If your idea of a luxury holiday includes sea views, heroic settings, and a glass of wine with family and friends at sunset, then look no further than this bright and spacious self-catering cottage overlooking the village of Tresaith in West Wales.
The stuff of legends
Tresaith means “Town of Seven”, and legend has it that the name comes from seven Irish daughters who married the sons of seven local Welsh families. Standing within an easy walk of the shores upon which these daughters landed, Hafod y Bryn makes it clear why anyone would want to settle here. Featuring a stunning, open-plan kitchen and dining room on the first floor, this holiday cottage will be the beginnings of its own tales of serendipity.
Located in an area known today for its sandy beaches, coastal trails, bottle-nose dolphin sightings, and waterfalls cascading into the sea, Tresaith and the county of Ceredigion are still rich with stories to explore of rebels and princes. At the end of the day, wind down on the comfy leather sofa in the kitchen while the food cooks and the children play in the games room downstairs. On warmer days, open the floor-to-ceiling, wrap-around windows and step out onto the patio for an aperitif and al fresco dinner. Afterwards, as the stories of the day’s adventures start passing around, let your mind wander the sea views from the sitting room. Curl up on the deep, leather sofas and let the wood burner gently warm you. Or why not sit out on the balcony to enjoy a romantic view of the sea at sunset?
Bedrooms and bathrooms
Rising over three floors, Hafod y Bryn hosts an en-suite, king-size bedroom on the ground floor. Separately, there is a stylish shower room with WC. The two bedrooms on the first floor are ideal for children, and the location couldn’t be better for parents as they will be able to keep an ear out while they relax together over a bottle of wine. Sharing the twin room with the two twin beds is a full-size bunk bed. Next, there are a sofa bed and a spare single bed in the first floor playroom. The children and guests staying on the first floor have access to the family bathroom. Finally, there are two more king-size rooms on the second floor. Both rooms benefit from en-suite bathrooms and Juliette balconies – one with a sea view, the other with a view of the woodlands to the rear.
There is plenty of parking in the drive and nearby. A Kettle Drum portable barbeque is available at the property. A high chair, stair gate, and a travel cot are all provided, but we ask that you bring your own cot bedding.
At a glance
- Sleeps 10
- 4 Bedrooms
- 5 Bathrooms
- No pets allowed
- Open fire/woodburner
- Private parking
- 0.2 mile from pub
- Coastal views
- WiFi available
- Bed linen provided
- Bath towels provided
- Equipped with a barbecue
- 0.1 mile from coast
- Equipped with a dishwasher
- Equipped with a freezer
- Games room
- Ground floor bedroom
- Equipped with a high chair
- No smoking
- 0.2 mile from shop
- Equipped with a stairgate
- Equipped with a travel cot
- Equipped with a tumble dryer
- Equipped with a washing machine
- Welcome pack provided
The property was lovely. Our son loved the pool table and the piano (he plays keyboard at home and now wants a piano !!!). Kitchen was a great size, as were all the bedrooms and bathrooms Mrs Amanda Guard - 5th May 2019
We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday, the games room downstairs was fantastic at keeping the children occupied. I would recommend this property to others. Loved the house, would consider going again. Would recommend “Best of Wales” to friends and family.Jill from Worcestershire - 5th November 2018
Loved the property- the spec of the house was excelllent and the beds were extremely comfy. Looking forward to returning next yearMrs Rebecca Andrews - 11th September 2018
Property and booking service are very good. We enjoyed excellent food at the Plwmp Tart 1.5 miles away.Mr Graham Ward - 10th August 2018
Lovely property, very well presented, we had a great timeMr Darren Forty - 22nd July 2018
Absolutely wonderful property, really enjoyed our stay.Penny from Carmarthenshire - 22nd May 2018
We spent a lovely week at the property, beach was great, a steep climb up the hill back. You couldn't fault the house it had everything you could need and more. The Ship by the beach was nice with lovely food. It can get busy. The walk to Aberporth was lovely as was Aberporth.Family from Bridgend - 22nd April 2017
Lovely property, nice village, location close to a sandy beach.Dean from Acresford - 3rd January 2017
A week away with the family to celebrate my Dad's 70th. Fab house and location, a great pub down the road which serves good food.
Tips: Good food at The Ship Pub by Tresaith Beach.Family from Pontypridd - 1st July 2016
Accommodation and location fantastic, really good family holiday break enjoyed by all. Lovely beaches and lots of good places to eat, visit, etc.Family from Greater Manchester - 3rd June 2016
Beautiful local walks, beaches and a great pub. We enjoyed a lovely walk to Llangranog - ate at the Ship Inn in Tresaith. We also liked the coast from Llangranog to Mwnt and Newquay.Family from Birmingham - 10th January 2016
Our stay was fantastic
Hafod y Bryn is a fantastic modern property with a dramatic kitchen dining room. Our party consisted of 2 families with teenagers and there was plenty of room for us all to have our own space. The pool table and the large selection of board games and books kept everyone entertained. The house was well designed and had everything we could want to allow us to cook and entertain. Located in a small village it was only a few minutes walk to the beach. We will return in the future. There are some great beaches and villages along the west Wales cooAt. New Quay is a lovely town with its harbour and beaches. We saw a seal and dolphins from the harbour wall. We also enjoyed watching the sunset over the pretty colourful houses and a mooch in the independent shops. If your looking to get away from the bustle the beaches at Tresaith, Aberporth and Llangranog are great this time of year. .Sian Rees - 4th November 2015
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