Tan-y-Bryn sleeps four guests and is a single level holiday home of Three Star standard (inspected by the Welsh Tourist Board). With a double and twin bedroom, the cottage is perfect for families, couples and friends seeking a holiday by the sea and sits within the beauty of Ceredigion in a tranquil spot amidst the Welsh Hills.
Offering affordable accommodation, Tan-y-Bryn is a real home from home and is perfectly placed within ten minute’s walking distance of the fabulous National Trust owned golden beach of Penbryn.
Nestling amongst trees in a picturesque wooded valley, Tan-y-Bryn is a popular choice with walkers, birdwatchers and those looking to escape away from it all and relax in a coastal setting. Enjoy wonderful walks straight from the front door and lazy days on the beach without the need to use a car.
Whilst being a popular holiday destination, Ceredigion has managed to retain an unspoilt beauty. A place where you can escape away from the crowds, enjoy wonderfully clean beaches and waters, spot an abundance of marine and bird life, and visit some of Wales most impressive castles (including those at Cilgerran and Cardigan).
Stretching for fifty miles, Ceredigion’s stunning coastline is perfectly sandwiched between the spectacular National Parks of Pembrokeshire and Snowdonia and steeped in maritime history. Visit the picturesque fishing villages that are dotted along the coast and learn about the tales of smugglers past, and visit the historic market towns for a real sense of local life and produce.
A true jewel in the Welsh Crown, Ceredigion has wide appeal. Younger visitors will enjoy spending their days playing on glorious beaches and building sandcastles until their heart is content, or visiting popular attractions such as Reptile World and the bees at Honey Farm. Whilst adults can enjoy miles of incredible coastal walks. For wildlife enthusiasts, a dolphin spotting boat trip is a must, as well as a visit to one of the nature reserves (popular choices for twitchers are the Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest where you will see Red Kites and the Dyfi Estuary with a diverse range of wildlife to spot).
For something a little more leisurely and nostalgic, take a ride on a steam train with either the Teifi Valley Railway or the Vale of Rheidol Railway, discover the magic of the Cenarth Falls or enjoy some true indulgence at Haverford West’s Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Factory - sure to be popular with everyone!
Having one of Ceredigion's finest beaches and miles of coastal footpath on the doorstep, and plenty of great day trips out within easy driving distance, Tan-y-Bryn is the perfect choice for those who want to get out and about exploring, as well as those who simply want to relax by the sea.
Julia Currant joined Independent Cottages in June 2016
Outside: There is a large garden with lots of room to relax when the weather is warmer. Outdoor furniture and BBQ provided and ample off-road parking.
Additional information: Pets are very welcome at an additional charge of £10 per pet per week to cover additional cleaning. Unfortunately short breaks are not available. Heating is via night storage heaters and air exchangers and included in the rental charges. Bed linen and towels are provided (but please bring beach towels).
Star Rating: 3 Star
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