20% PRICE REDUCTION FOR 2018 LAUNCH: Located close to the seaside village of Tresaith, this beautifully restored former coach house is set in the grounds of one of Cardiganshire's finest homes. Sleeps 9, comfortable, well-equipped, family friendly with a large lawn, outside dining table and covered games area with ping-pong table.
Beautifully presented with spacious grounds. Helpful and friendly owner. A thoroughly relaxing venue.
Glaneirw Coach House has been carefully restored to its former glory. Set on a 50-acre private estate this country retreat is close to the beautiful Cardiganshire coastline.
The house is approached via an avenue of beech trees which line the private driveway of the wonderful private Glaneirw Estate.
The house has been lovingly renovated maintaining many original features from the entrance hall and aged terracotta tiles, to the beautiful flagstone floors that adorn the main reception room. High ceilings, ornate architraves and characterful beams enhance the period style of this spacious home.
Children will love watching films in their own lounge area. In total there are 5 bedrooms (the master suite is fabulously light, bright and spacious), 3 bathrooms and a downstairs toilet.
The garden is a beautiful place to sit and savour your morning coffee listening to nothing but birdsong or the woodpecker doing his daily chores. On warm evenings you can enjoy a drink in the outside covered dining area or enjoy a game of ping-pong.
Gogerddan Garage Shop just 10-minute walk away, open everyday 7am-9pm.
The local area has several great restaurants to visit including some off the beaten track. Try Pachamama in Newcastle Emelyn, The Daffodil in Penrhiwllan, Hammet House in Llechryd and the Pizza Tipi in Cardigan. The seaside village of Tresaith, just a couple of miles away, has more great places to enjoy some fine fair.
Come here to explore the Cardigan Bay coastline, beaches and Ceredigion coastal path only 3 miles away.
5 bedrooms sleeping 9
First floor Grand Master suite, beamed ceiling. Superking bed with views over rear garden with palatial ensuite with freestanding bath, Victorian style tiles, heated towel rails and double sized separate shower, toilet, basin, mirror, sofa, armchairs, TV. Stable door with views down the avenue of trees.
Double Room kingsize bed with beamed ceiling and Chinese style decorated furniture. 1 twin room with wardrobe.
1 luxury bathroom with corner bath, beautifully styled and finished with separate double size shower, toilet, mirror, heated towel rail.
Double room kingsize bed armchair, wardrobe, seagrass flooring with views over the garden, single bedroom with garden views.
Family Bathroom with separate shower, toilet basin, mirror, heated towel rail.
Luxury towels and fine quality cotton bed linen provided.
Kitchen with range cooker with gas hob, electric oven, washing machine, dishwasher microwave, exposed stone wall, access to garden.
Lounge with 3 thick original flagstone floor, SMART TV, DVD, coffee table, 2 x 3 seater sofas and 2 designer wing back chairs, large dining table, rear hallway with access to the garden and courtyard.
Entrance hallway leading to lounge and downstairs cloakroom with toilet and wash hand basin.
Outdoor seating and extensive garden, outside fridge, BBQ, Large Indian fire pit. Covered Games room with full-size
table tennis and dartboard.
Short Breaks Winter. £200 per night, minimum 3 nights plus £100 cleaning cost.
Parking for 4 cars
Fuel Winter Fuel cost £50, underfloor central heating
Travel cot No
High chair on request
Cardiganshire Heritage Coast
Within an easy drive is the whole of the beautiful Cardiganshire Heritage Coast with its coves and beaches all linked by the Coastal Path - stunning coastal scenery, bird and marine life galore!
Llangrannog, once infamous as a smuggler's haunt, is a pretty seaside cove at the mouth of a narrow valley with a sheltered, sandy beach overlooked by 'The Ship' - good bar food and drinks, 2 cafes and a general store.
A sheltered bay and slipway popular with sailors, is named after the River Saith which spectacularly cascades over the clifftops onto the golden beach overlooked by the welcoming Ship Inn - relax with a drink on the heated sea terrace and spot the dolphins.
This small village has two fabulous beaches separated by a small rocky outcrop.
The more southerly of the two beaches is the most popular for families and for sunbathing while the northern beach is ideal for launching pleasure boats, including sailing boats, kayaks and canoes.
