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Wales

Holiday cottages in Wales offer a fantastic mix of beautiful landscapes and vibrant cities. One day you could be enjoying the unrivalled tranquillity and expansive views of Snowdonia, and the next you could be joining the throng at Cardiff’s majestic Millennium Stadium. To borrow a well-worn phrase, Wales truly is a destination with something for everyone. The only problem with so much choice is finding the right thing for you and your fellow holidaymakers to enjoy, so we’re going to make a few recommendations for an unforgettable holiday in Wales.

Wales really is a country of highlights, with an incredible array of fantastic attractions, both natural and man-made. One of the best ways to get your bearings is to head upwards, so we’re going to recommend a trip to Snowdonia National Park first. If you’d like a bird’s eye view of your stunning surroundings there really is no place like it. The circular Precipice Walk offers a slightly challenging two-hour trek but the pay off is expansive views as far as the eye can see. Mount Snowdon is easily accessible thanks to a train ride, or a climb for more intrepid visitors. However you choose to reach it, the views from the surrounding landscape are breathtaking. Less taxing, but no less beautiful, is the Pembrokeshire Coast. The UK's only truly coastal national park offers stunning limestone cliffs, soft golden sands and cool blue waters as far as the eye can see. Wales’ industrial heritage is celebrated at the Llechwedd Slate Caverns. One of the country’s premier tourist attractions, it offers both a fascinating insight into the lives of the miners and a truly unique landscape to explore and admire. If you fancy a more vibrant holiday experience then there are few better locations than Cardiff. Like Wales itself, the capital city offers a wonderful celebration of history and a wealth of contemporary attractions, so it’s perhaps unsurprising to find out that it’s also one of the most popular destinations for those with Welsh holiday cottages.

A beautifully varied landscape makes Welsh cottages perennially popular with outdoor enthusiasts and those who fancy enjoying the fresh air and stunning spectacle of some of the UK’s most celebrated natural locations. Hikers, climbers, cyclists and boaters will all find much to enjoy in the ‘Land of Song’. Pet owners will be equally satisfied with their choice of holiday destination and there are plenty of places to stretch the legs and give the dog a welcome run-around. If you fancy a more cosmopolitan experience then you’ll find more than enough cities offering great shopping opportunities, vibrant nightlife and a packed calendar of cultural events.

If you’re ready to begin your exploration, take a look at our featured Wales holiday cottages.
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  • Cefn Gorwydd Cottages - Ty Ysgubor

    Gowerton

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: JYZ

    "In the peace of Gower’s gentle farmland – with beaches and bays close at hand . . ."

    The Gower Peninsula with its rolling countryside and miles of unspoilt coastline is the setting for these very comfortable holiday cottages which themselves are set on 30 acres of land. The cottages have been furnished and equipped to a very high standard, and are double glazed throughout. Visitors enjoy shared use of a games room with table tennis and a pool table, and may relax in the garden area; bicycles are available for hire in Swansea and facilities for water sports and fishing are close at hand. There is easy access to many beautiful sandy beaches and coves within 10 miles or so, and opportunities nearby for scenic moorland and coastal walks in this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Gowerton, with its shops and pub, and local trains to west and mid Wales, is only half a mile away.
    A nearby cycle track leads to the Mumbles, which is famous for its lighthouse and lifeboat station and also boasts seaside attractions, a pleasant promenade and lots of sailing dinghies and small boats. At Penclawdd (3 miles), cockle fishermen go out on to the mudflats at low tide with horse-drawn carts to rake out the cockle harvest. Many of the Gower’s sandy beaches are backed by dunes, and some offer excellent wind-surfing; there are sandy coves with rock pools and the coastal path leads to wonderful cliff-top views. Inland, the sheep and sturdy Gower ponies roam moorlands which offer further opportunities for walks, picnics, riding and bird-watching.
    A number of National Nature Reserves are home to rare birds and plants. The glistening Loughor Estuary provides a haven for waders and geese among the rice-grass, sea lavender and marsh mallow of Llanrhidian Marsh, all overlooked by the summit of Cilifor Top, which is crowned with an extensive Iron Age fort; a nearby lane passes the ruin of Weobley Castle, once a fortified manor house; on the Gower, visitors can explore history and natural history side by side at every turn, almost everywhere with the sound of the sea in the background.
    Hang-gliders take off from Rhossili Down, now in the care of the National Trust, and swoop over the bay, whose three-mile sweep of golden sand is one of the most spectacular on the Welsh coast and often offers ideal conditions for surfing. The many facilities of Swansea include restaurants, shops, theatres, leisure centre, concert halls, museums, golf courses, extensive parks and gardens, a marina and the Welsh National Swimming Pool and sandy beaches with bathing (6 miles). A 30-minute drive leads to the National Botanical Gardens in Carmarthenshire, whilst an 18-hole golf course and a wildlife and wetlands sanctuary are both only ten minutes away by car.
    Within an hours’ drive and well worth a visit is the lively capital city of Cardiff with its National Museum of Wales at St Fagans, as well as Cardiff Bay and the new tidal barrage. Nowadays, the Gower is more easily accessible by road, and the warming effect of the Gulf Stream means that the weather for visitors to the cosy cottages of Cefn Gorwydd can be exceptionally pleasant at any time of year. Shops ½ mile.

