Furnished and equipped to an exceptional standard, The Mill offers a fantastic base to explore the dramatic Ceredigion coastline. . Large, beamed living/dining room with underfloor heating, French doors and oak floor, open-plan with spacious, well-equipped beamed farmhouse-style kitchen with breakfast area and tiled floor. Step to double bedroom. Separate toilet. First floor: Two double bedrooms, each with 5ft bed; one with en-suite shower room and toilet. Twin bedroom. All bedrooms with TV. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet..
- Outside decking with furniture
- Elec, oil underfloor CH, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi inc
- Freeview TV
- 23 acres of natural landscaped and woodland grounds
- Hot tub for 8 (private)
- Shared tennis court and children’s play area
- Ample parking
- Welcome pack (weekly bookings only)
- No smoking
- NB: Fenced lakes in grounds
. These two holiday properties, The Mill ref OM3 and The Stable ref OM4, are on the same site as the beautiful conversions of traditional Welsh long barns Tan Y Dderwen (Under The Oak, ref OZV), Beudy Bach (Little Cowshed, ref OZW) and Gwel-Y-Llyn (Lake View, ref OZX). The Mill is a converted mill, furnished and equipped to an exceptional standard, keeping its traditional style with a touch of class. It offers an ideal holiday base for friends and family. The Stable is a beautiful stable conversion situated in a 23-acre private estate which boasts magnificent views of the countryside and private lakes. Located in a tranquil setting surrounded by rolling countryside, these wonderful family properties boast character and all the comforts for the perfect countryside holiday. Close to the borders of both mid and south Wales, the properties provide perfect accommodation ideally placed for exploring the dramatic Ceredigion coastline where bottlenose dolphins are often seen.
The picturesque fishing town of Aberaeron is only six miles away with its large harbour encased by pastel-shaded Georgian houses. A short drive inland leads to the rural and traditional towns of Lampeter and Tregaron, where the Welsh language is mostly used by the locals. Tregaron feels almost untouched by the 21st century and is a bastion of the Welsh language and culture. The river running through the town centre leads to Cors Caron, a national nature reserve of peat bog which is one of the most impressive wildlife areas in Wales; home to rare marsh grasses, black adders, buzzards and even the occasional red kite. A perfect opportunity to discover the real Wales. Shops 3 miles, pub in village.