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Furnished to a very good standard, this property is perfect for exploring the rugged cliffs and coastline.
All on ground floor: Living room with patio doors. Dining room/kitchen. Utility room. 4 bedrooms: 2 double (5ft), 2 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath, shower cubicle and toilet. Shower room with bidet and toilet.
Oil central heating included (£25 per week/per short break October-March). Electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Digital TV. DVD. Stereo/CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Combi microwave/oven/grill. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Garden with terrace, sitting-out area and furniture. Ample parking. Hot tub (private) available to 10pm daily. No smoking. Please note: This property has a security deposit of £100.
These four fine detached holiday properties with breathtaking views over Cardigan Bay, are furnished to a very good standard and are just 100 yards from the cliff top. Gwbert-on-Sea is a small, quiet hamlet on the eastern shore of the mouth of the Teifi Estuary, just a couple of miles outside Cardigan. The settlement takes its name from a wandering saint. St Gwbert is said to have landed here and sheltered in a cave. The shoreline is marked by rugged cliffs and small shingle bays, with large stretches of sandbank exposed at low tide, and the area gives superb views over a diverse and scenic landscape. The ancient oak woodland of the Teifi Valley, the tidal marshes of the estuary, and the boundary of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park can all be appreciated from here. The 18-hole golf course, the home of Cardigan Golf Club, also offers fine views of the estuary and sea, and from the headland you can look across to Cardigan Island. The mud and sand flats of the estuary attracts a great variety of birds. In the autumn such waders as the redshank, oystercatcher and curlew can be seen feeding here, along with several species of migrating duck. The headland of Craig y Gwbert is the site of an Iron Age Fort. Pieces of pottery have also been found near Gwbert, and are now on display in Cardigan museum. Shops 31/2 miles, pub 100 yards.
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