    This cottage adjoins Ty Gwyn and is equipped to similarly high standards. Open-plan, beamed living/dining room with rugs on quarry-tiled floor and electric fire set in stone fireplace. Fitted kitchen area. Open-tread stairs to first floor: Double bedroom and single bedroom, both with sloping ceilings. Shower room and toilet.

    • Cot
    • High chair
    • Dishwasher

    • NSH, radiant fire and convector heaters included
    • Electricity, bed linen and towels included
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Stereo/CD
    • Microwave
    • Shared laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer (at cost) and payphone
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Shared garden with furniture
    • Parking
    • Shared games room with table tennis and pool table
    • No smoking

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  • The Mouse House

    Rhuddlan near Rhyl

    Grade
    3
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: CC613027
    The Mouse House is an exquisite, picturesque cottage upgraded and renovated to a high standard. This comfortable holiday cottage is nestled in a little lane opposite the remains of Rhuddlan Castle, built between 1277 and 1282 by King Edward 1 and now an historic sight cared for by Cadw (the Welsh Governments Historic Buildings Guardian). Players adorned in medieval costume are often within the Castle Walls adding to the historical ambience. History lovers will also notice that in Rhuddlan High Street, with its shops, hairdressers, pubs and restaurants, there is a carved stone plaque on the wall of the Parliament Building commemorating where King Edward 1 held his parliament in AD 1283. Lovely walks are to be had directly from the cottage, if you can bear to leave it, taking in views of the Vale of Clwyd, St Asaph Cathedral and as far as the Denbigh Moors. There is a nature park and trail which is a must if you enjoy seeing wildlife in its natural habitat, including ducks, pheasants and even otters. Cosy pubs with food, restaurants and little shops are all within a short walk (Sainsburys a 5 minute drive).

    Ground Floor: Property has gas central heating and comprises:
    Open plan lounge/kitchen
    Lounge Area: With freeview TV/DVD, radio/CD, wood burning stove and castle views
    Kitchen Area: With electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
    Conservatory/Dining: With dining furniture for four and doors to courtyard

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed and castle views
    Bedroom 2: With single bed
    Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and wash basin

    All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. First supply of logs for wood burner provided.  Wifi internet access available.  Travel cot and high chair available.

    Small enclosed courtyard. Parking for 1 or 2 cars outside property.

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  • Cosilea Cottage

    Welshpool, near Powys

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: W41797

    Central location

    A cosy terraced holiday cottage, ideal for couples, situated in the heart of Welshpool - a historic market town and home to the impressive Powys Castle and parkland. Guests can relax in the knowledge that once here you can park up and walk to local restaurants, pubs and shops, plus there are plenty of attractions which don’t require driving to, such as a trip on the steam train over to Llanfair Careinion, Powysland Museum, canal barge trips and a Powys Castle tour. Local to the area you will find golf, fishing, horseriding and plenty of beautiful walks through stunning countryside. Shops, pubs and restaurants 40 yards.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Kitchen. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Gas central heating included (£25per week, £15 per short break November-March). Electricity, gas, bed linen and towels included. Gas cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Freezer. Patio. On road parking. No smoking.

