- Hot tub
- Four poster bed
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Llandysul 1 mile. A detached, luxurious, single-storey cottage, in a spacious courtyard location, lovingly transformed by the owner from a farm dairy to a superb Llandysul holiday cottage. Overlooking wonderful open countryside and the owner's donkey sanctuary this Llandysul cottage retains all the vaulted ceilings with open beams throughout, and boasts spacious, light and airy rooms including a delightful sitting room with welcoming woodburner for cooler evenings, and three charming bedrooms, one with a four poster and en-suite. Pop outside this Llandysul cottage to use the large hot tub on a pretty decked area, or, for the more energetic, there is the shared use of a gym. Walks from this Llandysul cottage take you through the most scenic countryside, while local working mills and an array of castles can be discovered in the area. With the coastlines of Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire within easy reach, this is a superb Llandysul cottage at any time of the year.
All ground floor with some internal steps. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size four poster double with en-suite shower, basin & WC, 1 x twin (zip/link, can be super king-size double by prior arrangement), 1 x king-size double. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, basin & WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar (seats 6). Shared use of separate utility. Sitting room (seats 8) with dining area (seats 8), two sofa beds & woodburner.
Oil central heating with woodburner. Electric oven, halogen hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, 2 tumble dryers and 2 large drinks fridges in shared utility, dishwasher, 50" TV with YouView, DVD, books/games/DVDs, WiFi. Fuel, power & starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 3 cars. Enclosed slate patios to front & rear with furniture & BBQ. Sole use of an 8-seater hot tub (supplement applicable all year round of £50 per week or cost for short break is £10 per day up to a max. of £50 for hot tub use, payable direct to owner upon arrival), shared decked area. Shared use of gym/sauna, table tennis & utility (shared with 2 other holiday cottages on site). Six well-behaved pets welcome at £20 pppw. Sorry, no smoking. Shop & pub 1 mile. Note: There are 3 steps between sitting room & kitchen, and from kitchen to bedrooms. Less mobile access on all levels. Note: Children aged 14 & over only (no infants). Note: No hen & stag parties. Note: Owner runs a B&B on site - can offer catering for cottage guests at additional cost. Note: Water (inc. drinking water) is spring water from owner's own fully inspected bore hole. Note: Check in time at this property is 5pm. Note: This property can be booked with ref: 7264 to accommodate up to 12 people. When booked together the owner will offer a 20% discount off the weekly rental at Miller's Cottage. Note: The owner requires a £200 refundable Good Housekeeping bond for parties of 7 or 8.
Note: Children aged 14 & over only (no infants).
- “Will Definitely Return”
- “Stayed in The Dairy for one week, with another couple and 2 dogs. Kate met us as we arrived and showed us around. The barn conversion is gorgeous equipped with everything you need. There are 3 good sized bedrooms, the bedding was lovely, and the beds so comfortable. Bathroom was huge and the en suite was fab too. Loved using the woodburner and use of one of the hot tubs is exclusive to The Dairy, so this was perfect for us! Surroundings are stunning and the little town nearby was not very far to travel to and had supermarket there. Have a meal at the Daffodil, this was lush! Kate will recommend places to visit and places to eat at, but she leaves you to it, so you feel like you have the place to yourself. Definitely would love to return some time as this was such a relaxing break, and just what we needed! Sorry its taken so long to write this review...kept meaning to & finally sat down to do it, as started thinking about when next to book :)”
- “Lovely relaxing stay”
- “We stayed at the Diary the first week in August, visiting were myself, my partner, my brother and his partner and my 15yr old daughter and her friend, we also had four dogs between us. The location is remote enough to feel you are out of the way, with beautiful scenery but close enough to the village to pop out in the car for supplies and takeaways. The Diary was perfect for us, three bedrooms, with the most comfortable beds I've ever slept on, we all commented on how well we slept in them. The kitchen/lounge was spacious and well equiped, big screen tv, dvds, kitchen had all the appliances you need and the whole place was tiled which was perfect for the dogs. There was a seperate building which housed the washing machine and dryer plus an extra fridge which we only used for bottles of pop as the one in the kitchen was big enough. In addition there is a small gym with pool table and sauna plus a really nice large hot tub for sole use by whoever rents The Diary, the other hot tub was shared between the two other cottages. The hot tub got plenty of use, it was always hot and clean and the views were excellent, four of us sat in it