If walls really do have ears, the very fabric of this stunning Rare Hideaway is constantly ringing with laughter. Cartrefle is a holiday home that has joy and companionship as its middle name. We are delighted to have persuaded Jo and her family to now share this gem with you all having spent most of the last decade enjoying this beautiful house.
A well-loved family home, with heart and character, is a generous and spacious base for a classic beach holiday. With kayaks, wet suits, BBQ’s and a Blue Flag beach on the doorstep, sandy toes and salty lips are the order of the day, every day.
It’s a huge Victorian villa, all bay windows and high ceilings, comfort and character. The layout honed over the years for easy multi-generational use by three of even four families across seven gorgeous bedrooms. The attractions of the top floor den with its cool bespoke bunk beds makes a temporary ban on screen time worth considering. There’s also a world of dolphin spotting, rock pools and kite flying to explore outside. An excursion to bustling market town Cardigan is a 20 minute drive, but we’re not sure why you would want to leave. Ever.
Come the evening after a life-affirming day on the eponymous beach, the tables and the deck at the front of the house make the draw of a glowing sundowner hard to resist, and a perfect spot for board games and jolly suppers. There’s a huge vinyl record collection providing the soundtrack, and a toasty wood burner for the chillier evenings after a few miles on the all Wales Coast path which runs right outside the door. The well equipped kitchen and twelve-seater dining table makes mass catering for the hungry surfers a breeze, the local pub, The Ship, is just a very short potter away if you fancy a night off.
Bring your weekend to life in one of Cardigan Bay’s most sought after destinations.