boat trips are also available in season. The area has a myriad of things to offer all year round, including sandy beaches, such as Tresaith, Penbryn, Mwnt and Langrannog - to name a few. Discover charming towns within easy reach including Aberaeron, with its Georgian harbour and coloured houses, Cardigan, with its castle, and Aberystwyth, from where you can take the steam railway into the mountains to Devils Bridge. Just a few miles inland are the falls at Cenarth, where you can watch the trout and salmon swim in the crystal clear waters, or visit the Coracle Museum. Beach ¾ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room with beams. Kitchen with breakfast area. Bathroom with shower attachment and toilet. Steep stairs to first floor. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 bunk.

    Open fire in living room (initial fuel included). Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. High chair. Satellite TV. DVD. Gas cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Fridge/freezer. Enclosed lawned garden with covered decked patio area and furniture. Barbecue. Garage (1 car). Parking (1 car). No smoking.

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  • Cefnllaethdre - The Stables

    Glynarthen, nr. Cardigan

    Grade
    4
    2
    3
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    Ref: OSB


    Situated just 5 minutes from Cardigan Bay and within easy reach to 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.

    Living room with wood-burning stove, and stone feature arched door to patio area. Modern fitted kitchen/dining room. First floor: Two bedrooms, each with Velux windows; one double with four-poster bed and door to Juliet balcony with fantastic views, and one twin. Shower room and toilet.

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