with plenty of room, we did manage five one night but my partner is 6ft 4" and very broad so we couldn't have fitted a sixth person in. The village has chinese, indian and pizza takeaways plus a chip shop and a pub which does fairly standard pub food. We could leave the back door of the cottage open as there was an enclosed patio area which was great for the dogs, the view across the field which was home to the donkeys was lovely and it was nice to pop down and feed them the odd carrot during the week. We were really lucky with the weather, it was mainly sunshine so we travelled to the beaches a couple of days, we found a dog friendly beach about half an hour away at Aberporth which was small, fairly quiet and which also had a nice stream running through it, great fish and chip cafe which was busy but worth the wait. If you like horse riding we can recommend Saddle Tramps which is in Lampeter, its difficult to find but it was worth it when we got there, we are all novice riders so it was only an hour's trek but I believe they do longer ones for the more experienced rider. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to stay in that area, the only draw back I could find was that really you do need a car to get to the village as the only route there seems to be by walking down the road which is narrow, no path and quite steep, we had a close call with a tractor which was driving up the middle of the road when we came round the corner one afternoon, if you want to be able to walk to a local pub then this would be a problem. I was worried the teenagers would get bored but they thoroughly enjoyed the holiday, having wifi in the cottage certainly helped keep them enterained in the evening. One final recommendation, if you are on 02 there is no signal in the area, we spent the week communicating with family via facebook!”
- “Excellent standard of accommodation!”
- “We did our grocery shopping on line (Tesco) & had it delivered to the accommodation, the nearest supermarket is over 18 miles away. A trip to Mwnt is a must, beautiful scenery and coastal path walks, enjoyed watching the seals & dolphins. Dogs are not allowed on the beach but fine on the walks.”
- “A quiet and peaceful part of Wales”
- “The accommodation was of a high standard, very clean & the owners Katie & Andy were most helpful & always available. The Hot tub was blissful & maintained daily. Our BMD Bayley was made welcome & enjoyed the place every much as we did. The location was ideal for setting off on our daily sight seeing tours. A truly wonderful break.”
- “Gorgeous accommodation, the website and pictures don't do it justice. Hot tub amazing. Location good, quiet but lots in easy access including very nice beaches! Would recommend to anyone, whether for a romantic quiet stay in the smaller accommodation they have available also or for a good time wtih a group of friends. LOVED it!!”
- “Really enjoyable week at The Dairy”
- “Me and my husband along with two close friends and our two dogs stayed for a week at The Diairy. We arrived to a warm welcome by Kate who showed us around. Kate also recommended local places to visit and local restaurants. She had a friendly manner and was had plenty of information about the surrounding area. The property was clean, tidy and spacious. There were plenty of amenities and everything was of a decent quality. Luckily for us there were no others renting the other holiday cottages which meant the dogs were given free rein of the front yard. However if we hadn't had use of this area for the dogs there was a lovely courtyard out the back for them. We enjoyed the use of the hot tub, which was clean however did drop to 34' a couple of times, which I would not say was enjoyable and so quickly got out. There were some great walks within a couple of miles of the property which for us keen walkers and the dogs was great. The area was very pretty and very quiet which was lovely. Overall the holiday was enjoyable and the owners were friendly. We would return again.”
- “Beautiful rental”
- “The accomodation itself was beautiful, decorated well and had everything we needed. Enjoyed the hot tub!! Location was great, i would definatley recommend the small pub 1.5 miles down the road - doesnt look like much but the food is amazing! Overall, a brilliant place to stay although the female owner was slightly full-on.”
- “The landlady was very welcoming, friendly and helpful. The cottage itself was lovely, well equipped and in a great location. The dogs loved it and we thoroughly enjoyed our week.”
- “Location and hot tub were fantastic. The Dairy was lovely and spacious. The kitchen was really well equipped. We loved the donkeys! Our dogs were made very welcome too.”
About the location
Cardigan 13 miles.
Llandysul is a vibrant village with a selection of shops, tea rooms and pubs, and even its own canoeing club. Visit nearby New Quay or one of the numerous beaches on the Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire or Pembrokeshire coastline. Boat trips to spot dolphins, whitewater rafting or a trip on a steam railway may appeal, or how about a day out to explore all the historic castles, mills and formal gardens? A wonderful base for touring this delightful area of Wales.