Holiday Cottages In Aberystwyth To Rent
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Lyn - verified booking
"Lovely house and aspect, E at back, W at front. House clean and lovely welcome pack. Bleddyn came and explained where things were and operating heating etc, upon our arrival. Lots of room and the children loved the fact that there was more than one entrance to each of the downstairs rooms! Not may holiday rentals provide good towels, ondiments etc and even toilet rolls but Tyllwyd supplied all of these. 2 excellent, newly fitted bathrooms with lovely showers. All crockery, cutlery, utensils all supplied. A lovely cooker with extractor, good dishwasher and washing machine. As the weather was hot, the freezer was a welcome bonus. Wi-if actually works well.On our second day we noticed a wasp issue where they were attempting to build a nest between the house stonework. We gave Bleddyn a ring and he promptly attended and very adequately dealt with the matter. He even gave 2 follow up calls to ensure the problem had not returned so a big thank you to him for that.There is a steep 60 yard drive up to the house which was rather pot-holed so a little in-filling with ash/gravel would possible make it easier. Fine for land rovers but not for family cars. (A minor issue).I would have probably given an overall rating of 10 but for 2 things: 1. Flies! We couldn’t get rid of them in the kitchen/dining area no matter what we tried. We didn’t want to spray as that then falls onto work surfaces, food and anything else that is around. We would swat them, they are nifty little devils, but no sooner than we got rid of them, they were replaced. Instantly about 7 or 8. This may be due to the hot weather and being in a farming region but we have fields with horses and cows in around us at home without the fly problem. 2. My daughter was unable to sleep in the second king bed. (My husband and I had the main bedroom with ensuite). She ended up sleeping with her 2 year old daughter in the double bed after sleeping on the sofa for one night. She feels the king size bed was too hard for her. Her husband managed to sleep but did suffer back pain.I realise beds are very subjective and a matter of personal preference but this needed to be a review of our stay.The play area was greatly appreciated by the children, as was various items of play equipment supplied. My son in law enjoyed the bbq and fire pit too.My 2 year old grand-daughter was delighted to see the cows every day but was most concerned when they were “hiding” behind the BIG bush. We all loved the wildlife, Red Kites and lots of Grasshoppers including a pink one which, we discovered upon returning home, was an immature female and is unusual to see. We had lovely days at Borth Beach, travelled the railway to Devil’s Bridge where the boys, 6 and 8, drove a steam engine, and the Silver Mine. All only a short drive away.There are lovely walks in the area but our time was limited so unfortunately we didn’t sample them.2 suggestions I would make are, blackout linings on all bedroom curtains (a few had some but mostly not) and have sheets available for when it’s hot. The quilts are lovely but as we were experiencing such hot weather, they were too hot at night. The ability to put just a sheet on the bed would have provided lighter cover.We certainly enjoyed our stay at S73218 and would recommend to anyone. (Lookout for a few touching family history carvings and writings)"
H - verified booking
"Beautiful apartment and location! Tranquil and serene are the perfect words to describe the stay. The apartment is so cosy and well-designed especially the bed at mezzanine level. The view of sea and valley with waves sound crashing on the shore is so relaxing (open the windows and the fresh breeze is so uplifting and refreshing). We met resident couple and it was so lovely taking to them and knowing more about the history of building and town. The owner ensures to personally welcome you or at least meet you during your stay. The main highlights of the stay:1. Walk to the town Aberystwyth by the beach and some really nice places to eat (as we are vegetarian so restaurant Medina is our favourite and their collection of books)2. Walk by the river and if the water level is not high then experience of swings on the river (stole my heart)3. Constitution funicular rail experience and the views of coast and town are breathtaking (enjoy nice meal at the cafe too)4. Vale of Rheidol steam train ride is worth the view and experience (two hoots cafe cakes are yum)5. Devil's Bridge Falls and walk - ensure to take long walk approx 45 - 60 minutes (keep in mind about steep steps and natural mountain trail) We're definitely going back to explore more of Wales and making our base at Plas Tanybwlch :)"
Angela - verified booking
"We loved this cottage and its stunning, remote location.We loved being off grid but still having Wi-Fi.The cottage was spotless and we enjoyed the wine and chocolate in our welcome package. The owner, Evan, was lovely and really looked after us; he even lent us his 4x4 as the river was too full for our van to cross safely when we arrived. Once Evan had explained how the generator worked it was all very easy. We were provided with plenty of wood for the log burner which we made use of.We were so sad to leave after our all-too-brief weekend at S21533; we really do hope to go back and bring our children next time.We had to give the local amenities a low score as it really was an hour's round trip to pop to the local village shop for supplies. However that was the whole point of our trip here - to get away from it all. You don't stay in a cottage in the middle of the Cambrian mountains with no one else around for the shopping facilities!It could only be improved with a hot tub, however we understand this is not possible as the cottage' s water supply comes from the nearby river. Overall: we love it and have told all of our friends about it; a few of whom have even asked us for the details for how to book it."
Paul - verified booking
"We booked this house for a family vacation and had high expectations from what we saw on the website but can easily say that these were exceeded as soon as we saw the property. We were welcomed with a gift hamper of bread, cheese, tea coffee etc. and had a log fire left on for us which was a very thoughtful touch. The house itself is simply amazing and is full of character and perfect for anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle for a nice peaceful break. There is a steep but rewarding hill to walk at the rear of the house with an amazing view of the surrounding area as a reward for reaching the picnic bench at the top. The area is very remote but I found that to be very positive as it means it is very peaceful and if you do need shops etc then Aberystwyth is only a very short drive away. We were unlucky when we stopped that a lot of the local attractions were closed but that was no fault of the owners and more something to bear in mind for anyone looking to book at that time of year. All in all I cannot recommend this house enough, we were there for a week and the time flew by and did not want to leave as it had already created so many special memories for us all."
Ken - verified booking
"There is a marvelous view of Aberystwyth and the sea from the cottage, and you can watch the golfers on the other side of the valley. S27043 was very well equipped, and had a wide choice of books, DVDs and childrens games in case of inclement weather. The television had all the freeview channels, plus a good range of movies on demand which were available without further payment. The internet worked well,and there is a very strong mobile signal. The property is accessed by a narrow road which serves several other properties, but has limited passing places. Care must be taken, as in some places there are steep drops at the side of the road if you stray off the tarmac surface. I would say that a car is essential as you need to drive into Aberystwyth to get to the shops. There is a way you can walk from the cottage to the attractions at the top of the cliff railway, but it is not a direct route. We had a pleasant stay, our dog was well catered for, the owner was friendly, and had three old English sheepdogs himself. We have no hesitation in recommending this property"