Beautiful stone cottage converted from a barn, located near the quaint Welsh village of Llangrannog near to Cardigan, providing stunning views of the sea and also a nearby picnic area, the property is recommended for couples looking for a relaxing break in West Wales.
Guests will feel at home in the cottage, with the open plan kitchen/dining area visible as you enter the property.
The sitting area provides a great chance to relax in front of the TV, or when reading a book with the French doors open to the beautiful view.
And with the modern interior, guests will be able to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in the comfort of the dining area.
The property comes equipped with WiFi.
Elsewhere inside the cottage is a double bedroom and bathroom.
Outside, guests can get a bit closer to the picturesque views, by taking meal times to outside, in the picnic area located opposite the cottage or even in the small enclosed lawned garden.
A short stroll through the fields takes you to the local beach for a great day out to enjoy.
Pets are more than welcome on the property and off-road parking is also available.
A five minute drive away takes you into the village of Llangrannog with a few pubs and cafes to enjoy.
A short drive takes you to the market town of Cardigan with an array of shops, both unique local producers and larger chain stores, as well as tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and an impressive ruined castle.
Being so close to the coast, there are plenty of other activities that holiday makers can enjoy, including walks along the nearby beaches of Llangranog, Penbryn, Tresaith and Aberporth.
Or visiting the bottle-nosed dolphin population that reside in Newquay, which is situated less than a 30 minute drive away, with its rock cliffs, sandy coves and numerous foot paths.
With its stunning views and great location, The Granary Cottage provides holiday makers the prime location from which to enjoy their holiday in Wales.
About the location
Aberporth 6 miles; New Quay 8 miles.
Llangrannog, on the wonderful Ceredigion coast, is a tranquil seaside village with two public houses, two cafe/restaurants and a general store. Here you can enjoy the sandy beach, the superb coastal path and even a picturesque waterfall. Steeped in history this wonderful part of Wales has something for everyone including the historic castles, the intriguing mills, the old steam railways and the world renowned coastal path which is the first and only coastal path along the whole of the country of Wales. Discover so much from this picturesque village.
Note: Access to the local beach is down a steep climb, not suitable for those with mobility issues