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Minawel

Aberaeron, Cardigan Bay Coast

Elegant Aberaeron townhouse overlooking the picturesque inner harbour and within walking distance of all this vibrant seaside town has to offer - beach, shops, galleries, cafes, restaurants and events. Families and pets welcome.

Near: Beaches & Shops 2 min walk, New Quay 7m, Cwm Tydu (NT) 8m, Cardigan 21m

  • Reference 1173
  • Sleeps 8
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Pets Welcome Internet / Wifi Available
Welcoming Aberaeron townhouse with secluded garden, garage and storage for bikes, kayaks and canoes
  • Overlooking the sheltered inner harbour in the very heart of the picturesque sea-side town of Aberaeron within walking distance of the beach shops, cafes, excellent restaurants and a full programme of events.
  • This fabulously well equipped holiday home is a handsome Grade II listed Georgian townhouse with a delightful secluded garden, a garage and storage for bikes, canoes and kayaks - essential toys in this part of the world! . Pets welcome.
  • With an eclectic mix of antique and new furniture Minawel is charming, characterful and homely with room for family and friends to relax.
  • Wonderful views from the glamorous master bedroom with its luxurious soft furnishings, a sitting room complete with piano, a separate dining room with huge stone fireplace and a conservatory overlooking the rear, sheltered garden.
  • Minawel is perfectly situated within easy walking distance of Aberaeron's beaches, boutique shopping, award-winning restaurants, bars and events.
  • All year round short breaks are possible at this Aberaeron Harbour townhouse. Please phone for availability and price.
  • A warm welcome awaits you at Minawel alongside Aberaeron's lovely inner harbour.
Aberaeron's South & North Beach
  • Aberaeron's South Beach (dog restrictions apply during summer months) is fine for bathing, kayaking and windsurfing and the North Beach (dogs welcome all year round) is great for rock pooling and dog walking throughout the year.
Aberaeron
  • This is a bustling town and a delight at any time of the year with its elegant painted terraced Georgian town houses, charming shops, craft/art galleries, restaurants, cafes and pubs.
  • Take a stroll around the harbour on Quay Parade, watch children fishing for crabs, try a delicious honey ice cream from the Hive on the Quay, sip a chilled drink at the renowned Harbourmaster Hotel and enjoy the spectacular sunsets over Cardigan Bay - all within strolling distance of Aberaeron harbour holiday house.
Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival
  • A must for foodies the Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival is held every year in July on Aberaeron Quay.
     Wales' top chefs line up with their field kitchens turning out delicious bowls of irresistible seafood with cookery influences from all over the world.Several thousands of people throng the harbourside to smell, taste, savour and learn about all that is fishy.
Choose a different beach for each day of the week
  • Besides Aberaeron's own 2 beaches within a short drive you can also visit the beaches at Llangrannog, Newquay, Cwm Tydu, Tresaith, Penbryn, Aberporth, Gwbert on Sea and Poppit sands.
Cardigan Bay Marine Heritage Coast
  • Boat trips sail from the harbour to explore Cardigan Bay's Marine Heritage Coast - spot dolphins and porpoise frolicking in the sparkling waters and view the magnificent shoreline from a different perspective.
Llanerchaeron Mansion (N.T.)
  • A cycling or walking trip along the old railway track takes you to the National Trust mansion and walled garden at Llanerchaeron - a truly fascinating glimpse into life gone by.
Local Events
  • Aberaeron hosts lots of local events throughout the year including a Seafood Festival in July and in August a Regatta, Carnival and a Festival of Welsh ponies and cobs so there is always plenty to enjoy when holidaying in this Aberaeron harbour holiday home.
Jen Jones Welsh Quilt Centre, Lampeter
  • Housed in Lampeter's old town hall the largest collection and stock of exceptional Welsh antique quilts and blankets anywhere in the world was opened by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall in July 2010.  Well worth a visit.
Moriath Glass, Drefach Felindre
  • Browse the beautiful jewellery, dishes and sculptures in glass for a unique memento of your visit to Wales.
New Quay & Aberaeron Boat Trips
  • Cruise the spectacular Ceredigion Heritage Coast to spot dolphins, porpoise, seals, seabirds and other marine wildlife. Remember your camera and binoculars.
Heritage Coastal Path
  • Walk in either direction from Aberaeron along the stunning Heritage Coastal Path festooned with wild flowers and teeming with wild life. Spot dolphins in the bay as you walk to New Quay or Llanrhystud.
Aberystwyth
  • The vibrant university town of Aberystwyth with an elegant promenade, seashore, cliff railway, steam train terminus, shops and a wide selection of restaurants is just an half hour drive along the coast.
The Red Kite Centre, Tregaron
  • Learn about local wildlife, cultural and rural heritage of the area and see magnificent Red Kites being fed twice daily. Once seen never forgotten.
New Image Bicycles & Bike Hire, Cardigan
  • Hire a bicycle and explore the local area. There is a flat three mile route across Cors Caron Nature Reserve a perfect trip out for the whole family.
Festival of Welsh Ponies & Cobs, Aberaeron
  • A wonderful annual event celebrating Welsh ponies and cobs. Join in the throng at Aberaeron's Square Field to watch demonstrations and exhibitions culminating in the spectacular 'running of the stallions'. This is a spectacular day out for non equestrian as well as equestrians. Be sure to go if you are in the area. It is usually held in August. (Aug 9th 2015) Call Aberaeron TIC for more info - 01545 570 602. You will not be disappointed.
Cwmrhydneuadd Golf Club, Pentregat
  • Enjoy a round of golf on this picturesque 9 hole golf course teeming with wild life. Red kites, buzzards, squirrels, rabbits and more abound. The club house serves food and drink overlooking one of three beautiful lakes.
Teifi Valley Railway
  • Pay once and ride all day through the scenic Teifi Valley on this nostalgic narrow gauge railway. Take the opportunity to walk to the waterfalls on route then signal the driver when you are ready to reboard the train.
Family and pet friendly Aberaeron townhouse
  • There is much for family and friends to enjoy at any time of year near this pet friendly Aberaeron townhouse.






