Enjoy a relaxing stay in this charming barn conversion, ideally located to explore the rich history and culture of this beautiful area of Wales.
All on the ground floor.
Open plan living space: With beams.
Living area: With electric fire, 36" Freeview TV, tiled floor and French doors leading to patio.
Dining area: With wooden floor.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and wooden floor.
Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With double bed.
Bedroom 3: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.
Economy 7 heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot available on request. Enclosed patio with garden furniture and BBQ. Private parking for 4 cars. No smoking.
Set on the hill above the village of Llanon, Ty Nant is a contemporary conversion of a traditional detached Welsh barn, and offers distant sea views towards Cardigan Bay. All on one level, Ty Nant boasts comfortable open plan living and dining space, which flows nicely into the kitchen. The inner hallway leads to three bedrooms, a family bathroom and an additional toilet. French doors lead from the living room to an enclosed patio with a seating area, where guests can enjoy a delicious meal cooked on the barbecue and admire the views of the rolling countryside.
Ty Nant is well situated for exploring all that this wonderful part of West Wales has to offer. The traditional village of Llanon is just over a mile away and has its own beach, as well as a local shop, pub, butchers and fish and chip shop. The surrounding area offers stunning scenery and a number of beaches to explore, many of them dog friendly all year round if you are bringing you family pet on holiday with you. Visit the Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron with its colourful houses and independent shops and restaurants. Famous honey ice cream is made locally, so make sure you buy some to enjoy whilst relaxing and watching the boats bobbing about.
A little further down the coast, the pretty town of New Quay is set above the bay, which is home to pods of bottlenose dolphins, seen on an almost daily basis throughout the year. Take a trip to the seaside and university town of Aberystwyth to travel on the electric cliff railway and admire the view at the top of Constitution Hill, or catch the steam train to Devils Bridge to see the waterfalls. Families will enjoy The Silver Mountain Experience, where you can learn all about the history of mining in Wales through a range of interesting attractions and shows. Beach 1½ miles. Shop and pub serving food 1¼ miles.