|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
5 star cottage, set in 26 acres of stunning West Wales countryside with wildflower meadows and its own private hot tub. This cottage is perfect for those who want to an activity based holiday, or those who want to take it easy - be it painting, writing, reading or just sitting and thinking. There are stunning gardens all around the cottage and a secluded barbecue and seating area for 'al fresco' dining. Stone Barn Cottage has been designed with a mixture of exposed beams and contemporary furnishings.
Whether you plan on just cooking a breakfast during your stay, or a full Welsh roast dinner, you will find everything you need in this five star, fully equipped kitchen. This includes a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer.
The spacious lounge includes Sky TV, DVD/VHS, CD/Stereo, PS2 & Games, Books, Magazines and Jigsaws.
The ground floor en-suite bedroom has twin beds and a large walk-in shower, which is ideal for guests who have accessibility needs.
The upstairs en-suite bedroom has a king size bed and two single full-size futon beds for children. It has a walk-in wardrobe, beautiful bathroom with a hand-made Welsh Dragon mosaic and a shower over the bath. It also has its own access directly into the surrounding gardens.
Private Hot Tub.
There are stunning gardens all around the cottage (Wales in Bloom Finalists, 2009), and a secluded barbecue and seating area for 'al fresco' dining. In front of the holiday cottage is a gated seating area making it safe for young children to play outside.
Set amongst the wildflower meadows, the revolving Summer House turns to catch the glorious sunrises and the stunning sunsets. It is a lovely place to relax and enjoy an early morning al fresco breakfast or an evening drink.
Tea/coffee and milk ready for your arrival.
All beds are made up before your arrival, and towels are provided for your stay.
Please bring your own Hot Tub and beach towels.
Heating and electricity included.
Travel cot and high chair available - please bring your own quilt and linen.
Supermarket deliveries available from Tesco and Asda, and also great local butcher and other suppliers.
No pets or smoking.
Eco-friendly cleaning materials, cloths and tea towels are provided.
Plenty of parking is available right outside the door.
£50 Refundable Security Deposit Required on booking - Can be pre-authorised during booking process.
The Llandysul Paddlers Canoe Club offers white water rafting, canoes and kayaks for some spectacular scenery along the Teifi for the water sports enthusiasts. 7.2 miles
Ceredigion Water Sports Centre New Quay. 10.4 miles.
Many local walks from the door step to suit all levels and abilities. Local walking club and guides available. Ceredigion Costal Path. 10 miles
Llandysul Angling Association is located nearby with permits for local salmon and wild brown trout fishing on the famous River Teifi. 4.3 miles
Sea fishing - Cardigan Bay is renowned for its bass and black bream and boats may be chartered from several of Ceredigion's small ports. Ceredigion Coast 10.0 miles
Family owned 9-hole parkland course with 18 tees Saron Golf Course, Penwern.
There are cycle routes for all ages and abilities. There is room for you to safely store your own bikes at the cottage or bike hire can be arranged in advance. Quiet country lanes from the cottage, perfect for cycling. Teifi Trail 6.0 miles
Horse riding is available in a few locations including Gilfach yr Halen, Llwyncelyn. 12 miles
Stone Barn green holiday cottage is located on Castell Farm, near the village of Ffostrasol. Ffostrasol is 6 miles from Newcastle Emlyn, 6 miles from Llandysul and 13 miles from Cardigan. The cottage is also 15 minutes from the beautiful Heritage Coastline and the Sandy Beaches of Cardigan Bay. The Ffostrasol Arms, now famous for its good bar food - do try Betty's Sunday lunch (advance booking necessary!). "La Calabria' is also within a mile, an Italian restaurant renowned for its authentic Italian cooking combined with fresh Welsh produce. Teifi Valley Cheese, an award winning cheese maker who supplies its cheese to Harrods is close by at the end of a valley. Cardigan has a range of amenities including bank, post office, internet cafe, supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor, vet, indoor market and interesting independent shops.
Nearby is the Teifi Trail, part of the National Cycle Network, which will take our cycling visitors through some wonderful scenery to the coast at Cardigan, or inland to the wild beauty of the nature reserves around Tregaron. Fifteen minutes drive from your holiday cottage will bring you to the beautiful coastline of Cardigan Bay, with its clean, unspoilt beaches at Poppit Sands, Llangranog, Penbryn, Mwnt, and charming harbour towns at New Quay, Tresaith and Newport Sands. The Heritage Coast Path provides cliff walking and stunning views all along the coast of Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire with sights of rock pools, sea birds, seals and sometimes dolphins.
Dotted around the countryside are numerous ancient and medieval historical sites, from Celtic hill forts to Roman mines and Welsh monasteries from the Middle Ages. Also worth a visit is the National Botanic Garden of Wales and the restored 17th century house and garden at Aberglasney in Carmarthenshire. There is also a number of excellent restaurants and pubs in the vicinity where you can enjoy home made local fare or more exotic cuisine during your cottage holiday in West Wales. Whether you are interested in walking, cycling, fishing, sailing, golf, beach riding, browsing in local craft and antique shops or visiting historical sites, you will find a range of brochures in the holiday cottage.
*Plus compulsory or optional charges based on actual occupancy or consumption. The payment has to be made in the currency offered by the property manager, before use of conversion tool. Payments in other currencies have to be negotiated beforehand with the property manager. The currency conversion tool is provided for your convenience only and is non-binding.