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Delyn Aur

Tresaith, Ceredigion, Mid Wales & Cardigan Bay (Ref. 1035755)

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  • Sleeps 5

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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Features

  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Seaside
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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16 Customer Reviews

  • "The location of Delyn Aur is stunning - sea views from the living room, kitchen and main bedroom, and a very short walk to be on the beautiful beach."

    It was also the perfect location to explore other beautiful surrounding areas. The house is fairly basic but that is reflected in the very reasonable price. No dishwasher so bear that in mind! Although it sleeps 6 I’d say it would be cramped with that many people, and there’s only one bathroom. It was perfect for 4 of us, two adults and 11 & 13 year olds. Took us a while to get the hang of the hot water - setting it on “twice” barely gave us one hot shower, heating is excellent and the house warms up very quickly when you put it on. Very responsive owner when we had a radiator glitch, although no toilet roll was ever delivered after arriving to virtually none! Overall a wonderful stay, we’d love to go back.

    Reviewed by CharlotteApr 2022

  • "The property is in a lovely position with fabulous views of the sea."

    It takes a while for the property to warm up but, once it does, it is cosy. The bathroom is modern but the rest of the property could do with updating. We would return.

    Reviewed by KarenFeb 2022

  • "Wonderful stay in the most beautiful location."

    Can’t wait to come back

    Reviewed by RichardFeb 2022

  • "What a fabulous location very close to Tresaith beach with lovely views from most windows."

    House lovely and warm with central heating (we were there in February and during storm Eunice). House is well equiped and comfortable. It could do with a minor refurb. Wi-Fi variable reception (BT fault not the owners). Excellent place to just relax or explore other secluded bays of the Cardiganshire coast. Overall, a very enjoyable property to stay in. Diolch yn fawr.

    Reviewed by HywelFeb 2022

  • "Overall this was a great place to stay."

    Obviously it is a work in progress but if any future changes are as good as the Bathroom refurb it will be a fantastic place. The view from the lounge and front bedroom is Amazing. The local pub is warm and welcoming. Only downside was the general cleanliness of the property on arrival

    Reviewed by DavidDec 2021

  • "The property was in an excellent location, however it was sadly let down by the poor cleaning service."

    There were dust balls in one corner of the lounge and when I moved a cushion, to tidy it , I found sweet papers, a stone and lots of sand. The bedding, towels etc were of a high standard. This property is obviously a work in progress and will eventually be superb... just not yet.

    Reviewed by LizDec 2021

  • "Fantastic weather, loved the improvement's to the bathroom, cottage was welcoming and homely."

    was lovely to have heating at the flick of a switch when it got chilly in the evenings.

    Reviewed by VictoriaAug 2021

  • "So lovely! Views are stunning, has everything needed and is obviously on its way to being modernised."

    Would stay here again anytime. Loved falling asleep to the sound of the sea.

    Reviewed by HannahAug 2021

  • "We stayed for 2 weeks and after 1st week realised there was no spare bed linen to change bed."

    Contacted owner who said that is all they provide but after further emails agreed to supply some. Also oven was really dirty and eventually found grill tray on top of fridge and also very dirty which we had to scrub before using. On the other hand the bathroom had been updated and was very good.

    Reviewed by DeniseJun 2021

  • "Have used SYKES COTTAGES before with no problem."

    This time BIG problems with key.You told us the key number 6821B in all correspondence even the week before we went there.Having travelled over 150 miles we got there tried the number in box positioned to the right of front window as instructed NO KEY in there.We tried to phone the two numbers given to us by yourselves but no answer.We kept ringing and leaving messages meanwhile getting increasingly worried about what we were going to do.We contacted our daughter who was trying to find somewhere for us to stay the night as we are in our late seventies and too tired to travel much further.EVENTUALLY we received a reply from the owners to say there was a new box left of window and number had been changed. Sara the owner said you had been informed of this but obviously had not passed the message on to us.NOT AT ALL IMPRESSED as not a good start to our holiday.

    Please accept our apologies for not notifying you of the change to the key safe code. The contact details given are correct and all future guests have been made aware of the new key code. Property Owner

    Reviewed by BarbaraMay 2021

  • "Very cosy, well equipped, clean house."

    Exactly what we were expecting from the pictures on line. The planned renovations didn’t detract in any way from our break. View of the sea is fabulous. Three minute walk to the pub, two minute walk to the beach. Great spot for seeing the area. Although we live only an hour away, we plan to return, and see more of Ceredigion.

    Reviewed by KarenMay 2021

  • "We thoroughly enjoyed our second stay in Delyn Aur."

    The cottage was well equipped and in the most stunning location with amazing views. Plenty of activities in the area to keep children busy, even teenage boys! Looking forward to our next stay.

    Reviewed by DavidApr 2021

  • "Amazing location very close to the beach."

    Bathroom has been refurbished and is great . Rest of property could do with some updating . Heating very efficient and wifi and tv great . We really enjoyed our stay and would return .