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  • Bay View Cottage

    Llanon near Aberaeron

    Grade
    3
    1
    2
    1
    Ref: CC621053
    If you are looking for a romantic holiday cottage for two with superb views, then look no further. Situated in an elevated position with commanding views across Cardigan Bay and the countryside, Bay View Cottage has been stylishly finished to provide an exceptionally spacious home with ample outside space including the bonus of a huge balcony leading directly from the bedroom where you will appreciate the tranquillity of your surroundings as you watch the spectacular sunsets and starry dark skies. In addition to your own private garden, the owners (who live next door) invite you to explore their three acres of natural grounds and pond. The village of Llanon, with pub and shops for the essentials, is just half a mile away and from here it is a short walk to the sea front.
    Ceredigion and the Heritage Coastline is a distinctive Welsh region with a thriving cultural identity and the perfect area for a weekend break or longer stay. It boasts award-winning sandy beaches, coves (many are dog friendly all year round), cliffs, varied wildlife and birdwatching. Whether you fancy mountain hikes, sturdy walks or a gentler stroll, you can take your pick and enjoy the natural beauty of the area, including 60 miles of the Wales Coastal Path.
    Visit the picture postcard colourful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron with chic shopping and restaurants; quaint New Quay, where Dylan Thomas once lived and from where you can take a dolphin spotting boat trip, and Aberystwyth, with its pier, promenade and electric cliff railway and where you can catch the steam train to Devil’s Bridge and waterfalls.
    The Teifi Valley market towns of Tregaron and Lampeter are an easy drive away, but even the smallest of rural hamlets will offer a warm welcome and a host of attractions and history. Every town has a tale to tell and each village a mystery to discover, not surprising for a county that dates back over 1600 years. Why not come and immerse yourself in it all with a stay at Bay View Cottage? Shop and restaurant ½ mile, pub 2 miles

    Ground Floor: open plan living space:
    Living area: Beamed with wood-effect floor, log-effect living flame gas fire, 42" Free view TV and DVD player.
    Dining area: With patio doors.
    Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine
    Cloakroom: With toilet.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With super king size bed, large balcony with patio furniture and en-suite with shower and toilet.

    Oil central heating, oil, gas, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate on request. Folding bed available (for child). Wi-Fi. Welcome pack.

    Large lawned garden and furniture. Shared use of owners’ 3-acre grounds. Cycle store. Parking (2 cars). No smoking. NB: Large pond in the grounds, 200 yards.

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  • Lletty Mieri Country Cottages - Carreg Cennen

    Llandeilo

    Grade
    3
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: 30878

    Nestling in the peaceful, unspoilt countryside of the Towy Valley and overlooked by the magnificent 12th-century Dinefwr Castle, these three semi-detached holiday cottages (30878, 30879 and 30880) occupy an idyllic rural setting. Just 2 miles from the historic and quirky town of Llandeilo, this is an ideal base for visiting Wales. It is within easy reach of the breathtaking scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the beaches of west Wales and the splendid gardens of the Towy Valley. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales and Aberglasney Gardens are just minutes away. The bustling town of Carmarthen and the city of Swansea are both easily reached by car. Named after local castles, Carreg Cennen, Dinefwr and Dryslwyn have been converted from original farm outbuildings. An old stone threshing barn has been converted into a games room with table tennis, snooker and a selection of children’s toys. The cottages are all single-storey and built of traditional Welsh stone. Each has its own parking and patio area with garden furniture, set around a central courtyard next to an old orchard where guests can barbecue in the summer, pick fruit in the autumn or simply watch the deer grazing at dusk. Guests can enjoy themselves fishing on the renowned River Towy, bird watching (red kite can often be seen hovering over Dinefwr Castle) and walking. Beach 18 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.

    All on ground floor: Living room with beams/dining room with beams/ kitchen. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single. Wet room with toilet.

    All properties: Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Cot and high chair on request. Freeview TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Shared washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer in utility. Wi-fi. Large lawned garden with patio, sitting-out area and furniture. Shared barbecue. Shared woodland grounds and orchard. Shared games room with table tennis, snooker and children’s toys. Parking (2 cars). Cycle store. Welcome pack. No smoking.

