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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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  • Penroc

    Cwmystwyth, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: CC624011
    Penroc is a most delightful, cosy 400 year old Welsh stone cottage surrounded by beautiful countryside with magnificent views over the Cambrian Mountains.  It has been sympathetically refurbished by an interior designer to encompass the charm and character with modern comforts including furnishings to a very high standard.  The accommodation on the ground floor is a beautiful large open plan room having slate floors with scatter rugs and original beamed ceilings; there is a well-equipped kitchen/dining area, a cosy living area around an attractive gas burning stove and a spacious garden room with seating area and window seats in the bay picture windows – all of which have the added luxury of under-floor heating. The owners have thoughtfully provided plenty of DVDs to enjoy along with a good selection of books, puzzles and games for those relaxing evenings round the fire, or reading a good book in the window bay with Red Kites circling overhead – this will soon recharge your batteries!   As a mobile signal isn’t good in the cottage, a landline telephone is there in case of emergencies.  There are 2 bedrooms upstairs, one with a King size double bed with ‘Vi-Spring’ mattress which enjoys a very special feature of a large balcony for relaxing with a lazy breakfast or enjoying a meal surrounded by glorious views of the Ystwyth valley.  The second bedroom has twin beds and the beamed bathroom gives the usual comforts with heated towel rail and shaver point.  If you should require more bedrooms and a second bathroom, there is a connecting sound-proofed door to the adjoining cottage, as Penroc can either be booked independently or together with Ty Mari, where you can enjoy two double bedrooms and three twin bedrooms giving plenty of space for ten people, which would accommodate the gathering of family and friends.  Both cottages have adjacent gardens with glorious views. There is plenty of space to park cars, barbecue or just sit and take in the scenery. Unfortunately Penroc is not suitable for the disabled due to the accessibility. 

    Penroc can be booked together with Ty Mari (CC624010) to accommodate up to 10 guests.

    Ground Floor: The property has night store heaters throughout with under-floor heating to ground floor and comprises:
    Lounge: with TV with HD Sky Box Freesat, DVD and Radio/CD, with Gas Burning Stove in Inglenook Fireplace; a characterful, cosy and well presented open plan room

    Kitchen / Dining: with electric oven and ceramic electric hob, microwave, fridge, large freezer in under stairs cupboard, dining furniture, open plan room extends out to Garden Room with full length window seat, lounge chairs and coffee table.  French Doors leading out into the garden.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: with king-size bed with Vi Sprung Mattress

    Bedroom 2: with two single beds.

    Bathroom: with bath, WC and wash basin, heated towel rail and shaver point

    All fuel and power included. Bed linen and towels supplied.  Wi-Fi internet access.

    Ty Mari and Penroc are set in a stunning landscape and situated 100 meters along a rough track from the main road. There is a terrace of homes either side of the track, with Ty Mari at the end and Penroc at right angles on the headland. The garden area is limited and is shared between the cottages but there is space for cars, sunbathing and a barbeque! Penroc in particular, has glorious views.

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  • Ty Rhys

    Aberporth near New Quay

    Grade
    4
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: CC621049
    Beautifully located close to the picturesque coastal resort of Aberporth, this well presented holiday cottage is situated in 40 acres of peaceful grounds overlooking the glistening Cardigan Bay. It has been thoughtfully put together boasting a spacious open plan living area and well-equipped galley kitchen. The spacious king size bedroom has skylights, fitted wardrobes, dressing table with hairdryer provided for you, and stylish carpets. High quality oak doors throughout and a stunning modern wet room with quality shower. Outside, guests can sit back and relax and enjoy alfresco dining on a sunny day or for the more energetic, stroll into the resort and relax on the sandy beach which is renowned locally for its surf and water based activities. The cottage is situated in a small development of holiday cottages which have access to the shared grounds which features an impressive Edwardian mansion. Ceredigion, home to golden beaches, horseshoe coves and tranquil fishing villages, provides the perfect destination to unwind and relax whatever time of year you visit. The stunning beaches of Tresaith, Penbryn, Cei Bach, Llangrannog and Mwnt are just a few worthy of a visit and several beaches are dog friendly all year round. For an adventurous day out, why not ramble the Heritage coastal path and discover its natural beauty which is home to rare sea birds, bottlenose dolphins, harbour porpoises and grey seals, or head to the tranquil harbour resort of New Quay and indulge in one of its many cafés and restaurants that cling to the sides of the hills rising above the crystal blue waters of Cardigan Bay. The charming regency town of Aberaeron with its multi-coloured houses and attractive harbour is well worth a visit, as are the charming market towns of Cardigan and Newcastle Emlyn, with their medieval castles, traditional Welsh pubs and highly acclaimed restaurants.

