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A delightfully secluded town cottage in medieval part of historic Cardigan.
The large enclosed garden has views of the river and embankment, providing a peaceful location and within walking distance of all the town amenities including The Welsh Wildlife Centre and Theatre Mwldan showing movies & live shows. A must see is newly restored, Cardigan Castle home of the first Eisteddfod in 1176 - the Welsh festival of literature, music & performance.
Within a short drive there are six beaches, boat trips to Cardigan Island for dolphin and seal spotting plus an 18 hole golf course at Gwbert. Boat mooring and slipway is within a few yards of the cottage. Parking for 2 cars. Cardigan town offers restaurants, cafes, shops, supermarket, Tourist Centre and Town Hall with arts & crafts.
Quiet hideaway close to lovely coastline
By Mr Robin H on 31-Aug-2016
31 Aug 2016: Robin H. said
Date of Stay: 20 Aug 2016
We were 4 adults plus infant. Lots of space for a family holiday, all the rooms were comfortable with contemporary decoration. Very little noise from the town yet shops were just 2 minutes walk away. Behind the house is an enclosed garden (toddler safe) and beyond that a small car park and green space by the river...lovely for a stroll to see ducks, waders and grebe. Cut through church and cross river to reach nature reserve with waders, kingfishers and much more. We had a restful time in and around the house, and had easy access to Mwnt, Poppit and Newport beaches. A wonderful break.
Cosy Welsh Cottage
By Ms Clare W on 28-Jun-2016
Date of Stay
9 Jun 2016
A pleasant cottage, with great new shower and everything we needed including sunny, garden in full bloom. Susie was very communicative. We would recommend a stay.