This charming, detached 19th century stone cottage stands in the small rural village of Llanafan near to Devil's Bridge in Mid Wales.
This Llanafan cottage has been carefully renovated to create a welcoming, cosy atmosphere and it is surrounded by beautiful wooded hills and green fields, which help make it a perfect location situated between the Cambrian Mountains and the Cardigan Bay coastline.
The accommodation at this Mid Wales cottage consists of three first floor bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen and a cosy sitting room with the benefit of a woodburning stove.
This Wales holiday cottage has two fully-enclosed lawned gardens and a delightful front patio perfect for dining alfresco while watching red kites and buzzards soar overhead.
It also offers a discreet side patio benefiting from a superior hot tub to seat all your party, with convenient access to a pleasant garden changing room with shower facilities.
What a wonderful way to relax after a long day exploring the local countryside!
This delightful Llanafan cottage is enclosed by stunning countryside, which is renowned for its walking, mountain biking and birdwatching, as well as wonderful beaches to the west and the Cambrian Mountains to the east.
A magnificent location for a peaceful and relaxing holiday in a beautiful part of Wales.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x 4' double, 1 x single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove and patio doors to garden with hot tub. External changing room and utility.
About the location
Devil’s Bridge 5 miles; Aberystwyth 10 miles.
Llanafan is a small, pretty village situated in a beautiful rural location north of the River Ystwyth. It nestles between the Cambrian Mountains and the stunning Cardigan Bay coastline and is only ten miles from the popular seaside town of Aberystwyth and eleven miles from the market town of Tregaron. Five miles away is Devil’s Bridge which has been a tourist attraction for centuries and was celebrated by author George Borrow who wrote Wild Wales in 1854. Devil's Bridge is served by the Devil's Bridge railway station on the historic narrow-gauge Vale of Rheidol Railway, which provides wonderful scenery along the ride to the coast. Four miles in the opposite directions brings you to the Hafod forest estate, with its restored walled garden and a number of way-marked, landscaped walks for all ability levels. Visit Robbers Cave to discover a waterfall carved into a cave, or wander higher up into the valley for some incredible views. This whole area boasts stunning scenery and wildlife and is renowned for walking, cycling, fishing and bird watching as well as trips to the beautiful Cardigan Bay coastline with its wild cliffs and sandy beaches.