House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Brynmorfa, the main part of the house can be rented independently for 8 people or with the adjoining annex Brig-Y-Don (listed separately) it can accommodate up to 12 people via an interconnecting door between the two kitchens.
Brynmorfa is in a wonderful location overlooking the cove of Llangrannog, it sits directly above the beach and has great views acoss the coast line and over the village. Turn right out of the driveway, walk round the hairpin bend and your at the beach and in the heart of the village, with two excellent pubs, two cafés with fantastic home cooked food and fresh ice cream. The village also has a small shop with basic amenities, or alternatively Tesco's will deliver your on-line order to your door. Turn left and you are just a few steps from the statue of St.Crannog and the section of coastal path leading to the national park beach of Penbryn used for some of the filming of the classic James Bond film Die Another Day.
Brynmorfa has been completely renovated in 2013. At the front of the house is a large sitting room with a superb view of the beach. At the rear is the recently expanded and refitted kitchen dinner which is a fantastic place to cook and entertain friends and family.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms, one kingsize with views over the bay, one double and a twin room. These three bedrooms are served by a large shower room with enclosed shower, heated towel rail, basin, toilet and aired storage space.
Through a door, upstairs again and into the master bedroom suite. This fabulous room has a sheltered furnished roof terrace, with arguably one of the best views in the village. The terrace is accessed from patio doors that reveal the amazing view as soon as you enter the room. This room also benefits from a small en-suite shower room with a heated towel rail, enclosed shower cubicle, toilet and hand basin. These features make this room the one to fight over!
The property also boasts the use of a large laundry room, shared with Brig-Y-Don this area has a utility sink, washing machine and a tumble dryer and is situated in a converted outbuilding just a few steps from the front door. On the side of this building is an outdoor shower to rinse off mud or sand after your days exploring or lying on the beach!
Parking in the village can be problematic as Llangrannog is so popular, but Brynmorfa benefits from a driveway at the front of the property for loading/unloading and a hard standing parking area just 20 meters away, both areas are shared with our neighbouring annex Brig-Y-Don with parking for 4 cars.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||50 m|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||300 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, Sea view|
|General||TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
The West Wales/Pembrokeshire region
There is plenty to do for all ages. The area is difficult to match for its range of coastal and inland walks, cycling, fishing, and coastal based activities from lazing on our unspoilt beaches to trying your hand at Sea Kayaking or Coasteering. There are miles of tranquil, unspoilt coastline with secluded sandy coves, award winning accessible beaches, towering cliffs garlanded with flowers in early summer, and islands set like jewels in clear waters where dolphins, porpoises and seals can be spotted regularly.
Teifi Marshes are in the closest town, Cardigan 11.9 miles away housing the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. The town its self is centrally placed to enjoy the fabulous Heritage Coast line of Cardigan Bay stretching north into Ceredigion and south into Pembrokeshire.
Inland the stunning landscape of the deeply wooded Teifi Valley is home to an abundance of wildlife including otters and is an anglers paradise, ranked as the best sea trout river in Europe.
For family days out with plenty to do for the kids both Oakwood and Folly Farm situated a little over an hour away.
The seaside village of Llangrannog lies on the coast of Ceredigion, in a narrow valley which the river Hawen makes its rapid way into Cardigan Bay. Another small stream, Nant Eisteddfa flows into the sea, but is mostly hidden and emerges as an outfall near the boat ramp.
In the lower part, the valley is so steep as to form a virtual ravine, the river Hawen falling at one point as a waterfall.
The village is spread along the valley, the older settlement, including the church, being above the waterfall, hidden from view of the sea .The lower or Beach village was built in later, safer years and for many years was a small flourishing commercial port."
The above is an extract from "The Story of Llangrannog", by Mervyn Davies, published by E.L. Jones & Sons, Cardigan.
Today Llangrannog is well known to thousands of visitors as a tranquil, safe, seaside holiday village, with two public houses, Pentre Arms and The Ship, two cafe/restaurants, Patio Cafe and The Beach Hut (formerly Y Gegin Fach). It also has a general store, Glynafon . The nearest Post Office is at Blaencelyn, which is located on the Llangrannog to Cwmtydu road.