About Penwern Fach Holiday Cottages

Set in their own 10 acres of peaceful private grounds, Penwern Fach Cottages are in the heart of beautiful countryside with glorious views over the Teifi Valley and the Preseli Mountains and just a mile from the picturesque fishing village of Cenarth with its famous Salmon Leap waterfalls. Sympathetically converted and recently updated from traditional farm buildings the cottages are full of charm and character with original stone walls and exposed beams. Within a 10 - 15 minute drive are numerous safe sandy beaches, private fishing, numerous golf courses, riding and sailing. All cottages are fully equipped and have Wood Burning Stoves,Flat screen tv with freeview & DVD players as well as washing machines & dishwashers. All cottages have central heating and some have additional under-floor heating as well. Prices are inclusive of bed linen. Please bring own personal towels and tea cloths. Logs for the wood burning stoves available and charged at £3.50 per basket. Cots, High Chairs and Baby Gates provided free of charge (subject to availability). WiFi in each cottage. Each cottage has its own patio with table and chairs. There is a purpose built stone barbecue and a small games room providing pool table & table football. There is also a large area for children to play football etc., and for the younger children there is a play tower with swings, slide & sand pit. For the golf lovers there is a private golf practice area on site. (golf balls and clubs not provided)
Discounted rates are available for all guests staying in the cottages to use nearby Coracles Health & Country Club with indoor swimmimg pool, jacuzzi, sauna/steam rooms & fitness suite. Coracles offers free WiFi, Pizzeria & bar open most school holiday evenings and weekends (restricted opening hours during winter months).

For a more detailed description of each cottage please visit our website or phone 01239 710345.

Please contact accommodation provider direct for availabiliity.

Location

52.06775, -4.528601

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