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Croft y Beudy

Ref: 1619
Nr. Aberaeron, Cardigan Coast (View Location on a map)
4 Guests
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Accepts 1 Dog
£748 7 Night Breaks From
£26.71 Average Per Person Per Night

Cleaned and safe to visit

We are working with all our property owners to ensure property cleanliness and hygiene standards are consistently met. The owners of Croft y Beudy have been advised on the latest NHS and government guidelines.

Entire Home To Yourself

You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones.

Contactless entry

This property also has contactless entry, meaning you do not need to be physically greeted by the owner to receive the keys to enter this property.

Arrival Times

Check-in from 4:30PM and Check out by 10:00AM

Handpicked Highlights

Croft y Beudy was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Croft y Beudy too!

  • Grade II listed farm cottage set in 115 acres of tranquil rolling countryside
  • Recently refurbished, sleeping 4, pet-friendly and has a wood burner
  • Offers a truly varied Welsh getaway, within 2 miles of the Ceredigion coast
  • Take the path into the bustling seaside town of Aberaeron - a 10-minute drive away
  • Glorious beaches, Rheidol Steam Railway, walking, cycling, boat trips, dolphins, fishing
  • Award-winning restaurants and pubs in nearby Aberaeron

Rated 4.8/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • Coastal Area
  • Dog Friendly
  • WiFi
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Rural Location
  • Luxury
  • Period Cottage
  • Detached Property
  • Golf Courses Nearby
  • Short Drive To Beach

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About Croft y Beudy

A hidden jewel sitting in a wonderful location along a private idyllic country lane surrounded by grazing sheep in rolling meadows offering an opportunity to immerse in an authentically Welsh experience.

  • Ideally placed with lots to discover, near the coast with many glorious beaches nearby, including attractions and adventures from exciting, rugged Welsh safaris at Mountainland Rovers, steam train nostalgia on the Vale of Rheidol Railway and dolphins at New Quay.
  • The farm, which has been in the same family since 1661, also has a main house and buildings on the land and Croft y Beudy has been sympathetically updated to create a characterful captivating holiday cottage.
  • Relax after a day in the fresh country air in the delightful welcoming sitting room, comfortable sofas, with attractive inglenook fireplace housing a wood burner, ideal for cosy winter nights. Gaze out to the undulating verdant meadows in blissful time out.
  • Keen chefs will love cooking up a storm in the newly installed country style kitchen with warming rayburn exuding a relaxed atmosphere and bundles of countryside charm.
  • On the first floor the immaculate bedrooms promise comfort and a a restful night's sleep under luxurious duvets in hushed rooms. Peace perfect peace.
  • No better way to end the day soaking up the last of the day's sun in the tranquil garden, surrounded by the beauty and tranquillity of this exquisite area. End the perfect day under the clear starry skies after exploring Aberaeron and all the Ceredigion coast has to offer. 
Layout & Further Information

3 Bedrooms Sleeping 4, with 2 Bathrooms

Master Ensuite Shower Room double bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers, armchair and wall hooks.

Single Bedroom 4ft single bed, bedside drawers and wall hooks. 

Single Bedroom 4ft single bed, bedside drawers and wall hooks.

Bathroom Shower over the bath.

Sitting Room 2 sofas, log burner and TV.

Kitchen-Diner with range cooker, electric cooker and hobs, microwave and side-door to the patio.

Nearby Barn washing machine, tumble dryer

Grounds patio to the right of the house with table and chairs for dining outside, further lawns but please note - not enclosed

Additional Information

Short Breaks Yes, all year. Minimum of 3-nights

WiFi Yes

Parking Yes, ample

Dogs Yes, 1 welcome @ £25 per week

Winter Fuel October - April £30 per week. Outside of these dates no charge. Starter pack of logs provided during winter weeks.

