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Llety'r Graig

Aberystwyth - West Wales

5 star Aberystwyth self catering cottage with private hot tub, perfect for a family holiday. Enjoy the seaside, Animalarium, walks, railway trips & much more
  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Accepts 1 pet
  • WiFi internet
  • Hot Tub
  • Open fire or woodburner
35095
£549 - £1220 per week *

Special Offers: Receive half a lamb from the local butchers included with every booking (7 night minimum) at Llety'r Graig, from now to the 22nd Dec 2018

Description

This 5 star Aberystwyth self catering cottage offers a hot tub with a view and is perfect for a family holiday on the Mid Wales coast. Relax by the seaside, go walking and cycling in peaceful countryside, watch the red kites being fed and visit some of the area’s range of family attractions. These include the Animalarium, King Arthur’s Labyrinth, the amenities of Aberystwyth and a Railway Trip to Devils Bridge with its famous Waterfalls. Hospitality Award Winner in 2017: 'The Best Aber Welcome'.

Ground Floor

Open plan kitchen and living room with country style oak furniture, kitchen area with slate tiled flooring, dining table and 6 chairs, fridge freezer, cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.

Sitting area with oak flooring, 3 piece suite with seating for 6 people, coffee table, nest of tables, freeview T.V. & DVD and wood burning stove (initial supply of logs provided).

From the living room there’s 1 step to hallway with back door to patio with washing line and table and 6 chairs.

Family bathroom with over bath shower and slate tile flooring. 2 more steps to bedrooms.

First bedroom with oak flooring and en-suite shower room with slate tile flooring. King size and single beds, dressing table, ottoman, bedside cabinets and T.V.

Second bedroom with oak flooring, King size and single beds, dressing table, ottoman, bed side cabinets and T.V.

Garden

Large enclosed garden with a hot tub, patio furniture, gas barbecue and a lovely view across the valley. Lawn with clothes line, driveway and parking inside front gates.

Additional Information

  • Bed linen and towels provided.
  • Heating and electricity included.
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair gate available. Please bring your own cot bedding with you.
  • Plastic plates and bowls for children provided.
  • Wi-fi available.
  • Free private parking.
  • 1 dog welcome.
  • No smoking.
  • Wood burning stove in lounge and storage heaters.
  • This property has a £150 good housekeeping refundable bond, which is payable to Best of Wales along with the balance of your holiday. Alternatively, you can waiver this bond by paying a non-refundable fee of £5 per person instead.

Information for Disabled and Less Abled People

This property suits people who are less mobile but not dependent on a wheelchair, as it is a single storey property.

  • Easy access from the car parking area

  • Easy parking and the walking surface into the property is tarmac.

  • The garden area is on the same level as the car parking

  • The main doorway is wide enough for wheelchairs and other doorways are 750mm

  • The kitchen and lounge are accessible by wheelchair but there are steps to the bedroom and bathroom

  • The light switches and door handles are positioned to offer easy access

  • Assistance dogs are welcome

Features

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 King size/super king beds
  • 2 Single beds
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Accepts 1 pet
  • WiFi internet
  • Hot Tub
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
  • Saturday changeover
  • 7 Miles from a beach
  • 1 Mile from a pub
  • 1 Mile from a shop
  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Private parking
  • Bed linen provided
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • No smoking
  • Towels provided
  • No tumble dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Highchair available
  • Stairgate available
  • Travel cot available

Prices

Reviews

Evan the owner was both very helpful and a really nice person. Nothing was too much trouble. We had a fabulous holidayMr Julian Cunningham - 16th September 2018
Stunning scenery and exceptionally friendly and helpful owner. Would definitely re-book!Miranda from Devon - 23rd July 2018
Thank you very much for having us all to stay Evan.We have had a thoroughly enjoyable stay in your beautiful cottage.The decorations on the tree were fantastic and we all very much appreciated the efforts you and of course Sandra made to make us feel so welcome.We look forward to coming again soon. Angela,Steven&David Farley. Switzerland - 5th January 2018
Wonderful,Perfect stay in EVERY WAY! We will definitely be coming back!Holly&Jeremy Flynn.& Megan,Will,Beatrice Troughton - Bristol. - 4th December 2017
After our stay”up the hill”at Ty Ar y Mynydd in splendid isolation, we decided to try LLety'r Graig as a base to visit our son at AberUni.Thank you so much Evan for exceeding our expectations and for such a warm welcome.Lovely accommodation, much appreciated welcome pack and we used the hot tub even though its November. Diolch.Mark&Jan Andrews. Llansantffraid - 20th November 2017
Thank you very much for a lovely stay.We are a group of nurses who trained together and booked this weekend as a reunion. We have loved the cottage, especially the hot tub, the beautiful walk down the village and the fireworks at New Quay.The host Evan was accommodating and friendly, very much enjoyed the Welsh Cakes. Definitely recommend and hopefully be back.Luisa,Caroline,Laura,Jen,Ellyse&Ad. Btistol - 5th November 2017
Fabulous accommodation, lovely location, and the hot tub was amazing. The welcome pack was an added luxury and was greatly appreciated.We would love to come back hopefully next time with family.Jayne &Andrew - 3rd November 2017
Thank you Evan for an amazing stay in your beautiful cottage. So well presented, clean, cosy and well equipped-you have thought of everything!The welcome goodies were a lovely surprise and delicious.We’ve all loved it here and will definitely be back again! Thank you again.Laura,Neil, Millie, Oliver,Josef&Jacob - Lincoln. - 27th October 2017
Thank you for such an enjoyable week in a little haven! Looking forward to coming back at Christmas and also to see you and Cymro.Angela,Steven,&David London-Farley - Switzerland - 13th October 2017
What an absolutely wonderful cottage,so well equipped and spotlessly clean,in lovely surroundings.Evan is such pleasant and friendly host.Thank you Evan for the fantastic welcome package of goodies. We’ve had a super time here and really enjoyed exploring this part of Wales.We’ll be sure to recommend this beautiful cottage to friends.Best wishes from us all. Linda,Carmel, Laura&Clare, Manchester. - 6th October 2017
Thank you Evan and Cymro for another wonderful holiday in your lovely holiday home.Spotlessly clean and a lovely welcome from you both. Hot tup was really relaxing.Welcome pack goodies were delicious.Such a lovely setting and enjoyed Borth and Aberdovey.We will definitely be re rooting for next year and hooping Scooby will still be with us and come too. Look forward to seeing you and thank you again.Rick&Jenny, Norfolk - 29th September 2017
What a great time we had Evan.There are so many things to do and we have been so comfortable here at the cottage.Sat in the hot tub watching the kites and the weather, bit speacial.Many thanks and all the best-AA.Alan&Andrea, Huddersfield - 15th September 2017
We have all had a wonderful time again and we are looking forward to returning again next year.Thank you so much Evan.Audrey,Ray, Victoria,Pete,Max&Leo. Bosley - 5th September 2017
Fantastic cottage with everything you need.
On arrival day we were surprised and delighted by a welcome pack of amazing Welsh products. Evan is a fabulous host we enjoyed getting to know him. Hot tub is an amazing addition - we were in it everyday. Aberdovey beach was our favourite. We were there during Talybont annual fair which was a brilliant day out with the kids. Amazing bakery/cafe and fish and chip shop in MachynllethClaire from Scotland - 30th August 2017
Great family holiday, perfect accommodation with added bonus of hot tub. Lovely views and within easy reach of beaches - very dog friendly too. Ynyslas beach - perfect for dog walking and sandcastles. Tan-y-Coed - really nice woodland walk. Vale of Rheidol railway - nice trip through the hills to Devil's Bridge. Nice meal at The Wildfowler in Tre'r-ddol (next village up the road). Nothing more you could have offered really - it was a great holiday, revisiting places we knew as students 20 years ago. The kids loved everything about it and Evan was a wonderful host.Penny - 25th July 2017
We have had a great family holiday here. Stunning with a fabulous welcome - Easter eggs for the kids and lots of nice Welsh treats! We loved the cottage, so spacious and everything we needed. Lots of lovely walks in the area and the beach in Borth is just stunning- couldn't beat it .We are leaving feeling very relaxed and really don't want to leave. Thanks to Evan for such a welcome stay. We are hoping to come back,Neil & Sam Russell - 21st April 2017
Lovely walks from the front door, the cottage is warm,cosy and dog friendly. We will be back!John &Janis Owens and Diane & Peter Ross-Pembrokeshire & TheWirral - 20th February 2017
The cottage is beautiful, with a lovely atmosphere and outstanding views. We have been welcomed with open arms and had a wonderful week.
Bianca, Jake & Fay, Peterborough - 17th February 2017

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Local Area

Up a private lane, Llety'r Graig cottage, Mid Wales is one of two adjoining south facing cottages in a beautiful rural valley with excellent views of rolling hills. Within 7 miles of two sandy beaches on the Mid Wales coast and 8 miles from Aberystwyth. Tal-y-bont village (1 mile) has 2 good pubs, shop, garage and children’s play area. Enjoy this attractive valley which is convenient to both the Seaside and the Cambrian Mountains with walking and cycling opportunities.

The University and Seaside town of Aberystwyth includes the National Library, Museum and Castle and a range of amenities including a Leisure Centre, plenty of shops, Golf Course and even a Narrow Gauge Railway leading to Devils Bridge with its famous Waterfalls and many lovely walks. The Aberystwyth area offers some spectacular landscapes and scenery, as featured on Hinterland / Y Gwyll; a ground-breaking, dual-language detective drama set against the stunning backdrop of West Wales.

The Ancient Capital of Wales, Machynlleth is 11 miles north and offers walks and cycle trails, an unique shopping experience, Leisure Centre, Golf Course, Wales’ first Parliament House dating back to the 15th Century and the oldest Street Market in Britain every Wednesday. A few more miles North is the Centre for Alternative Technology and just a little further is the Corris Craft Centre and King Arthur’s Labyrinth.

Other things to do and see in the area include the Ynys Hir Nature Reserve and Sand dunes, walking, cycling, sightseeing, seaside, golfing and fishing. The Silver and Lead Mines at Llywernog and the Water Falls and Steps at Devils Bridge are also well worth a visit.

Beaches

Beautiful beaches within 7 miles at Borth and Ynys Las, with the popular seaside town of Aberystwyth just 8 miles away.

Walking

Plenty of rural and mountain walks. Public foot paths convenient also coastal path at Borth 6 miles away.

Cycling

Cycle path for 3 miles approximately from village along main road and many other cycle paths within a few miles. Also endless rural roads for walking and cycling.

Dyfi Mountain Biking - all routes start from Machynlleth. 11 miles

Nant yr Arian Mountain Biking Centre - one of the premier Mountain Biking centres in Wales. 14 miles

Bird watching

R.S.P.B. at Ynyshir, Dyfi Osprey Project, Red Kite Feeding Centre at Nant yr Arian.

Golf

Within 7 miles of Borth Golf Club. 9 miles to Aberystwyth Golf Club. 12 miles to Machynlleth Golf Club. Other smaller Golf Clubs available at Capel Bangor and Rhydyfelin.