It is a perfect farm holiday cottage for family short breaks or holidays in west wales. Make the Granary cottage your base for exploring the cardigan bay coast. Dolphin watching boat trips from New Quay are a favourite activity in summer.
Pine floorboards give the Granary a light, fresh feel. Underfloor heating keep the ground floor nice and warm in the winter. The Granary barn retains original 19th century window nooks and high ceilings with exposed wooden beams adding plenty of character to this west Wales self-catering holiday cottage. The stone interior has been white washed in the original Welsh style using natural clay eco paints.
Downstairs a large open plan living area and sun room offer spectacular views over the Aeron Valley and the hills beyond. Leather sofas, and under floor central heating make a really comfortable living area, along with the open plan fitted kitchen and dining area.
Upstairs there is a double bedroom, 1 single room and 1 bunk bed room. Also upstairs is the shower room with WC, washbasin and shower cubicle.
The Granary Cottage Booking Availability
The Granary Cottage Reviews
(Taken from the Guest Book)
“The Granary cottage was truly an experience for all of us – we found it to be lovely, warm and inviting. We all look forward to coming back here soon.”
“The perfect antidote to the working week….”
“Lovely cottage and peaceful surrounding countryside.”
“What a wonderful peaceful setting! You have thought of everything we might need and more.”
”Absolutely wonderful, peaceful, thankyou! You have created something special here.”
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The Thatched Cottage
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