Lampeter 3 miles.
This wonderful, semi-detached holiday cottage, converted from an old barn, is located next to the owners’ farmhouse on a working sheep farm, in beautiful open countryside.
With high quality furnishings and decor, this Lampeter cottage offers a little bit of luxury for families and friends wishing to stay in Wales together.
The spacious open plan living area has everything that the cook in your party will need to produce fine family meals, which can be enjoyed around the dining table or on the decked patio outside.
For cooler evenings, settle in front of the roaring woodburner or unwind in your own space in one of the superbly-presented bedrooms.
The master bedroom, with its sumptuous four poster bed and Juliet balcony, encourages an early night with a book, with views available across the quiet, surrounding countryside.
Spend relaxing hours on the lawn while the younger ones enjoy the swings, slide, sandpit and a game of basketball or stroll through the owners’ fields where you will discover the ruins of a Roman fort.
The nearby University town of Lampeter beckons for afternoon teas, a taste of local produce at the regular markets and riverside walks.
Explore castles, museums, old mills and craft centres or soak up the feeling of freedom afforded on the coastal path, where you can often spot dolphins.
On sunny summer days or wild and windy winter ones, Ceredigion’s spectacular coastline is one of the finest choices for a day out.
Whatever is planned, you will look forward to returning to this charming Lampeter cottage.
Three bedrooms: 1 x four poster double with TV and Juliet balcony, 1 x twin, 1 x single with pull-out stacker bed. Bathroom with corner Jacuzzi bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner. Utility.
About the location
Carmarthen 23 miles; Aberystwyth 25 miles; Cardigan 29 miles.
Lampeter is the smallest and oldest university town in Wales, and boasts a fine selection of small, locally-owned shops. It's also home to a museum, a Welsh quilt museum and has a wealth of unique tea rooms, pubs and restaurants, regular markets and a fine food festival. Surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and rivers, the area is ideal for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers. The lovely market town of Llandovery and picturesque Aberaeron Harbour are both just short drives away and the nearby Dolaucothi Gold Mines are well worth a visit. The coastlines of Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire are also within a short drive offering spectacular sandy beaches, superb coastal walks and the opportunity to venture out on boat trips to spot some dolphins in their natural habitat. From ancient castles to modern theme parks, Lampeter is a great base to enjoy a holiday all year round.