The Coach House at Crynga Mawr, part of a beautiful old stone mill transformed into a 1 bed holiday cottage, nestled in 13 acres of pasture & woods, only 3 miles from the fishing village and stunning beaches of Aberporth and a 5-minute drive from the historic town of Cardigan.
The Cardigan Bay area was voted by lonely planet as best place to be in the world, it’s absolutely stunning with cliff walks, sandy bays, pristine national trust beaches and small fishing villages with local pubs and restaurants.
Cardigan town is a short drive away and has an abundance of local shops, artisan bakers, pizza makers and award-winning restaurants.The area is famed for outdoor pursuits such as coasteering, surfing, sea kayaking, sailing, mountain biking and walking; it’s known as the best location in the UK to spot dolphins, puffins and rare wildlife.
The Coach House sleeps 2 adults and 1 child only in 1 double bedroom with a sofa bed in the lounge.
Bedroom: double bed, pine floors and antique furniture under a vaulted ceiling
En suite shower room: double shower, WC and wash hand basin, double shower and bathroom, pine floors and antique furniture under a vaulted ceiling
DOWNSTAIRS Open plan, combining lounge, dining area and kitchen.
Kitchen: electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, dining table seating 3
Lounge: comfy corner sofa, TV with Netflix, large picture window with doors opening to the outside.
The front doors open to a private patio with picnic table. A barbecue is available on request. Behind the cottage is a grass area with views overlooking the woods and meadows. Off-road parking for 1 car.
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Oil-fired central heating
- Heating and electricity included
- Free WiFi
- One well-behaved dog welcome at £20 per week. Dogs should be kept on the lead whilst on the property
- No smoking is allowed in the cottage
- £250 refundable damages deposit required, please pay the owner directly
- No more than 2 adults without prior arrangement
See the other cottages at Crynga Mawr.