The Pembrokeshire coastline surrounding Cardigan is stunning and offers visitors renting a self-catering holiday home or apartment miles of lovely award winning beaches and long rambling walks, great for exhausting the dog and even the children. The town itself has plenty of heritage sites to keep the historians amongst you satisfied and intrigued for days. The port and the castle date back to 1100, the latter also being the site of an Iron Age settlement.
Manordeifi offers the promise of repose in a delightfully restored countryside cottage near Llechryd, in Pembrokeshire. This grand Georgian rectory houses eight bedrooms, six bathrooms, a terraced garden, stunning views and a masterful combination of period furniture and sleek, modern features.
- Sleeps 16
- Bedrooms 8
- Bathrooms 3
Offering sea views from the Cardigan Bay seaside village of Tresaith, Bryn Berwyn is a large, warm and spacious period self-catering property with a hot tub in Pembrokeshire sleeping 20 in 8 bedrooms. Pets welcome.
- Sleeps 20
- Bedrooms 8
- Bathrooms 8
The coastline surrounding Cardigan is part of the Heritage Coastline around Cardigan and provides miles of wonderful walks, where you can stand on the cliffs and watch dolphins play in the bay. The Teifi Valley is a beautiful spot to spend a relaxing day exploring the wooded hillsides.