Idyllic cosy character-filled stone cottage on a peaceful 16 acre smallholding just a few minutes from the sea. Y Beudy is an idyllic private retreat set in pure peace and tranquility at Wig Farm near Llangrannog on Cardigan Bay.
We are a Sound Healing Retreat Centre with beautiful cottages set over 5 acres. Aberporth beach 2 miles. With games cabins, playing fields, laundry, wifi and secret garden. We have alpacas, chickens, pigs and ducks.
Relax in this 200 year old cottage surrounded by its own grounds amongst West Wales hills. Wonderful views of the beautiful Teifi Valley. Family friendly, internet access, gardens, freeview tv, toys and paperbacks. Coast 10 miles. Red kite territory.
Imagine the perfect stone cottage tucked away in a pretty wooded valley just a few minutes from the sea. This idyllic and romantic retreat is set in in the middle of a very private and peaceful 16 acre smallholding near Llangrannog on Cardigan Bay.
Three luxurious cottages in an ideal location for exploring Carmarthenshire, and within easy driving of good beaches. Guests are welcome enjoy the hot tub, swimming pool and games room and children's play area or simply relax on the sun terrace.
Two well equipped and beautifully presented holiday caravans, high quality cottage and mega camping pod. Set in their own quiet garden, surrounded by countryside with fabulous views. All the great beaches of Cardigan Bay coast 13 miles. Pets welcome.
A fully renovated, comfortable cottage, with all mod cons, wifi, enclosed garden and patio. The cottage is in a quiet, off road position with outstanding views of Llanllwni Mountain. Pub with restaurant and a shop less than a mile away. Bike shed.
Bryn Ifor is a characterful, luxuriously appointed Victorian cottage in a 7 acre meadow by the sea. Just 5 minutes from stunning coastline. Follow stream through ancient woodland to Seal Bay. Just a mile to pub serving good food and village shop.
Plas y Wern, 'Land of sunsets and dreams', is a 7 acre small holding with extensive sea views over Cardigan bay, with two caravans: a Carnaby Dovedale, 'Plas Bach' and a Willerby Richmond 'Plas Ganol', in private positions with uninterrupted views.