One of seven former farm buildings this converted cottage with hot tub is near to the town of Cardigan, with its lovely beaches, shops, pubs and restaurants, perfect for a romantic getaway
Nestled in attractive gardens with BBQ and play areas, there is a laundry room and guests have use of a shared swimming pool during the summer months.
Perfect for couples wanting to get away from the stresses of everyday life this relaxing retreat is an ideal destination whatever the time of year. Tastefully decorated throughout, the comfortable open-plan living area combines traditional style with modern fixtures and fittings to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
There is lots to see and do close by with numerous cycling paths and scenic walks right on the doorstep,
is easily reached by car or train and the beautiful beaches of the South Wales coast are less than an hour's drive
The far-reaching views and indulgent hot tub make this impeccable property a popular choice with couples looking for a peaceful retreat in the stunning Welsh countryside, resulting in tons of positive reviews.
Finished to the highest standard the furniture and décor provide a truly homely feel without compromising on luxury and the open-air swimming pool is a delight during the summer months.
This charming property comprises of one double bedroom with modern en-suite bathroom, contemporary kitchen, dining area and cosy seating area with log burner.
There is underfloor heating throughout making Pen-y-Bryn enjoyable at any time of year. Outside there is a patio and a luxurious hot tub and access to the owner's communal gardens which include a children's play area, picnic spots and BBQ area
Pen-y-Bryn allows two well-behaved dogs, so you can enjoy a break in Wales with your best friend. Play on the beaches together, many of which allow dogs all year round, enjoy boat trips and afterwards enjoy lunch in one of the many dog friendly pubs.
With miles of open countryside for Fido to romp and play, there are few places that can compare with South Wales for a dog friendly holiday.
In this section, we take a look at Pen-y-Bryn along with checking out the amenities. Also, what the surrounding area has to offer
This delightful retreat for two is peaceful and boasts stunning views but is also close enough to amenities, so you won't feel too cut off.
The local village of Penparc has two petrol stations with small shops and off licence and nearby Cardigan offers a wide range ofrestaurants, shops and pubs as well as some spectacular beaches around the Cardigan Bay area.
The property has underfloor heating throughout and a wood burning stove ensuring guests are warm and cosy, whatever the weather
There is a flat-screen TV with Freeview, DVD player with selection of DVDs and a selection of games to get competitive in the evenings.
Visitors to Pen-y-Bryn have the added bonus of use of a shared outdoor swimming pool during the summer months, along with shared grounds which boast a children's play area and are ideal for an evening's stroll.
Pen-y-Bryn welcomes two well behaved pets, so you can bring your canine companion along to enjoy the Welsh countryside too.
Overall rating - 94%
Location & surroundings - 89%
Helpfulness of staff - 92%
Value for money - 90%
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Many visitors to this area want to chill out and enjoy the spectacular scenery. However, guests enjoying a hot tub break at Pen-y-Bryn can also enjoy some terrific attractions and a wealth of activities.
The busy town of Cardigan in Ceredigion is located on the River Teifi and offers an array of shops, tea rooms, restaurants, pubs and a majestic ruined castle.
The dramatic Pembrokeshire coastline is only a few miles away with its lovely Blue Flag sandy beaches, here you can take a boat trip to spot porpoises, dolphins and seals, or have a go at one of the numerous water sports on offer.
Spend the day shopping in Cardiff, visit Big Pit-National Coal Museum or discover the country's heritage at one of the many magnificent castles. Step back in time with a journey on the The Vale of Rheidol Railway, visit the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm or head to the National Wool Museum at Dre-fach Felindre.
Kayaking, coasteering, assault courses, archery and white-water rafting are all available for those wanting some thrills on their hot tub break and for the less adventurous more relaxing pursuits like golf, fishing and pony-trekking are popular.
This relaxing retreat set deep in the heart of the Welsh countryside is the ideal location to explore the area
Spend days enjoying the great outdoors and leisurely evenings curled up in front of the wood burning stove or relaxing in the decadent Jacuzzi
Romantic hot breaks don’t come much better.
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