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  • Tyddyn Daws Bach

    Cadole, Mold

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: CC614013
    Recently renovated to a very high standard, this single storey cottage is nestled at the foot of the Clwyd Hills and is an ideal holiday cottage for a couple or small family. There are captivating farmland views from the large patio doors leading from the open plan living area to the garden where you may sit comfortably and plan the day ahead. There is a superb, fully equipped kitchen and open plan living area and tow comfortable bedrooms. The garden is shared with the occupier of the main house and consists of a nicely gravelled seating area as well as a large grassed garden. At the top of the garden is a pretty summerhouse, and seating from which to enjoy the lovely views of the surrounding meadows dotted with sheep. Cadole sits conveniently between Mold, which is a popular market town, and Ruthin, renowned for its interesting medieval architecture, shops and pubs.

    Ground Floor: Property is all on one floor, has oil fired central heating and comprises:
    Open plan lounge/ dining/kitchen
    Lounge Area: With Freesat TV/DVD and radio/CD
    Dining Area: With breakfast bar and stools
    Kitchen Area: With electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge with ice box
    Bedroom 1: With double bed
    Bedroom 2: With single bed
    Shower Room; With shower cubicle, WC and wash basin
    Utility Area: With  hanging facilities for coats.

    All fuel, power, bed linen and towels included.

    The garden is shared with the owner and consists of a nicely gravelled seating area as well as a large, sloping, grassed garden accessed by a pathway. At the top of the garden is a pretty summerhouse and seating. Parking for 1 car. Please note that this property is not suitable for children under the age of 12.

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  • Gellifawr Cottages - Bwthyn

    Gellifawr, near Newport

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: 30147

    Lying peacefully beneath the shadows of Mount Carningli (The Mount of Angels) in the iconic Pembrokeshire National Park, these traditional Welsh barns (refs 30144, 30145, 30146, 30147, 30148 and 30149) offer peace and tranquillity in abundance, and are just a stone’s throw away from the charming coastal resort of Newport, famous for its Welsh culture, traditional pubs, restaurants and a golden sandy beach. Comprising a mixture of ground floor, first floor and two-storey accommodation, the former barns date back to the 17th century, and retain all of their original charm and character, with each room having comfortable furnishings and amenities for that unforgettable holiday experience. Gellifawr Cottages are nestled uniquely in the beautiful Gwaun Valley countryside, with 6 acres of landscaped gardens and shimmering lakes, where white doves have freedom of flight. Guests can sit, relax and unwind whilst watching the red kites soar over the magnificent scenery, or take advantage of the on-site bar and restaurant, which is renowned locally for its fine dining and real ales. The area itself has lots to offer, including fantastic walks along the nearby Preseli Hills, where visitors can discover the numerous trails and ancient monuments scattered along the rolling countryside - an ideal holiday base. A short drive away is the spectacular coastal path, which leads you through the picturesque coastal resorts of Newport, Fishguard and Solva, offering a collection of unblemished beaches, boutique gift shops, art galleries and restaurants with freshly caught seafood always on the menu. Explore the historic city of St. Davids, featuring the magnificent 12th-century cathedral and medieval ruins of the Bishop’s Palace, or for the more adventurous, take a sea safari expedition around the off-shore island of Ramsey, cruising close to sea birds, seals and the occasional bottlenose dolphin and whale. The beaches of Newport, Whitsands and Newgale are within easy reach, and are renowned for surf and water sports activities. Away from the coast, Pembrokeshire’s countryside is just as promising, with its array of charming market towns and medieval castles dotted around the county; history is only a short drive away to be explored. Golf and horse riding nearby. Beach 4 miles. Shop 4 miles, pub and restaurant on-site.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single.

    DVD. Stereo/CD. Sitting-out area and furniture. Parking (2 cars).

    All properties: Biomass central heating, electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Freeview TV. Electric cooker. Microwave. Shared laundry room. Wi-fi. Shared 6-acre grounds with sitting-out area and furniture. Shared barbecue. Cycle store. Natural water supply from spring. Welcome pack. No smoking. NB: 3 fenced ponds in grounds.

