Trenewydd Farm cottages Nr Cardigan - Bwthyn Castan. Sleeps 5
An ideal cottage for either a family, or just a couple of people. Enjoying a sunny position with french doors leading onto a patio area and lawns. All rooms are on the same level with a wood beamed lounge, spacious yet retaining that cosy cottage atmosphere.
The separate open plan dining area leads off the rear of the lounge with access to the fully equipped kitchen, including washer-dryer, microwave oven, fridge freezer and dishwasher. This cottage has two bedrooms, one double and the other containing a set of full size bunk beds and a single bed. Both bedrooms are, of course, fully furnished with wardrobes, chest of drawers, etc.
Trenewydd (pronounced Tren-oo-ith) has 8 acres of peaceful rolling farmland with quiet wooded valleys and a superb stretch of unspoilt coastline nearby. We have an ideal location for discovering the unique charm of West Wales whether you choose inland or coastal scenery.
Just three miles away is the glorious sandy beach – "Poppit Sands" which has won a prestigious "Seaside Beach Award". The clean shallow sands make it an ideal, safe, swimming and boating beach. The sand is very good for sandcastles too! Within a few miles there are many other sandy beaches, like the National Trust beach at Penbryn, where you can relax on the sand while the children hunt amongst the rock pools, for giant crabs or search the caves for pirate treasure! And not forgetting the beautiful cove at "Mwnt" (also belonging to the National Trust) which has also won a "Seaside Beach Award" for the past three years and is a favourite stop for our resident school of dolphins! This summer the dolphins have been sighted regularly with their young and some of our visitors have even spotted leatherback turtles too.
With 170 miles of coastal path to choose from, walking is a great way to appreciate the majestic beauty of the wild and rocky Welsh coastline. Whether it’s an evening stroll or a day’s walk, you are sure to be rewarded with superb scenery and perhaps a glimpse of a seal, a dolphin, or one of the rare sea birds that visit the secluded coves and beaches that abound on this coastline. During May and June the tranquil beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path has even more to offer with an abundance of wildflowers on display and probably not another human being in sight! In September and October our local coves abound with the cries of newborn seal pups which are a delight for everyone to see.
Inland the Preseli Mountains dominate the skyline, their ancient standing stones shrouded in mysterious Celtic beauty. Mountains and water are a part of West Wales and the River Teifi flowing out to sea at Poppit is an important part of the life of the Teifi valley. At Cenarth with its unique fishing museum, the River Teifi crashes and roars in a cascading waterfall and provides many a visiting fisherman with his first taste of Sewin (seatrout), whilst Bass and Mackerel provide the main sport for the sea angler.
For those less energetic days you can simply sit on the lawn in front of your cottage or relax with a favourite book by our beautiful sparkling swimming pool whilst your children meet our farm pets. Our pet sheep and their lambs in the springtime. We always have lambs in Spring to be fed by bottle. Siani (pronounced Shanee) & Sam, our loveable donkeys always loves a carrot!
Your holiday is very important to you, it’s a time to unwind and relax, to feel free to enjoy yourself in your own way, whether energetic sports or simply sitting in a comfortable chair reading the paper – it’s your holiday. Your holiday is important to us as well and we believe that Trenewydd Farm Cottages will make your holiday something special
Trenewydd Farm cottages - Nr Cardigan - Pembrokeshire