Charming end of terrace cottage on the edge of Aberporth village. Perfect spot to relax, visit attractions, enjoy activities and discover Ceredigion’s coast, countryside and culture
This end of terrace property is ideally located for those who enjoy the sea, sandy beaches, water sports and walking. One mile from Aberporth with its sandy beaches and pubs. New Quay offers an array of activities, galleries, shops and eateries as well as the historic town of Cardigan with its restored Castle. Tresaith is worth a visit with its waterfall and join one of the myriad of footpaths on the Wales Coastal Path. Within easy reach are a wide range of events to attend and a plethora of cafes, pubs and restaurants to delight your taste buds. Whether you want an action packed holiday or to relax and unwind in beautiful scenery, this is just what you are looking for.
Enter the property via the patio area to the front of the property, opening in to the light and airy cottage which has been beautifully and artistically decorated. The spacious open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner has all the thoughtful little extras for your holiday. The kitchen has an electric oven and hob, microwave, washing machine and fridge/freezer if you decide to eat in. The dining table is perfectly positioned with views to the front of the property, whilst you enjoy a bite to eat and plan tomorrow’s activities. The comfy sofa is well positioned to read a book, open the rear doors to the garden. The front doorway and hall offer space for your walking boots or flip flops. To the right of the entrance doorway you will find a elegant shower room and WC. As you head upstairs there are two welcoming bedrooms, one spacious double and one twin bedroom and a further WC
Stepping outside to the front of the property you will find a patio area with seating, to the rear of the property you will find a garden area which is accessed via the lounge patio doors. It is set amongst similar cottages in 40 acres of shared grounds. There is ample private parking.