Welcome to Hafod Villa a delightful secluded cottage.
Hafod Villa is a charming, sunny cottage enjoying a delightful, secluded setting. The huge, private garden extends to almost an acre which once formed part of the grounds of the Gentleman's Residence next door. Enjoying a rural / coastal location the cottage is within walking distance of The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and well known beauty spot of Ceibwr Bay.
Tucked away down a short, private, driveway and situated within the beautiful Pembrokeshire National Park, Hafod Villa offers the ideal getaway for friends and/or family and up to three well behaved pets.
A sunny conservatory, cosy sitting room with log burner and Sky + Films (flat screen) TV.
A spacious kitchen / dining room,
Downstairs twin bedroom with internet access.
Upstairs is a family bathroom,
The four poster bedroom with pretty views
A twin bedroom with pretty garden views.
Outside there is totally private parking for up to 3 cars. In the garden are swings and a trampoline for the children.
This particular part of The Park affords the most beautiful and varied landscape in the County. From the purple and yellow, heather and gorse-strewn moors upon the Preseli Mountains, affording panoramic views of the county and coastline, down into the meandering pastoral scenery of the Gwaun Valley. Again along the course of the River Tivy enjoy the beautiful falls at Cenarth then a few miles on the dramatic Gorge at Kilgerran overlooked by it's Medieval Castle.
The entire area is truly a nature-lover's delight with a pair of rare red kite frequently seen flying over the property, numerous varieties of shoreline birds, hedgerows like gardens in spring and daily sitings of seals, dolphins and porpoises and the less common basking-shark, turtle and even whales from the cliffs of Ceibwr.
Within walking distance of The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with it's breath-taking scenery and the pretty unspoiled beach of Ceibwr; the caves and rocks at Ceibwr Bay become a nursery and safe haven for seal pups during the spring. The location makes Hafod Villa an ideal centre from which to explore the three counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and the inland county of Carmarthenshire
AMENITIES AND ACTIVITIES Situated between the The bustling, Market Town of Cardigan and the pretty coastal village of Newport there is a wide variety of shops, restaurants, galleries, theatre/cinema and bars to explore. With a further two sandy beaches with safe bathing and rock pools to investigate within 3 miles of Hafod Grove the holiday is guaranteed to be a hit with children.
There are numerous outdoor activities to enjoy including walking, horse-riding or mountain biking over the Preselis. Golf at Newport and Cardigan Golf Club, sailing at Newport yacht club as well as freshwater trout/ salmon fishing as well as sea fishing and boat hire. Coasteering, Kyaking, canoeing, rock climbing. Scuba Diving at Fishguard, where you can also catch the ferry for a Day Trip to Rosslare, Ireland.
For those interested in The Arts there is the Theatre Maldwn and cinema in Cardigan, open air Shakespeare and theatre productions during summer at St. Dogmaels Abbey and Cilgerran Castle. Numerous Exhibitions, Art Galleries and Craft Workshop Trails all within a short car ride. Visit St. Davids, the smallest City in the UK.
Local places of historical interest include Pentre-Ifan the pre-historic burial chamber, St. Dogmaels Abbey, Kilgerran Castle, and Castell Henllys an excavated and restored pre-historic fort provide fascinating excursions very nearby. For children there is The Shire Horse Farm at Eglwyswrw, the Aquarium at Fishguard, Oakwood theme park south of the county. Locally: Own a Pony day at Yet Wen riding stables, Cardigan Island Farm and the Shire Horse Centre. Then there is Oakwood a huge theme park within 45mins drive. Just so much to do that relaxing on the beach or in the conservatory sounds an attractive option.