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  • Tresaith Beach Haven

  • Tresaith
  • Ref: 1582
  • 8
  • 4
  • 2
  • 0
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Tresaith Beach Haven

  • 8
  • 4
  • 2
  • 0
  • Ref: 1582
Property Highlights:

  • Spacious, family-friendly property sleeping 8 
  • Log-burning stove, TV/playroom basement, outside shower
  • Panoramic sea views of the bay from all front windows
  • Front balcony terrace for sundowners and dolphin spotting
  • Back terrace and barbeque for al fresco dining
  • 100 yards away from Tresaith Beach and popular local pub 

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Property Description

A wonderful place for gathering families and/or friends. Tresaith Beach Haven is a bright, spacious Victorian house decorated with a coastal feel in beautiful neutral colours and finished with every convenience you'd need for a relaxing luxury break. The house has an elevated position set up above Tresaith's seafront meaning each front-facing window has uninterrupted views out to the bay.

  • The house couldn't be in a better position for an easy holiday routine with Tresaith's picturesque sandy beach (Blue Flag) and the popular local pub - The Ship, just 200 yards away.
  • The interiors are full of character - the owners have sourced lighting and accessories using local materials, and pieces of art from West Wales' local creatives.
  • On arrival, you will find a welcome hamper filled with luxury local produce.
  • After a day at the beach, sandy feet and wetsuits can be rinsed-off in the outside shower which is tucked away at ground floor level by the utility room outbuilding and back door entrance to the house.
  • On warm days you can enjoy opening the front door to let in the sea air, and even sit out on the front terrace for your breakfast or evening drinks. When the colder winds pick up, gather around the log burner in the cosy lounge and put on a film, or perhaps watch the storm blowing in!
  • Children young and old will be happy spending some downtime tucked away in their own TV/playroom basement which has a wall-mounted TV, 2 sofa-beds and plenty of board games.
  • Day trips are only a short drive away to beautiful Aberporth and Llangranog; there's also vibrant Newport and Aberaeron if you want to venture further afield.

Sleeping 8 guests in 4 bedrooms - 2 extra children can be accommodated on 2 single sofa beds in the basement play room.

There is 1 large family bathroom, 1 ensuite bathroom and a WC outside in the utility outbuilding.

Ground Floor

Steps up to the front door lead into a spacious hallway. The living and dining space is open-plan with a bench, an armchair and 2 sofas looking out to sea through a large bay window; the dining table seats 8 on a combination of chairs and a bench.

The kitchen is at the back of the house at the end of the main hallway with access to the garden. It is sparkling clean, modern and well-equipped for feeding a crowd; 2 ovens, a microwave, fridge-freezer, electric hobs and a dishwasher. There is also a small breakfast bar which seats 2.

First Floor

The first floor has 3 bedrooms, 1 double with king size bed, a bunk room for 2 children and 1 twin room with generous fitted wardrobe storage. The double & bunk room have sea views. Steps lead you down into a very spacious family bathroom with double sized shower and with a luxury waterfall/drench showerhead and a generous stand-alone bath.

Attic Master Bedroom Tresaith Beach Haven's penthouse suite - a huge space with 2 large velux windows looking out over Tresaith. King size bed, TV and a luxurious en suite shower room.

Basement TV/Play Room Stairs take you down into the basement of the house to a perfect hideaway for children and teenagers. This play room has a wall-mounted TV, board games and toys as well as 2 sofa beds for extra sleeping accommodation. Far from a dingy basement, it has a little window letting the daylight in.

Garden There is a decked terrace to the front of the house with a table and chairs seating 4, and a glass balustrade. To the rear there is a small courtyard, with side-access through secure door to the lane, outside shower and steps up to an enclosed terrace with a large dining table and chairs and barbeque.

Utility outbuilding is just outside the back door of the house and has a washing machine, tumble dryer and WC.

Additional Information

Short breaks - Winter short breaks

Dogs - no

WiFi - yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - yes, please bring your own beach towels

Parking - yes, for 2 cars

Fuel - inclusive from May - September,�50 per week October - April. 1 basket of logs provided.

Travel cot - yes, please bring your own linen

Highchair - yes

Stairgate - yes

Security deposit -�150

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Tresaith Beach & The Ship Inn

  • 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.

Penbryn Beach (NT)

  • Spot the resident Bottlenose Dolphins, walk barefoot at low tide to Penbryn Beach, (NT) once very popular with smugglers, or take a cliff top walk along the Coastal Path

Aberporth Coastal Village & Mwnt Cove (NT)

  • Aberporth, a busy seaside village with 2 beaches, shops, pubs and restaurants and secluded Mwnt Cove (NT) are both a short drive away from this holiday home - 3 minutes walk from Tresaith Beach
  • Do visit Cardigan, the bustling county town which has a high street lined with Georgian shops, restaurants, supermarkets, theatre and cinema.


  • 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.

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. It's 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.

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.

Dolphin Spotting Boat Trips in Cardigan Bay

  • Visit the seaside town of New Quay 7.6 miles away where regular dolphin spotting boat trips leave from the harbour. Enjoy a choice of sandy beaches, shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants too.

Cardigan, 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).

  • Cardigan town has a high street lined with Georgian shop fronts as well as a thriving theatre/cinema and market. Head for a delicious brunch at Crwst (deli/caf�/restaurant).

  • 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!

Llanerchaeron (NT)

  • 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 Caf�' renowned for its locally produced food.

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7 Nights


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