This cosy bolthole for two set in the beautiful Welsh countryside is a perfect escape to connect with nature and explore the spectacular coastline.
An elegant Welsh barn conversion surrounded by lush countryside and within easy reach of the Ceredigion Coast, this stylish retreat is perfect for a couple of keen walkers holidaying in West Wales with their four-pawed companions. Saunter through the charming streets of New Quay perched on the hilltop overlooking the sea and stroll along the shoreline as the sun sets, then perch on your secluded patio and toast with a glass of bubbly beneath the stars.
This traditional property features a sleek interior with exposed beamed ceilings, feature stable doors, and calming neutral tones. Store sandy shoes at the door then pad into the thoughtfully styled open-plan living space. Potter in the shaker-style kitchen bathed in the natural light of the Velux windows above. Fold out the wooden table and perch with your morning coffee and pastries or sink onto the sofa and rest up weary legs while you unwind with a film on the Smart TV. Retire to the airy king/twin bedroom for a restful night's sleep then indulge in a lazy morning lie-in before testing out the invigorating rainfall shower. Drink in the crisp country air from the patio or stretch your legs in the 4.5 acres of fields nearby.
Venture to the charming town of Llandysul, 6 miles, and brush up on your organic whisky knowledge at the Da Mhìle Distillery or enjoy a gentle amble along the banks of River Teifi, 6 miles. On sunny days, grab the deckchairs and while away the hours on the sweeping sandy shores of Penbryn Beach, 16 miles. Head inland where wildlife watchers and keen cyclists alike can follow sections of the winding trails along The Big Wilderness Adventure route starting at Llandovery, 24 miles.