This attractive cottage, the main part of which is nearly 300 years old, is tucked away along a short 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, yet this stretch of coast remains relatively uncommercialised.
Nestling at the foot of Carningli Mountain, the property has panoramic views of Newport Bay and the north Pembrokeshire coast.
The house is set on a rural hillside amidst peacefully grazing sheep. It is an ideal location for those requiring peace and tranquility, yet wishing to be close to the facilities of the small bustling seaside town of Newport which has a good selection of eateries, 3 pubs and some lovely individual and traditional shops.
The Coastal Path is about a mile away and offers 186 miles of spectacularly good walking!
A quiet Pembrokeshire country lane leads to this spacious, rustic stone farmhouse near St David's, Britains smallest cathedral city, which has a tempting array of individual shops, galleries, eateries, coffee shops and friendly pubs.
Originally a courthouse, the farmhouse enjoys a rural setting, surrounded by farmland with a large lawned garden to enjoy.
From the slopes above the farmhouse the views of the coastline are truly spectacular and the Coastal Path can be joined by simply walking across two fields.
There are lots of beaches and coves closeby including Whitesands, Abereiddi, The Blue Lagoon, Traethllyfn, Porthgain and Abermawr.
Enjoying a rural position on the dramatic moorland at Trefasser approaching Pwll Deri and Strumble Head and situated in the Pembrokeshire National Park, this attractive cottage enjoys a large garden with stream and lovely views. The holiday cottage is full of character and retains the traditional feel of a local period Pembrokeshire Cottage but with all modern comforts.
It is situated less than a mile from the sea and is close to Coastal Path walks with an abundance of birds and wildlife. The coastal walkers bus can be flagged down outside the cottage. Fishguard, Goodwick and St Davids are within an easy drive with Art Galleries, Shops, Pubs and Restaurants all available.
The former St Cwnlle's church in Ceredigion has just been converted with great sensitivity, imagination and flair retaining many original features and creating new out of old. As well as combining every modern comfort into this holiday accommodation, it is also ecologically sound.
The historic University town of Lampeter is about 8 miles away and has a good selection of shops and eateries. Aberaeron, a very colourful Georgian seaside town, is also about 8 miles away and makes a good day trip as do Aberystwyth and Devil's Bridge.
If you ever wanted a really special place to stay this is it!
Enjoying an idyllic and secluded location about a mile out of Devil's Bridge in north Ceredigion, this 100 year old cottage makes the perfect holiday getaway. Surrounded by rolling countryside and with spectacular views of the Plynlimon Mountains the cottage stands alone in 2 acres of fenced land.
Devil's Bridge is famous for its three arched bridges one on top of the other, where you can walk down the "Jacobs ladder" steps and into the Rheidol valley to see the 300 foot world famous waterfalls of the Mynach falls.
Red kites and wildlife can be seen in the pasture land adjacent to the cottage and the nearby Nant yr Arian visitor centre gives a close up view of the Red Kites being fed every day of the year. The Rheidol stream railway leaves Devils Bridge on a return trip and snakes its way to though the stunning Rheidol valley to Aberystwyth 12 miles away.
This cottage is ideal if you want an escape away from it all, with breathtaking walks, fishing, mountain biking and horse riding all within a short walking distance of the cottage. A trip to the nearby fishing villages of Cardigan Bay with boat trips to see the dolphins and seals is a must for all the family. "Rhos y Cymau" makes a truly perfect family holiday home for your vacation in the stunning beauty of West Wales.
There is a pub (The Miners Arms) at Pontrhyd-y-Groes nearby which serves locally sourced food and has a well stocked bar.
This delightful hideaway accommodation is perfect for a couple (or a small family) it enjoys a superb location with stunning uninterrupted views of Cardigan Bay and Island from most rooms. It is tucked down a private lane, set in 6 acres of land and is about as secluded as you can get with a lockable door leading through the hedge to the bungalow.
If you can tear yourself away from the view; Poppit sands is a half mile walk and is the start point of the Pembrokeshire coastal path.St Dogmaels village is about 2 miles and Cardigan about 4. There is a pub which serves food about a mile away.