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  • The Tack Room Cottage

    Ambleston near Haverfordwest

    Grade
    3
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: CC631033
    This impressive, two bed-room barn conversion is centrally located within Britain’s only coastal National Park. Recently acclaimed by The National Geographic, to be the second best coastal destination in the entire world; the whole of this varied and fascinating coast line can be efficiently accessed from The Tack Room Cottage. Converted, its caring owners have cleverly blended traditional features with modern comfort and convenience. Beneath its high, vaulted, beamed ceiling, its tasteful fitted kitchen sits alongside a charming farmhouse dresser; while upstairs, cosy bedrooms provide all the comfort needed to recuperate from days of coastal adventure. Staring out across Headland Farm’s large yard to the idyllic countryside beyond, this splendid retreat enjoys all the benefits of this working farm location: Primarily a cattle and sheep farm, its caring owners will happily introduce you to their Alpacas and cheeky Shetland Ponies; while for nature and wildlife lovers the surrounding farmland yields butterflies, dragon flies and rare orchids. There’s even a thoughtful Farmhouse Kitchen Welcome Pack to greet your arrival, with home baked bara brith and Welsh cakes to enjoy.

    Ground Floor: Property has gas central heating and comprises:
    Lounge Area: With freeview TV, DVD player and Wi-fi broadband access.
    Open Plan Living Area: With impressive vaulted, beamed ceiling.
    Kitchen Area: With electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with icebox and dishwasher. (Washing machine and large freezer are found in a utility/storeroom shared with one other cottage).
    Dining Area: With table and chairs for four.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With single bed.
    Bathroom: (off bedroom 1) With shower over bath, WC, wash basin, shaver point and heated towel rail.
    Bedroom 2: (accessed via bedroom1) With double bed.

    All fuel and bed linen included.

    Large, shared, lawn garden with pond, garden furniture and BBQ (mainly enclosed by fencing). Shared utility room provides storage area for bikes, fishing equipment etc. Off road parking for 2 cars plus large farm yard provides ample space for parking of boats on trailers etc. Stabling available at cost by direct arrangement with owner.

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  • The Hayloft Barn

    near Criccieth

    Grade
    3
    1
    2
    1
    Ref: UK6099
    Boasting a superb location between the Snowdonia National Park and the Lleyn Peninsula, this charming barn conversion is situated on the owners’ smallholding, surrounded by grazing sheep and the owners’ two very friendly donkeys. Accessed by a rough track and set amidst farmland enjoying glorious mountain panoramas and views over open fields to Cardigan Bay, the cottage is cosy and full of character. Conveniently located half way between the two very popular coastal villages of Criccieth and Porthmadog, Tyddyn Iolyn is an excellent base to explore this delightful area, with a multitude of amazing walks, fantastic cycling opportunities and a fine selection of visitor attractions nearby.
    Porthmadog is the departure point for wonderful steam train journeys on the world famous Ffestiniog Railway as it winds its spectacular way through superb scenery up into the Snowdonia Mountains. The pretty Italianate village of Portmeirion, location of the cult TV series ‘The Prisoner’ is also close by. Criccieth is a pretty village watched over by a medieval castle, and boasts a lovely beach and a good selection of restaurants and shops. The surrounding Snowdonia National Park offers a myriad of outdoor pursuits suitable for all ages. Beach 2½ miles. Shop, pubs and restaurants 2½ miles.
    The Hayloft Barn can be booked together with The Granary (UK6013) and The Stable (UK6100) to accommodate up to 10 guests.

    Ground Floor: Open plan living space.
    Living area: With electric wood burner, 32" Freeview TV, DVD player and single sofa bed.
    Dining area.
    Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer.
    Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet.

    First Floor: Bedroom: With double bed, low beams and en-suite with shower over bath, and toilet.

    Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot. Welcome pack.

    Patio with gas BBQ. 3 acres of shared natural grounds. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking.

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  • Gerlan

    Tregaron

    Grade
    3
    2
    1
    1
    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. 100 yards from the cottage, in an elevated position, there is a natural lawned garden, with a bench, providing an ideal spot to sit and enjoy a quiet drink and appreciate the lovely views over the town, and to the hills beyond.

    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. Separate lawned garden with garden furniture 100 yards from cottage. On road parking. No smoking.

