Visit Aberystwyth with its Victorian promenade, pier, beach, and Cliff railway
Explore Aberaeron with its harbour, independent shops and eateries
Enjoy a day on the beach at New Quay, you may just spot a dolphin or two
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Tanyresgair Hayloft

Aberystwyth (14 mls N), Mid Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 3
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Towels included
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At a glance

  • A fabulously converted stone barn set on a Cambrian smallholding
  • The tranquil and Idyllic surroundings make this a perfect retreat for two
  • Shabby chic interior creates an authentic, cosy and comfortable experience
Property code: 88375

Nestled between the Cambrian Mountains and the Cardigan Bay coast, this delightful dog-friendly barn conversion with walking trails straight from the door is a great escape for couples who love the outdoors.

Situated in the heart of Ceredigion, this is a great base for cyclists and walkers wishing to explore the beautiful countryside and the stunning Cambrian Mountains. Make sure to pass through the popular town of Tregaron. Nature lovers will enjoy visiting Cors Caron Nature Reserve (9.5 miles) which boasts over 170 species of birds. The splendid Cardigan Bay coastline (10 miles) offers a variety of sandy beaches, quaint villages and picturesque towns, ideal for ambling through and picking up some local produce. Enjoy stunning sunsets in Aberystwyth (14 miles) when you take the funicular cliff railway to the top of Constitution Hill and enjoy some nostalgia aboard one of the restored Steam Trains stopping at Devils Bridge to admire the beautiful waterfalls and forests.

Enter this charming stone cottage to find a characteristic open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner fitted with reclaimed wooden floors. A delightful oak writer’s desk in the corner is a great place to write those postcards and update your journal. Sit back and relax on the comfy sofa and armchair after a busy day of exploring and enjoy catching up on your favourite TV shows on TV. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, and fridge/freezer. The shower room with a shower and WC is also located on the ground floor. Head up the wooden staircase to find a bright and spacious bedroom with exposed beams, a comfortable king-size bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside tables.

At the front of the property is a lovely enclosed patio with garden furniture and a charcoal BBQ. This is a great space from which to enjoy your morning coffee and watch the world wake up. There is parking for two cars.

  • 1 bedroom with king-size bed
  • 1 shower room with shower and WC
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, toaster, fridge/freezer
  • Welcome pack provided
  • TV/DVD player
  • Enclosed patio area with garden furniture and BBQ
  • Bike storage shed
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • 7.5 miles to Tregaron town for shops, restaurants and pubs
  • Neighbouring fields have livestock so please keep dogs on a lead
  • Arrival: 15:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00 unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • 3 dogs allowed

Sally Thomas

This property is personally managed by Sally.

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Home to three national parks, three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Britain's smallest city, Wales is a wonderful destination for a staycation in the UK. Bordered by golden sands and surf-battered cliffs, and filled with dramatic peaks and valleys, this beautiful country is a real magnet for those who love the outdoors.

Climbing, hiking, mountain biking and wildlife watching are just a few of the activities on offer during holidays in Wales. And then there are the castles, over 600 to be exact, so you could visit a different one every day for a year and still not see them all! Add to this a string of award-winning beaches, cosmopolitan shopping cities like Cardiff and Swansea, as well as a host of thrilling attractions, and it's easy to see why Wales is so special.

North Wales

Surrounded on three sides by water, with the enchanting Isle of Anglesey at its rugged tip, North Wales offers an incredible base for your break. Head to the Llyn Peninsula to reveal sandy shorelines and secluded surf breaks, or enjoy a bucket and spade day out at a traditional seaside resort, such as Llandudno, Barmouth or Abersoch.

Further inland, you’ll find the Snowdonia National Park, home to one of the biggest reasons to visit North Wales, if not the highest, Mount Snowdon - easily accessible thanks to a train ride. North Wales is packed full of rich heritage too, with the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Harlech, Caernarfon and Conwy Castles, and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal.

South Wales

From the lakes, waterfalls and mountains of the Brecon Beacons National Park through to the winding rivers of the Wye Valley and the breathtaking beaches of the Gower Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, South Wales is a feast for the eyes. Tread the Wales Coast Path for epic views over turquoise seas, explore the Glamorgan Heritage Coast which includes the pristine sands of Rhossili Bay, or try some water sports at Mumbles on Swansea Bay.

If you fancy a challenge, see if you can reach the summit of mighty Pen y Fan, or delve deep underground and uncover the secrets of Dan yr Ogof cave. And that’s before we even mention the beauty spots of Llangorse Lake, the Fforest Fawr UNESCO Global Geopark and Llanthony Valley.

West Wales

Encompassing the counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire, as well as the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, West Wales is a spectacular peninsula. If you’re looking to spot dolphins, seals and puffins, and experience some of the cleanest waters in the country, then this is the place.

Wander the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, hop aboard a boat trip to the wildlife sanctuaries of Ramsey, Skomer or Skokholm Islands, or visit the Cistercian monks of Caldey Island. For a beach day, lounge on the soft sands of Barafundle Bay or stroll through the charming streets of Tenby, Laugharne or St Davids. And after all that sea air, venture inland for a hike in the Cambrian Mountains, the Brechfa Forest, or the Towy Valley.

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