This 200 year old beamed country cottage with views over the Teifi valley.
Red kites fly over Penffynnon.
Built traditionally as a Welsh long house, Penffynnon has deep local stone walls, inglenook fireplace and timber beams. Penfynnon is reached via a country lane just a mile from Cenarth with its historic falls and one and half miles from historic Newcastle Emlyn but is surrounded by peaceful countryside. The cottage has private side garden/patio with table and chairs for the exclusive use of guest .
Entering through the front door the visitor is welcomed by a beamed lounge with large stone inglenook fireplace, freeview television and dvd. Lean over the stable door to admire the panoramic Teifi Valley view. Off the lounge is a large dining room with a bed settee. Internet access.
The galley kitchen is at the back of the cottage and has fridge freezer, dishwasher, electric cooker and microwave. Off the kitchen is the playroom with settee and young children's toys. There is a door leading to the rear patio and side garden layed to lawn.
The stairs lead from the lounge to the upstairs landing. Off the landing are a double and a twin bedroom, both with views over the Teifi valley, and a pleasant bathroom. A travel cot is available.
Artist owner living in adjoining annex/studio.
There is a child's safety gate and travel cot available and CBeebies is on the freeview television. There are plenty of toys for younger children.
Local Area and Facilities
Want a relaxing holiday surrounded by beautiful countryside but only two miles from the historic market town of Newcastle Emlyn and only 10 miles from the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast and its wide beaches? Visit picturesque Cenarth, just a mile away, with its famous river falls. Renowned for its coracles, you can fish for local trout or walk by the river. Lunch or dine in the local inns or visit the local smithy.
Like to paintball, surf, swim canoe or pony trek, or is walking the hills, visiting ancient castles more your pleasure?
Quaint villages with real ale pubs, cafes where local art work adorns the walls and the food is good.
Like to dabble with a paintbrush? Talk painting with the owner who is a student of fine art at the local university. Visit the local artist's galleries and potteries.
For children's entertainment try the local theatre and cinema, or visit Oakwood theme park or Folly Farm for younger ones, and the young at heart.
Have an interest in wildlife? Look out for foxes, badgers and buzzards that circle the valley below. Wildlife and wildflowers abound. Feed the ducks in Cenarth and look out for the otters in the river.
Catering from two to five people, the cottage offers comfortable accommodation set in peaceful surrounding countryside. Bedding and towels are provided. Please bring your own beach towels. Electric fire and pre-timed central heating.
Sorry no pets.
West Wales is a beautiful region. It has fantastic views, wide sandy beaches, fishing harbours and historic castles. Carmarthen and Haverfordwest are county towns with good shopping and other facilities.
Cenarth - The Coracle, Three Horseshoes, tea shop. Abercych - The Nag's Head. Newcastle Emlyn - The Emlyn Arms Hotel, Indian restaurant and take-away, Chinese take-away, tea shops.
Cash on arrival.
Carmarthenshire SA38 9LE