Hafod is a large detached bungalow furnished and equipped to a high standard with superb rural views from the rear of ''Foel Drygarn' one of the mountains in the Preseli range, an ideal base to explore the Preseli Hills and all the other delights in the county. The village of Crymych is one and a half miles away and has a shop and public houses. The sandy beach at Newport is fifteen minutes away and the historic town of Cardigan is 9 miles away with further beautiful sandy coves and quaint villages along the Ceredigion coast to enjoy such as Tresaith, Mwnt, Poppit Sands and Aberporth to name but a few. The Preseli Hills is a superb area for walking and cycling and getting away from it all while enjoying the beautiful scenery.
Sleeps 5 No Pets
Open plan Lounge/Dining/Kitchen, col TV, DVD, electric hob, oven, fridge, microwave and dishwasher.
Utility room, freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Bedroom 1, with 4' bed and
en suite Shower/WC/whb.
Bedroom 2, with double bed.
Bedroom 3, with 2 single beds.
Bathroom with bath/shower over, WC, whb.
Large patio area with garden seating and garden.
Rent inclusive of electricity and oil central heating. Duvets, bed linen and towels are provided.
Non smokers only.
Crymych is a small village of around 400 inhabitants in the north of Pembrokeshire, Wales. The village developed around the former Crymmych Arms railway station on the now closed line, nicknamed the Cardi Bach (Little Cardi), which ran from Whitland to Cardigan. Other than the Crymych Arms public house, which remains open to this day, little had existed at the spot before the coming of the railway. The community, however, grew rapidly as a service and transport centre for the surrounding uplands and acquired a reputation for being 'the Wild West of west Wales', reflected in the tongue-in-cheek appellation of Cowbois Crymych by which residents are sometimes known.
The village has given its name to an electoral ward of Pembrokeshire that encompasses the villages of Crymych itself and Eglwyswrw, as well as to the Megalithic burial mound knowns as Crymych Wayside Barrow.
Crymych is situated some 9 miles from Cardigan which lies on the estuary of the River Teifi at the point where Ceredigion meets Pembrokeshire. It was the county town of the pre-1974 county of Cardiganshire. It is the second largest town in Ceredigion. It is a significant regional administrative centre for West Wales, harbouring a hospital, college, a modern arts centre (with two-screen cinema) and a currently under-used nineteenth century guildhall together with a theatre and good shopping facilities.
Cardiff Airport - 102.3 miles takes 2 hours 26 minutes.
M4 Cardiff - 96.6 miles takes 2 hours 6 minutes. Nearest largest towns/city.
Fishguard - 19.3 miles takes 36 minutes.
Cardigan - 9 miles takes 23 minutes.
Carmarthen - 33.4 miles takes 59 minutes. Large shopping centre with most of the supermarkets and many of the other High Street shops, cinema.
Swansea - 59.7 miles takes 1 hour 38 minutes. Numerous shops, departments stores, cinemas, restaurants, marina and beaches.
Visitor attractions - The local leisure attractions, Manor House, Heatherton Country Sports Park, Folly Farm, and Oakwood are all within reachable by car.
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