A spacious semi-detached house situated in the thriving village of Llanrhystud, just one mile from the beach and nine miles from Aberystwyth.
This lovely cottage is the perfect base for families or friends looking to be within easy reach of a variety of excursions and outdoor activities.
Set over two floors, there’s two sitting rooms meaning that there’s plenty of space for everyone to relax, plus the well-equipped kitchen has all that you need, and completing the ground floor is a dining room and walk in wet room/shower room.
After a fun-filled day, make your way up the stairs where you’re guaranteed a good night’s sleep in the four comfortable bedrooms, and there’s also a bathroom on this floor.
Outside, you can sit on the patio and relax with a cup of coffee, or take a short walk to the beach and marvel at the view around the coastline to the Llyn Peninsula and Bardsey Island on the horizon.
You’re ideally placed to explore the stunning coastline of Cardigan Bay, and within driving distance is the popular Victorian beach resort of Aberystwyth, where you can spend the day enjoying the beachfront, or you may wish to take a trip on the funicular railway.
The area offers numerous outdoor activities, such as boat trips, where you may be lucky enough to spot dolphins, and walks along the the Wales Coastal Path.
Also within reach are the harbour town of Aberaeron, the National Trust property of Llanerchaeron and the traditional seaside resort of New Quay.
An ideal base for exploring all that this part of Wales has to offer.
Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 2 x single (one with basin). Bathroom with corner bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Dining room. Two sitting rooms.
About the location
Aberaeron 7 miles; Aberystwyth 9 miles.
This small village is scattered along the A487, with part of the famous Welsh Coastal Path actually running down one of the little roads leading to the coast. With a pub serving food, a caravan park with a clubhouse and restaurant, a convenience store and garage plus Post Office, this friendly Welsh village is an ideal base. There is a popular 18 hole golf course with driving range in the village, riding schools and a farm park and an array of little coves and larger seaside villages also nearby. The university town of Aberystwyth is also close by and well-worth visiting. This is a great base for exploring this rugged Welsh coastline, ideal for enjoying walking and cycling, visiting Devil’s Bridge Waterfalls, trying some watersports or taking boat trips. The choice is endless and will be enjoyed by all.