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Change to check-in/check-out times
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have temporarily adjusted our check-in to 5:30pm and check-out to 9:30am. Thank you for your understanding.
The owner of Robin Hill has taken extra steps to undertake a COVID-19 Risk Assessment and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing, in accordance with the Visit Britain 'We're Good To Go' scheme.
You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones. Plus have piece of mind that this property has an enclosed garden for added security and privacy.
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.
Check-in from 4:00PM and Check out by 10:00AM
Robin Hill was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Robin Hill too!
Robin Hill is perfectly placed along the cliffside in the charming coastal village of Tresaith, on the Ceredigion Coast Path. Popular with locals and holidaymakers alike, many people flock here during the summer for the lovely swimming cove suntrap and the popular bar and restaurant 'The Ship Inn' which sits above it. It's a treat, then, to find such high-quality, contemporary accommodation nearby, comfortably sleeping 5 people with incredible views of the sea beyond.
This unassuming property boasts views that will have you staring wistfully out to sea for days; the living area is dominated by large patio doors which look out, via a front patio, to the sea beyond. The owners have cleverly left the living area open plan, incorporating the kitchen, dining area, and lounge into one to maximise the light, space, and views.
Using blue-green hues throughout, the contemporary kitchen has all amenities you could ask for - the double oven and hobs are surrounded by sea-green units which cleverly hide a washing machine, dishwasher, and fridge-freezer.
The breakfast counter has been extended so that a party of 5 people can eat dinner while still admiring that spectacular sea view. What a great place to eat breakfast while planning your coastal day out!
The lounge area features two large sofas, a coffee table, and a 38' TV, but we're fairly sure that you'll be staring out of the patio doors and watching for the pods of dolphins that are known for inhabiting this area! On cooler evenings, why not sit outside on the extensive front decking area and take in the cool sea breeze and sunsets stretching out towards Ireland?
There are three beautiful bedrooms to choose from - the kingsized bedroom also has an ensuite WC and shower room. The twin room has soft, comfortable beds and views out to the front of the property towards the sea, while the single bedroom arguably has the best view in the house! All bedrooms have been recently decorated to give a relaxing, comfortable night's sleep.
The family bathroom is large and features a stunning curved bath in the centre of the room, with WC and wash hand basin with a mirror. The perfect place for a soak after a day of walking the coastal path.
It's the outside area of this property that makes it really special. The front patio area is immediately accessible as you approach the property, but it is the back area that gives the most stunning views. The patio with seating to the rear is a wonderful sun trap for relaxing and reading a book, but if it's sunsets and star-gazing you're after, we suggest that you take a picnic blanket and sit at the top of the grass lawn - which stretches upwards with the cliffs - and overlooks the roof for an even better sea view.
3 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 5.
Master bedroom with king-sized bed, large window to the private rear of the property, and en-suite bathroom with shower, WC, wash hand basin, and mirror.
Twin bedroom (zip and link bed, which can also be made up as a super-king) with views to the front and out to sea.
*Please let us know if you would the bed to be made up as a super-king.
Single bedroom with same sea views, single bed, and storage space.
Family bathroom with standalone oval bath, handheld shower over bath, toilet, and washbasin with mirror.
Open plan living and kitchen space:
The kitchen at the rear of the property with a double oven, four hobs, dishwasher, sink, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge-freezer. Patio doors lead to a rear patio and garden.
The dining area is a large extended breakfast bar seating 5 people.
The lounge area is at the front of the open-plan space with two sofas, a coffee table, TV on a unit, and patio doors onto the front patio area.
A small porch area is to the front of the property with room for shoes and coat hooks.
Heating radiators throughout and underfloor heating in kitchen, bathrooms and living area.
The extensive grounds include an enclosed garden with a rear patio and lawns sloping upwards towards a tree-lined border. To the side of the property is a gated outdoor shower, and the gate leads to the front patio, gravelled area, and parking space for 3-4 vehicles.
Please note; the rear garden is quite steep, so please take care with very small children.
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.
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Nice clean modern accomodation
Reply from: Quality Cottages Team
Thank you so much for your review! Robin Hill is a lovely property, and we are so pleased to hear that you had a wonderful stay there. We look forward to welcoming you again soon.
