Holiday Farmhouse, Llangrannog, West Wales
Beautiful holiday home in rural seaside location. Set in two acres of grounds and located near to the village of Llangrannog with its family and pet friendly pubs, cafes and Blue Flag beach. The accommodation sleeps 7+1 in 4 bedrooms – one king size, one double, a bunk room and a single bedroom with pull out mattress.
- Wood fired hot tub
- Bed linen and towels
- Enclosed gardens and furniture
- Freesat smart TV’s
- Pool table
- Washing machine
- Parking – 4 + cars
- Pets – dogs by request
- Oil central heating
- High chair
- No smoking
- Free WiFi
Well equipped lounge / kitchen with;
- Full size dishwasher
- 3 oven range cooker
- Wine chiller and wine rack
- Large corner sofa
- Breakfast bar island with seating
- Large window seats
- Smart TV
- Freezer and washing machine available in external utility room
Spacious living room with large patio sliding door leading to terraced garden dining / kitchen area.
A very spacious family holiday home in an extremely peaceful and secluded valley location with frequent visits by birds such as woodpecker, kite, buzzards, goldfinch, great tits, bull finch, goldcrest, nuthatch, blue tits and more. Cil-y-Gorwel is a former farmhouse that has been renovated to a very high standard near the beautiful sea-side village of Llangrannog with its pubs, cafe’s, shop and blue flag beach.
Wood-fired hot tub
Installed during October 2016 is our brand new wood-fired hot tub supplied by Rustic Tubs. It is of a more traditional style, with no chemicals, jets or plastic, just a wooden tub with hot fresh water. Located in a private and sheltered part of the garden by the stream especially good at night with friends and clear starry sky above. This is a hands on experience and you will need to light the fire and bring the tub up to temperature.
Around and about
Llangrannog is a popular resort with a safe sandy beach on the Cardigan Bay coast between Cardigan and Aberaeron. It has 2 pubs, the Ship Inn and the Pentre Arms – both serving food, a large and popular beach cafe, baguette bar, fish and chip shop, and a general store selling food, papers, beach toys etc.
Cil-y-Gorwel is a 30-40 minute walk or a short drive down to the beach at Llangrannog. The 60 mile Ceredigion Coastal Path links many coastal villages along Cardigan Bay and from Llangrannog, you can walk north towards New Quay or south towards Tresaith or Mwnt with spectacular coastal views in all directions.
The market town of Cardigan is a short 15 minute drive away with numerous shops, restaurants, supermarkets and of course the recently renovated 11th Century Cardigan Castle at the heart of the town.