Nestled at Clarach Bay near the thriving town of Aberystwyth is this cosy log cabin with stunning, panoramic vistas engulfing the area.
Walk up a few steps and into the property from the front where you will be welcomed into a homely, neutrally styled open-plan living room with comfortable seating for you to fully relax into your well-deserved holiday.
At the dining table you can enjoy a card game after dinner or socialise over a delicious meal.
A galley-style kitchen awaits you just off from the main interior space, neatly packed, yet just what you need by means of cooking essentials.
The family bathroom rests at the end of the kitchen hosting a nautical theme which coincides with the name of this idyllic little retreat in Mid Wales.
The bedrooms are of a simple design yet offer comfy beds in which to enjoy a peaceful nights' sleep.
Outside, the small veranda enjoys far reaching picturesque views out across the bay and over the Irish Sea to the horizon, the cool waters glisten in the summer sunshine and draw in a whispering coastal breeze.
Sit out with a nice glass of wine and watch the world go by from this elevated position.
A five minute walk away is the delightful sandy shores of Clarach Bay and the on-site facilities are to be used at your leisure.
Head into Aberystwyth, whether you enjoy a delightful stroll along the Ceredigion Coast Path or drive in for the day, this vibrant town offers much to see and do for the whole family.
Take a trip on the steam railway to Devil's Bridge or delight in the array of tea rooms, pubs and shops, the old ruins of the castle grounds are an idyllic 13th century landmark from which to behold panoramic views of the shoreline.
Enjoy this lovely little hideaway in a wonderful area of Wales.
All ground floor up three steps to property. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x children's bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Open-plan living room with dining area.
About the location
Borth 7 miles; Aberaeron 16 miles.
The university town of Aberystwyth, on the west coast of Wales, offers a wide variety of shops, restaurants, pubs, tea rooms, museums, cinema, the National Library of Wales and a promenade on the sea front. The scenic 20 mile cycle route and footpath on the Ystwyth Trail, linking Aberystwyth to Tregaron, follows a wonderful woodland and river. A trip on the steam railway from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge is a great way to visit the falls. The seaside resort of Borth is 7 miles away, with 3 miles of sandy beach and the 'Animalarium' to keep all ages amused. With the cliff-top ruins of Aberystwyth castle close by, Welsh craft centres and stunning countryside to explore, this is a perfect base for a family holiday.