Spacious property with traditional thatched roof, set within the rolling hills of Mid Wales, within easy reach of many attractions and coastline to explore.
Spectacular views, traditional charm and a roaring wood burner; this delightful property has it all. Set amongst acres of beautiful grounds belonging to a working farm, this is an idyllic bolthole for six guests along with two waggy-tailed friends. Grab the leads and sniff out adventure near and far, venturing to the pebble and sand shorelines of the beautiful Cardigan Bay, or investigating the pretty harbour towns in search of some delicious local fare.
Leave your worries at the door as you step inside this exceptional holiday home, made all the more special by character features such as exposed stone walls, wooden beams and an original inglenook fireplace. Each room is an amazing feat of style and comfort, with a choice of lounges for resting your weary paws, and a fantastic contemporary kitchen. If you think this is impressive, then you’ll be blown away by the bubbling hot tub in the garden. The grounds are ideal for stretching Fido’s legs, featuring a play area, a well-maintained nature trail, and a whole host of resident animals to meet – be sure to keep Rover’s lead on, there’s a herd of curious sheep in the adjacent field. There’s also a shared utility room available on-site.
Cardigan Bay is famous for its marine wildlife, particularly dolphins, porpoise and Atlantic grey seals. You can take a boat from New Quay 10 miles away to see them, and maybe spot a rare sunfish or even a sea turtle. The beaches on the stretch of coastline from Llanina Beach 9 miles away to Aberaeron North 8.5 miles away welcome furry visitors all year round, and the remainder have restrictions in place during peak season. Aberaeron is within an 8-mile drive, offering a choice of fantastic pubs for hearty meals and a treat or two for Rover.
(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.