- Sleeps: 8
- Bedrooms: 4
- Pets: Yes
- Changeover day: Friday
- No Smoking
- No of Pets Allowed: 2
Save 20% on a 7 night or short break stay, between 18th January-15th February 2019. A week was £600, now just £480. Short breaks from £336 (+ £30 service fee).
Recently renovated to offer high quality holiday accommodation, Maenayron, a lovely pet friendly property, is a semi detached house built in 1890. Situated in the charming town of Cardigan, a popular holiday destination close to many pretty coastal villages such as Mwnt, Tresaith, St Dogmaels, award winning beaches and stunning coastal views. and boasting many attractions within easy reach. If you love nature The National Trust Welsh Wildlife Centre is a great place to visit. You can look out for seals and dolphins in Cardigan Bay or walk the Wales Coastal Path. The area is rich in history, with the Castle ruins dating back to 1240. Cardigan is a great holiday destination. Note: Bedroom 2 - please select twin beds or super king when making your booking.
Holiday Accommodation Details
Sleeps 8 1-2 well behaved dogs
Lounge with TV/Freeview, DVD, Wi-Fi and wall mounted fire. Family room with TV, I-pod dock, games console and door to garden. Dining room. Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, integral microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher. Stairs to first floor: Bedroom 1 with double bed. Bedroom 2 with 2 singles (zip and link to super king) Bedroom 3 with bunk beds. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, WC, whb. Stairs to second floor: Bedroom 4 with king-size bed, en suite shower, WC, whb. Garden with patio area, table and chairs. Parking for 2 cars at rear of property, additional parking available in nearby public car park for small daily or weekly fee. Rent inclusive of electricity and gas central heating. Duvets, bed linen and towels provided. Non-smokers only. 3pm takeover.
Cardigan is a town in the county of Ceredigion – formerly Cardiganshire - which borders North Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. The town lies on the River Teifi at the point where Ceredigion meets Pembrokeshire. It was the county town of the historic county of Cardiganshire and is the second largest town in present-day Ceredigion. The town is set around the magnificent Norman castle built in the late 11th or early 12th century.