Living room: With wood burner, chersterfield sofa,TV with Sky Q and DVD player, original milking stool, and antique pieces.
Kitchen/dining room: With electric oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, wine fridge, dishwasher, reclaimed slate flooring and garden views.
Bathroom: With shower over bath and toilet.
Bedroom 1: With single bed, fireplace and exposed beams.
Laundry Outhouse: With washing machine/dryer and clothes horse.
Bedroom 2: With double bed, in-built cupboards, and exposed beams.
Bedroom 3: With ¾ size bed, leather chest of drawers, and exposed beams.
No children under 10 years old due to the hazard of the stream.
The light and airy dining room is conveniently open plan to the kitchen, flooded by sunlight through the bi-folding doors, with beautiful pastoral views of the garden and meadows. Around the dining table enjoy family meals together or chat to the holiday chef as they cook up a holiday feast in the well-equipped stylish cottage kitchen. The beamed cottage sitting room has timeless appeal. Relax on the comfortable sofa after a day in the pure Welsh air, in the glow of the cosy wood burner on chillier evenings.
In such a tranquil, peaceful setting a good night’s sleep is promised in the stylish, unfettered bedrooms, which enjoy quality furniture and furnishings. Exuding character and charm, the original bread oven remains as a feature in the single room.
Step into the whimsical and fully fenced garden at the rear of the property and relax on the rattan garden furniture, which is bordered by woodland and a flowing tributary of the Aeron River - ideal for paddling or fishing in the summer months (fishing licence required). The lawned, landscaped garden is fully enclosed and is perfect for older children to play in or for soaking up the peacefulness of the surrounding area.
With the glorious beaches of Cardigan Bay just a short drive away, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches. Paddle in the shallows, discover hidden coves or walk along pristine golden sands. From New Quay take a boat trip to spot dolphins or take in the views from a bracing cliff walk.
The bustling, picturesque seaside town of Aberaeron, with its colourful style architecture, boutique shops, art galleries, cafés/tearooms, and restaurants, is a short drive away or follow the old rail track into the town by foot or by bicycle.