    Ground Floor: Open plan living space.
    Lounge area: Large with wooden floor and Freeview TV.
    Dining area: Spacious with wooden floor.
    Kitchen: Galley style with electric cooker, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine.
    Wet room: With shower and WC.

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

    All heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Welcome pack. Wifi internet access.

    Lawned garden with patio and furniture. Shared 40-acre natural grounds. Parking (2 cars). No smoking.

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  • Ffynnonmeredydd Cottages - Tan Y Dderwen

    Mydroilyn, nr. Aberaeron

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: OZV

    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 wooden floor. Large farmhouse-style 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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  • Tynlone Villa

    Swyddffynnon, nr. Devils Bridge

    Grade
    4
    2
    3
    1
    Ref: W2676

    Views of the Cambrian Mountains


    This well maintained, detached holiday bungalow sits on the edge of pasture land on a 90-acre farm. A cosy and homely holiday property which has an electric fire in the living room and gardens which are split into three parts with the side lawn ideal for hot days, and the front lawn for barbecues. The views are stunning and overlook open countryside, Cors Caron Nature Reserve and the Cambrian Mountains. This is an excellent area for bird watchers, fishing, walking and touring with Aberaeron being 14 miles, Aberystwyth 15 miles and Tregaron 4 miles away and Devils Bridge is 7 miles. The Kite Centre and Museum at Tregaron are nearby as well as the National Cycle Network Route 82. Shop, pub and restaurant 4 miles.

    Steps to entrance.
    All on the ground floor:
    Living/dining room:
    With electric fire and CD player.
    Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge and washing machine.
    Bedroom 1: With double bed.
    Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
    Bathroom: With shower over bath.
    Separate toilet.

    First £5 of electric storage heaters and electricity included, remainder available by £1 coin meter. Bed linen and towels included. Cot and highchair. Enclosed lawned garden with garden furniture. Private parking for 3 cars. Smoking permitted.

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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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  • Cei Newydd

    Nanternis near New Quay

    Grade
    4
    2
    0
    2
    Ref: CC621010
    Cei Newydd is one of three beautiful properties within walking distance of the Ceredigion Marine Heritage Coast, the first to be established in Britain, which recognises the unspoilt nature of the coastline and its wildlife. An absolutely delightful holiday property, Cei Newydd is a lovely self-catering holiday cottage, which has been completely renovated from top to toe and is set in the pretty hamlet of Nanternis, near New Quay. The lime-washed stone walls and pale blue touches of the cottage echo the nearby sea. The cottage itself benefits from the same colour scheme and has a sociable, open plan layout with the sitting area to one end with a cosy wood burner for chilly nights and comfy leather sofas. The well-equipped kitchen is especially lovely, with doors leading out to a decked area and beyond to a patio and enclosed lawn where you can enjoy the warm sunshine and light the BBQ provided. The bedrooms are beautifully decorated with carefully chosen bed linen. The property is all on ground floor level and is wheelchair accessible.

