West Wales holiday house - 3 minutes walk from Tresaith Beach West Wales Pets welcome
- An elegant pet friendly Victorian villa which has been recently refurbished, decorated and furnished to the highest residential standards for holidays in West Wales near Tresaith beach. Pets are welcome too.
- Lots of the original features have been retained - tiled floors, Victorian fireplaces, cornices etc - and the modern, comfortable furniture and a luxury fitted kitchen make this a pleasing blend of old and new.
- Rooms are spacious, light and airy.
- The dining room suite has elegant leather chairs to seat 10 around a rectangular table with views through the beautiful bay window.
West Wales holiday house near Cardigan Heritage Coastal Walk & Tresaith Beac
- The garden, on several levels, is bounded by a stream - the 'Saith' - which tumbles over the cliffs onto Tresaith's sheltered, sandy beach. Dogs are welcome on Tresaith Beach all year round but in restricted areas only during summer months. The newly created Cardigan Heritage Coastal Walk runs past the end of the rear garden as it wends is way up to the clifftops. Pets welcome.
- Tresaith beach with its slipway is ideal for sailors, surfers, swimmers and rock poolers! There is a small café and The Ship Inn - a fabulous spot for al-fresco dining and watching the sunsets over the bay.
Penbryn Beach NT
- Spot the resident Bottlenose Dolphins, walk barefoot at low tide to Penbryn Beach, (N.T.) once very popular with smugglers, or take a cliff top walk along the Coastal Path
Aberporth Coastal Village & Mwnt Cove NT
- Aberporth, a busy seaside village with 2 beaches, shops, pubs and restaurants and secluded Mwnt Cove (N.T.) are both a short drive away from this holiday home - 3 minutes walk from Tresaith Beach
- Do visit Cardigan, the bustling county town which has a high street lined with Georgian shops, restaurants, supermarkets, theatre and cinema.
Cenarth Riverside Village
- The village of Cenarth is well worth a trip out from your West Wales holiday house in Tresaith. The beautiful river and waterfalls tumble through the centre passing under an ancient multi arched (most photogenic) stone bridge. There is an attractive riverside walk, a few interesting shops, places to eat and the National Coracle Centre is located here.
Bowen's Fish & Chips & Rhydlewis Trout Fishery
- Enjoy a delicious freshly cooked traditional fish meal in this cosy licensed cafe in St Dogmaels. The thrifty 'Cardi' professional families are known to entertain their friends here.
- Rhydlewis Trout Fishery has a 3 acre well stocked lake . You can have your catch smoked and sliced on the premises.
The Dylan Thomas Trail
- Do stroll along the Dylan Thomas Trail in New Quay. The easy 3 mile walk takes in Dylan's favourite haunts from when he lived in the pretty seaside village.
Y Felin Water Mill, St Dogmaels & Cilwendeg Shell House
- Visit one of the last working water mills in Wales. It produces traditional stoneground wholemeal flour (popular with diabetics for its low GI content) some of which is used to bake the scones and cakes served in the mill's tea shop.
- Cilwendeg Shell House is a delight. An ornamental grotto built in the late 1820's for Morgan Jones the Younger.
Welsh Stick Chairs & Vernacular Furniture, Mydroilyn
- Anyone interested in historical furniture will find this shop fascinating there is a fine collection of primitive Welsh country furniture mostly of 18th C oak.
Ceredigion Coastal Path Pets welcome
- The Ceredigion Coastal Path West Wales, close to this holiday house in Tresaith, is famous for its wild beauty and teeming wildlife. It's diverse landscapes include sandy beaches, secluded coves, dunes, rocky outcrops, waterfalls, rugged cliffs and prettty villages. Watch out for seals basking on the foreshore and dolphins & porpoise swimming in the bay.
Elegant holiday villa - 3 minutes walk from Tresaith Beach West Wales Pets welcome
- There is much to enjoy close to this pet friendly West Wales holiday villa 3 minutes walk fromTresaith Beach. Do explore the little known sandy coves & harbours and inland eight Teifi valley country market towns will provide much scenic motoring extending into the Cambriam Mountain foothills.