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Nevern is a characterful, yellow painted cottage resting in Pontgarreg near Llangrannog, Sir Ceredigion. (Ref. 1149540)
- Off-road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Washing machine
7 nights from £357
Set in the beautiful county of Ceredigion and set along the Wales Coast Path is the charming seaside village of Llangrannog. Surrounded by breath-taking scenery, a variety of scenic walking trails, and home to a beautiful beach. You’re sure to have a relaxing stay in one of these Llangrannog cottages.
Why Llangrannog Holiday Cottages
All the delights of this wonderful Mid Wales village lie right on the doorstep of your Llangrannog accommodation. When the sun is shining, head down to Llangrannog Beach, popular with families and surfers, thanks to its golden sands and clear waters. It is no surprise it has been awarded Blue Flag status!
Fancy trying something new during your stay in one of these Llangrannog cottages? Spend an afternoon at Llangrannog Ski Centre, where you can ski and snowboard with exceptional views of Cardigan Bay. Or if you want to get your walking boots on, embark on a hike along the iconic Wales Coast Path or the less challenging circular walk around the headland of Ynys Lochtyn.
These Llangrannog cottages are just paces away from the town’s good selection of welcoming pubs and cafes, including The Beach Hut where you can tuck-in to a variety of Welsh dishes.
Places to Visit from Llangrannog Cottages?
From these places to stay in Llangrannog you can easily explore West Wales’s stunning coastline, as well as its pretty towns and villages.
Spend a day in New Quay, where you can visit the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre, hook your catch of the day along New Quay Pier, tuck-in to fresh seafood at The Lime Crab. Or for a truly unique day out, go on a dolphin spotting boat trip.
These Llangrannog cottages have easy access to Aberaeron, home to a picturesque harbour, the delightful eateries of The Stubborn Ducking and The Hive, and a lovely rock and shingle beach. Or make a pit stop in Aberystwyth, where you can delve into history at the Amgueddfa Ceredigion Museum, visit the fascinating Aberystwyth Castle Grounds, or hop aboard the Vale of Rheidol Railway to enjoy a relaxing 12-mile ride through woodlands and hills.
History buffs will not want to miss out on a visit to Cardigan, where you will find the historic Cardigan Castle. Or take the short drive over to St Dogmaels to visit the striking St Dogmaels Abbey.
Types of Llangrannog Accommodation
Looking for places to stay in Llangranog with that extra special something? You’re sure to love these cottages with stunning views, holiday cottages with pools, cottages with hot tubs, and cottages with a woodburner.
Begin your West Wales adventure today and get in touch with Coast & Country Holidays to secure your stay in one of these Llangrannog cottages!