- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Three bedrooms 1 x king size bed with en suite shower cubicle, 1 x double bed 1 x twin rooms
- 1 x ground floor family bathroom with shower over bath, Wash basin and WC
- Kitchen with Dining area
- Living room with original rafts and beams
- Ceramic hob, electric oven and a dishwasher, automatic washing machine, tumble dryer, hoover, ironing board and an iron, pine dining table and matching chairs, digital TV, CD player, electric wood-burner style stove
- Bedlinen and Towels are provided
- Ample parking for cars and boats
- Small charcoal BBQ
- Children are welcome to play ball games or have a picnic in the adjacent 5-acre field subject to crops or grazing animals
- A low wooden fence surrounds the cottage
- One small well-behaved pet is welcome by arrangement (additional charge applies)
Set overlooking a wooded valley a few miles from the coast and the beaches of Aberporth and Tresaith, this spacious barn conversion makes an ideal relaxing holiday retreat for all the family.
There are ample woodland walks around the property where the wildlife abounds and in spring the wildflowers grow in profusion.A trout stream runs through the fields of the farm land where the owner has fishing rights.This single storey barn conversion was once the original cowshed and has now been sympathetically converted by the local owners offering charming holiday accommodation.
About the location
Aberaeron 17 miles; Fishguard 22 miles; Carmarthen 30 miles; Tenby 33 miles; Aberystwyth 35 miles.
The bustling market town of Cardigan in Ceredigion is set on the River Teifi and offers an array of shops, both unique local producers and larger chain stores, as well as tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and an impressive ruined castle. Surrounding Cardigan is beautiful countryside, whilst the rugged Pembrokeshire coastline is just a few miles away. You have the opportunity to visit the Cardigan Island Farm Park, wonderful Blue Flag sandy beaches like the National Trust beach Mwnt, take a boat trip to spot dolphins and seals, or horse riding at the friendly Dyfed Riding Centre. For keen cyclists take a trip on the National Cycle Route, Number 82. The nearby Preseli Mountains offer wonderful walking and cycling, with some stunning views and an ancient stone monument. Within driving distance is the town of Carmarthen, Dylan Thomas' Boat House in Laugharne, Oakwood Theme Park, Blue Lagoon indoor waterpark, Folly Farm Zoo and the Welsh Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran, as well as an array of castles, mills and craft centres. Cardigan is an excellent base for exploring this part of Wales.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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