An enchanting cottage, dating back to the 1800s, nestled in idyllic countryside, on the edge of the Llanerchaeron parkland, bordered by a flowing stream, stunning woodland and inspiring rural landscape. Lovingly restored, with every detail carefully selected and quality crafted. Expect an impressive cottage renovation, pet-friendly, sleeping 4, with wifi and cosy wood burner, just a short drive from glorious sandy beaches, boat trips to spot dolphins, New Quay and the bustling town of Aberaeron.
A superb cottage in beautiful surroundings. Furnished to the highest standard throughout. A most comfortable and immaculate home with everything you could wish for. Garden and surrounding area also 5 star.
Reply from: Jill
Thank you we are delighted everything was 5 star.
A simply delightful cottage with a beautifully set-out interior. Thank you.
A superb 'chocolate box' retreat! Thank you/ Diolch.
Couldn't stay away...! Very peaceful and quiet. Very generous and appreciated welcome goodies - thank you.
Nestling in the magical wooded valley of Aeron, this fairytale-like cottage, offers the ultimate retreat, where the traditional blends effortlessly with a splendid conversion. A perfect escape throughout the year.
N. B. Over 10's only due to the hazard of the stream, located beyond the garden fence.
3 Bedroom, Sleeping 4
Double Bedroom kingsize bed, bedside tables, lamps, chest of drawers, exposed beams, rug, built in cupboard.
Double Bedroom three-quarter size double bed, lamps, chest of drawers, built in cupboards, with free standing wardrobe, shelf, exposed beams.
Single Bedroom on the ground floor, full-size single bed with drawers underneath, chest of drawers, bedside table, lamp, built in cupboard with free standing wardrobe, original bread oven, mirror, exposed beams.
Family Bathroom on ground floor, bath with shower over, wc, wash basin, heated towel rail, vanity unit with mirror, bathroom stool.
Sitting Room wood burner, exposed beams, chesterfield sofa, armchair, lamp, TV with Now TV/Freeview, Sky Q, dvd player, rug, original milking stool, antique pieces.
Spacious Kitchen/ Dining Area dining table seating 6, suspended light feature, sofa, lamp, garden views, reclaimed slate flooring, quality bespoke fitted kitchen, electric hob & oven, dishwasher, microwave, wine chiller, fridge/freezer, floating shelves. Fire blanket & Extinguisher in the cupboard below & to the right of the hob. First aid box in the cupboard to the right of the hob.
Laundry Outhouse few steps away from cottage, washing machine,/ dryer, clothes horse., ironing board, iron.
Grounds idyllic, large, enclosed lawned garden, bordered by flowing stream, rural landscape and woodland. The stream is accessed via a garden gate, ideal for paddling in during the summer. Fishing Rights. Views across the meadow to Llanerchaeron National Trust House. Just up the leafy lane which approaches the cottage is the original train station. Walk the track or cycle into Aberaeron.
(Pontrenmydyr NT cottage sits just beyond Min yr Afon, access from the guests at this 1-bed cottage is past Min yr Afon).
Winter Short Breaks - Yes
Towels - Yes
Pets - 2 dogs @£25. Please keep your dogs under control as there are sheep in neighbouring fields.
Change Over Day - Friday
Winter Fuel Charge -£50 per week from October - April. Starter pack of logs provided. Inclusive from May - September.
Wifi - Yes
Parking - Yes, next to the cottage. Please do not obstruct the lane, access to Pontbrenmydyr Cottage needed at all times.
Security Deposit£100 throughout the year
Bed linen - Included as standard
N. B. Due to the stream over 10s only
Over a little footbridge and across the meadows takes you to the 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.
Once a thriving and prosperous fishing port with a shipbuilding industry - some 60 sailing vessels were built here including 35 schooners 'the greyhound of the ocean' - 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.
Aberaeron Craft Centre
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!
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.
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!
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.
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.
A Grade ll enchanting cottage tucked away on the edge of the stunning Llanerchaeron parkland, perfect for holidays throughout the year.
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