Unique, comfy cottage built into the clifftops of Ceredigion with spectacular sea views.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
A truly unusual, and unique holiday home, Caerwenfor sits some 300 metres above the sea on a giant cliff top between Llangrannog and Cwmtydu. This fabulous cottage has 52 acres of land and is incredibly isolated and private, whilst offering some of the best coastal views around. An ideal escape for lovers of the seaside, guests can gaze down from the large picture windows at the bay and spot dolphins, seals, sea birds as well as red kites and peregrine falcons. On a clear day you can see Bardsey island on the Lleyn peninsula.
Whilst the views are spectacular, the cottage also has a nice and well thought out interior. There are muted, subtle colour tones throughout, as well as comfy furnishings, and modern amenities. Sit on the leather sofa with your loved ones and fire up the log burner to stay nice and toasty in winter. Or, come summer, sit outside on the cottage roof and breathe in the fresh sea air as you enjoy the view.
The cottage has a nicely equipped kitchen with everything you need to prepare some delicious meals. There is an electric oven, ceramic hob, fridge/freezer, microwave oven, dishwasher and a breakfast bar where you can enjoy your morning coffee or sit with a glass of wine and keep the designated cook company. There are also two leather tub chairs beside the window with more fantastic sea views.
The cottage has an indoor dining table for four, or you may wish to enjoy your meal al fresco on the roof where there's a sturdy picnic bench. The lounge is complete with two large comfy sofas, an armchair, occasional furniture, a TV, a DVD player and freeview, so keeping entertained during your stay is nice and easy. The cottage has two bedrooms, both of which have comfy double beds, and there are two bathrooms complete with showers, bath tubs, WCs and wash basins.
Guests will want to head out and explore the area. The cottage itself sits on a Site of Special Scientific Interest, meaning there is a vast array of flora and fauna to see, so make sure you keep your eyes peeled. The fab beach of Cwmtydu is worth a visit and is just one-and-a-half miles down the road from the cottage. The picturesque towns of Aberporth, Llangrannog, New Quay, Aberaeron and Cardigan are all close by and offer great pubs, cafes, restaurants and shopping opportunities.
Property not suitable for young children due to the location near the cliff edge. Children need to be over 12 to visit the property and supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
Cardiff Airport - 2 hours 10 mins
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A wonderful cottage in an awe inspiring location. The cottage is equipped with top class equipment and furnishings. The hot tub is an added attraction, and again gives superb views. Well worth a visit.
Stayed April 2021
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