Lampeter 4.5 miles.
A superb example of an old school conversion, this exquisite Lampeter cottage forms part of the owners' home, set high on the hill above the village of Llanfair Clydogau, with far-reaching countryside views which can be enjoyed from the hot tub.
The owners have thoughtfully converted this fine building to offer high-quality cottage accommodation throughout, with solid wood flooring, character open beams and beautiful large arched windows which pour plenty of light into the whole of this cottage near Lampeter.
The open plan living space is excellently equipped, and offers a great space to enjoy each other's company while cooking, dining and relaxing.
This cottage near Lampeter also has a superb sound system which can be enjoyed in any of the rooms, including the bathroom.
A solid wood stairway leads to the two very comfortable bedrooms in this cottage near Lampeter, one with a TV and both with large skylight windows and character open beams.
The ground floor bathroom is very spacious and offers a rain shower over the bath.
Delighted with the interior of this Lampeter holiday cottage, you will be equally pleased with the garden, where alfresco dining or a quiet drink can be enjoyed while taking in the far-reaching countryside views.
There is even a luxurious hot tub to relax in after a day spent exploring the area.
The space is also great for younger ones to use up a bit of energy.
Walks or cycle rides from the doorstep of this cottage near Lampeter will be both invigorating and scenic, through country lanes or alongside the river.
The university town of Lampeter is a short drive away, with its range of small shops, tea rooms, pubs, fortnightly local produce markets and much more.
Enjoy the magnificent Welsh coastline, explore castles and old mills or just enjoy the views from your cottage near Lampeter.
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'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 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.