Geuallt & Kenwood Cottages
Enchanting traditional stone-built country cottages, which sleep 4. Geuallt and Kenwood are the perfect rural getaway for anyone who wants some clean air and a restful break away from it all in the countryside.
This pair of pretty white-washed cottages are set in steep wooded hillside and are former lead miners cottages. They are secluded yet not isolated and enjoy a superb tranquil setting in a quiet valley, just 7 miles inland from Aberystwyth.
They make the ideal base for those who enjoy bird watching (this is Red Kite country), fishing or walking. The immediate area offers many picturesque walks and scenic car tours, with all of the Cardigan coastal resorts including Borth within easy reach. The RSPB Reserve at Ynis -hir on the the Dyfi estuary, just half an hours drive away, offers a wide range of habitats from estuary to woodland.
3 miles before Goginan on the A44 is the Nant Yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre, with way marked forest walks, picnic areas and stunning views to Cardigan Bay. Other local attractions include Llywernog Mine Museum and Caverns at Ponterwyd (4.5 miles from Goginan), a fascinating underground adventure for all the family and a vivid reminder of the areas Silver and Leadmining heritage, and the famous Devils Bridge (8 miles away) with its spectacular waterfalls over 300 feet high. From here, the Vale of Rheidol narrow gauge steam railway offers an unforgettable journey of 12 breathtakingly scenic miles to Aberystwyth.