Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Trem yr Afon is has been tastefully refurbished to a high standard, providing quality accommodation, in a most glorious setting.
The cottage remains a firm favourite with our guests, with many returning for successive years.
Free Wi-Fi is also available for the duration of your stay!
The cottage has two double bedrooms, sleeping 4 four people, with brand new Memory Foam mattresses, ensuring you have a comfortable night. All linen is high quality and non-allergenic.
A cot and a high chair is available for younger families; please request this when booking.
Electricity, heating, linen, and towels are all included, with no booking fees.
Ideally situated in the beautiful Aeron Valley, the cottage is isituated in an idyllic private Parkland setting, with wonderful views across the surrounding rolling countryside. It is well located for touring Ceredigion and its wonderful Heritage coastline, and there is an abundance of leisure pursuits and activities all within close proximity of the cottage.
The property is surrounded by cherry trees, copper beech, elder and oak trees, with huge swathes of rhododendron and honeysuckle in Springtime.
The gentle flowing River Aeron meanders nearby, although at a safe distance from the property; popular for fishing salmon and brown trout, with local fishing ponds within walking distance.
There are many lovely walks in the area, with the Secret Garden of Tyglyn a pleasant stroll away.
This is a lovely place for a picnic, and a safe playing area for children.
There are also some lovely cycle routes which can be accessed from the property.
The fully fitted kitchen is well equipped, with real wooden flooring extending throughout the living area, dining area and conservatory.
A large decked area with patio furniture fronts the conservatory, which looks out onto the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Here you can sit and relax and watch the Red Kites and buzzards soaring above the valley.
Designated parking is available alongside the cottage with space for two cars.
There is pedestrian access from the Estate leading to a small country house hotel which has a small bar and a restaurant, perfect for those not wanting to drive. The restaurant offers a wide range of delicious dishes, and the food comes highly recommended!
The Tyglyn Vale Parkland Estate makes a perfect starting point for exploring the beautiful Heritage Coastline of Ceredigion. The Georgian coastal town of Aberaeron with it's brightly painted Georgian architecture lies just 4 miles away; New Quay with its famous dolphins 8 miles away; with Llangrannog and Tresaith both within an easy drive.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Aberaeron 6 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cardiff 120 km, Nearest railway: Aberystwyth 28 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
|Further details indoors||
Trem yr Afon has been tastefully furnished to a very high standard. The double bedrooms have memory foam mattresses, free standing double wardrobes, and ample drawer space. The fully fitted kitchen offers a washing machine, dishwasher and microwave, plus the usual small appliances.
The bathroom has bath with shower.
For younger families a cot and high chair are available - please enquire when booking.
Free Wi Fi / Internet access is provided at this property.
|Further details outdoors||
The large decked area in front of the property looks out over the valley which makes a very pleasant place to sit and relax.
Parking is available alongside the cottage.
The property is on one level, with easy flat access.
The well kept grounds at Tyglyn Vale are a delight - feel free to wander around the grounds and take in the lovely scenery.
Bookings in High season are Saturday to Saturday with short breaks by arrangement, but we will always try to accommodate you where possible.
Mid and Low season dates are flexible.
If you would like a full Welcome Pack prepared for your arrival, please request this when booking.
We will do our best to cater for any special needs, so please do not hesitate to contact us, we are always happy to help, and remember to ask about our Special Discount for returning guests!
The West Wales/Pembrokeshire region
Ciliau Aeron lies within the beautiful Aeron Valley in Ceredigion. An area of outstanding natural beauty, the valley is sheltered from the east by the Plynlimon mountain range.
The local area has much to offer with an abundance of leisure pursuits and sporting activities, including walking, fishing, golf, horse riding, cycling, and many water sports along the coast.
The Ceredigion coastline is designated Heritage Coast and is considered particularly scenic, in particular Mwnt, Lochtyn, Cwmtydu and Penbryn; all cared for by the National Trust.
Tresaith also scores highly and is well worth a visit; witness the River Saith cascading over the cliff tops and onto the beach.
When visiting Tresaith be sure to pop into the Ship Inn. Here you can sample some fine local food whilst looking out over the ocean; several tables have a lovely sea view.
If your preference is for more rugged scenery, then Llangranog is a must, and it is within an easy drive.
Fans of sailing and water sports are regularly attracted to Ceredigion's welcoming beaches and harbours. To mention a few, Y Lanfa, Aberystwyth's marina; historic stone-walled Aberaeron; Cardigan with its broad estuary waters, and New Quay's fine sweeping bay.
Cardigan Bay is home to bottlenose dolphins, porpoises, Atlantic grey seals and a wide variety of birds, flora and fauna. Red Kites soar above, along with choughs, peregrine falcons, gannets and puffins.
Ceredigion offers a variety of walks, from gentle seaside strolls to Heritage Coast walks and rugged mountain hikes. The County features many town trails and way-marked paths including forest and countryside.
Both pony trekking and cycling are excellent ways to enjoy the spectacular scenery, with several riding stables in the area. Cycling is also well catered for with coast, countryside and mountains to explore.
Off road cycling is also available; if mountain biking is your sport you will find mountain-bike trails at the Nant Yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre near Ponterwyd.
For arts and culture, Ceredigion is home to the two oldest universities in Wales, it also houses the National Library of Wales.
Cardiganâ??s local culture includes a thriving visual and performing arts scene, regular arts and craft exhibitions and an annual European Film Festival at Theatr Mwldan.
Local hotels, restaurants, and country pubs in the area produce a wealth of organic and natural products for you to sample. Local menus regularly feature delicious Welsh lamb and beef, and freshly caught fish such as trout, Cardigan Bay lobsters, and sewin (a delicate sea trout very much like salmon). You will also find a wealth of healthy vegetarian alternatives at many establishments.
Ciliau Aeron nestles in the Aeron Valley and lies just 9 miles from the small University and market town of Lampeter. It makes a good starting point to discover the beautiful landscape of Cardigan Bay's breath-taking coastline.
Just a short walk from the cottage is the Secret Garden of TyGlyn, the Picnic and play areas make it a safe place for children.
The recently restored Llanerchaeron Estate is situated just a short distance away and makes for a great day out. The Mansion house at Llanerchaeron was built by the great architect John Nash in the 1790's and it has been sympathetically restored by the National Trust.
It was thought so important a survival of the period, that it was accepted without endowment, relying on the efforts of the local community to raise a substantial proportion of the restoration fund.
There are also plenty of picnic areas in the grounds.
New Quay lies just 9 miles away; here literature lovers can follow the Dylan Thomas Trail. Wales' foremost bard lived in New Quay and wrote "Quite Early One Morning" here. Prepare to be inspired!
You may also get a glimpse of local marine wildlife in the bay at New Quay, dolphins and porpoises are regular visitors and can be seen playing in the waves offshore. Special 'dolphin survey' boat trips operate 2, 4 and 8 hour trips from the harbour, and some have hydrophones (underwater microphones) so you can also listen to the chatter of the dolphins.
Further inland rabbits, foxes, badgers, buzzards, and the famous Red Kites frequent the area.