    Reviewed by ElizabethMar 2021

  • "Had a lovely break at the cottage in October, great location for coastal walks and nearby pubs which you can walk to, cottage was lovely and warm with lovely views of the sea and plenty of room to park cars, it is equipped with everything you need, we slept with the windows open and it was lovely to go to sleep listening to the waves!"

    In the summer you would be able to have your breakfast outside on the terrace furniture looking at the lovely view. The only negatives were the bathroom which could do with a refresh, the bottom three inches of the shower curtain had horrible brown/black mould on and the silicon sealer around the bath had black mould as did the top corner of the bathroom where the window has obviously not ben opened after people had showered, toilet seat was very loose and moved every time you sat on it which was a bit annoying. Also we felt the property did not have that "freshly cleaned smell" on arrival and looking under the sofas there was dust and a few conkers so they had not been moved for a while, bed linen did not have that freshly washed and conditioned smell. We rent a lot of holiday properties from various companies around the UK and Europe and we always leave what we feel is constructive criticism feedback, we are not over fussy people but a lick of paint in the bathroom and a bit longer spent on cleaning would make the property more pleasant to stay at. We would stay at the property again because of its location and hope it might have had a lick of paint throughout to freshen the property up by then. When we were departing the property the two male cleaners arrived and we informed them of the issues in the bathroom, they said the owner of the property was staying in the property the following week and they would inform him of our comments Bryn and Gill Jones Stayed 3-10th of October 2020

    Reviewed by BrynOct 2020

  • "I enjoyed my holiday - the cottage has fantastic views of the beach and sea parking was very good room for three cars."

    The house was warm and welcoming. I slept in the children's bunk bed and it was very comfy as were the other beds. There was plenty of bedding and soft furnishings. The Kitchen was well stocked with all the usual crockery and a slow cooker which came in handy. The only slight problem was with the bath which was a bit cramped but the owner has informed me this will be improved next year as I plan to rebook

    Reviewed by VictoriaAug 2020

  • "No towels for two people Heating system was run by diesel and gave off fumes !"

    would off been nice to have milk left for us as other Sykes cottages do more logs for woodburner would have been nice positive side the beds were very comfortable and ever thing clean

    In response to your feedback, we are so glad you found the beds comfortable as we replaced them at the beginning of February and hoped they would enable those staying to have a restful nights sleep. I'm sorry you were not left out any towels, this has been addressed with our changeover provider and will be made available for every booking. As for the boiler, it runs on domestic oil rather than diesel. We will look at improving ventilation from the cupboard to the outside. Milk and logs are difficult for us to provide as we do not live close by, therefore we do provide tea, coffee and sugar, but advise those staying, to bring fresh milk with them. We are looking into how we can make dry logs available, we hope to build a storage facility in the near future. They are usually available to buy at the garage shop though, which is 5 minutes drive. Thank you for your feedback, we are new owners of this property and we use any feedback to help make this lovely little property better for future bookings. We stay in the house with our 3 young daughters regularly and have a vested interest to make it as nice as possible. Onwards and upwards. Property Owner

    Reviewed by JuliaFeb 2020

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Summary

  • All ground floor
  • Three bedrooms: 1 x Double, 1 x Single + pull-out bed, 1 x Children’s Bunkbeds
  • Bathroom with shower, basin & WC
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting Room with dining area and wood-burning stove
  • Hallway
  • Oil central heating with wood-burning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/ freezer, washing machine, TV, DVD, WiFi, payphone
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair available on request
  • Off road parking for three cars
  • Storage for holiday paraphernalia and beach equipment in hallway
  • Large patio area to fore of property with table and chairs
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 1.5 miles, pub and coast 2 mins walk
  • Note: Please bring your own beach towels and cot linen

The property

This detached single storey 'colonial-style' bungalow, built in the 1950s, provides an idyllic holiday location, being just a short distance from the Blue Flag Tresaith beach.

There is a range of facilities on offer, a café, shop, the Ship Inn and public toilets all within a stone’s throw of the beach and are requisites to be awarded a Blue Flag.

The beach has golden sand, a waterfall and is flanked by dramatic cliffs.

Children love exploring the rock pools exposed at low tide on either end of the beach.

Coastal walks lead you to more sandy beaches at Penbryn, Aberporth and Llangrannog. Cardigan Bay is famous for its resident bottlenose dolphins and you may be lucky enough to spot them from the beach at Tresaith or a little further up the coast at New Quay, where you can go on dolphin spotting boat trips and be rarely disappointed of a sighting.

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About the location

TRESAITH

Cardigan 8.5 miles.

Tresaith is a pretty, bustling seaside village sitting on the stunning Ceredigion coastline. Benefitting from a popular local pub and shop, it is just one of many gems dotted along the coast. Tresaith is equidistant from Aberporth and Llangrannog, both equally attractive bays, and worth a walk along the extensive coastal path that stretches away in both directions. Tresaith offers the opportunity to see an abundance of flora and fauna, and to glimpse some of Ceredigion Bay’s resident dolphins and grey seals. The popular town of Cardigan is a few miles away, and there is plenty of beautiful countryside and coastline to explore. A perfect location to while away a few days of relaxation.

Note: Please bring your own beach towels and cot linen.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
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