Accommodation


4 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8 (includes pull-out truckle bed).
Master bedroom en-suite shower room (double shower, toilet and washbasin) with king size bed - luxurious soft furnishings. Cot available.Harbour views.
Family Bathroom - bath, hand held shower, separate shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin. All on 1st floor.
Double Bedroom - king size bed, harbour view
Single bedroom with pull-out truckle bed, harbour view
Twin bedroom - views of Cardigan Bay over rooftops. All on 2nd floor.
Towels provided.

Sitting Room spacious room with 1 x 3 seater sofa, 1 x 2 seater sofa, 3 armchairs, electric feature fire, wall mounted Freeview 42” tv/dvd, lots of books & games, piano

Kitchen (1 step down from hall) with fitted units, eye level electric oven, separate gas hob, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, breakfast table and 4 chairs. Highchair. Walk-in Pantry with fridge/freezer, door to:

Dining Room imposing original stone fireplace with open fire, antique corner cupboard, dining table seating 8/10, step down and door to:

Conservatory with sofa, marble topped antique table and chairs. Door to Garden &

Cloakroom with toilet and washbasin

Grounds traditional enclosed rear walled courtyard garden with slight level changes, wooden circular garden table and chairs.

Parking Spacious single garage (electric up and over door) with tumble dryer at rear of property. Street parking immediately outside property and public car parks nearby.

Fuel logs and oil central heating inclusive May - September, £35 per week outside these dates.

WiFi/Internet

Welcome FREE 2 well behaved dogs. (sorry, no cats!)

Please do not smoke indoors

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Customer Reviews

Fantastic week, weather lovely, house perfect, location superb. Really enjoyed our stay We’ll be back!

Gerry and Judith, (Wolverhampton)

Had a marvellous time! The house was beautiful and the town gorgeous! Can't wait to come back next year! Thanks so much.

the Dohertys

Great time, Great accommodation. Weather good. Thank you. Really enjoyed the stay in Minawel; it is a lovely house. There is every thing here you need. Weather not very good but have not let it stop us. The location is perfect.Lots of lovely beaches off the main A487 The Harbourmaster Hotel pub and restaurant has great food and staff.

JJ Croarly

What a little gem Aberaeron is. A lovely village/town with amazing sunsets, and beautifully painted properties. The house was the quietest we have stayed in and the beds were very comfortable. And the location was excellent for us all. Thank you very much.

Ratcliffs and Bettons, Cheshire

Lovely clean house, and really good base for doing all sorts of things. We really enjoyed an evening walk and drink at the Prince of Wales at the back of the house. Landlady was really friendly and there was table football / pool room for the kids.

The Potters (Guildford)

Our second visit to Minawel and sure it won’t be our last! Lovely break with the family - doing a whole lot of nothing! The weather was very kind to us - even managed a BBQ! Delicious meal at Summer Grill  (Manuka) and further afield at Y Talbot, in Tregaron. Sorry to be leaving….

Colletts and Cappells, Solihull

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Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

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Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes