5 Bedroom Property Sleeping 10, 2 Mins Walk To The Beach
Jane Lloyd Evans
About Jane Lloyd Evans
We live in the Midlands, near Stratford Upon Avon, I am from Cardigan, with family in the area. We were visiting the area yearly and renting a holiday cottage, we both love the area so much it seemed the obvious thing to do to buy our own property.
Jane Lloyd Evans purchased this House in 2007
Why Jane Lloyd Evans chose Tresaith
You will understand if you visit Tremle, it is a great house with a lot of character.
What makes this House unique
Tremle has a great garden, is very relaxing and being just a couple of minutes walk from a lovely beach, and a great pub to sit and watch the sunsets and resident dolphins
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Fantastic place to stay for the family (6 adults) over the New Year. Jane was an excellent host, easy to communicate with both before and during our stay - she even came round in person very promptly when we had a couple of questions on how to work things. The house is located a 2-3 minute walk from the beach and is on the coastal path which has unbelievable views. Great for exploring the many (hidden) beaches along the coast. Tremle is well furnished and equipped with everything you could possibly need - probably the best equipped house we have ever stayed in with VRBO.
Would definitely recommend this place and it is probably even more gorgeous in the summer!!
Great destination for a family party
Our family spent four nights here celebrating an 85th Anniversary. There were 9 of us in the party aged 21 to 85 and we really enjoyed exploring the area, from Cardigan in the south to New Quay in the north, and all the coves in between.
The local beach is idyllic, though it's a very stiff climb back up to the house, so you need to be fit, or else run a car down to pick up the less able (there's very little parking at the bottom). The Ship has great views across the bay from the deck, though the drinks are pricy and we didn't try the food - again it's a good hike back up the hill.
The house is ideal for a family party, though can't vouch for its child-friendliness as ours are all over 20. The big kitchen and dining room were particularly appreciated, as were the comfy beds. The bedrooms would benefit from more shelves and better mirrors for hair/makeup and more storage in the shower room, but not a big problem for a short stay.
Lovely house in a great spot near the sea and a pub.
Really fab house with very well equipped kitchen, utility area and beautifully furnished rooms. Hot water a bit temperamental.
Great walks and beaches on the door step.
The house is situated within a 2 min walk from a great sandy, sheltered beach at Tresaith, and the Ceredigion Coastal Path runs along the bottom of the garden, ideal for walkers, the path affords superb views and scenery. Cardigan Bay offers a wealth of beaches, rugged cliffs, rural and coastal footpaths and charming quaint towns and villages with artists to visit and Welsh culture and heritage to explore. Walking, cycling, fishing, canoeing, sea kayaking, bird watching and so much more...Clean fresh air, stunning sunsets and no crowds. The beach at Tresaith is great for families, offering safe swimming and rock pools. There are lifeguards on duty during the summer months. There are public toilets, a shop, café and The Ship Inn, with an outdoor terrace overlooking the beach. The beach has a slipway and is a popular sailing destination.
Other beaches in the area worth visiting are:
Aberporth - a 30 min cliff top walk from Tresaith, here you will find a shop, pubs, restaurants, a launderette and chemist.
Mwnt - owned by the National Trust with a 13th century church, access to the beach is via steep steps.
Llangrannog - found in a steep valley, the main street winds it way down to a sandy beach, where you will find The Ship and The Pentre Arms both offering good beer and food. There are also 2 cafes and a shop.
Cwmtydu - a shingle beach often frequented by Atlantic Grey seals who use it as a nursery for their pups.
Penbryn Beach - owned by The National Trust, it is probably the most unspoilt beach on the Ceredigion coast.
Local towns worthy of a visit include Cenarth - a charming Conservation village that huddles around its spectacular low waterfalls. The salmon can be seen migrating upstream every year. The National Coracle Centre is found here, as well as a lovely riverside walk and a few shops and pubs, and Cenarth Cheese.
Cardigan is a short distance away, offering more extensive shopping facilities, larger supermarkets, traditional Butcher, Baker and Grocery stores, also specialists for local arts, sports, fishing and much more. There is the Cardigan Market in the Guildhall, The Heritage Centre on the river and Theatre Mwldan and Art Gallery.
Aberaeron - features striking architecture, one in every four houses is listed. There is a thriving port and a stonewalled harbour. A visit to The Harbourmaster is indeed a culinary treat (booking recommended).
Newport and The Gwaun Valley, Newport is a very pretty, up and coming village on the Pembrokeshire coast, with a great selection of shops and restaurants. The Gwaun Valley is notorious for its picturesque scenery and home brewed beers. Visit Aunt Bessie's for the experience of a lifetime.
Activities on offer include Canoeing, there are some great stretches of water on the Teifi River. Sea Kayaking with easy beach access at Tresaith, Aberporth and Llangrannog.
Llain Activity Centre for fun and adventure on the Ceredigion coast including abseiling, zip wires, archery, climbing, high ropes, kayaking and many more. Cenarth Adventure Centre offers paintballing, laser combat etc.
Fishing, including some great sea fishing, and the thrill of game fishing on the rivers for salmon and sea trout. Splendid beaches offer bass and mullet and cod in winter, with many rocky shores where pollack, wrasse, mackerel and conger lurk.
The Teifi Marshes National Nature Reserve & Welsh Wildlife Centre offers a wide range of habitats, whilst The Ceredigion Coastal Path follows the spectacular and varied coastline of Cardigan Bay. Stunning scenery, picturesque villages and a wealth of wildlife, including the highest number of dolphin spotting in the UK.
Other places of interest include The National Botanical Gardens at Aberglassney, Cardigan Island Farm Park, Ceredigion Silver Mines Discovery Centre, The Vale of Rheidol Railway, New Quay Honey Farm, The Dylan Thomas Trail, Cilwendeg Shell House, Wildlife Boat Trips from Cardigan, New Quay Dolphin Spotting Boat Trips, Golf Courses at Cardigan, Cilgwyn & Cwmrhydneuadd and Horse Riding.