Nestled in the heart of the charming market town of Cardigan, a short distance from the dramatic Pembrokeshire coastline, rests this characterful four-storey holiday home, No.18 Ebens Lane.
Centrally positioned within close proximity to a host of amenities and attractions and enjoying easy touring distance to both the coast and county of Mid Wales, No.18 Ebens Lane makes for a lovely escape for both families and friends alike, whatever time of year.
Be charmed by the traditional character of the delightful open-plan living space as you step over the threshold and enter into your new home-from-home, well-presented with a rustic whitewashed fireplace and exposed stonework, providing a snug and homely setting to kick off your shoes and settle down in front of the television.
Head through to the nearby kitchen, well-equipped with a range of amenities including an electric oven and hob and make use of the facilities provided to prepare a heart-warming meal before gathering together at the dining table to indulge.
In the warmer months, take your experience outdoors with a spot of alfresco dining in the peaceful setting of your very own private garden; a lovely spot to soak in the last of the evening sun with a crisp glass of wine.
When the evening draws to a close, climb the stairs to the first-floor where you'll discover the first of two bedrooms, fit with twin beds offering a zip/link feature making for a flexible sleeping arrangement, alongside the family bathroom.
Nestled on the second-floor is a delightful double bedroom, decorated with a skylight for a bright and airy space.
Take a break from doing the cooking and head into the centre of Cardigan where you'll find the elegant restaurant, Yr Hen Printworks, perfect for treating your loved ones to a cocktail and a delicious spot of tapas, or for a more relaxed affair, savour fresh fish and chips as you stroll along the banks of Afon Teifi.
Treat yourself to a spot of retail therapy and browse the quirky stalls at Cardigan Guildhall Market or discover the fascinating local history with a tour of the 12th-century remains of Cardigan Castle.
For a fun-filled day at the beach, head to Poppit Sands Beach, adorned with glorious golden sand backed by sand dunes, providing a tranquil spot to bask in the sun's rays, dip your toes in the refreshing waters, or try your hand at something new with a lesson in body boarding.
If you'd prefer to stay on land, head to the Welsh Wildlife Centre, where you can follow the nature trails through the wetland of Teifi Marsh Nature Reserve, keeping your eye out for birds and otters en route, before finishing the day in style with a slice of homemade cake with a panoramic view across the Teifi River from the on-site Glasshouse Café.
With all of this and more, make unforgettable memories with a stay at No.18 Ebens Lane.