Aberaeron 6.5 miles.
A former Welsh longhouse, this lovely semi-detached cottage is situated adjacent to the owner’s property, on a smallholding, down a country lane, on the outskirts of the village of Cilcennin in Ceredigion, Wales.
This comfy cottage is ideal for families and couples looking to enjoy the local rural countryside, or perhaps just sit and relax in the sunny garden, plus dogs are very welcome to stay at this delightful holiday home.
The accommodation at this cottage comprises a bright kitchen, leading into a spacious sitting room with woodburner, and a dining area where you can relax whilst planning the days ahead.
This lovely room opens out into a spacious conservatory with comfy seating, ideal to enjoy reading a book whilst having an early morning cup of tea.
The conservatory opens directly into the fully enclosed garden, with lovely views across the owner's meadows.
The garden is perfect for the dogs to run off any remaining energy after a day exploring the local area.
As well as being able to enjoy a myriad of local walks from the door, the whole area offers a wide variety of outdoor activities including dolphin and wildlife spotting boat trips.
Alternatively, take a trip to Cors Caron which has established peat bogs, is rich in wildlife and accessed via raised boardwalks.
There are great opportunities for fishing, horse riding and golf locally, and the cottage is only five miles from the nearest beach and the Wales Coast Path, with the chance to explore some amazing bays and scenery.
There is a vineyard four miles away and the Regency harbour town of Aberaeron, with its multi-coloured houses, is also a few miles away and a lovely place to spend a day.
Take a look in the boutique style shops or sit on the harbourside and spend the afternoon crabbing off the harbour wall.
You are perfectly based to explore the sweeping coastline of Cardigan Bay with Penbryn, nearly a mile long, or Llangrannog which is a thriving seaside village with imposing rock formations.
Slightly further afield, why not try panning for gold at the National Trust’s Dolaucothi Gold Mines, or travel a little further and explore the countryside and abundant wildlife.
You can see daily red kite feeding at Bwlch Nant Yr Arian forest and recreation centre!
This comfortable cottage is an ideal base from which to explore this lovely part of the country.
Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £200.