Brynhoreb is a delightful, cosy cottage in a tranquil rural setting and yet only three miles from Aberystwyth and the wonderful coastline of Ceredigion. The garden raised up behind the cottage takes full advantage of the stunning vista. Whether you are sitting in the comfortable summer house, on the decked terrace created to look like a pirate ship, or relaxing in the bubbling hot tub, you can glimpse the sea across the rolling countryside. There is even an information pack provided in the cottage, perfect for those wanting to explore the surrounding area.
Apart from its sweeping promenade and pier, Aberystwyth has the famous Constitution Hill, the Victorian equivalent of a modern day theme park, rising dramatically from the sea, providing spectacular and uninterrupted views of the town, Cardigan Bay, and on a clear day, 26 mountain peaks spanning much of the length of Wales. This majestic panorama can be reached by train on the longest funicular electric cliff railway in Britain, which has been transporting visitors to the summit since opening in 1896. Aberystwyth is also the starting point for the Vale of Rheidol steam railway to Devils Bridge and a huge tumbling waterfall and gorge; a scenic journey well worth taking. Aberystwyth is much more than a seaside town. It is surrounded on three sides by some of the most glorious countryside in the UK. Apart from the wonderful Ceredigion Heritage Coast, there are the mountains of Pumlumon to the north-east, where the sources of both the Severn and the Wye are to be found. Pumlumon is part of the Cambrian Mountain Range, the last refuge of the Red Kite in Britain, until a few years ago when a management and protection scheme was started. Now you will frequently see them soaring above the hills and hear their distinctive cry. The visitor attraction of the Red Kite Feeding Station is just nine miles away, close to the Silver Mountain Mining Experience, another great attraction for families.
Other interesting places to visit in the area and within easy reach from Brynhoreb is the impressive sand dune system of the Ynyslas National Nature Reserve, which jut out halfway across the mouth of the Dovey Estuary; the colourful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron and the pretty resort of New Quay that once inspired poet Dylan Thomas, and where Bottlenose dolphins can often been seen from the harbour. The whole area is a haven for walkers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts and lovers of golden sandy beaches, many of them dog friendly year round. Brynhoreb is the perfect base to discover what a Welsh gem Ceredigion is – you will certainly want to return once you’ve been!
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The property has 11 steps to the entrance, has oil central heating and comprises:
Lounge: With tiled floor, wood burner, 24" Freeview TV, DVD player and CD/radio.
Kitchen: Farmhouse style with wooden floor, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and small dining area.
Bedroom 1: With single bed.
Bathroom: With shower over roll top bath and WC.
Staircase leading directly into...
Bedroom 2: With double bed with divider leading to...
Bedroom 3 (not a separate room): With twin beds.
All oil, electric, bed linen and towels included. Logs for wood burner available locally. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate supplied on request. Wi-Fi.
Enclosed garden with summer house, decked terrace, garden furniture, BBQ and distant sea views. Private hot tub. Parking for two cars. Please note: Access to the garden is via multiple steps and a sloping pathway.
Nearest railway station
Railway station distance
3 miles (beach)