Brynonnen has been refurbished for holiday letting, and is situated in a leafy lane in the hamlet of Nanternis, 2.5 miles from the popular coastal resort of New Quay, which is famous for its bottle nose dolphins and bathing. The property is situated very close to the Ceredigion heritage coastline and has distant sea views. If you enjoy walking then Brynonnen is an ideal base as you are able to access the coastal path from the farmhouse and it even has its own beach. Approximately 3 miles to the south is the cove of Cwmtydu where folklore states that a local character called “Sion Cwilt” used to smuggle booty in to the area and there also lime kilns to be seen, sometimes porpoises are seen in the waves in the cove. 11 miles to the north stands the picturesque Georgian town of Aberaeron, which apart from its renowned honey ice cream hosts many mouth watering establishments, one of which is the Harbourmaster Hotel which has had numerous positive reviews in the national papers.
The farmhouse is approached off a council road through a stone-pillared entrance onto a hard base track that sweeps around the traditional farmyard. The house is situated on a working farm, so there is an opportunity to see some sheep and cows through the bedroom windows. It is unique as it produces it's own electricity via a newly installed 50kw wind turbine on one of the fields. As Brynonnen is a working farm a tour of the farm is available on request.
The four bedroomed farmhouse has an oil-fired Rayburn in the kitchen and an oil fired stove in the lounge, and the house is also heated with economy 7 electric heaters.
There are two entrances to the house, the first entrance leads into a porch with integral garage which houses a full size tennis table, and also storage space. There is also a utility room leading from the porch in which there is an upright freezer, washing machine and a sink. A door leads from the utility room to a garden at the rear of the house, where there is a washing line.
Brynonnen has a charming farmhouse kitchen with fitted units and an integrated dishwasher and fridge. The kitchen is fitted with an old inglenook fireplace with a stone wall which accommodates an oil fired Rayburn. An oak table stands in the kitchen and it can be extended to accommodate 8 people.
The kitchen is fully equipped with all the utensils and crockery and cookware that you will need, and there is an electric hob cooker, as well as the Rayburn, microwave, kettle and toaster.
The lounge of ample proportions has leather settees to accommodate up to 8 visitors, and the entertainment includes a satellite tv with integrated dvd player, a radio and cd player and a pool table.There is an oil fired stove set in a stone fireplace.
We have a toilet and shower room downstairs.
The property has four bedrooms - one with a king size bed, two with a double bed and one with twin beds. All the bedrooms have CD/radio players and all the linen and towels are provided in the hire charge.
The upstairs bathroom has a bath and toilet.
We can of course provide a cot and mattress and a high chair should you require them.
Should you wish to take advantage of our coastline and enjoy boating, then we have ample storage for a boat.
There is garden furniture and a gas barbecue set available for your use and ample parking space on the yard. The garden at the rear of the house has a side entrance door which is able to be closed should you wish the garden to be secure for children.
Ceredigion SA45 9RW