Detached farmhouse with enclosed garden in an elevated position commanding stunning countryside views. Perfect for family and friends to explore Aberystwyth and the coast and countryside of Ceredigion
Spacious period property situated along the A487 coastal route on a small working farm with cattle and sheep. Just a few miles from Aberystwyth in the heart of Cardigan Bay with the sea, river and vibrant town full of historic sites, museums, galleries, shops, cafes and restaurants not forgetting the beach, busy marina, cliff railway and Wales’ only silver mine visitor attraction. Within easy reach you can enjoy dramatic waterfalls, take a trip on a steam train with the Vale of Rheidol Railway, explore the woods and countryside or try one of the many water sports on offer. Friends and family can enjoy time together, relax and embrace the scenery and culture or enjoy a more active adventure with the very best Ceredigion has to offer.
As you enter the light and spacious kitchen a delicious home-made cake is waiting for you. The well equipped kitchen caters for all your needs with the little extras alongside the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Enjoy breakfast in the dining room with countryside views to set you up for the day. On your return after a full day out it is home from home with a reading snug on the landing, sunny conservatory, comfy sofas and SmartTV in the lounge and foosball in the dining room. After relaxing in the bath or coming out of the shower, dry off with fluffy towels and retire to the double bed, twin or single room with freshly laundered linen.
Outside you will find the BBQ, table and chairs on the enclosed lawn to make the most of the stunning rural views. If you are keen on cycling and canoeing there is a secure bicycle and canoe store available. Ample parking. Additional info: A cooked breakfast is available for guests upon request, at an additional charge to be agreed with the owner directly.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.