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- Pub 'on foot'
- Shop 'on foot'
- Luxury Accommodation
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Open Fire or Stove
- Own Parking
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Detached Property
When it comes to West Wales self-catering holiday accommodation, Brynteg offers something a little bit different. This elegant and spacious townhouse sits in the heart of the market town of Tregaron.
Sleeps up to 8
Downstairs, there is a large and very stylish kitchen, with a breakfast bar, a double oven, hob and microwave, and all the equipment and utensils required for a relaxing and laid-back self-catering holiday. Theres also a separate dining room, as well as a comfortable and contemporary lounge, with a wood burner. A separate sitting room is also available, for guests to relax with a good book or a film. Logs are provided for the wood burner, and there is free wifi throughout the property.
Upstairs, there are 3 spacious double bedrooms and 1 twin room. There is a large family bathroom with separate WC. Both bathrooms are immaculately presented, with contemporary styling.
Outside, there is guest parking, as well as a seating area for guests to enjoy meals outdoors if required.
Tregaron itself is a charming market town, close to the Cambrian Mountains, in West Wales. The town has a number of independent stores to explore, as well as the renowned Y Talbot Hotel, where visitors can enjoy an excellent, lunch, afternoon tea, or dinner. The Cardigan Bay coast is just a short drive away, and there are many spots to explore along this coastline, including New Quay, where dolphins can often be spotted close to the harbour wall, and Aberaeron, a unique and charming Georgian harbour town, with some great shops and restaurants, and its famous honey ice-cream.
West Wales has some cracking walking country to discover, and the Cambrian Mountains have something to offer everyone, from the casual walker to the serious hiker. Walkers can pick up part of the Cambrian Way long-distance trail, or head for one of the peaks, such as Drygarn Fawr or Pumlumon Fawr. Outdoor enthusiasts will also find plenty of opportunities for other adventures in this part of Wales, such as horse riding, sea fishing, kayaking and surfing.
For holidaymakers looking to eat out during their stay at Brynteg, there are all sorts of options, from hearty food in nearby pubs to exquisite dining at top-class restaurants. Y Talbot is within walking distance of Brynteg, and there are plenty of other excellent pubs and restaurants close to Tregaron, such as The Black Lion, or The Red Lion, both in nearby Pontrhydfendigaid, or The Hungry Ram in Penuwch. A little further afield, Pysgoty in Aberystwyth serves fresh locally-caught fish, and Harbourmaster, in Aberaeron, offers an ever-changing menu that makes the best of fresh locally-sourced produce, such as Cardigan Bay crab or Welsh lamb.
Brynteg may not look like a traditional holiday cottage, but it offers a real home from home experience, with no detail overlooked, ensuring that a stay here is both relaxing and comfortable. Its the perfect place for a holiday with family or friends, or for a special celebration break. This unspoiled part of Wales is just waiting to be discovered, and Brynteg is perfect as a base to do just that.