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Ty Canol Holiday Cottage

Ref: pem4792
Rhoshill, Cardigan, West Wales and Pembrokeshire
Single Property

Contact: Heather Mathias

Pembrokeshire SA432TR

Changeover: Friday, Monday
Open: All year

Short breaks available
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Number of properties: 1
Maximum group number: 6

Pets welcome
Children Welcome
No smoking
Internet Access
Open Fire
Pub within a mile and a half Pub Nearby
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Single holiday let sleeping up to 6 guests

A lovingly restored cottage in the little hamlet of Rhoshill, deep within the spectacular Pembrokeshire countryside.

This charming and beautifully furnished cottage is replete with country chic - the palette is soft, warm and welcoming, furniture, fabrics and appliances are of a high quality. The stylish open plan living area and cosy underfloor heating on the ground floor give plenty of 21st century space and comfort - whilst period touches such as exposed stone walls, the original bread oven and a wonderful curved oak lintel over the red brick fireplace give testament to the property’s age. Ty Canol has lost none of its of traditional charm.

The cottage is a great place to stay whatever the season. Along with the underfloor heating, there is central heating and a fabulous woodburner in the lounge area - perfect for getting toasty after a day in the hills. Mod cons include WiFi, a TV/DVD player with Freeview in each bedroom and USB charging points in all bedrooms and the kitchen.

Outside you will find a safe, secure enclosed garden - perfect for children. The courtyard area has garden furniture and a BBQ.

The hamlet is surrounded by the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside and there are plenty of walks on your doorstep. The nearby Preseli Hills (4 miles) are a walkers paradise - the wild moorland summits offer breathtaking views over to Ireland and Snowdonia. Why not walk the Golden Road? This 8 mile track runs along the spine of the Hills and is reputed to date back some 5,000 years. This ancient route was possibly used to transport Wicklow gold all the way to Wessex. Whatever the truth, with links to the Mabininogian, Stonehenge and the many Bronze and Iron Age monuments - along with jaw dropping scenery, it is a fascinating landscape to explore.

The area is great for culture vultures. Before you visit, do check out what’s on at Rhosygilwen. This fantastic arts venue is just a mile from the cottage and has an amazing programme of music, arts and culture. The bustling market town of Aberteifi (Cardigan) is just 5 miles away and has many galleries, art & craft exhibitions and independent shops. A great place to potter! The town has a vibrant cultural life and holds many festivals throughout the year.

The village of Cilgerran is just 2 miles away - the dramatic ruin of its C13th castle looms over the Teifi gorge and makes an excellent picnic spot. ​The village boasts 3 local pubs, a Chinese takeaway and a village shop selling great local produce. The local canoe centre offers a great way to explore the beautiful landscape and wildlife of Teifi river, the gentle waters suiting people of all ages and abilities.

Cilgerran is also home to the Welsh Wildlife Centre - a fantastic place to discover the wildlife of the Teifi marshes. The Centre offers plenty of nature trails, an adventure playground, willow maze, and the chance to meet the resident water buffalo. The Cardi Bach Cycle Trail is a traffic free, family friendly route along an old railway track, leading from the Welsh Wildlife Centre to Aberteifi.

The great curve of Cardigan Bay offers plenty of opportunities for watersports and adrenaline activities. Dolphin spotting boat trips are extremely popular with all the family - even if you don’t spot these elegant and fascinating mammals, there is plenty of other wonderful wildlife to discover… seals, basking sharks and minke whales and myriad birdlife.

The nearest sandy beach is the Blue Flag Award winning Poppit Sands, just a 15 minute drive away. Pembrokeshire has over 50 beaches, whilst neighbouring Ceredigion also boasts many hidden coves and secluded beaches. The small but beautiful stretch of sand at Mwnt, just 4 miles north of Cardigan was voted as one of the National Trust's top 'Special Places' in 2014.


Open plan living space consisting of:
-Living area (with Wood burner, Original bread oven and 32″ Freeview Tv, DVD player, DAB Radio)
-Fully fitted modern kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave, integrated fridge/ freezer and dishwasher, coffee machine
-Dining area
Utility Room with Washing machine, separate toilet and sink
Bedroom 1 with King size bed, 32″ TV/DVD player and free view
Bedroom 2 with King size bed, 32″ TV/DVD player and free view
Bedroom 3 with twin single beds, 26″ TV/DVD player and free view
Bathroom , shower over bath, heated sink and towel rail.
Courtyard and enclosed garden with garden furniture and bbq.
Ample off road parking for 2 cars

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