    Step outside and choose from one of the many lanes and footpaths to explore, some take you along the unspoilt Ceredigion Coast Path and others through ancient woodland. Or make your way to the secluded National Trust cove of Cwmtydu, one mile, renowned for smugglers and pirates, the legendary Sion Cwilt was one such smuggler who used this bay in the 18th Century. The beach itself is pebbly and seal pups can often be seen here during the autumn months. Cwmtydu is nestled into the coastline, with paths offering excellent walking opportunities and connecting all the local beaches. For those who would prefer, the Cardi Bach bus service is a special summer only service, which takes travellers from Cardigan to New Quay and back twice a day between June and October. It links all the beaches in between and can transport two bikes.

    Nearby Llangrannog boasts a picturesque beach, two pubs, two cafés and chip shop, all enjoying fabulous sea views. Why not taste homemade ice cream at the cafe, there are 25 flavours to choose from! Follow the cliff path to the pretty harbour town of New Quay, four miles, watching out for dolphins, seals, peregrine and choughs en-route, all the while relishing in the spectacular unspoilt scenery. New Quay is a firm favourite for dolphin spotters, with several operators offering wildlife boat trips, along with a centre offering water sports training. Why not wine and dine at one of the pubs or restaurants, many specialising in seafood. Fans of the Welsh poet can follow the Dylan Thomas Trail around New Quay and other areas connected to the famous poet.

    A journey of just 10 miles northwards takes you to the Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron, where you can wander through interesting streets of multi-coloured houses and along its pretty quay side.
    With so much to do in the close vicinity, Cei Newydd is the ideal self-catering property to come back to after an eventful day, every detail has been thought of by the owners, who look forward to welcoming you to their little piece of Wales.

    Cei Newydd can be booked together with Mwnt (CC621011) and Llangrannog (UK6005) to accommodate up to 12 guests.

    Ground Floor: The property is all on the ground floor, has air source heat pumps and comprises:
    Open plan living space.
    Lounge area: With wood burner, Freeview TV, DVD player and CD player.
    Dining area.
    Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and patio doors to decking.
    Bedroom 1: With double bed and en-suite with shower and WC.
    Bedroom 2: With zip and link twin beds (which can be made to super king size - please advise when booking).
    Bathroom: With shower over bath, shower and WC.

    All heating, electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner provided, remainder available at £5 per basket. Cot and highchair available on request. Welcome pack. Wheelchair access.

    Enclosed garden with decking, patio and furniture. BBQ. Parking (2 cars). No smoking.

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  • Beudy Llyswen

    Aberaeron

    Grade
    4
    2
    0
    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 for 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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  • Plas Cottage

    Aberporth, near Cardigan

    Grade
    4
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: UK6072
    Plas Cottage is perched on the edge of woodlands with distant sea views over the beach of Aberporth and further out over Cardigan Bay. It’s the perfect location for exploring this rugged and sublime north Ceredigion border. It sits in a quiet cul-de-sac and is just a short walk from the Welsh coastal resort of Aberporth where you can relax on the golden sandy beach with your family, go rock pooling or taste the locally caught sea food at the pub which overlooks Aberporth Beach. Plas Cottage is a semi-detached property which has been thoughtfully furnished, is light and airy throughout and has a large decked area overlooking the garden from which you can take in the sea air and views out over Cardigan Bay.
    Bottlenose dolphins and basking sharks are a frequent sight along this north Ceredigion coastline. For the opportunity to get a little closer to these beautiful sights, take a boat trip out from the nearby market town of Cardigan, then enjoy a lazy afternoon in the town browsing antique and craft shops. Take a short drive inland to Cilgeran where you will discover the Welsh Wildlife Centre on the banks of the River Teifi. Further north along this scenic coastline is Aberaeron with its multi-coloured houses and stunning harbour, or for the more adventurous, travel south for a day out at Oakwood, Wales’ largest theme park which is sure to entertain the whole family. Beach 800 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 500 yards.