Towels Yes

Bedlinen Yes

Cot No

Highchair No

Please note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, certain facilities at some of our properties may not be deliverable. This may include - but is not limited to - swimming pools, hot tubs, and some shared communal areas. If you have a specific enquiry, please contact us by email here. Thank you for your understanding.

Reviews & Comments
Visitors Rate This Property 4.8/5

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David Kemp Verified Guest
9th July 2022

An excellent cottage, nicely decorated, very clean and well appointed. We enjoyed our stay and hope to return.

Verified Guest
30th June 2022

Verified Guest
17th April 2022

A beautiful property in an exquisite setting with plenty of local walks, comfortable beds and an efficient wood burner.

C Strange Verified Guest
4th October 2021

Croft y Beudy was exactly what we were looking for, a scrupulously clean, cosy and very comfortable cottage in the quietest location that you could wish for. It's beautifully situated overlooking the Aeron valley, surrounded by fields.Wil and Janet, the caretakers, were extremely helpful and very welcoming.

Alex Macleod Verified Guest
28th September 2021

Lovely period farmhouse, beautifully restored, peaceful location surrounded by fields with sheep. Walkable to Aberaeron.

Guestbook Comments

If you've ever visited a holiday cottage before, you most likely have seen a guestbook in the property for guests to leave a review for others when they arrive. Each of the following comments was lovingly left by people just like you in the guestbook left at Croft y Beudy.

Peter, Diana, Chris and Sarah
11th March 2022

Have had a wonderful time and Croft-y-Beudy is super accommodation. Worked so well for us and we loved the open fire - made it very cosy. We've had great walks from Aberaeron to New Quay, NQ to Llangrannog, and in the National Trust grounds of Llanerchaeron. Also visited Cardigan and the Gorge Trail, Aberystwyth and would recommend Borth beach (and the visitor centre there).So lovely to be amongst all these green fields with the sheep and the lambs.Thank you Will and Janet for being so helpful. We wish you well and would love to stay here again.

Jo, Ben & Murray the dog
5th January 2022

A wonderful stay at Croft y Beudy - very relaxing and so much to explore; the coastal path, Aberaeron - a 'yummy' meal at the Harbourmaster and frequent drinks at the Cadwgan Inn :) A fabulous New Years Day walk on New Quay beach - enjoyed especially by Murray. Penbryn beach another favourite! Lots of great walks and relaxing by the fire! Thank you Will, Janet and Richard for making us feel so welcome :)

Andy and Karen Samuels, and Griff
3rd December 2021

Thank you for a wonderful short break from our busy lives. Peace and Quiet. Walking Griff to the sea. Reading by the fire. Diolch.

27th August 2021

This is our second stay here and it will not be our last - it's great. We love the location, views, walks, and cosy cottage. As usual, we didn't get to do everything or see everything but we can do these next time. Walking to Aberaeron over the fields is easy and doesn't taker too long. Thanks, Will & Janet for the welcome.

Moldon Family
20th August 2021

A beautiful place to stay thank you. We definitely needed more than a week. The coastal path was fabulous and we were lucky to have lots of sunshine. We found 4 pm on the beach with a drink the best time of day.

About the Area

If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.


This 'Jewel of the Ceredigion Coast' with its Georgian houses is a delight - boutique shops, art galleries, cafes/tea rooms, pubs, a great fish and chip restaurant take-away as well as The Hive, famous for its award-winning honey ice cream and lovely home-made produce. The renowned Harbourmaster Hotel is just across the harbour and is a delightful stroll at lunchtime or early evening. A fabulous restaurant renowned for fantastic fare and superb local beers.

Once a thriving and prosperous fishing port with a shipbuilding industry - a walk on the historic Town Trail gives a fascinating glimpse into this past, including the origins of the famous Aberaeron Shovel.

There is a fantastic regular calendar of events during the year to enjoy including Cardigan Bay Sea Food Festival, Yachting Regatta, a Beer & Cider Festival, Tug of War, Annual Carnival and Mackerel Festival.