Then theres the accommodation- excellent quality, so well equipped and comfortable. Lovely spot sitting on the balcony looking out over the bay. Most comfortable beds weve ever slept in! Would love to visit here again- diolch!
Lovely holiday property, very clean and welcoming.The owners had provided everything you could need. We loved the sea views. Great base for walking and days out, 5 minute stroll to the beach. Very quiet and peaceful. Would highly recommend and wouldn't hesitate to re-book if we are in the area again. Thank you.
The cottage was clean comfortable well equipped and beautifully decorated with a lot of thought and care to provide a comfortable relaxing holiday. Loved the outside shower to get the sand off after a visit to the beach. Good patio for dolphin watching (through binoculars) with a clear windbreak to shelter from inshore breezes
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Tresaith Beach & Coastal Walk
Tresaith beach is a beautiful sandy cove with a slipway ideal for families, sailors, surfers, swimmers and rock poolers. The Blue Flag beach has a lifeguard patrol in the summer months (29th May - 6th June and 19th June - 5th Sep) 10 am - 6 pm.
The beach also has a shop, cafe, the Ship Inn pub and public toilets, all a stone's throw from the beach. The Ship Inn has a fantastic restaurant and bar, which makes a fabulous spot for al-fresco dining and watching the sunsets over the bay.
Tresaith is a popular location for a range of water sports; it can be a good surfing beach but it is most popular for sailing with a well-established club and slipway.
Those willing to carefully scramble over the rocks to the left of the beach will discover a hidden waterfall dropping steeply from the cliffs above and into the sea.
Penbryn beach is a little walk along the coast but is equally as spectacular with fantastic cliff faces giving way to the waves, with Aberporth facing you from the south. Walk inland along the wooded valley walk for a spot of tea and cake at The Plwmp Tart cafe near the car park.
If you're feeling energetic, carry on walking the Ceredigion coast path to the busy seaside village of Aberporth. This lovely spot boasts 2 beaches, shops, pubs, and restaurants. It's a mere few miles around the coast again to popular dolphin-spotting spot Mwnt with its clifftop, whitewashed church, and steep but stunning cove. All of these beautiful seaside hamlets are a short drive away from Robin Hill.
The next town along on your journey south of Tresaith is Cardigan, the bustling county town which has a high street lined with Georgian shops, restaurants, supermarkets, Theatre Mwldan, and Small World Theatre. Take time to try the famous doughnuts at Crwst in the centre of town, or sit by the shoreline of this old boat-making port and have a pint of local ale and pizza at The Pizza Tipi. Alternatively, spend an afternoon exploring Cardigan Castle and the recently restored house that is now a museum to this incredible spot's varied past.
Nearby is the popular beach at Poppit, a long sandy stretch that marks the end of the Ceredigion Coast path and stretches down the 186-miles of coastal national park in Pembrokeshire. From here, you can take the Puffin Shuttle to the cottage-lined village of Moylegrove, down towards popular Newport Sands, and even catch the ferry to Southern Ireland from Fishguard.
Coming back inland to the largest village in Wales, St Dogmaels, with its Cisterian Abbey and delightful riverside views, enjoy a delicious freshly cooked traditional fish meal in Bowens Chip Shop.
You'll also notice that the popular boat trip company 'A Bay to Remember' is based here - head around the estuary to Gwbert on Sea to catch a trip out past Cardigan island to spot porpoise and seals.
If you're feeling a call to head north, then a walk along the Dylan Thomas Trail in New Quay is a must. The easy 3-mile walk takes in Dylan's favourite haunts from when he lived in the pretty seaside village. This is also a great spot for a swim in the harbour's shallow waters (although watch out for boats) and is a great place for a fish supper on the way home!
If you're enamoured with the small coves that dot this coastline, then a trip to nearby village Llangrannog is for you. Set in a narrow, wooded valley that tumbles down towards the sea following the river Hawen, this village is watched over by St Caranog, a Welsh abbot who spent time in Ireland and returned to found a monastery in Llangrannog in the 6th century.
The Ceredigion Coastal Path West Wales, close to this holiday house in Tresaith, is famous for its wild beauty and teeming wildlife. Its diverse landscapes include sandy beaches, secluded coves, dunes, rocky outcrops, waterfalls, rugged cliffs and pretty villages. Watch out for seals basking on the foreshore and dolphins & porpoise swimming in the bay.
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