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  • The Hay Suite

    Clarach, near Aberystwyth

    Grade
    3
    1
    1
    1
    Ref: HW7553


    Set on the beautiful sweep of Cardigan Bay, the university town of Aberystwyth’s Victorian promenade, pier and sandy beach lie just 1.5 miles from the cottage. Careful conversion of a handsome range of stone built farm buildings has created this well appointed, comfortable holiday accommodation within easy reach of a wealth of attractions. Bird watching enthusiasts will love the red kite feeding station at Ponterwyd and there are superb walking and mountain biking trails in the Cambrian Hills as well as amidst the lakes of the wonderful Elan Valley. Dolphin watching trips and steam train journeys are always popular, and this lovely stretch of Heritage coastline has many sandy beaches including Clarach with its rock pools (1.5 miles) and Borth (5 miles). Aberystwyth itself boasts a good selection of shops, entertainment, pubs and eateries, a cinema and arts centre as well as golf and indoor leisure facilities. Shop, pub and restaurant 1.5 miles.Set on the beautiful sweep of Cardigan Bay, the university town of Aberystwyth’s Victorian promenade, pier and sandy beach lie just 1.5 miles from this attractive cluster of cottages, two of which we offer here. Careful conversion of a handsome range of stone built farm buildings has created well appointed, comfortable holiday accommodation within easy reach of a wealth of attractions. Bird watching enthusiasts will love the red kite feeding station at Ponterwyd and there are superb walking and mountain biking trails in the Cambrian Hills as well as amidst the lakes of the wonderful Elan Valley. Dolphin watching trips and steam train journeys are always popular, and this lovely stretch of Heritage coastline encompasses many safe sandy beaches including Clarach with its rock pools (1.5 miles) and Borth (5 miles). Whilst easily accessible via good roads, the narrow winding lanes and rolling hills of this delightfully unspoilt region of Wales are all part of its considerable charm. Aberystwyth itself boasts a good selection of shops, entertainment, pubs and eateries, a cinema and arts centre as well as golf and indoor leisure facilities.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen. First floor: 1 double bedroom with sofa bed and en-suite bathroom with shower over Jacuzzi bath and toilet.

    Underfloor electric central heating (ground floor), electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. Two Freeview TVs. DVD. Microwave. Shared laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer (at cost). Freezer. Terrace and furniture. Shared grounds. Parking. No smoking.

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  • Sgubor Wennol Bach

    Llanor near Pwllheli

    Grade
    3
    2
    1
    1
    Ref: CC611035
    In a lovely, tranquil, rural setting amidst the glorious scenery of the spectacular Lleyn Peninsula, yet within very easy reach of sandy beaches and Pwllhelli’s lively attractions, this stunning barn conversion, cleverly divided into two self contained holiday cottages, provides an excellent base for year-round holidays. Sgubor Wennol Bach is a perfect retreat for couples or a small family, and is located next door to Sgubor Wennel Ty Du (CC611036), both of which can be booked together for a larger family gathering.

    Tucked away at the end of a lane filled with wild flowers, this converted former farm building enjoys spacious lawned gardens and is surrounded by wildlife and distant sea views over rolling green fields. Within easy reach, there is much to see and do including castles, steam trains, superb coastal walking, sandy beaches, interesting rocky coves, cycling and an abundance of interesting shops and galleries. Enjoy boat trips from fashionable Abersoch round the St. Tudwal’s Islands to fish, bird watch or spot seals, or for the more adventurous, a myriad of outdoor pursuits can be found within the Snowdonia National Park.
    Sgubor Wennol Bach can be booked with Sgubor Wennel Ty Du (CC611036) to accommodate up to nine guests.

    Ground Floor: The property has oil central heating (underfloor on the ground floor) and comprises:
    Lounge: With Freeview TV with surround sound system, DVD player and patio doors.
    Kitchen/dining room: Large with wooden floor, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
    Cloakroom: With WC.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With king size bed.
    Bedroom 2: With single bed.
    Bathroom: With bath, shower, WC and heated towel rail.

    All oil, electric, bed linen and towels included. highchair. Wi-Fi.

    Lawned garden with patio, sitting-out area and furniture. Chiminea. Parking (1 car). No smoking.

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