A striking Grade II listed house, a former master mariner's house, with a wealth of period features, in the Georgian style popular in the area.
Set on the edge of the coastal village of Llanon, on the A487, just a short walk to the sweeping beaches of Cardigan Bay, this lovely holiday home is a perfect location for groups to enjoy time together in the spacious accommodation.
The cottage is close to various coastal towns and villages and beautiful walks along the Wales Coast Path and the many beautiful beaches and coves.
Set over two floors, there are three comfortable bedrooms, and a family bathroom on a split-level first floor, off a striking staircase.
There's a well-equipped kitchen, with a small seating area to enjoy an early morning cup of coffee, leading out onto a small patio and peaceful garden.
A separate dining room gives you the chance to enjoy leisurely meals together; perhaps retire to the sitting room and relax in front of the TV after a busy day exploring Cardigan Bay.
Outside, you can sit in the pretty garden with distant views towards the hills, on the patio and lawned area where you can enjoy a cool drink and plan the evening’s entertainment.
The local beach at Cardigan Bay is a five-minute walk, a mixture of pebbles and sand at low tide, providing a fabulously quiet stretch of coastline.
You're ideally placed to explore the wonderful coastline of the bay with various beaches and coves stretching for miles in both directions and linked by the Wales Coast Path.
Aberaeron, a Regency seaside harbour town is great to visit, with its pastel-coloured houses, boutique-style shopping, cafes, restaurants and popular honey ice cream.
New Quay offers a traditional seaside experience or why not explore the smaller coves and catch a glimpse of the resident wildlife, with the area being famed for its local dolphins and seal populations?
The area also offers numerous outdoor activities such as boat trips, coasteering, river and sea fishing, as well as being a short drive from the Cambrian Mountains, offering pony trekking or daily opportunity to witness the spectacle of the red kites being fed at Nant yr Arian.
Slightly further afield, to the north, you will find the popular town of Aberystwyth, with a huge selection of days out.
Take a steam train to Devil’s Bridge with its breathtaking waterfalls, ride the funicular railway up Constitution Hill or perhaps sit as dusk falls and catch the stunning murmuration of the local starlings that roost off the Victorian pier.
This light and airy property is ideal for groups to spend time together, close to Cardigan Bay with stunning walks, yet still being just a short drive from lovely restaurants, pubs and a fantastic choice of diverse days out.