A traditional, detached Welsh farmhouse near Cenarth in a secluded location off a 200 yd track one mile south of Abercych (pub), 3 miles SW Cenarth and 20 minutes from lovely sandy beaches. Accommodation of character with slate flagstone floors, beamed ceilings and fairly steep stairs. The Cenarth farmhouse has three bedrooms with washbasins (double, twin, single), bathroom, ground floor shower room, kitchen, utility, cosy sitting room with open fire, dining room with woodburner in inglenook. Washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, TV, DVD player, CD player, payphone, oil central heating @ £35/week (£25/week 4 May-14 Sept); folding bed available for child. Simple lawned garden with furniture, barbecue and small boggy pond; 13 acres of private rough grazing, abundant wildlife. No smoking inside. Towels available @ extra cost.
Max 5 Adults, Electricity included
Showing by week - starting from the normal arrival day
Please check the boxes for each week/s you would like to book and then click on Book Property beneath the calendar. If you would like a short break, please click on Short Breaks at the top of the page.
PLEASE NOTE - The property you have chosen is not available on the dates greyed out.
P Part week available only - click on the icon to contact us with your requirements and we will confirm dates available and price.
Local Area Information
- Award Winning Beaches - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
- Castles and Gardens - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
- Festivals and Events - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
- Food Festivals and Farmers Markets - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
- Golf - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
- Heritage Railways - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
- Lost Railways - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
- Nature Reserves - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
- News & Features - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
- Rail and Bus - Cardigan and North Pembrokeshire
Accessibility Information Show Information
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received.
If you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us.
This is a typical, four hundred year old Welsh farmhouse. Access is up a woodland track, and then along a path through a simple garden. It is possible to park in the lower part of the garden near the back door. Entrance is up one large step to the back door or through the front door, which has no step. On the ground floor, there is a step down to the kitchen and three steps up from the kitchen to the main living area, with a low door. There is a warning sign over the door. The living area itself is reasonably uncluttered although there is furniture i.e chairs, tables, sofas etc. A downstairs shower/WC is reached by a step up. The staircase, which rises from the sitting room, has 13 deep, steep steps. There are banisters and a handrail but it would probably be unsuitable for the infirm or the very elderly. The main bedroom is to the right at the top of the stairs, second bedroom is at the same level and third bedroom is reached by descending three steps. The bathroom/WC is in the middle of the bedrooms. Walls and door frames throughout are white. Lighting is good. The TV has a remote control. There is a public phone in the kitchen. Electric power points (except for the worktop level points in the kitchen) are at approx 450mm and light switches at 1400mm.