Gorslwyd Farm has eight attractive holiday cottages in a beautiful and serene coastal location set around an old farmhouse. It is a perfect base for family or group holidays. Each cottage is comfortably furnished and equipped with television, gas cooker, fridge, microwave and CD/radio. The facilities include our secret garden, games/conference room and laundry. Near Cardigan and within minutes from blue flag sandy beaches its an ideal holiday location for walking, cycling, fishing or simply relaxing.
There are 3 cottages for up to 6 people, 2 cottages for up to 5 people and 3 cottages for up to 4 people. All cottages except Cowslip have space to accommodate a baby in a cot for no extra charge.
Our 3-bedroomed cottages for up to 6 are called: Celandine, Bramble & Briar; Our 3-bedroomed cottages for up to 5: Campion & Columbine; Our 2-bedroomed cottages for up to 4: Cornflower, Clover & Cowslip.
Bramble & Briar have an internal connecting door giving convenient accommodation for groups of up to 12 people.
Full descriptions are available on our own web site: www.gorslwyd.co.uk
Gorslwyd is quiet and secluded but not remote. The farm lane joins the West Wales coast road (A487) at its junction with the B4333 from Newcastle Emlyn and Carmarthen, making it an ideal base from which to explore and enjoy the delightful scenery and holiday activities of West and Mid Wales.
Sandy beaches at Aberporth, Tresaith, Penbryn and Llangranog are just a few minutes drive away. The historic market town of Cardigan, 7 miles to the south, has a full range of shops and services and the seaside towns of Aberaeron and New Quay are within a 25-minute drive. The nearby Preselli Mountains and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park include spectacular hill, cliff and seaside walks. Angling rivers like the Teifi and Aeron flow from inland heather moors through forests and woodlands, marshes and pastures, villages and market towns to estuary quays and sailing harbours.
There are all kinds of crafts, sports and leisure and countryside activities close by. Farmhouse kitchens serving cream teas to restaurants offering cordon bleu menus, which use local produce to give visitors a taste of Wales.
Unhurried visits to Tregaron, Rhayader, Devil's Bridge, Aberystwyth and Machynlleth to the north or to St David's Haverfordwest, Pembroke and Tenby to the south can be enjoyed with ease. North and South Wales are within reach on a day trip.
Gorslwyd Farm is a great place to base yourself for a superb holiday in West Wales. There are so many activities locally; whether its wining and dining, swimming and snorkelling or just exploring the beautiful countryside and coastline at your own pace. Although Gorslwyd Farm is quiet and secluded it is set off the West Wales coastal road which makes it an ideal base from which to explore West and Mid Wales.
Please contact us on 01239 810593 or through our web site www.gorslwyd.co.uk.