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Bryn-y-Gof

Llangrannog, Ceredigion
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Romantic seaside retreat 10 minutes from Llangrannog on Cardigan Bay. Perfect base with fireside rolltop bath in bedroom. Many spectacular things to do and see in the area. (1 bedroom, 1 bathroom)

Special offer
£75 discount on all breaks up to 16/03/2024


Bryn-y-Gof (Blacksmith’s Hill) is a romantic seaside retreat full of cosy characters just 10 minutes from Llangrannog on Cardigan Bay. Traditional yet cosy, Bryn-y-Gof is set in a 7 acre meadow on the edge of a tiny rural hamlet, a tranquil setting with stunning views.

This area is full of the most spectacular wildlife including seals, dolphins and red kites. The wildflowers are a real sight to behold too and the coastline is truly stunning.

Bryn-y-Gof is the perfect base from which to explore this unspoilt haven. You can walk through ancient Bluebell Woods to Cwmtydu and Seal Beach. Join the coastal path and head south along the spectacular coast path to Llangrannog or north to the pretty fishing village of New Quay.

The spacious cottage has beautiful high beamed ceilings and large windows to make the most of the spectacular scenery that surrounds. The beautiful oak staircase is steeper pitch than a normal staircase so care must be taken at all times. In the large, light and airy bedroom you can lie in the bath and watch the foxes as they play about in the field opposite, watch your favourite film or just enjoy the crackling of the fire with a nice glass of wine

At least 10 stunning beaches can be found within 15 minutes of the cottage along with castles, historic sites and market towns. There are miles of cycle routes and the Cardi Bach (the hail and ride coastal bus service) passes the cottage door. Take a boat trip from New Quay or just sit on a deserted beach and watch for dolphins and seals.

Enjoy the relaxed friendly hospitality of this beautiful area. Visit the local farm shop or the local produce market to stock up on award winning local food and drinks. A warm welcome awaits at the local pubs and restaurants serving great local food and ales too.

ACCOMMODATION

Bryn-y-Gof sleeps 2 plus a baby in 1 bedroom: 1 king size

UPSTAIRS
Bedroom: king size antique brass and iron bed, chair, wardrobe, TV/DVD player, roll top slipper bath, open fireplace
En suite shower room: shower, antique washstand, wash basin, WC, washing machine

DOWNSTAIRS
Lounge: large inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, oak floors, beamed ceiling, 3-seater couch, armchairs, TV/DVD/CD player/iPod Dock
Kitchen/diner: well equipped with handmade oak kitchen, quarry tiled floor, ceramic top cooker, fridge with icebox, microwave, antique dining table with dining chairs

OUTSIDE

Large enclosed patio area with table chairs, parasol and sun loungers as well as a BBQ. From the patio you have access to the beautiful 7 acre meadow which you are free to roam. A short walk along the lane brings you to a woodland path which follows the stream through the valley to Cwmtydu.

KEY FACTS

  • Bed linen, towels, tea towels and bath mat provided
  • Travel cot, highchair and stair gates available.
  • Please bring your own cot bedding
  • Oil central heating
  • Heating and electricity included
  • First basket of logs provided
  • Free WiFi
  • Two well behaved dogs stay for free
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  • No smoking

Bryn-y-Gof can be booked on its own, or together with Brynifor (sleeps 6).

Features

Enclosed Garden
Good for Walkers
Great Views
Secluded setting
Wood Burner/Open Fire
Character Cottage
Romantic
For couples
Eco-friendly features
Dogs Go Free
Beach within 3 miles
Countryside
Village

Amenities

Secure bike store
Cot
TV
WiFi
King-size bed
Washing Machine
Towels Provided

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