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Country cottage set by the river
Warming wood burner with plenty of logs
Solid wood kitchen looking out to the garden
Rustic dining area with stairs to the first floor
A property with a rich and interesting history
Handmade super-king-size bedroom on the ground floor
Bathroom with period features on the first floor
Twin bedroom
Spacious double bedroom
Enclosed back garden with wild flowers and seating area
Relax and enjoy the views of Aberaeron harbour
Explore Aberporth beach during your stay
Explore Aberaeron with its array of shops and cafes
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3 / 17  Warming wood burner with plenty of logs
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6 / 17  A property with a rich and interesting history
7 / 17  Handmade super-king-size bedroom on the ground floor
8 / 17  Bathroom with period features on the first floor
9 / 17  Twin bedroom
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12 / 17  Enclosed back garden with wild flowers and seating area
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15 / 17  Relax and enjoy the views of Aberaeron harbour
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17 / 17  Explore Aberaeron with its array of shops and cafes

Cwm Cloccs

Aberaeron (3.5mls SE), West Wales
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 3
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Hot tub
Internet access
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Rustic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Whatever the season the landscape offers beautiful scenery, you may even see a red kite
  • Visit the popular seaside towns of Aberaeron, Aberporth and New Quay
  • Beautiful National Trust Llanerchaeron House is a short drive
  • Keen bird watchers can relax in the garden and enjoy the array of wildlife
  • Paradise for walking, mountain biking, water sports, wildlife watching and fishing
  • Perfect to experience the very best coast, countryside and culture of Ceredigion
Property code: 55308

A rustic country cottage at the end of a private lane yet only a few miles from the beautiful west Wales coast. Relax with just the sounds of the local wildlife and stream trickling by to disturb you.

Enjoy an enchanting stay at this magical cottage, nestled among the trees close to Ciliau Aeron, 3.5 miles from Aberaeron, in West Wales. Tucked away within the spellbinding Aeron Valley, the delightful stone property, once home to a clog maker, sleeps up to six guests and even welcomes a trio of delighted dogs along for the break. While away your afternoons on nearby sandy beaches, plan walks through the leafy woodland and bubble in the hot tub as you soak up the serenity of your surroundings.

Open the front door of this charming abode and find yourselves in an inviting, rustic-style dining room, with a stone floor and an old range. Take a step down into the kitchen to whip up wholesome meals on the modern, range-style cooker. The lounge is equally inviting, with its wood burner that can be stoked up on chilly evenings to create a cosy ambience. Watch TV and play games in here too. You also have a super-king-size bedroom on the ground floor. A double bedroom and a twin can be found up on the first floor, together with the family bathroom and a small, children’s den. Bask in the sunshine out in the gorgeous cottage garden. Explore the generous grounds, fire up the hot tub and watch the birds in the trees. Keep an eye on children and dogs near the river and take care driving on the lane, where you will also park, as it is not entirely level.

Head into Aberaeron to go to the beach or follow a section of the Wales Coast Path and keep an eye out for dolphins in the sea. Visit the National Trust’s Llanerchaeron House, 1.5 miles from the cottage; designed by architect John Nash, this also features walled gardens, a farm and a lake.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 super-king-size, 1 double and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • Private hot tub
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Ample off-road parking at end of private lane
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 3 dogs welcome
  • Beach 3.5 miles at Aberaeron, pubs and shops 3 miles
  • TV in the lounge
  • Large gardens bordered by stream and woodland

Lauren Llewellin

This property is personally managed by Lauren.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 21 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Linda 24th September 2021

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We has a great time at the cottage Grandchildren stayed part of the time , we lit a outdoor fire and they loved toasting marshmallows', then going in the hot tub. Great hit with them

Reviewed by Kate 20th August 2021

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A Hansel and Gretel cottage without the witch! Tucked away in quiet, green woods, this is the perfect place for a peaceful holiday. We loved the hot tub and spent most nights enjoying the bubbles and looking at the stars. Comfy beds and the snug upstairs was perfect for our teens to hang out and watch movies. There is pretty much no phone signal buRead moret there is WiFi. 10 mins from Aberaeron with supermarket, restaurants, cafes and crabbing! New Quay is 20 mins away and Cian beach is a must. Hide

Reviewed by Mike 2nd July 2021

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A beautiful remote and secluded location yet still close to all the amenities youll need for your holiday. We loved the rustic nature of the cottage, the stream at the bottom of the garden and of course, the hot tub which got plenty of use. Comfortable and well equipped and great if you want to get away from your mobile phone, although the wifi is Read morethere if you need to contact the outside world! Hide

Reviewed by Wendy 25th June 2021

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Enchanting cottage in the woods. Completeley remote. If you want to recharge this is the place. Just wonderful.

