23rd – 30th Mar 2024 was
£650 NOW *£585*
30th Mar – 6th Apr 2024 was
£650 NOW *£585*
6th – 13th Apr 2024 was
£650 NOW *£585*
Y Beudy at Coed Melin is a spacious retreat in a unique forest garden setting, surrounded by farms and rolling hills, close to the beaches, rivers, and the hidden corners of West Wales.
Occupying a magical spot overlooking the gorge in which sits a beautiful forest garden and the delightful tumbling river.
Ideal for those who seek peace and want to relax and explore the history, mystery and adventure that this annexe, the garden and the area offers.
A nature lover’s haven, enjoy a sunny breakfast on the balcony as you watch the woodpeckers, jays, red kites and the myriad birds, butterflies, and bees that visit the gardens. In the gorge, keep an eye out for the dippers, wagtails, and herons as they feed and, if you are lucky, an occasional glimpse of a fox, badger or otter.
There are many beautiful walks nearby, including the Ceredigion Coast Path, the Teifi Marshes, and the Preseli Hills in the picturesque Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, all nearby and offering fantastic scenery.
If you’re looking for something more relaxing and creative, it’s an ideal location for painters and photographers, with creative workshops available locally. Discover ancient spiritual connections, such as the magnificent Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber, which is only a 30-minute drive.
West Wales is a haven for dark skies, and you can enjoy truly unforgettable nights on the National Trust beaches of Penbryn and Cwmtydu.
For those looking for a cultural day out, Cardigan Castle is only 10 minutes away, and Cilgerran Castle is only 15 minutes away.
Y Beudy sleeps 4 in a large open-plan layout on a single level with one twin bedroom and 1 bedroom corner with a double bed. Ideal for couples or families with children.
Bedroom Corner: with double bed Room for a travel cot or full-size cot available on request
Bedroom 1: two single beds or one super king size bed on request, built-in wardrobe and airing cupboard
Bathroom: shower, WC, hand basin, and heated towel rail. Bathroom and shower have grab rails. Shower seat and raised, adapted toilet seat available if needed. Main open plan living room includes: – Walls decorated with a variety of artwork by local artist Colin David
Bedroom corner: with double bed
Sitting area: large corner sofa, 2 armchairs, 42” Freeview TV, log burner, panoramic views across woods and farmland. French windows to balcony and garden Dining area: table seating 4, fine countryside views
Kitchen area: gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge freezer, toaster Recreation area: table tennis table, library corner (including books of local interest, maps, reference books and novels), a range of board games The space is flexible and can be rearranged to suit the needs of visitors.
Attractive front garden with furnished patio. Enclosed side garden with lawned area and bench with views across valley. Small balcony looks out over garden and woodland canopy. The stunning forest garden below the property is accessed through a gate from the side garden. Unfortunately, the steep paths are unsuitable for those unsteady on their feet. The forest garden includes the usual forest hazards, a small river and a range of pools so please ensure children are supervised. The forest garden offers beautiful short dog walks within the property and a small field suitable for ball games, picnics and fun. A sit-on double kayak and a range of children’s beach toys and games are also available for use. Layby parking for 1 car (or 2 small cars) next to the property.
- Bed linen and towels provided. Beach towels and dog towels provided on request
- Full size cot available. Please bring your own cot bedding
- Oil central heating
- Heating and electricity included
- Woodburner with first basket of logs provided, more available to purchase locally
- Free WiFi, You View box available
- 2 well behaved dogs welcome at £3 each per night
- No smoking