Llanwnnen 2.9 miles.
A delightful cottage situated in the sleepy village of Cwrt-newydd, just three miles from LLanwnnen near Lampeter.
Providing flexible accommodation, this is a perfect base for family and friends who are looking for somewhere tranquil to retreat to after a day exploring the fantastic beaches of Cardigan Bay.
The comfortable sitting room provides a cosy space to relax in front of the multi-fuel stove in the evenings, and also includes a sofa bed and a welcoming dining area, with an exposed feature stone wall and a table large enough to sit all guests.
There is a spacious and well-equipped kitchen featuring a lovely decorative range cooker, and Belfast sink, which leads through to a modern, ground floor family bathroom.
Upstairs, are two stylishly dressed and furnished bedrooms; one double bedroom benefiting from a king-size double bed, as well as a pretty twin room with a lovely white stone wall.
Completing the accommodation is the fantastic benefit of a rear gravelled courtyard with decked area, where you can relax with a glass of something cool at the end of a busy day of sightseeing.
The property benefits from rear access so that bikes can be kept undercover by the logstore.
The lovely walks and cycling routes offer some of the most scenic countryside, or travel to the nearby coastline for coastal walks, days on the beach and wonderful days out in picturesque coastal towns of Aberaeron or New Quay, where you can take boat trips to see the dolphins or try the watersports on offer.
Whatever you are looking for, this traditional Welsh cottage provides all the right ingredients for a truly memorable holiday.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with multi-fuel stove, sofa bed and dining area.
About the location
Lampeter 3 miles; Carmarthen 20 miles; Aberystwyth 25 miles.
The small village of Llanwnnen is positioned in the Teifi Valley, surrounded by green pastures, with local amenities including a pub, garage and convenience store. The university town of Lampeter, just three miles away, 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 easily reached 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, this is a great base to enjoy a holiday all year round.