Close to the beaches, there is a small seaside cafe, a souvenir shop and a friendly pub for good food and drink.
Ceredigion Coast Path
60 miles of delightful coastal path linking towns and villages with spectacular scenery, wildflowers, seabirds and a wealth of wildlife along the way.
Walk from Tresaith to neighbouring Aberporth and, at low tide it is possible - with care, (please check an up to date copy of the Ceredigion Tide Tables) - to walk along the foreshore all the way to the golden beaches of Penbryn, to the north.
Off the beaten track this beautiful cove, surrounded by high cliffs, has a golden sandy beach reached via steep steps.
The sea off Mwnt is rich in wildlife, being a regular summer home to dolphins, seals and porpoises.
The Church of the Holy Cross (Eglwys y Grog in Welsh), probably dating from the 14th century, sits on a headland above the cove and is an example of a medieval sailor's 'chapel of ease'.
Hammet House Hotel (formerly known as Castell Malgwyn)
A splendid 18th-century country mansion which now has new owners and has been refurbished with a mixture of old and new furnishings, all adding to its stylish look. Open all day and every day including Sunday - enjoy lunch followed by a stroll through the 7 acres of grounds or along the river, a treat not to be missed - booking advisable. 01239 682 382. Its just a 10-minute drive away.
Cilgerran Castle National Trust
The striking romantic ruin of Cilgerran Castle has inspired many artists including Turner. It stands overlooking the Teifi river where it merges with the Plysgog stream. Therefore it was able to patrol both a natural crossing place and the passage of seagoing ships. Powerful twin towers remain.
National Coracle Centre, Cenarth Falls
Do visit this interesting museum and workshop dedicated to coracles from around the world set in a 17th C flour mill in the pretty hamlet of Cenarth. An interesting day - watch the salmon leap the spectacular falls during the autumn - a wonderful sight to behold!
Aberaeron Harbour Town & Beach
Aberaeron and its pebble beach is a Georgian jewel with elegant colour-washed houses surrounding the harbour - reputedly planned and designed by John Nash.
There is a range of small, interesting shops, craft centres, pubs and the award-winning Harbourmaster' s Restaurant (Good Food Guide and Gold Award, Wales) and The Hive on the Quay, famous for its honey ice cream.
New Quay Boat Trips
A holiday highlight on Cardigan Bay is a boat trip to see the resident schools of bottlenose dolphins. Regular boat trips leave from New Quay Harbour to cruise the beautiful Cardigan Bay Heritage Coast. Look out for dolphins, porpoise, and seals as well as many species of seabirds. Remember your camera and binoculars.
Cardigan Town, Gwbert and St.Dogmaels
Lots to see and do in and around the town - 2 beaches to enjoy, Cardigan Golf Course (18 holes with glorious views) and dolphin spotting boat trips from the pontoon at the Patch beach at Teifi Boat Club (seasonal).
Nearby is Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park - a great family day out.
Try a spot of sea angling, fishing for salmon/sea trout on the River Aeron or take a cycle ride along one of the 5 Wales Cycle Trails.
Cardigan town has a high street lined with Georgian shop fronts as well as a thriving theatre/cinema and market and is just 10 minutes drive from Glaneirw.
In Gwbert, The Cliff Hotel boasts a lovely spa where a full day luxurious pampering can be enjoyed as well as a delicious lunch made with local produce overlooking Cardigan Bay.
St Dogmaels is a pretty Pembrokeshire village with the ruins of an abbey, a traditional working flour mill and a great waterside pub - The Ferry Inn - and Bowens, perhaps the best fish and chip takeaway/restaurant in Pembrokeshire!
Nearby is Llanerchaeron - also designed by John Nash - a country gentleman's estate now owned by the National Trust - well worth a visit with a fascinating glimpse into the past in the restored house with its servant quarters and walled garden.
Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran
The Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran is set on the banks of the River Teifi in the Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve. The stunning award-winning building has panoramic views of the river, Cardigan, and woodland.
Watch the wildlife including water buffaloes and otters, play in the adventure playground or enjoy lunch at the 'Glasshouse Café' renowned for its locally produced food.
Stunning and luxurious coach house combining original elegance with a modern twist. If you are looking for a truly special house for an amazing holiday then look no further. Glaneirw Coach House is a unique country abode in the heart of Ceredigion.
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