Edwardian carriage (circa 1914) offers truly unique holiday accommodation. Perfect for romantic getaways, located within beautiful countryside and close to Cardigan Bay coast.
Quaint and quirky, your bijou carriage awaits with this beautiful vintage Edwardian holiday experience. A romantic couples’ getaway, with your treasured pet also very welcome, this haven is located within the beautiful Vale of Aeron countryside, close to Cardigan Bay.
One of a small group of unique properties, this is creative and different. The warming wood burner means you and your canine companion can enjoy cosy nights in; curl up contentedly together after a day of exploring. In a separate building, just 50 yards away, is a compact private kitchen and shower room. Outside, relax and enjoy al fresco dining with a stove and BBQ, while enjoying absolutely superb views with your pooch from sunrise to sunset.
Your carriage is the perfect base to explore the shores, countryside and culture of the dramatic Ceredigion coast. It is set within 65 acres of carefully tended organic meadows and woodlands for you to enjoy, and with a local produce shop too, this is an intriguing alternative to a traditional cottage. Take a chance to truly unwind and embrace energising daily walks with your four-legged friend in the beautiful scenery, located 9 miles from beautiful Cardigan Bay. Check out the dog-friendly beach at Cwmtydu (13 miles) for a good run. Visit quaint fishing villages and picturesque harbour towns such as Aberaeron (9 miles) and New Quay (10 miles), both offering popular restaurants, shops and dog-friendly pubs. Try water sports and boat trips, walking the coastal path or even the Ceredigion Taste Trail around the bay. Visit the National Trust’s 18th-century mansion Llanerchaeron (6 miles) where dogs are welcome on woodland walks and parkland, or the medieval remains at Strata Florida Abbey (26 miles) which also warmly welcomes dogs offering free entry for furry friends.
(Maybe subject to changes in access to shared areas due to social distancing measures).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.