Glyn Peris Cottage is a pretty stone barn conversion set in a peaceful rural location on the edge of the village of Llanon in West Wales, and ideally-situated for the beautiful beaches of Cardigan Bay, unspoilt West Wales countryside and the attractions of nearby Aberaeron and Aberystwyth. With downstairs accommodation comprising large sitting-room, kitchen / dining-room and bathroom, and with two bedrooms upstairs, the cottage can sleep 2 – 6 people. The village shop and pub are only five minutes walk a further five minutes stroll through the pretty hamlet of Llansantffraed takes you to the villages pebble beach, and a further twenty minutes walk (or two minutes drive!) brings you to the sandy expanse of nearby Llanrhystud beach. Tastefully-furnished and equipped to a high standard, and with the luxury of underfloor heating and log burner for winter comfort, Glyn Peris Cottage offers a comfortable and relaxing holiday base for both winter and summer breaks. Electricity, OFCH, and linen are included. The sleeping accommodation upstairs includes one double bedroom (with further space for cot or single bed), plus a very small bedroom. The small bedroom is most suitable for children in bunk beds, but can sleep adults in single or double bed (this latter arrangement is cosy but tight!). There are a number of bed configurations available (single, double, bunk) on request as well as a futon in the sitting room. Fully-equipped with all essentials for a relaxing holiday, including microwave and dishwasher, garden furniture, well-thumbed paperbacks, toys and infant facilities, the cottage has been converted from an old barn and coach house that sits in the grounds of the owners house, set amidst a small-holding complete with sheep, chickens and ancient Shetland pony. It is secluded, yet conveniently located to the main coast road offering good access to all parts of Cardigan Bay. Cardigan Bays rich and varied coastline is dotted with villages and harbour towns all with a rich seafaring history and boasts a variety of beautiful beaches ranging from secluded sandy coves to more traditional seaside resorts. The bay is an important area for wildlife spectacular coastal walks offer glimpses of dolphin and seal species and rare flora and fauna of both seaside and mountain. Outdoor activities include sailing, canoeing, walking, bird watching, golfing, swimming and even dry slope skiing. The nearby university town of Aberystwyth, a lively centre of Welsh language and culture, offers many diversions and entertainment from cinema to theatre, museums, galleries, restaurants, ten-pin bowling and both a funicular and narrow gauge railway. Four miles south of Llanon is the beautiful, historic seaside town of Aberaeron with its pretty harbour, farmers markets, local cheese-makers, vineyard, seafood caught locally, and famous honey ice cream. Many other entertainments offer great family days out, from the nearby Fantasy Farm Park, to King Arthurs Labyrinth and the famous Centre for Alternative Technology all near Machynlleth, just north of Aberystwyth. For those more adventurous, the National Parks of Pembrokeshire and Snowdonia are within reach for day excursions, as well as the beautiful Elan Valley inland.