Living room: With wood burner, 29" Freeview TV, DVD player, beams and patio doors leading to garden.
Kitchen/dining room: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and beams.
Utility room: With washer/dryer.
Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet.
Open-tread stairs to...
Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With single bed.
Bathroom: With bath, shower attachment and toilet.
Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included. Travel cot available on request. Enclosed lawned garden with patio, summerhouse and garden furniture. Bike store. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking.
Nant y Bwthyn (Stream Cottage) is a characterful, 19th-century detached cottage in Dol-y-Bont, a peaceful village 1¼ miles from the beaches at Borth and Ynyslas, and just 5 miles from the seaside resort and university town of Aberystwyth. The cottage has been thoughtfully decorated and furnished to provide holiday accommodation that exudes charm, along with all the modern touches you will need. The original beams, inglenook fireplace and wood burner in the living room give a lovely cosy appeal, perfect for relaxing in front of on those chillier evenings. Patio doors lead directly to the private garden and summerhouse with table and chairs. There are two first floor bedrooms, plus a ground floor shower room and first floor bathroom.
If you love beaches, then be prepared to be wowed by Borth, Ynyslas and the nature reserve. Apart from the huge expanse of golden sands, there are four walking trails around the reserve and the dunes are remarkable, providing a home for many rare plants and insects. The phenomenon of the submerged forest, the remains of tree trunks, appear at low tide. Dovey Estuary is home to many wading birds, including the colourful shelduck with its bright green head. In spring and early summer, plovers lay their eggs directly on the sand. When you look out to sea, you may see dolphins and porpoise too. Whilst in Borth, why not visit the Animalarium, a rapidly expanding zoo, dedicated to conservation with endangered animals and birds?
Aberystwyth is famous for its promenade and the UK’s longest electric cliff railway dating back to the Victorian era. Take a trip up to the top of Constitution Hill, have coffee and cake and take in the most breathtaking views out across Cardigan Bay. You can even see Mount Snowdon on a clear day! The town offers a wide choice of shopping and places to eat, and you can also catch the Vale of Rheidol steam railway from here and take a very scenic ride to Devil’s Bridge and waterfalls, well worth a day out.
Staying at Nant y Bwthyn gives you easy access to one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline anywhere in the UK, whether you want to walk the miles of spectacular and varied coastal paths or visit the delightful small seaside towns and villages, such as New Quay, Aberaeron and Aberdovey. The region has a thriving cultural identity and you will never be short of things to see and do. Beach 1¼ miles. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub 1½ miles.