All on the ground floor.
Living room: With TV and patio doors leading to garden.
Kitchen/dining room: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Utility room: With washing machine and tumble dryer and toilet.
Bedroom 1: With double bed and small en-suite with shower and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With double bed, small en-suite with shower and toilet.
Bedroom 3: With twin beds.
Bedroom 4: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With bath, walk in shower and toilet.
The accommodation offers a light and airy space in which to unwind or entertain after a busy day of exploration. The well-equipped kitchens are sure to please the chef in the family, complete with fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Gwynt y Mor(ref 19361) comfortably accommodates up to 8 guests in lovingly furnished and spacious surroundings. Set all on the ground floor, there are two double bedrooms and two twin bedrooms, ideal for families with children. The living room features patio doors leading to the garden, really bringing the outside in, and the utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer means you don’t have to worry about getting muddy while out and about.
With breathtaking views over Cardigan Bay, the properties are located just 100 yards from the cliff top. Gwbert-on-Sea is a small, quiet hamlet on the shore of the mouth of the Teifi Estuary, just a couple of miles outside Cardigan. The settlement takes its name from the wandering St Gwbert, said to have landed here and taken shelter 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 at 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 attract a great variety of birds, and in the autumn waders such 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, with pieces of pottery found near Gwbert, now on display in Cardigan museum. All the outside areas are covered by CCTV. Beach 7 miles. Shop 3½ miles, pub and restaurant 500 yards.
Gwynt y Mor can be booked together with Riversmouth (17809), Sandbank (18585), Hafdir (26681), Ty Canol (UKC4208), Meusydd (UKC4209) and Llyswen (UKC4210) to accommodate up to 76 guests.