Looking for the perfect holiday cottage in Lampeter? We offer a selection of properties including modern apartments, luxury coastal cottages and beautiful barn conversions with features such as log fires, private gardens and hot tubs! Book the perfect holiday for your romantic retreat, family holiday or large group trip, and don't forget to bring the dog either, as many of our properties are dog-friendly!
Sleeping upwards of two guests, many of our cottages are wheelchair accessible and provide stunning views of Cardiganshire, as well as easy access to the local attractions. Find your ultimate holiday cottage in Lampeter.
Our holiday cottages in Lampeter are situated inland from Cardigan Bay, lying near the banks of the River Teifi. Lampeter is best known for St. Davids College which offers the oldest degree programme in Wales, founded in 1822 by Bishop Thomas Burgess of St. Davids. The original building was designed to imitate an Oxbridge College; visitors are welcome to wander the campus and grounds of this ancient college and soak up the grandeur and historical atmosphere. Although it is now merged with the University of Wales, St. David's College and the town itself still retain their traditional character and charm.
The lively streets of Lampeter are lined with Victorian and Georgian buildings, making it a colourful market town with a thriving agricultural community. The town is host to a variety of regular events including the Cattle Mart, Horse Fair, and an annual Food Festival. Lampeter has plenty of delightful places to eat and drink, from welcoming pubs and restaurants to quaint tea rooms and cafes. The Town Hall is worth a visit for its excellent cafe and the colourful Welsh Quilt Centre- where gorgeous Welsh quilts and blankets are exhibited and, quilting workshops are hosted throughout the year. There are also plenty of trails and walks to explore in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, right on the doorstep of our country holiday cottages.
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