Reviewed by Sandra 28th May 2021

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Reviewed by Roza 2nd May 2021

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The cottage is in a wonderful location, which will stay in our hearts. We had a fantastic stay, on both sunny and rainy days. The house is warm, comfortable, decorated simply but with flair. We had everything we needed. The hot tub was certainly one of the highlights of our stay as you don't often get the chance to relax in a hot tub surrounded by Read morenature with music playing loud and not a worry in the world. It is an ideal choice if you have dogs with plenty of surroundings to explore safely. Hide

Reviewed by Mark 2nd April 2021

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What a great place to stay. The owners were very helpful. The river at the bottom of the garden was a great play area for the dogs. Talking about the dogs, this cottage is the deal place to take dogs, although garden is enclosed, if they did run out, the cottage is so isolated, there would be very little chance of the dogs either causing or attractRead moreing any danger. For any humans, of course the hot tub was a great place to relax after a day visiting one of many beaches or walks nearby. 9/10 Hide

Reviewed by Laura 11th December 2020

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Amazing cottage & location. The hot tub is really nice. Will definitely come back :)

Reviewed by Linda 3rd December 2020

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Really enjoyed our stay in this beautiful cottage. Such a lovely setting and within easy drive of the coast. The hot tub in the garden was a delight. Would really recommend it if looking fir a peaceful break.

Reviewed by Jessica 2nd October 2020

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Tucked away down its own private lane this beautiful and sensitively restored cottage is nestled in woodland with a river running through the front garden. A true relaxation get away. We loved the huge hot tub, incredibly comfy bed and cozy log burner (with plenty of wood). The back garden was very secure for the dog and the lovely host Tam was kinRead mored enough to recommend lots of local beaches we could take him - although the TV and WiFi proved very handy for the rainy days! Hide

Reviewed by Laura 25th September 2020

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Certainly the best cottage we have stayed in. Wonderfully secluded and surrounded by woodland. The owners were very welcoming and our 2 dogs and toddler loved it. Have already rebooked for next year.

Reviewed by Emma 11th September 2020

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Cwm Cloccs is simply idyllic ! As soon as we arrived, we knew this would be a special stay. The cottage provided everything we needed including one of the most comfy beds weve ever slept in but the prize is the location ! If you want your own crystal clear river, your own woodland, your own piece of heaven then look no further. The website photos dRead moreo not come close to revealing its magic ! Hide

Reviewed by Liz 4th September 2020

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This is probably one of the most unique and tranquil places we've ever stayed. The peace is fantastic. Wonderful sound of the stream, birds in the day, bats at night. I miss it already. The property is rustic which suits its surroundings. All rooms are lovely although top marks go to the amazing superking size wooden bed, haven't slept so well for Read moreyears. We had a couple of hiccups to start but these were quickly sorted by Tam and her husband, and i appreciate they were having probs that day Hide

Reviewed by Dan 28th August 2020

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A superb cottage in amazing surroundings. The perfect place to get away from everything and just relax.

Reviewed by Sarah 21st August 2020

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Reviewed by Kim 17th July 2020

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The property is very secluded ideal to get away from it all. No phones signal ideal to go off the grid and enjoy that family time. Hot tub is a great asset to help you unwind. It is a quaint property in a great location the surrounding area is superb and the locals are really friendly.

Reviewed by Laura 21st February 2020

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We have been to quite a few of the holiday cottages on this website now and this was by far the best. An absolutely magical place, the photos don't do it justice. This was the most secure cottage for dogs we've stayed in. Thank you for a wonderful stay

Reviewed by Mark 24th January 2020

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Secluded cottage. Which was silent at night other than the small river running past the location. Very dark at night would be ideal for star gazing. Hot tub was just what we needed on a cold winters stay. Comfortable furniture. Log burner was amazing. Kitchen was modern but in a old fashion setting. Whilst quiet and secluded aberaeron was a short cRead morear journey away. Hide

Reviewed by Diane 3rd January 2020

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This place is surrounded by woodland with a river running by it. I love just hearing the sounds of yhr river, yhe trees and the birds, perfrct family time log burner, hottub, no phone signal didnot miss wi fi, for me it was perfect

Reviewed by Ceri 4th November 2019

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Really enjoyed our stay at the Cottage! Rural and secluded- perfect to relax and chill out!

Reviewed by Jo 18th October 2019

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Such a beautiful place! The cottage is like stepping back in time but with modern home comforts. We had a perfect, relaxing week with our teenage boys and two labs. The dogs loved the river stream at the end of the garden!

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Country cottage set by the river
Warming wood burner with plenty of logs
Solid wood kitchen looking out to the garden
Rustic dining area with stairs to the first floor
A property with a rich and interesting history
Handmade super-king-size bedroom on the ground floor
Bathroom with period features on the first floor
Twin bedroom
Spacious double bedroom
Show 5 moreEnclosed back garden with wild flowers and seating area

Location

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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