Situated in a peaceful, idyllic courtyard, this property is a conversion of the stables which belonged to "Big House", situated next door and boasts a perfect location for keen walkers, including pets. Situated 4 miles from the market town of Newcastle Emlyn and, in the other direction, the delightful Welsh seaside village of Aberporth. This cottage is ideally suited for walkers, bird watchers and nature lovers of all kinds.
Highlights of the cottage are: many original features relating to the former use of the cottage, and with very limited imagination this dwelling can take you back to an almost forgotten era. Other features are the landscaped gardens with its very own disused quarry and incorporating a built in barbecue and patio area
At night the absence of ambient light means the stars put on spectacular show, and the complete silence is only broken by the hooting of the resident owl. Morning brings the dawn chorus in fantastic fashion, broken only by the harsh tones of the pheasants.
There is a village pub a very short car journey away (or a long walk),which serves good local produce, and local ales, but for cafes and grocery shopping the is a short journey to Newcastle Emlyn needed. Here you will find many conveniences such as an Indian restaurant, a supermarket, cafes and antique shops, all working hand in hand with the traditional rural lifestyle which incorporates a weekly cattle market.
5 miles in the other direction from the cottage is the delightful seaside village of Aberporth. This sleepy, largely unspoiled hamlet has 2 superb beaches and is ideal for both families and pets. While there you can explore the coves, picnic on the beach, or go for that seaside favourite, fish and chips, at the award winning chip shop.
The property has three bedrooms.
Bedroom 1 has a double bed
Bedroom 2 has two single beds
Bedroom 3 is a mezzanine floor, with a double bed
There is a bathroom upstairs, which has a toilet, wash basin, shower/bath
Downstairs there is a good size kitchen with everything you would expect in a modern kitchen. This leads directly, through to the living room with 2 armchairs and a large 2/3 seater settee
Below the mezzanine bedroom is a utility living space, which can be used as a dining room, play room for children or just a different living space, which has its own toilet.
There is parking for 2 cars.
Although the garden is landscaped to a high spec, it is not suitable for unsupervised small children, due to its steep nature and amount of steps.