The Dairy Shed


(English Translation)

Ceredigion (View on a map )

Ref: 7536

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

No Dogs

Wifi

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** Any day arrival - min 2 nights  ( min 3-night stay from April - end of Sept) **

Hidden away in magically serene Ceredigion countryside, this converted out-building is the perfect place to escape the stresses and strains of everyday life. With its lime-washed walls and wooden floors, the Dairy Shed is a traditional old stone barn which has been transformed and extended into a light and airy open-plan space. In addition, indulge in some seriously breath-taking scenery with views across flourishing farmland, valleys and rolling hills. 

Located just a few miles from the harbour town of Aberaeron - with its golden beaches and award-winning restaurants - the Dairy Shed is the perfect place for rustic relaxation. The self-contained property has its own private vista overlooking the Ceredigion countryside and makes a lovely romantic hideaway to this untouched section of Wales.

The delightfully furnished cottage really makes this place a home from home. The oak french doors open out on to a large garden and patio area - perfect for alfresco dining - with gorgeous views over private fields and flourishing woodland. Bring the field to your table with a visit to nearby Blaencamel Organic Farm, where you can pick up local, organic produce.

The lounge is spacious but intimate, fitted with a log-burner and comfy sofa, which makes a restful place to curl up and lose yourself in a good book. The space has been designed to retain a traditional farmhouse charm, while the added details really give it a unique feel.


Enter the bedroom through a hidden door in the bookcase, to reveal a spacious king-size bed. The bedroom is a calming and peaceful space, made all the more special by large windows overlooking the tranquil fields and woodlands beyond.


For additional couples accommodation, you can also book - The Pig Let - located on the same site.


  • Sleeping arrangements

    1 bedroom with a king-sized bed. Bed linen is provided.

  • Bathroom Facilities

    1 bathroom with toilet, shower and sink. Towels are provided.

  • Cooking Facilities

    Well equipped kitchen with an oven, hob and fridge. There is also a large sink with hot and cold running water.

  • Internet Access

    Wi-Fi is available at this property.

  • Heating and Lighting

    Electricity, plug sockets, central heating and a wood-burner.

  • Child Policy

    No children. There is space for 1 baby but guests must bring their own cot and changing equipment.

  • Pets Policy

    No Pets

  • Grounds and Nearby

    There is a large private garden with dining table and chairs. Oak french doors open up to views of rolling countryside.

  • Parking Information

    Free parking on premises.

  • Arrival Times

    Check in from 16:00 and check out by 10:00

  • Public Transport

    Easily accessible by car which is recommended as the most practical way to explore the area. The local bus stop is just a five minute walk with hourly buses to Aberaeron (10 mins), Aberystwyth (50 mins), Lampeter (25 mins) and Carmarthen (1 hour).

  • Boot room
  • Lounge with log burner and a basket of logs
  • Heating
  • Fully equipped kitchen and dining area
  • Bedroom with king-size bed
  • Bathroom with walk-in shower
  • Deck and private garden
  • Countryside views
  • Wifi (not suitable for streaming)

Places to Eat


The Harbourmaster
Situated in the historic town of Aberaeron, the Harbourmaster is a great spot for a drink with panoramic views across the harbour. It’s reputation is up-held by the quality of the food, they specialise in local produce and have a superb selection of seafood. It can get busy on weekends so booking in advance is recommended. 


The Hive
Famous for it’s honey ice-cream, a trip to The Hive is a must when visiting Aberaeron. It’s also a great spot for brunch, lunch and dinner and they often have live music in the evenings. Keep an eye on their social media pages for updates on their events. 


Activities


A short distance away from The Pig Let is Blaencamel Organic Farm. You can pick up some of their organic produce for your stay from their honesty box shop.


Ty Glyn Trust Walled Gardens (The secret garden) – less than a mile from the cottage, turn left at the bottom of the drive and follow the road, it’s on your left after the second bridge. Here you’ll find a lovely walled garden and short river walk.


The South Cardigan Bay coastline and the North Pembrokeshire coast offer some of the finest unspoilt scenery in Britain.


The Ceredigion Heritage Coastal Path near Llangrannog and Penbryn offers 60 miles of delightful coastal path linking towns & villages with spectacular scenery, wildflowers, seabirds and a wealth of wildlife along the way.


New Quay Boat Trips

A highlight of a holiday on Cardigan Bay is a boat trip to see the resident schools of porpoise.

Local beaches

Tresaith 

Aberaeron (North and South)

Llanrhystyd

Penbryn NT

Llangrannog

Tresaith

Aberporth

Mwnt NT

Poppit Sands

New Quay

Cwmtydu

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