2 bed cottage, sunny conservatory, open views close to beaches& dolphin watching
Anna Lucas&Bruno Donis
- english, french
About Anna Lucas&Bruno Donis
Artist film-maker and French translator based in London but needing a bolthole and a corner of the countryside for our son to identify with.
Anna Lucas&Bruno Donis purchased this House in 2015
Why Anna Lucas&Bruno Donis chose Llandysul
We found the cottage on a whim. It's in a fantastic location and has a great feeling to it with it's wooden panelled walls, sunrise visible from the beds, bright conservatory and cosy log burner. The garden is full of different spots to play or relax with it's dry stone walls, wild planting, pond, mini trampoline and basketball net. It's the perfect mix of relaxed and cosy, light and open. The views are great, skies are dark and twinkling and the beauty of the local beaches, rugged coastline and wooded valleys keeps on delivering whatever the season. The area is very friendly, and keeps on satisfying us.
What makes this House unique
The cottage was renovated by the previous owner from a wreck. It still retains it's character, with original timber walls and an exposed fireplace, but also benefits from good insulation and a conservatory! The bedrooms have stunning views of the landscape, you feel away from it all, whilst the friendly village of Llangrannog with it's beach and pubs is only 2miles away.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
The cottage is on the spectacular Ceredigion Heritage Coast path, just over a mile from the sea, with lovely open views of rural West Wales all around it. The local town of Llangrannog is a friendly small beach town with two pubs, two cafes, a farmers market and grocers. The nearby towns of Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn and Aberaeron offer great food, antiques and local food shopping. The River Teifi is a great river for fishing and watching the salmon leap. There are many other things of interest within an hours drive including gardens, museums and castles, outdoor activity centres, a honey farm, Welsh woollen museum, National Trust landscape and property etc. This stretch of coast has some of the UKs best dolphin and seal watching with boat trips from New Quay. Guests have travelled from here into Pembrokeshire to St Davids and the Preselli hills, Poppet sands, to Kayak along the coast. You can pick up eggs, homemade jam, and logs from many honesty stalls along the country lanes.