This attractive cottage, the main part of which is nearly 300 years old, is tucked away along a short private lane.
The secluded grounds of about 3/4 of an acre are enclosed by trees, surrounded by pasture meadows and provide a safe environment for families seeking a quiet holiday retreat.
The nearby Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire provide a backdrop to the views from the upstairs bedroom windows.
Mwnt, a beautiful sandy National Trust beach, is just over a mile away, with access to superb coastal walks and many other coves and bays.
The local wildlife, including the dolphins at Cardigan Bay and a great variety of birds, butterflies and wild flowers, are a delight. In contrast, the busy market town of Cardigan is no more than 3 miles away and it is not much further along the Teifi Estuary to the interesting village of St Dogmaels.
There are numerous local attractions,including the recently restored Cardigan Castle, now open to the public, yet this stretch of coast remains relatively uncommercialised.
A lovely sea view can be enjoyed from the lawn of this delightful holiday cottage and you may even spot the dolphins which are frequent visitors to this spectacular stretch of the Cardigan Bay coastline.
Close to the Ceredigion Coastal Path, the beautiful award winning beach and dramatic National Trust headland are within easy walking distance.
The surrounding lanes and countryside are enriched with a wealth of wildlife and flowers and lead to a host of activities available within easy driving distance.
About half a mile from one of the prettiest beaches in Wales, this semi-detached coastal holiday cottage in a quiet, tranquil setting is surrounded by 20 acres of farm meadow.
Close to the Cardigan Bay Coastal Path at Mwnt in Ceredigion, this property is ideal for exploring the south Ceredigion and north Pembrokeshire coastline as well as the many inland gems such as the Cambrian Hills and Teifi Valley.
This dramatic coastline is partly owned by the National Trust and dolphins, seals, buzzards and choughs are regular sights. Local activities include golf and fishing, with the Welsh Wildlife Centre and the market town of Cardigan a short drive away.
Situated just above the National Trust beach and ancient white-washed 14th century church at Mwnt on the Cardigan Bay coastline, this lovely cottage, formerly a milking parlour, offers excellent holiday accommodation.
Cardigan Bay is well-known for its resident bottlenose dolphins and seals which are regularly spotted from Mwnt. The heritage coastline is superb and if you have had enough of walking there are numerous places of interest to visit both in Ceredigion and the neighbouring counties of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire.
This is the upper of the two cottages at the same location and has sea views from two rooms.
Just above the picturesque white-washed church and sheltered west facing beach at Mwnt, this delightful cottage, formerly a milking parlour, offers excellent contemporary accommodation on the Cardigan Bay coastline.
Cardigan Town is about 5 miles away and has a good selection of shops, galleries and pubs.
There are numerous glorious beaches along this stretch of coast including Poppit, Patch, Tresaith, Aberporth, Penbryn and Llangrannog. There is a pub and restaurant at Gwbert as well as two golf courses.