Ceredigion Coast Path

The Ceredigion Coast Path is virtually on your doorstep - from Cardigan in the South to Yns-las in the North the path runs along the coast past Aberaeron and takes in part of the Marine Heritage Coast - secluded sandy coves, endless golden beaches, undulating clifftop walking where the only sound is the cry of the seabirds and there are charming fishing villages - spot bottlenose dolphins in the bay along the way!

Llanerchaeron (NT)

A cycle ride or walk along the old railway track from Aberaeron takes you to this 18th century Welsh gentry estate.

The mansion (designed by John Nash) gardens and cafe are set amidst rolling parkland. There is a service courtyard with dairy, laundry, brewery and salting house and walled kitchen gardens (with produce for sale in season). It is also a working organic farm with Welsh Black cattle, Llanwenog sheep and rare Welsh pigs.

Rheidol Railway

From the coast at Aberystwyth, watch the scenery passing by your window. See the countryside change as you travel through wide open fields, ancient woodland and rugged mountain scenery as the line twists and turns, clinging to the hillside to reach Devil's Bridge - home of the famous Mynach Falls and Devil's Punchbowl.

Look out for birds of prey such as red kites and buzzards soaring high above the valley floor and listen to the sound of the narrow gauge steam engine working hard on the climb into the hills.

Opened in 1902, the railway is a masterpiece of engineering and has been delighting passengers young and old for generations. Although the line no longer carries lead ore from the mines it has been carrying holidaymakers to the beauty spot of Devil's Bridge for over a hundred years!

Cei Bach

This pretty sheltered sandy beach is good for bathing and has beautiful scenic views - the Coastal Path from Aberaeron to Cei Bach passes over a waterfall as it wends its way along the cliff tops.

New Quay

This is a bustling seaside town with picturesque houses, pubs and restaurants clinging to the sides of the hills as they rise above the blue waters of Cardigan Bay above the sandy beaches - great for relaxing, sailing, fishing and water sports.

From New Quay's pier, you can see the famous Cardigan Bay dolphins on most days in the summer or take a fishing trip or coastal cruise to truly experience fantastic coastal scenery from a different aspect and perhaps have close encounters with the dolphins, seals, porpoises and sometimes whales!

Cwmtydu Beach

This is a tranquil, secluded cove at the end of the Dewi valley. Once the haunt of smugglers, it is now a popular destination for walkers, nature lovers and holidaymakers with caves to explore at low tide and spectacular cliff top views from the Ceredigion Coast Path as it passes through.


This pretty little-sheltered cove is popular with families and has great rock pools with the famous Carreg Bica rock (Devils Tooth) divides its 2 sandy beaches at low tide.

Enjoy a drink or food at the Ship Inn overlooking the beach - fabulous sunsets too!


This is the charming county town with its high street lined with Georgian shop fronts - call into The Custom House Gallery, visit the indoor market, sample some of the eating places and perhaps see a film or show at Theatr Mwldan which has a constantly changing programme of events.

Cardigan Castle

Recently refurbished, the castle is more of a Georgian mansion within 11th century fortified walls overlooking the Teifi river. Dine in the 1176 restaurant and enjoy special events.

Welsh Wildlife Centre & Teifi Marsh

Visit this award-winning venue with indoor and outdoor attractions and Glasshouse Cafe. Children will love the play area, wildlife films and interpretation centre. Outside are 4 nature trails with bird hides, willow sculptures, picnic areas and canoes for hire.


Less than 30 minutes drive away is the vibrant coastal and university town of Aberystwyth with its elegant promenade, interesting independent shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, arts centre, cliff railway and National Library of Wales. Recommended eaterie, The Hafod, Devil's Bridge,

Photo Gallery

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The farm has been owned by the same family since 1661
Countryside and distant sea views on the drive to Croft Y Beudy
Hall way
Relax after a day in the fresh country air in the delightful welcoming sitting room
Newly installed country style kitchen
Aerial location view of Croft Y Beudy Cottage

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