Set in a small complex of properties, this spacious semi-detached accommodation has a bright and airy interior with contemporary fixtures and fittings. Nestling in a wooded glade close to the village this is a restful spot to return to after a day exploring the coast and the area’s many delights.
This property is situated in a quiet rural location in the West Wales village Ciliau Aeron. There is plenty to see and do in the area, whether guests enjoy spending relaxing days at the beach, taking part in outdoor pursuits, or discovering more about the region’s culture and heritage. Just a few miles from the cottage, the National Trust property of Llanchaeron is a beautiful Georgian villa set within a large estate boasting a farm, walled garden, and a lake. Continuing on to the coast, the first town that visitors will come to is the pretty seaside town of Aberaeron, which offers an interesting range of shops and eateries, as well as two beaches and a vibrant harbour.
No matter what time of year it is, guests will always receive a warm welcome at this single-storey cottage, where a cosy wood burner sits in the comfortable lounge where guests can make themselves at home on the two sofas, and relax in front of the TV/DVD. At one end, the room opens onto the sunny conservatory which is where the dining table can be found, offering a pleasant space to enjoy family meals. The kitchen, meanwhile, is equipped with everything that guests will need to make themselves at home, including an oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and washing machine. The first of the property’s two bedrooms is a peaceful double room, whilst the other is a homely twin room. There is also a shower and WC, which can be found close to the bedrooms.
Outside, there is a decked seating area with garden furniture, beyond which is a lawned area which offers a good space for children to play. There is off-road parking for two cars.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.