The perfect romantic getaway with a log burner and hot tub in the wilds of West Wales.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 3 nights high season
Beudy Bach is owned and managed by Ellie Waters.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Ellie Waters.
Repurposed / renovated building
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100% green energy supplier
Recycling of all recyclable waste
All food waste composted
Superior double or triple glazed windows
Nestled in a tranquil valley in Lampeter, Beudy Bach is a former cowshed dating back to the eighteenth century, and now lovingly restored and available as a romantic and secluded self-catering cottage. Stone built and benefitting from a pleasing open plan layout and charming wooden fixtures, Beudy Bach is the ultimate getaway for any couples or individual travellers looking to immerse themselves in nature without compromising on comfort, aesthetics, or romance.
The tiny-house style space overlooks a placid, natural pond, and the high windows allow fantastic views even from inside the building. The main living space is open plan, with high ceilings and exposed timber rafters overhead, and elegant design decisions which create a light and airy feel. The use of timber, whitewashed walls and natural stones create a subtle, rural feel, and visitors immediately feel architecturally in tune with their natural surroundings, while a combination of original features and contemporary touches have created a unique and comfortable space which remains popular with outdoorsy couples.
The open plan living area benefits from a complete kitchen set-up, with everything that you'll require for romantic evening meals, hearty slap up breakfasts before a long day of hiking, and picnics to take with you out in the hills. The bedroom is separate from the main space, with a wooden, low-slung bed and the same minimalist aesthetic which characterises the cottage, and there's also a small but functional shower room, with high pressure and hot water. A dining room has been carved from the space, as well as a lounge, although in the summer months guests typically tend to make the most most of the valley's light, using the outdoor dining furniture and spending every waking moment outside.
Best of all is the private wooden hot tub which overlooks the pond, and sits below a clear, starry sky. Whatever the season, there really is nothing quite like coming home from a long day spent exploring alone or with a lived one, and unwinding with a bottle of local beer in the hot tub, gazing out over uninterrupted rural vistas.
Beudy Bach is a half hour drive from some of Wales' finest beaches, including New Quay, Cei Bach, Llangrannog, and Penbryn. With miles of undulating coastline and beaches to suit every need, you're ideally located for a beach holiday, and there's even the possibility of glimpsing dolphins, porpoises, and seals. Foodies will be delighted by the towns of Lampeter and Aberaeron, boasting everything from artisanal ice cream at Contis to organic whiskey at Dà Mhìle. Harbourmaster and Y Polyn are fantastic restaurants, and the brewery at Penlon Cottage is a must-see, while there are excellent markets, delis and casual eateries in the region.
The price includes all firewood for the fire and wood fired hot tub, linen and towels. Short break are also available. We have a 2 night minimum stay.
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