|Gwaun||2||1||£295-£395||From £65 per night|
|Cothi||4||2||£425-£795||From £80 per night|
|Cych||4||2||£375-£760||From £80 per night|
|Hirwaun||4||2||£450-£890||From £90 per night|
|Teifi||5||2||£430-£845||From £80 per night|
|Towy||6||4||£475 - £930||From £95 per night|
The six classy boltholes are ‘cwtched’ around a fabulously spacious 10 acres of communal grounds with its football pitch, play tower, games room and golf practice range, guaranteed to keep the whole family busy. Whilst the tranquillity is unlikely to be spoilt, you can keep in touch with the outside world, should you wish to do so at the Broadband Studio which offers fast Wi-Fi.
The traditional exposed welsh stone walls, original beamed ceilings, and sturdy flagstone floors echo with the remarkable 18th century history of the farm. The collection now boasts all the mod cons, think ‘escape to the country’ chic, easy comfort and warm neutral colours. With a toasty log burner in every one, providing the perfect excuse for leaving the All Wales Coastal Path for next time, and staying in with a novel and a glass of something, they make a relaxing base for a luxury break at any time of the year. Whilst there is plenty to do at Penwern Fach, guests have the added luxury of discounted prices for the use of the indoor pool, Jacuzzi and gym at Coracles Health & Country Club, Cenarth and the atmospheric and fashionably buzzy towns, with their independent boutiques and café culture coffee shops, of Aberaeron, New Quay and Newport are a few miles away. Look out for a super-pod of the local bottlenose Dolphins, or spot the grey seals at the award-winning beaches of National Trust owned Mwnt, Tresaith and Llangrannog. Take a picnic and while away an hour watching the salmon running the falls at Cenarth.
A combination of two or more of the cottages would make for a fabulous gathering of friends or a joyous family celebration in a relatively undiscovered part of Wales.