BrynIfor is a characterful Welsh holiday cottage that offers two reception rooms, both with open fires, and a kitchen diner overlooking the gardens and pond. Upstairs are four bedrooms (two doubles and two singles). The cottage is 4 miles from both New Quay and Llangrannog and so is ideally situated for exploring this stunning heritage coastline. Seals and Dolphins are regularly spotted along this coast. You can walk through the woods and along pretty lanes to Cwmtydu (2.5 miles) where you can pick up the All Wales Coast path and further explore this stunning coast.
In the cottage itself the main lounge has a period open fireplace and two comfy leather settees. A widescreen (smart) TV, DVD, docking station, and CD stereo are all provided. The second lounge (the piano room) has an old but recently tuned piano as well as a TV, a period open fireplace and lots of books and games for those lazy days in. There is also free Wi-Fi access throughout.
The well-equipped kitchen diner overlooks the gardens, patio and pond. There is a dishwasher, microwave, fridge freezer and ceramic-top cooker, and the dining area has a beautiful old range with an open fire too. There is also a washing machine in the separate utility room.
Upstairs are two double bedrooms (one being a four-poster) and two single bedrooms, with comfortable mattresses and antique furniture throughout. There is a TV in one double bedroom. The bathroom, with stunning countryside views, has a lovely bath and separate power shower.
Outside, the cottage has extensive fully landscaped gardens and a large furnished patio, barbecue and amazing rural views. The lovely gardens, with a pretty wildlife pond, are full of wild birds and visiting wildlife. A gate seperates the patio and side gardens from the main pond garden. There is even a large, covered gazebo with a bench so that you can sit and watch the wildlife or even barbecue in any weather.
The cottage has direct access to a seven-acre meadow where you are free to wander and meet the grazing sheep. The absence of light pollution ensures stunning sunsets and breathtaking night skies on clear nights.
BrynIfor is fully centrally heated, making it an ideal destination for a self-catering break in West Wales at any time of year. Bed linen and towels are provided