Enjoy a family getaway at Stabl Nantcoy, a modern and spacious barn conversion sleeping 6. Only 8 miles from the Ceredigion coastline there are plenty of wild adventures to explore. Try sculpting sandcastles, spotting dolphins or head back in time with a trip on the steam train. Upon your return, enjoy al fresco dining on the outdoor patio and a splash in the private hot tub.
This super stylish semi detached barn conversion, situated on a working sheep farm is the perfect base for families or couples looking for a Welsh adventure. Trendy, modern interiors paired with luxury features, make Stabl Nantcoy a must for your Wanderlist. Enjoy a welcome hamper on arrival, cosy nights beside the log burner and stargazing in the hot tub.
Bursting with character and charm, Stabl Nantcoy has everything you need for a relaxing home away from home family holiday. All on the ground floor, internally there is a modern and spacious open plan living space, perfect for sociable evenings in. Three bedrooms ensure everyone can enjoy a good night’s sleep. One king sized with en-suite, one double and one twin. The family bathroom boasts a luxury free standing bath. So you can sit back and relax with a glass of bubbly and a good book after a long day rambling the nearby trails.
Externally Stabl Nantcoy has enough parking for up to 3 cars. The small and perfectly formed garden has a peaceful patio area to enjoy those long warm summer evenings. Laughter fuelled conversation can fill the air into the night. Or take a dip in the heavenly hot tub to feel those stresses melt away. Shared with the neighbouring property (‘Sgubor Nantcoy) is a utility room, to ensure you have all the modern conveniences you should need for your stay.
You are simply spoilt for choice of things to do nearby. From walking trails right from the doorstep to coastal adventures. Head out dolphin spotting on a boat trip, ramble the coastal path or build sandcastles on the blue flag beaches. Venture more inland to the spectacular Cambrian Mountains for lakes, waterfalls and a playground of wilderness.
Foodies will enjoy a plethora of places to tempt the palate such as The Cellar, one of Aberaeron’s best rated restaurants. Enjoying a cosy atmosphere and cooking local specialities, it also has spectacular views over the harbour.
Hop in the car for a 30 minute drive and you are in the vibrant town of Aberyswyth. Promising a great day out with an array of independent shops, mouth watering eateries, a pier, promenade and electric cliff railway. It is also the home of the Vale of Rheidol Railway.
Best Choice For…
Families or couples looking for a high-end hideaway near the coast
Why it should be on your Wanderlist
Nearby Dolphin spotting and blue flag beaches