Nestling in an idyllic location, Weavers Rest is centrally located to explore the spellbinding local area. The magical Cenarth Falls are just up the road.
Step into the exquisitely crafted kitchen. Ideal for get togethers whilst the chef cooks up a holiday feast.
Relax after a day of exploring in the peaceful sitting-room.
Spacious, hushed double room with en suite WC.
Enjoy breakfast al fresco surrounded by the pretty woodland.
All the holiday chef could dream of and more.
Seek the local farm shops and markets for fresh local produce in nearby Llandysul, Lampeter and Newcastle Emlyn.
Plenty of walks, cycling and white water rafting trips to plan. The glorious beaches of New Quay, Tresaith and Llangrannog are a short drive away.
The gorgeous main bedroom for a peaceful night.
The stylish en suite.
Bedroom two, with full size bunk-beds. Weavers Rest is ideal for friends and small families.
Sleek shower-room with designer wash-basin and hydro-massage steam shower.
Enjoy the hydro-massage steam shower. Ideal after a day's hiking or canoeing on the spellbinding Teifi.
Utility-room for muddy boots and coats with washing machine and plenty of cupboard space.
Regardless of the season, Weavers Rest offers a holiday to remember. Beaches, castles, magical waterfalls, wonderful walks, white water rafting and boat trips to spot dolphins, all await.
The captivating beauty of the gardens.
Follow the stream in the enchanting gardens.
Nearby the Alltcafan Gorge. Follow the route through the tunnel of the former Victorian railway track and take in the spellbinding views from the bridge.
Magical Cenarth Falls. The nearby Coracle Centre is well worth a visit. Lovely tea rooms here too.
A perfect Welsh retreat, ideally located to explore the enchanting beauty of Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire.
Take the enchanting walk to Cenarth Bridge.
The spectacular Cardiganshire coast. Spend the day on Mwnt Beach or take a boat trip to spot dolphins from New Quay.
Stepped in history, take a trip to Cardigan town and view the castle. Lunch in Crwst is a real treat.
There are so many beaches within a short distance from Weavers Rest to explore. Spend the day in the sun on Llangrannog Beach.
Take a walk in the fresh country air to Newcastle Emlyn castle. Great spot for a picnic.
Nothing beats a day in the seaside town of Aberystwyth.
Why not take a day trip to glorious Tenby.

Weavers Rest

5509

8 miles E of Cenarth / Sleeps 4 (no children under 5)

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Bedroom details

Bedroom 1

Double

Bedroom 2

Bunk-beds

Nestling in an enchanting location, very near the magical Cenarth Falls, Welsh castles, waterfalls, wonderful walks, heavenly beaches, a Welsh gold mine and historical Welsh towns steeped in history and culture, gorgeous Weavers Rest is a beautifully converted cottage which was once part of an 1870s woollen mill. Surrounded by glorious woodland and a running stream, close to the River Teifi - famous for salmon fishing - with a country pub within a mile. Weavers Rest offers the best of both worlds, stunning countryside ideal for long walks, with canoeing, white water rafting and paddle boarding on the River Teifi. It s also located within twelve miles of some of Cardiganshire's spectacular beaches; New Quay, Llangrannog, Tresaith, Aberaeron and Aberporth to name a few. For a day to remember take a boat trip from New Quay to spot pods of dolphin in the bay.

Perfect for couples and small families with children over five, Weavers Rest sleeps four in a well-appointed double and bunk room. The handsome accommodation sits on the ground floor, enter into a porch, ideal for muddy walking boots. Head through the useful utility-room which houses the washing machine and somewhere for buckets and spades and wetsuits. From the utility-room the large open plan, well-equipped, exquisitely crafted kitchen is accessed, a great social space to catch up together or plan the holiday excursions. Relax in the bright and airy sitting-room with a large arch window which looks out on to the attractive courtyard. The bespoke shower-room is ideal for after a beach day or long walks exploring the beauty of the local area. The jets are great for some refreshing pampering.

The courtyard is shared with the onsite owners, who have every regard for guests' privacy, and just opposite the cottage there are extensive gardens and pretty woodland, also shared with the owners and guests at Bobbins Cottage (5519) nearby. Take a walk along the babbling stream (take care with children) and breathe in the splendour of the countryside and majestic woodlands.

Weavers Rest lies within ten minutes from the market town of Llandysul, with a good range of independent shops and eateries. The local shop is a short walk away in Pentrecwrt.

Just up the road, Cenarth Falls is a holiday must; magical, mesmerising waterfalls and pools in the shadow of the 13th Century Mill. The Coracle Centre makes an interesting visit. During the summer season treat yourself to a delicious cake and a pot of tea in the tearooms there.

Nearby is the dramatic Alltcafan Gorge, which is protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Follow the route of the old train track which is now a gentle riverside footpath following pretty woodland, you can even walk through the Victorian railway tunnel. There are great views from the old stone bridge, dating back to 1841, down river and to the historic woollen mill below. Call in to Plas Parke Inn for a tasty lunch or evening meal.

The river Teifi being 73 miles long is one of Wales' longest rivers, trickling down from the Cambrian mountains and winding its way through Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire. Pack a picnic and explore Llyn Teifi, a beautiful lake at the source of the river. Take the six mile walk around the lake, taking in the beauty of the Elan Valley. The river flows through the Teifi Valley, with plenty of salmon and trout, an angler's paradise. Watch them cascading over the Cenarth Falls or through the bridge at Cardigan Castle. When the Teifi is in full flow, for an exhilarating adventure try white water rafting with family and friends. Rafts may be booked through various outdoor activity centres, Cardigan Bay Active offer a six mile white water route for teams of up to eight people, suitable for children over ten. Try white water tubing between Llandysul and Henllan Falls with Adventure Beyond.

Don't forget a beach day. There's many to choose from on the Cardiganshire coast. Plan a day trip to the picturesque seaside town of Aberystwyth or colourful Aberaeron. A great place for a tasty lunch is The Moody Cow, which is open all day. There are castles galore to explore in the area, Cilgerran and Cardigan, Dryslwyn, Castell Carreg Cennen and Dinefwr. The old market town of Cardigan is worth a visit. Crwst is a highly recommended eatery. This heavenly, centrally located retreat offers an excellent base to explore all the local area has to offer in both Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire.

Whether you fancy a break in the spring or summertime, an autumnal break seeking out the warm fires of the local country pubs after a bracing hike admiring the spectacular autumn hues or a winter getaway, Weavers Rest is the ideal destination.


Ground Floor

Hall

Utility-room with washing machine

Kitchen/Dining-room with induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher

Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'') and en suite Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 2 with bunk-beds (3')

Sitting-room with TV/DVD player and CD player


Features

  • No pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 3 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub .25 miles
  • Patio furniture
  • Biomass (full under-floor heating)