“excellent value, good location for exploring west wales”Stayed here early March 2015, easy to find location on A482. Overall very spacious and only about 15 minute walk into Lampeter along one road. Decor is very good, minor irritation with the shower which is a tad awkward to use but otherwise no issues, I have stayed in numerous rentals and this is certainly one of the better ones. The owner does live next door but you will not hear them unless you are in the kitchen area so do not let this put you off, I didn't see them in the week I was at the ...Stayed here early March 2015, easy to find location on A482. Overall very spacious and only about 15 minute walk into Lampeter along one road. Decor is very good, minor irritation with the shower which is a tad awkward to use but otherwise no issues, I have stayed in numerous rentals and this is certainly one of the better ones. The owner does live next door but you will not hear them unless you are in the kitchen area so do not let this put you off, I didn't see them in the week I was at the property. Definately would recommend.
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
Lampeter 1 mile.
This is a stunning property in the village of Cwmann, created as an annexe to the owner's home, which was formerly a pub, and offers very spacious accommodation throughout.
The entrance hall, with superb shower room, welcomes you into this Lampeter cottage for the start of your wonderful holiday.
Guests can then enter into the very large sitting room with comfy seating set around a gas fire, where you can relax and unwind whilst enjoying 3D TV and films.
The conservatory style seating area is open from this charming L-shaped sitting room and is where a quiet cuppa can be enjoyed with views over the patio and garden.
A superbly-equipped kitchen, which has Portmeirion pottery, with a dining area completes the ground floor accommodation.
From the hall take the carpeted stairs directly into an exquisite bedroom with a super king-size bed, comfy chairs and a settee plus a unique dormer window which can be opened out to create a Juliet balcony.
In fact this is such a delightful room, you may well spend as much time here during waking hours as you do in the wonderful sitting rooms.
Guests can enjoy alfresco dining in the rear garden or wander down in to Lampeter to enjoy tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and the quirky little shops.
With a short drive to the South Wales coastline you can enjoy the coastal path, the wonderful beaches or stay in the countryside for scenic walks, cycling and maybe even a day at the nearby seasonal trotting racing.
Whatever you are looking for you can enjoy a holiday all year round at this luxurious Lampeter cottage and be more than tempted to return again and again.Read more
One super king-size double bedroom with Juliet balcony and en-suite basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with rain shower and basin. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room leading to conservatory.
- Gas central heating
- Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, 3D TV with basic Sky, WiFi, DVD/CD, selection of books, games, DVDs and 3D films
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Large decked patio with furniture and BBQ, plus raised lawned areas
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 1 mile, pub 8 mins walk
- Note: This property only accepts children under 2 years old
- Note: Dogs to be kept on leads outdoors due to direct access onto road
- Note: Owner can offer laundry service if required
- Note: Property is next to an A road so traffic noise will be heard when outdoors
- Note: Mobile phone signal is intermittent.
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 also boasts a museum, a patchwork 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 a short drive 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.
Note: This property only accepts children under 5 years old.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute