Holiday Cottages in Tregaron
Tregaron is a traditional market town in Ceredigion some 19 miles from Aberystwyth and only 5 miles form Lampeter. The town has several great places to eat and drink and some small local shops. Trotting Races are held annually and the town has become well know around the UK for these specialist events. The area is popular with walkers, fishermen, and all who love the great Welsh outdoors.
Pentre Bach - Gwesty Pili Pala
Pentre Bach- Ty Pêl-droed Football House
Cardigan Bay & the Cambrian
Mountains - Discover Authentic Wales
Our holiday cottages in West Wales are located within a region boasting diverse scenery, from lush fertile greenery of the Cambrian Mountains to the exotic golden beaches of the coastline.
Pentre Bach - Siop Shoni Bric-a-moni
Bwthyn yr Ardd - Wisteria Cottage
Explore Machynlleth -
the gateway to Snowdonia
Machynlleth is a small Welsh town, situated at the head of the Dyfi estuary in Mid Wales with easy access to also explore Snowdonia National Park. Click and search our 4 and 5 star countryside cottages.
Tregaron, West Wales
(No dates selected)£400 - £707
- Set in the village of Llanddewi Brefi (made famous by the TV programme Little Britain) in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains, this pet-friendly holiday cottage in West Wales is a boutique cottage, beautifully renovated combining modern interior with traditional touches. Sleeping 4 people, its features include a wood burning stove, and luxurious Abaca Organic Mattresses, making it a great place to relax and unwind. Within walking distance, you will find a choice of 2 village pubs and shop, and you are also surrounded by an area wich affords great walking, mountain biking and scenery, a fabulous place for people who love being outdoors.
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Pet
- 1 Bathroom
- Beach 19 miles
- Pub 0.1 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
Gateway to the Brecon Beacons and the Gower
The Swansea Valley is a real Welsh gem, offering the best of both worlds with close proximity to both the Brecon Beacons National Park and the unspoilt and extensive Gower coastline