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Panteg, Cardigan

Llangoedmor Cardigan, Mid Wales & Cardigan Bay (Ref. 1036061)

4.0

Good

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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8 Customer Reviews

  • "Excellent. Impeccably presented."

    Comfortable. Close to beautiful beaches. Wonderful shaded gardens to relax in. Great for two adults +dog (2 small children in bunk beds if needed!!). A fabulous area to visit.

    Reviewed by ArthurJul 2022

  • "14th time at Panteg"

    Reviewed by DewiOct 2020

  • "The good points - well located for touring the local area, very clean and tidy with good gardens."

    Bad points - Not as advertised. No Sky Tv, no DVD player, WIFI extremely poor. I did a speed test and got between 0.02Mbs and 0.00Mbs whilst I was there. This was basically unusable. The sofa in the main living area is well past its best. it was like sitting on a park bench. not something you would sit on for more than a few minutes. The toilet was useless. although we observed the many instructions on what to flush nothing would flush down without several dozen attempts. I would stay in this area again but not in this cottage.

    Reviewed by AndySep 2020

  • "The one good thing about this property is that the garden is far more enclosed than expected."

    So the dogs could be watched but didn't have to be kept on a lead all the time. However that is where the good things stopped. The property is very damp, as a family member suffers from asthma we considered going home early but having travelled six hours to the cottage decided to stay for the majority of our booking. To minimize the problem we had to keep the windows fully open night and day whenever we were in, which unfortunately meant the VERY loud road noise woke us early every morning as the cottage is maybe thirty feet from the roadside. Also the advertised Sky TV is no longer connected, the satellite dish is hanging off the wall and you are limited to Free-sat - but because the wifi is so slow that it is practically non existent, there is no means to stream any TV shows. You have to watch live or not bother. I too ran a speed test which came back as 25 Kbps maximum ie 0.02Mbps which reminded me of the early 90's. We would have brought a DVD player with us had we known, as Amazon Prime or Netflix or any of the terrestrial catch up channels just wouldn't work. We eventually used our mobile phone as a, "hot spot" to be able to check emails but as we don't have unlimited data that was about it. As the sofa has no cushioning whatsoever and needs to be replaced you wouldn't want to sit too long anyway, it is like sitting on a church pew. We did contact Sykes and sent them a photograph of the black mould on the, (unnecessary) bathroom curtains but have never had the courtesy of even a reply. Lovely area and we are back in December but we won't stay at Panteg again.

    Reviewed by AndrewSep 2020

  • "Holiday cottage was fabulous!"

    Clean and warm. The extras of biscuits, jam and milk a nice touch! The marshmallows to cook on the fire were really enjoyed by the kids! Garden is great for kids and dogs to play! Close to cardigan, lovely cafes and pubs. Close to many beautiful dog friendly beaches! Thoroughly recommend this cottage! Thank you! Xx

    Reviewed by RodneyAug 2020

  • "Firstly, the house was beautifully clean."

    Thank you. However- the photographs are far from the truth! The house is tiny. The photos very cleverly make the rooms look spacious which they are not. They really are tiny. When we had friends over for coffee it was very crowded. The sofas desperately need replacing- it was like sitting on a wooden pew every evening. Not comfortable. This cottage should be for two people. Sorry- not impressed.

    Reviewed by BevAug 2020

  • "Ideal for Ceredigion area."

    Traditional cottage with all you need. It is on a main road so you can hear a fair amount of traffic but not too disturbing, Only one loo roll provided which we thought was a bit stingy! Otherwise a lovely cottage and facilities.

    Reviewed by MargaretAug 2020

  • "All in all we had a lovely holiday."

    The sofas could be more comfortable, the wi-fi is very poor and the car parking could do with re-stoning as it’s a bit muddy, but other than that it was very nice.

    Dec 2019

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Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x Double with TV, 1 x Bunks
  • Ground Floor Bathroom with shower over bath, basin & WC
  • Kitchen
  • Dining Room with open fire
  • Sitting Room with wood burning stove
  • Oil central heating
  • Electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot, highchair and stair gate available on request
  • Off-road parking for four cars
  • One acre of sloped pasture with mature trees, shrubs and open natural areas
  • Table and chairs provided
  • Two well behaved dogs are welcome (additional charge applies)
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 1 mile, coast 3 miles
  • Note: Limited WiFi
  • Note: Bunk room accessed through main bedroom
  • Note: The sloped wild garden and woodland area is not enclosed
  • Note: Please supervise your children and dogs at all times
  • Note: Please bring your own beach towels and cot linen
  • Note: One complimentary basket of logs is supplied for the fire

The property

June 2022 - This property has undergone a major refurb and new pictures are now online.

Just half a mile outside Cardigan and near Cardigan Bay, this small, simple, cottage with low ceilings, nestles in a dip along the road from Cardigan to Llechryd, leading to the Teifi Valley.

There are numerous interesting places to visit nearby, including the Cardigan Wildlife Centre, Mwnt beach and Poppit Sands.

A little further up the coast are Aberporth and New Quay, where resident dolphins can be seen.

The market town of Cardigan has a restored castle, good range of pubs, eateries, shops, galleries and an excellent theatre/cinema.

The cottage is perfect for a couple, small family, or guests with dogs, as there is almost an acre of sloped grounds to explore at the rear, with grass and woodland areas to enjoy.

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About the location

CARDIGAN

Aberaeron 17 miles; Fishguard 22 miles; Carmarthen 30 miles; Tenby 33 miles; Aberystwyth 35 miles.

The bustling market town of Cardigan in Ceredigion is set on the River Teifi and offers an array of shops, both unique local producers and larger chain stores, as well as tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and an impressive ruined castle, which is the home to the Eisteddfod. Cardigan castle has a fascinating history and has undergone substantial investment over the years. It is home to regular events throughout the year, along with a café and restaurant which has been strategically positioned with a view over the castle and River Teifi. Surrounding Cardigan is beautiful countryside, with long, dramatic cliff walks around the Cardiganshire coastline, whilst the rugged Pembrokeshire coastline is just a few miles away. You have the opportunity to visit the Cardigan Island Farm Park, wonderful Blue Flag sandy beaches like the National Trust beach Mwnt, take a boat trip to spot dolphins and seals, or horse riding at the friendly Dyfed Riding Centre. For keen cyclists take a trip on the National Cycle Route, Number 82. The nearby Preseli Mountains offer wonderful walking and cycling, with some stunning views and an ancient stone monument. Within driving distance is the town of Carmarthen, Dylan Thomas' Boat House in Laugharne, Oakwood Theme Park, Blue Lagoon indoor waterpark, Folly Farm Zoo and the Welsh Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran, as well as an array of castles, mills and craft centres. Cardigan is an excellent base for exploring this part of Wales.

June 2022 - This property has undergone a major refurb and new pictures are now online.
Note: Limited WiFi
Note: Bunk room accessed through main bedroom
Note: The sloped wild garden and woodland area is not enclosed
Note: Please supervise your children and dogs at all times
Note: Please bring your own beach towels and cot linen
Note: One complimentary basket of logs is supplied for the fire

This property offers the following short breaks:

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