In the county of Ceredigion, Wales, lies the charming town of Llandysul, situated in the River Teifi’s valley. An ideal place to rent a holiday cottage, Llandysul offers a wide range of activities for families and friends, with many flocking to the town for its high-quality fishing and unique water sports. For a taste of traditional Welsh food, visit the local pubs, such as the Penrhiwllan Inn or The Lamb of Rhos Country Inn. For fine dining in a traditional yet stylish setting, there is the Gogerddan Arms, perfect for a romantic meal for two. Take the kids along to one of the area’s beautiful beaches, taking your pick from places like Tresaith and New Quay, or even the renowned Cardigan Bay. Here, you have your pick of activities, such as golfing, horse-back riding, canoeing, and for the super energetic, there is even paint-balling!

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With alpacas grazing all around and just a few miles from New Quay, Aberaeron and the Ceredigion market town of Llandysul, Llwyn Rhydowen Holiday Cottages is a truly inspirational place from which to launch your West Wales holiday! Sleeps 4.

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1

£210 off

17th-21st Feb

Penyrallt Fach Cottage Cottage Listing
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A delightful, quirky cottage with a wood-burning stove, located on an idyllic, secluded organic dairy farm near Newcastle Emlyn, west Wales. Only 30 minutes from the wonderful beaches of Cardigan Bay it is the perfect rural, dog-friendly retreat from the bustle of city life.

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1

This detached single-storey large holiday cottage with a private hot tub and shared use of a gym lies in open countryside near the village of Llandysul in Ceredigion, West Wales and sleeps eight people in three bedrooms. Up to six pets are welcome.

  • Sleeps 8
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2

Towns nearby


  1. Aberaeron
  2. Cardigan

Llandysul’s history is ancient, which, should you visit the Iron Age Pencoedfoel Fort – a wonderful spot for walking – you will see for yourself. Also, Llandysul’s gorgeous church dates all the way to the 13th century, making it the oldest in the town. Pack a picnic in your holiday cottage and bring it to The Memorial Park for lunch by the River Teifi, and watch as the kids play in the playground. There is a bowling and tennis club on the grounds, too, ideal for a bit of afternoon sports, and for keeping all ages entertained. Also, keeping all ages entertained is Adventure Beyond, an outdoor adventure centre, also situated on Cardigan Bay, offering specialised activities like climbing, raft building and sea kayaking.

For a more relaxed evening, pop by The Powerhouse community centre, itself a historic building which now acts as an educational and events centre for the village. Events include things like African drumming classes, and other ideal family activities. A town that is vibrant, relaxed and beautiful, Llandysul has something to offer all who visit.