Riverside self catering cottage near beach
Each self catering cottage has its own spacious grounds, plenty of parking and are only minutes from the sea, being ideal for groups up to 6. The two holiday cottages in Wales have similar layouts but you can visit our web site to compare the two. One has two bathrooms, the other a conservatory.
Nearby to the cottages is excellent walking, trout fishing, sandy beaches, mouthwatering restaurants and hostelries with a hospitable Welsh welcome.
If you are looking for quiet place to get away from it all or a cottage for an activity holiday in Wales, Cardigan Bay or its surroundings, Geryllethi and Pine Grove holiday cottages have it all. Nestling in a green valley, sheltered from the nearby Cardigan Bay, any visitor will have no problem recharging their batteries.
The area around Geryllethi and Pine Grove is picturesque and steeped in history.
The rugged coastline and the sea is ideal for sun-worshippers, sailors and surfers.
There are innumerable official and unofficial walks centred on the house. Some are hard-going even for regular ramblers and others are ideal for those looking to explore the local beers and friendly hostelries.
A thick folder in the cottage is constantly updated with brochures and leaflets detailing a massive variety of things to see and do.
But if you are just looking to get away from everyone, the secluded setting of the bungalow means you can sit out in the garden, listen to the river and watch the birds. And if the weather is less pleasant you can bask in the spacious conservatory or warm your toes in front of the fire.
Things to do:
Walking and trekking
Follow the Dylan Thomas trail
Dry-slope skiing and other adventure sports
Visit Cardigan Island – see the seals off the coast
Take a boat trip from New Quay harbour to see the dolphins
Visit Devil’s Bridge and take a trip on the steam railway
Feed the farm animals at Llanrhystud
Visit the local markets
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This page was last updated: 28 January 2011