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Llangwyryfon, self-catering holiday cottages, barns, rural retreats and lodges to rent in Ceredigion, Wales

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Glynmoor Coastal Cottage

, Aberaeron, Ceredigion, West Wales, Wales
Online Booking Available
Viewed 6 times recently.
Price from £1413
Next available 03/06 to 23/07/23
sleeps  8 sleeps 8
3 bedrooms 3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms 2 bathrooms
no dogs allowed No pets

3 bedroom family-friendly cottage

3 bedroom family-friendly cottage in Ceredigion with woodburner, real fire and garden.

Welcoming 2 bedroom character cottage enjoying a tranquil location, close to the Welsh coastal path and a quiet local beach

Facilities & Features: TV
3 star rated
Best for: Family holidays, Pet Free Breaks

Aberdovey Cottage with Countryside Views

, Aberdovey, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales
Online Booking Available
Viewed 10 times recently.
Price from £1616
Next available 04/06 to 09/06/23
sleeps  8 sleeps 8
3 bedrooms 3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms 2 bathrooms
no dogs allowed No pets

3 bedroom children-welcome cottage

3 bedroom children-welcome cottage in Gwynedd with garden.

Three bedroom Aberdovey holiday cottage, sleeping up to 8 in stylish accommodation and with stunning views over local golf course out to breathtaking countryside, just a short walk from one of West Wales' best loved beaches

Facilities & Features: TVFree Wifi
4 star rated
Best for: Family holidays, No Pets Holidays
* Price quoted is not inclusive of any applicable booking fees or local charges.

Lying on the banks of the picturesque River Wyre in Ceredigion and surrounded by woodlands and hills is the charming village of Llangwyryfon. Small and peaceful and surrounded by countryside, a holiday in Llangwyryfon is most likely to suit those looking to take a relaxing rural retreat break with the convenience of the coastline accessible relatively close by for day trips.

About Cottage Breaks in Llangwyryfon

This lovely little settlement is home to a church, a chapel and a convenience store which is perfect for those who are taking a cottage holiday in quaint Llangwyryfon, and those who love history and ancient archaeological sites will find interest in Caer Argoed, an Iron Age site that is located in the village.

When it comes to days out whilst on your self-catering holiday, Llangwyryfon is only 15 minutes from Fantasy Farm Park, a fantastic centre with animals and plenty of other things to see and do for the whole family. At Fantasy Farm Park, visitors can pet and feed the many farm animals, from goats to lambs and donkeys, and there is also a Go Karting track, a rodeo, a play area with slides and a bouncy castle, a lake where you can go on peddle boats, a restaurant and a brilliant nature trail. Exploring through enchanting woodland and streams, this nature trail is exciting and fun to join in on! Fantasy Farm Park makes a great day out from Llangwyryfon and is the perfect place to visit if you have children with you.

The coastline of the Irish Sea is also not too far from Llangwyryfon. Visit Aberystwyth just 8 miles away and discover this charming seaside town. With its own tourist information office on Terrace Road, you can get information and free advice on local attractions whilst in town. There are also a number of beaches close to Aberystwyth, choose from Borth Beach, North and South Beach at Aberystwyth, Clarach Bay and Ynyslas Beach.

Another point of interest close to the coast is Penlanlas Golf Club and Nature Trail. Birds such as the rare Red Kite, bats, and even species of reptile may be spotted along the nature trails of Penlanlas and around the lake, and whether you come to this unspoilt habitat for a round of golf in the serene surroundings or just to soak up this tranquil atmosphere, you are bound to have a fantastic day out at Penlanlas.

Llangwyryfon is quite a small village with a close-knit population. It is surrounded by streams, rivers, forests and incredible rural backdrops, so if you love the great outdoors and getting stuck in with nature, then this may be the perfect place for your cottage break. You can go on daily rambles and hikes, and if you are travelling on holiday with your dog then this is a great place to take your pet pooch exploring your new surroundings, where you will both adore the fresh country air.

Around 40 minutes from the edge of Snowdonia National Park, home to the highest peak in Wales, Mount Snowdon, Llangwyryfon is a wonderful village in which to base yourself and your family for a relaxing rural retreat in mid-west Wales. Country Cottages Online features a great choice of cottages ranging from log cabins to large country houses, we hope you find an ideal place to stay in Ceredigion.

Book a Llangwyryfon cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Ceredigion on holiday.