Golwg y Cwm near Cardigan has three bedrooms, two with kingsize double beds, one with twin beds. There is a family bathroom and en-suite shower room all on the first floor. A cot for the little one is available.
The comfortable lounge has two 3 seater settees, bookcase with plenty of books and games for the children and adults. the wood burning stove makes the cottage comfortable in the cooler tomes of the year. A television and DVD player are provided, as is the provision of free WiFi.
The kitchen/dining room is a particular feature of the cottage, making the evenings, after a day spent enjoying our wonderful part of Ceredigion in West Wales, a relaxing and sociable occasion.
The well equipped kitchen has a range style oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave oven, and all the pots pans etc you need to make your stay a home from home affair. The large dining area has a large table, giving plenty of room for your perfect dining experience.
There is also a utility room which houses the washing machine, tumble dryer and the boiler providing the full central heating. A downstairs cloakroom adds to the attraction of this perfect cottage.
The property is detached, with access to a small paddock where a friendly pony and sheep roam. The children love them. There is ample parking for two cars. The rear garden has a patio with the provision of table and chairs and a barbeque.
The situation of the cottage makes access to the Cardigan Bay resorts of Mwnt, Aberporth Tresaith, Pen-y- bryn and Newquay reachable within a short drive. Dolphins are frequently spotted at all these resorts, one of the few places in the British Isles to offer that opportunity.
The cottage is situated midway between the market towns of Cardigan and Newcastle Emlyn, both of which have numerous restaurants and pubs for eating out. Each town also has supermarkets. The nearest town is Cenarth, some 2 miles away. Cenarth has a convenience store, two pubs and a tearoom. but is most noted for the waterfalls on the River Teifi, where salmon and sewin (sea trout) can be seen jumping at certain times of the year.
This year, the historic Castle In Cardigan is opening to the public for the first time after a major renovation.
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Cottage added 17th March 2015