Charming terraced cottage with enclosed garden on the edge of Aberporth village. Perfect spot to relax, visit attractions, enjoy activities and discover Ceredigion’s coast, countryside and culture
Situated within 40 acres of shared grounds, this nautical-themed cottage will appeal to old sea dogs and their owners looking to discover the delights of the Ceredigion coast and countryside. The amenities of Aberporth are less than a mile away and you will also find two glorious beaches, with dogs welcome all year round at Dyffryn Beach. Join the Pembrokeshire Coast Path here and hike along the headlands to discover quiet coves and picturesque villages. Take the short journey to Cardigan to browse the shops and galleries of this historic town.
The middle cottage in a small terrace, your holiday home offers bright and airy accommodation with a seaside theme. The open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is spacious and full of natural light. Settle into the sofa and watch your pup explore the pretty patio garden through the French doors. Enjoy views across open fields as you share a casual lunch or relaxed evening meal. Upstairs a double and a twin bedroom with a sofa are relaxing spaces to fall asleep in. Remember to bring your pet’s bedding so they can snooze in comfort, too. The modern bathroom is the perfect place to soak in a bubble bath after a long day bounding along the beach or treading the cliff path. Outside is a pretty lawn garden and to the rear is an enclosed patio garden perfect for a BBQ or al fresco dining.
A myriad of walks are within easy reach, straight from your front door. There are a choice of circular walks from Aberporth to suit all abilities, including a challenging trail that includes some steep climbs. Follow the Poetry Trail and discover the works of local bard and Arch Druid, Dic Jones. Walk the walls of medieval Cilgerran Castle (9.5 miles) perched high above the River Teifi and search the grounds for hidden dragons.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.