All of our west Wales cottages are situated between New Quay and Llangrannog - a spectacular and relatively undiscovered stretch of coastline. Some properties offer a stunning sea view over Cardigan Bay, and all are within walking distance of this exceptional location.
Our luxury cottages are the perfect base from which to explore the Welsh countryside, walk along its pristine beaches and discover quaint villages and hamlets.
Depending on which holiday cottage you choose to rent, you may enjoy the tranquil sound of the neighbouring stream, wander through private meadows or take in beautiful woodland views.
The site of a 12th century Cistercian Abbey, Strata Florida is situated in the hills above the Ceredigion town of Tregaron and has been shaped by both human and natural influences.
Cardigan Castle — built for a prince, saved by the people Don’t be fooled by these mighty Medieval walls. Inside, you’ll unlock 900 years of history. Glorious Regency gardens, classic Georgian architecture and imposing Medieval defences meet 21st Century luxury in a site that spans the ages.
The Internal Fire – Museum of Power is a museum of internal combustion engines in West Wales. The museum's collection is mostly of larger stationary diesel engines, as used for generating sets and pumping stations. The museum is located at Tanygroes, Ceredigion, near Cardigan. Most of the engines are restored to working order. Each day, a range of engines will be in operation during the museum's opening. On special occasions, at Easter and the second weekend in October, an attempt is made to run as many of the engines as possible.
Discover the spellbinding story of the Welsh woollen industry just a pretty half hour drive away from your cottage
alovely half hour drive from your cottage brings you to Pentre Ifan, the most popular megalithic site in Wales. Pentre Ifan is a splendid burial chamber with a huge capstone delicately poised on three uprights
Uncover nearly 800 years of history at the magnificent Cilgerran Castle. This striking 13th-century fortress is perched overlooking the spectacular Teifi Gorge
Since the 6th century there has been a church on this site. For the past 1500 years prayer and worship has been offered to God on a daily basis which continues to this day.
Return to the Iron Age and travel back in time over 2,000 years to experience life in the Iron Age...
A lovely time was had in a very atmospheric cottage. Enjoyed walking to Cwmtydu via the stream and to Llangrannog. A really stunning area. Thank you!
Such a tranquil place, just what we needed. This really is a beautiful place to stay, feels wonderfully secluded but yet not far away from anything. The owners have got it just right! Will recommend to everyone and will be back again!
We have spent a wonderful week here in Bryn-y-Gof. Loved the bath, the fire, the garden. Stunning beaches, delicious cafes, wonderful walks. We even saw a seal and pup nearby. Great local farm shop. The honey farm and Teifi Cheese great too. All in all a gorgeous week finishing with a stunning sunset at Llangrannog this evening. Thank you!
Beautiful cottage, very homely. Loved the terraced gardens and the amazing variety of birds that visited. We have enjoyed some wonderful walks via the waterfall and coastal path. The scenery as you travel along in the Rheidol Valley steamtrain is breathtaking. Well worth it. Thanks!
What a wonderful cottage to relax & rewind. A really peaceful place, a real home from home, We look forward to our return.