Spacious property with private hot tub, set within the rolling hills of Mid Wales, within easy reach of many attractions and coastline to explore.
Featuring character beams, a roaring wood burner and views of the spectacular Vale of Aeron, this quintessential holiday home is perfect for parties of guests seeking a relaxing break. With cosy sleeping spots for four guests along with two canine companions, you could soon be exploring your beautiful surroundings. The property is one of six set in the grounds of a working farm, so there’s plenty of exciting trails to explore and resident animals to meet – just be sure to keep Fido on his lead! There’s even a hot tub for a little slice of luxury.
Cosy yet spacious, this lovingly converted barn has been thoughtfully styled with comfort in mind. Let sleeping dogs lie by the wood burner as you unwind with a glass of warming red, full-bellied after a hearty meal prepared in the generously-equipped kitchen. You can curl up with a good book in the comfortable lounge, or head to the sunroom to admire the views with your morning coffee. At bedtime, three inviting bedrooms provide a snug haven for a restful night’s sleep, with plenty of room for a basket or two. Muddy paws beware; wipe-clean floors and on-site utility facilities will help you take care of any dog-related messes! The surrounding meadows and woodlands are perfect for ‘walkies’, and there’s play equipment for younger guests.
West Wales is renowned for its stunning coastline, quirky harbour villages and beautiful inland adventures. Don your walking boots and pad along the coast path, marvelling at the sights of the fascinating Cors Caron and the Red Bog of Teifi 18 miles away. The majority of beaches around Aberaeron are dog-friendly all year round, where you can treat the pack to a frolic in the waves or a sniff amongst the dunes.
(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.