Two bedroom holiday house Aberporth
Aberporth is a lovely small seaside town with clean beaches ideal for children. With two bedrooms the accommodation is suitable for up to 4 people.
The open plan layout is perfect for enjoying your family holiday
Cwtch Carys is the perfect retreat for friends and families seeking to explore Aberporth and Cardigan Bay west Wales.
Comfortable holiday cottage
Open plan living space with comfortable sofas and chairs. The French windows lead to the garden, perfect for outdoor meals and relaxing. There is a TV, DVD player, DVDs and books are provided.
The ground floor wet room is perfect for freshening up after a day on the beach before sitting in the enclosed garden.
Cwtch Carys has two upstairs bedrooms a king-size room and a twin bedroom – both with views across the west Wales countryside.
The conmfortable bedrooms have good lighting and ample storage with bedside tables ensuring a comfortable night. All bed linen and towels are included and if required a cot can be provided
Holiday Cottage Details
- Electric central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine
- Travel cot and highchair
- Off-road parking for two cars
- Up to four well-behaved pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 0.8 miles and pub 1.2 miles
- Note: The Penrallt hotel on site is open for guests for dining and drinks
Cwtch Carys Features
The kitchen has granite surfaces and fitted cupboards and is well equipped for self catering.
The open plan design means no missing out on family games or discussions while using the kitchen or dining area.
Discover Aberporth Cardigan Bay
With two beaches in Aberporth and Tresaith a short walk away, Aberporth makes a great base for exploring the Ceredigion coast path and the local villages and beaches.
A walk to the Penrallt hotel gives you the option of dining without catering, or enjoy lunch at the beachside café, fish and chip shop or a nearby pub which serves traditional Welsh cuisine and some pub classics.
Cwtch Holiday Home
Penrallt Hotel Grounds
More information at Cwtch Aberporth Website