This lovingly converted farm building is set in the tranquil countryside of Ceredigion, ideal for exploring both the stunning coastline and the spectacular mountains of mid-Wales.
Breathtaking Ceredigion is famous for its rugged coastline, popular market towns and mile upon mile of exciting trails past astonishingly beautiful waterfalls and mountain lakes. This cosy bolthole is the perfect base for exploring, with enough comfortable sleeping space for three guests along with two beloved hounds. There’s even a hot tub for relaxing evenings soaking under the stars, ideal after a day of adventures.
The interior of this delightful single-level property is spacious and homely, equipped with all the essentials and decorated in soothing neutral tones. Consisting of a country cottage-style kitchen, a charming lounge/diner and two pretty bedrooms, you’ll have everything you need for a restful stay. The family bathroom has a handy shower over the bath and the main rooms are tiled, so there’s no need to worry about muddy paws. Outside, the safely enclosed garden will prove irresistible to energetic hounds and terriers alike, featuring a fantastic hot tub, BBQ and garden furniture. The property is one of five located within the grounds of a working farm, so there’s plenty to explore from the comfort of your own doorstep. Younger guests will particularly appreciate the play equipment, but there are lots of interesting smells to keep Fido occupied too.
Further afield, the ancient market town of Aberystwyth is within a 6-mile drive and is a honeypot for entertainment. Stroll along the Victorian Promenade, or take the cliff railway to the fascinating Camera Obscura. The beach welcomes canine visitors between October and Easter, but Llanrhystud Beach 13 miles away and Wallog Beach 9.5 miles away have no seasonal restrictions. For adventurous types, the Cambrian Mountains are well worth a hike, especially the stunning Devil’s Bridge Falls, which can be accessed 9 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.