Ceredigion large self catering barn
Ysgubor Mawr: sleeps up to 16; all rooms en-suite, inc. bedroom/en suite with disabled access on ground floor; high-quality fittings throughout; oak floors; solid oak furniture and kitchen units; two flexible family rooms for 2 adults and 2 or 4 children; pets welcome provided flea-free, well behaved and prepared to sleep in utility area!
Beudy Bach: sleeps 2 in upstairs open plan area with bathroom and 2 on sofabed downstairs.
Old Farmhouse: sleeps up to 12.
Piggery Poke Hostel sleeps up to 16 in 3 en-suite rooms.
Also available is hook-up for motorhomes/caravans and tents if used as an adjunct to a booking in the barn.
Situated between the beautiful beaches of Aberporth and Mwnt. Activities include fishing on the River Teifi, sailing, dolphin-watching, bird watching, coasteering, golf etc. The barn is on the new coastal path, which is a continuation of the Pembrokeshire coastal path.
Breakfast is available on a group basis, and packed lunches/evening meals on request.
The accommodation is a four-mile drive to Cardigan, on the River Teifi. Visit Food for Thought or the Pendre Art Gallery and have a latte and slice of locally-made cake.
Dogs can be walked on the right-hand side of most local beaches in peak months except for Mwnt, but after admiring the whitewashed 15th century church you can walk on the headland - enough exercise for any dog!
Eat fresh eggs from our own chickens and home-grown vegetables. Sample the local ice cream.
The Ship Inn at Tresaith and the Indian restaurant that floats on the Teifi at Cardigan are highly recommended.
St David's, Solva, Fishguard and Haverfordwest are easily accessible, and a longer drive will take you to Milford Haven where there are often tall ships to be seen. North, visit Aberaeron, a Georgian harbour town. There is a petrified forest rising from the sea near Borth, where you can visit the craft centre and walk along the river.
Cardigan, SA43 1RW
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