Our standard check-in time is 3:00 p.m. We ask guests to vacate their cottage by 10:00 a.m. If you would like to arrive earlier, please contact us and we'll do our best accommodate your request.
Please note that both cottages are no smoking and Hen Ffermdy cottage is no pets. There is plenty of parking on site for each cottage.
The nearest village shop and pub are 3 miles away in Cross Inn, and the nearest restaurant, The Hungry Ram, is 2 miles away in Penwuch. There are supermarkets in Aberystwyth and Lampeter.
There is a comprehensive information book in each cottage, which includes suggestions as to activities and places of interest in the area. If you can't wait to start planning your holiday, have a look at our Things To Do page.
Make the most of your journey to Cardigan Bay by stopping off for lunch:
Three Horseshoes Inn, Groesffordd (off the A40 near Brecon)
The Castle Hotel, Llandovery (on the A40)
The Bear Hotel, Crickhowell (on the A40)
Number Twenty One, Machynlleth
Cross Foxes, Dolgellau
Why not stop off at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, near Carmarthen, and explore 568 acres of countryside, formal gardens, nature reserves and the Lord Foster Great Glasshouse. Events take place at weekends and school holidays.
8th June: Aberystwyth & Ceredigion County Show
7th July: Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival, Aberaeron
22nd-25th July: The Royal Welsh Show, Builth Wells
27th July: Lampeter Food Festival
3rd August: Cardigan County Show
26th August: Aberaeron Carnival
We do our best to run our holiday cottages as sustainably as possible, but by taking the few simple steps set out in our Responsible Visitor Charter all guests can help us achieve our green goal.
When you book online, you'll be invited to offset the carbon footprint of your journey through ClimateCare.
If you're interested in the nitty gritty of what we do, we're always happy to do "show and tell" sessions about our various eco projects, such as the reed bed, solar thermal and solar PV installations, and "Big Mac" our biomass boiler. Our energy monitoring charts demonstrate just how much of your electricity consumption you can generate over the year even in West Wales!