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Pigeonsford Farm

Llandysul, Ceredigion, Wales, UK

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TypeFarmhouse
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Occupancy1 - 9
Pigeonsford Farm
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01239 654666
Michele & Rhodri Kinch
AddressLlangrannog
Llandysul
Ceredigion
Wales
UK
SA44 6AF
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Description

This comfortable 200 year old farmhouse is set in a tranquil and rural setting within 5½ acres of private land.There is ample parking space for five cars. Fitted kitchen with electric cooker, large fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher. Large sitting room/diner with log burning stove, dining table and chairs, colour TV, DVD plus CD player/radio, comfortable seating and full book shelf. Second sitting room with comfortable seating, colour TV and DVD, sofa bed. Laundry room in adjacent barn, with washing machine and tumble drier. Up to three pets welcome.

Sleeping Arrangements

Ground Floor - Twin bedroom & Bunk bedroom, shower room. 

First Floor - Double Bedroom & Triple Bedroom, second bathroom with shaver point. 

Bed linen is provided except for cot, towels not provided. 

Facilities

Things You Should Know

Llangrannog and Cilborth beach:

Boasts superb coastal scenery coupled with two sandy beaches - the main one and the adjoining Cilborth Beach in a hidden cove. Llangrannog is popular with locals and visitors alike, plus it has two excellent cafes, and two pubs looking over the bay.

Blue Flag beach – dogs allowed in certain areas.

Frequent sightings of dolphins.

Mwnt beach: Is owned by the National Trust. A 13th century church and a wealth of history make this a beautiful destination for visitors especially during the summer months.

Other Information

The seaside village of Llangrannog was established around the church during the 6th Century, although there is evidence of an early Celtic settlement at nearby Lochtyn. The village developed rapidly with the increase in fishing and associated trade. 24 ships were built near the beach and until 1914 almost all of the male inhabitants were seafarers. Today, tourism is the main industry where visitors are attracted by the sandy beaches and the unique village atmosphere. With beautiful surroundings and adjacent places of interest, Llangrannog can certainly offer something for everyone.

Y Gerwn, a striking Waterfall on the river Hawen is well worth seeing and the height of the water was used to drive a woollen mill situated a few yards away (which is derelict and on Private land). Examples of cloth manufactured here are on display at the museum at Drefach Velindre near Newcastle Emlyn.

Carreg Bica, the large rock between Llangrannog and Cilborth Beaches is well known and features in most photographs. According to legend Carreg Bica is the tooth of the giant Bica who lived in the Ceredigion area, and was forced to spit his tooth onto the beach following a bad toothache. In reality, the rock is a stack of Ordovician rock weathered by the sea, one of many along the coastline. A large piece of Carreg Bica fell away some years ago.

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