    Ground Floor: Living room: With electric fire, 32" Freeview TV and DVD player.
    Kitchen/dining room: Galley style with electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, coffee machine, washer/dryer and patio doors to decking.
    Separate toilet.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed and Freeview TV.
    Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
    Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.

    Economy 7 heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate. Welcome pack.

    Enclosed garden with decking and garden furniture. 1 dog welcome, to be kept on a lead at all times. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: There are 3 steps from the decking to the garden.

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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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  • 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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  • Ivy Bush Cottage

    Llandewi Brefi, nr. Tregaron

    Grade
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    Ref: OZ7

    Escape to the wonderful comfort of Ivy Bush Cottage nestled within the ancient, charming and tranquil village of Llandewi Brefi, at the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains. Situated in a row of four stone cottages originally all owned by the owner’s great-great grandfather 150 years ago, Ivy Bush (Bwthyn Iorwg in Welsh) is now one of three cottages still owned by the family today. It has been lovingly restored and has high quality and comfort in abundance. Exposed stone work, beams and a multi-fuel stove all go towards making it a characterful and cosy holiday retreat for guests.
    The village lies on the banks of the Afon Brefi and dates back to the 1st century when Romans set up camp in a settlement known as Bremia (bubbling stream). There is an interesting local legend to discover whilst here as to how the village later came to be known as Llandewi Brefi! In centuries gone by it was a thriving and bustling place on the drovers route taking livestock to London and beyond. Today the village is rather more peaceful but still has a village shop for your essential supplies and two warm and welcoming inns.
    The area abounds with walks and cycle routes (plenty starting from the cottage) and mountain biking opportunities. The market town of Tregaron is 3 miles away with shops, the Rhiannon Welsh Gold Centre, and an award-winning restaurant and pub. Just a mile beyond, you will find the stunning Cors Caron Nature Reserve, over 2000 acres of finest raised bog system with an access-friendly boardwalk route through it. Visit the ruins of the 12th-century Cistercian Abbey at Strata Florida and explore the Cambrian Mountains by car, bicycle or on foot. A variety of guided walking tours are available via local organisers.
    A 35-minute drive will bring you to the fantastic Ceredigion coastline with its beaches (many are dog friendly year-round), dolphin-watching boat trips, the town of Aberystwyth with its cliff railway, pier and long promenade and the attractive Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron, famous for its honey ice cream.
    Back at Ivy Bush you can enjoy an al fresco meal in the enclosed garden, looking out across the Welsh slate rooftops towards the village church and you will very likely see red kites soaring overhead and hear their distinctive cry. After splendid days out exploring this wonderful area, sink into the luxurious handmade organic mattresses and dream of return journeys to this region of extraordinary natural beauty. Beach 20 miles. Shop 150 yards, pub/restaurant 200 yards.

    Open-plan living/dining room with multi-fuel stove, French doors, exposed stone work, tiled floor and well-equipped kitchen area with tiled floor. First floor: Two bedrooms, each with exposed stone work; one double with 5ft bed, one twin. Bathroom with over-bath shower, toilet and Velux window. Beamed throughout.

    • Multi-fuel stove - initial fuel included, thereafter available locally
    • Electricity, electric radiators, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • 32" Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture
    • Barbecue
    • Carport (for 1 car)
    • Welcome pack
    • Pet free of charge
    • No smoking
    • NB: 1 step in garden

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  • Pentre Cottage

    Aberystwyth

    Grade
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    Ref: W42351

    Stunning location

    Two charming converted outbuildings on a farm, close to the historic town of Aberystwyth. Pentre Cottage and Rheidol Cottage make an ideal base from which to explore the area and are ideally located as a touring base for all of Wales, benefiting from its central location. 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 you wish to create an activity holiday out of your break. A nature walk starts just near the cottage and is a regular place to spy red kites and other such glorious birds and wildlife. Shops, pubs and restaurant 1 mile.

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

    Electricity NSH, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Freeview TV. CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Fridge/freezer. Patio and furniture. Ample parking.

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