This comfortable and cosy traditional crog loft holiday cottage enjoys a lovely location near Pwllderi and is just a few hundred yards from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
The detached natural stone and colour washed cottage enjoys privacy and seclusion and makes an ideal retreat for those wishing to have a completely quiet break away from it all.
There is a large, completely enclosed lawned garden to the rear of the cottage with garden furniture. In the garden there is a cedar summer house which is furnished with an upholstered cane suite and table.
Mae'r Bwthyn neilltuedig hyfryd yma mewn lleoliad arbennig ar odre Mynyddoedd y Preseli. Lle delfrydol i'r rhai sydd yn ceisio llonyddwch. Croeso Cynnes.
This former shepherd's cottage snuggles in a cluster of protective trees completely alone in the midst of the Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire. Within sight of the holiday cottage is the hill of Carn Meini where the famous bluestones used at Stonehenge came from and the seventy foot stone circle at Gors Fawr.
If you are seeking total peace and seclusion with the benefits of a sympathetic renovation of an idyllic traditional cottage, this is for you.
A track leads from the mountain road to the cottage which has a protective shroud of trees behind and a stone wall in front.
Cable Cottage is a truly unique property in a superb north Pembrokeshire cliff top location. It was originally one of the tiny stone cable huts used when telephone cables were first laid across the Atlantic. The local owners have taken great care when renovating the cottage to retain the character and charm throughout. The holiday cottage is extremely well appointed, which is apparent immediately upon entry.
It is an exceptional location commanding spectacular panoramic sea views over Fishguard Harbour, out towards the Irish Sea and along the dramatic coastline towards Dinas Head.
Guests will enjoy walking the Coastal Path which is just one field away, and can be approached through the owner's farmland below the cottage. This is an excellent base to explore a selection of sandy beaches and coves which are renowned for some of the best swimming and surfing in the County.
Enjoying a secluded spot in the north Pembrokeshire countryside, this recently renovated detached holiday bungalow provides excellent accommodation in a lovely location.
The village of Boncath is half a mile away and has a pub (The Boncath Inn) which serves food and a well stocked shop.
Cardigan is 6 miles and Crymych is 4 miles - they offer a larger selection of individual shops and a leisure centre. Also 4 miles is Cenarth where you can see salmon leaping in March/April and enjoy excellent salmon and sea trout fishing on the Teifi. Horse riding and farm parks close by.
There is a good selection of beaches within a 20 minute drive and the Preseli hills are great for walkers as well as the coastal path.
Set within the heart of the Cardiganshire countryside, this large detached cottage and barn conversion is an excellent choice for birdwatchers and ramblers alike. Equally suitable for families who simply wish to relax in a remote and stunning setting, with large gardens and nearby forestry to explore.
The property has lots of character, reflecting the fact that it has been a well-loved home from home for many years. It is furnished in a traditional style and sleeps up to eight.
Within walking distance the nearby hills afford superb panaromic views of Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia National Park. Local sites of interest are the gold mines (seasonal opening) at Dolaucothi dating back to Roman times, and Llyn Brianne reservoir near Tregaron.
Lampeter is about 4 miles away, and the attractive coastal towns of Aberaeron and New Quay just over half an hour's drive. The Fishers Arms is an excellent pub in Cellan, on the way to Lampeter.
A lovely detached cottage just a couple of miles from Bryngwran and Rhosneigr on the west coast of Anglesey which is famous for its beautiful sandy beaches and lovely walks, spectacular cliffs, watersports, windsurfing, fishing, sailing, sand yachting, wreck diving, kitesurfing and golf.
There are several pubs, restaurants and shops in the villages, and Valley, Llangefni, Holyhead, Beaumaris, Caernarfon and the city of Bangor are all within a half hour drive. You could try a boat trip to Puffin Island to see nesting puffins and guillemots. On the mainland Llandudno, Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula are all within an hour's drive.
This pretty cottage is situated off a quiet road in beautiful countryside and has recently been refitted to provide all modern comforts.