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A traditional West Wales cottage that has a lovely, snug atmosphere. Only natural and sustainable limes, waxes, paints and oils have been used in the rescue of this formerly derelict cottage, making a happy home that has a happy atmosphere. It sits on a roadside (but not a bad one, and with wide pavement), in Abercych village, about 300 yards up from the river and famous Nag's Head tavern. Walk down the hill for a beer brewed on site, a meal outside by the river, or to follow the woodland sculpture trail. Musicians and performers can hire the village hall at low cost if you wish to practice, and Stirling, the owner, can provide some alternative therapies in her cottage next door. Extra photos or read more about the cottage, its history, renovation etc here.
The cottage is centrally heated throughout (included in holiday price) NOW with Wi - Fi!
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'Very comfortable.The evenings spent reading by the fire were so precious - warmth and silence. The cosy spaces took me back in time' Leah, Barnaby & Ruben from Australia
'The house is a borderline between past and present. I slept so well, cradled in its gentleness...thank you.' Miranda from Oxford
Recommended max. 3 adults,
This accommodation strictly operates Monday / Friday changeovers only
Prices include heating and electricity where it is installed, bed-linen, towels, and hot water. Guests may be responsible for purchasing extra baskets of logs/fuel if desired.