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- Traditional Welsh coastal cottage
- A short drive to beautiful beach and dramatic coast
- Open fire and wood burner
- Underfloor heating
- One of the bedrooms is downstairs, as is one of the bathrooms
- Sleeps 2 to 6 (plus an infant and up to 2 dogs)
- Enclosed garden with patio and trampoline
- Surrounded by lovely Ceredigion countryside
- Off-road parking
Lleine Price, a lovely holiday cottage near Mwnt beach, is situated in the middle of pretty, rolling Cardiganshire countryside. The little white house, with its jauntily painted red woodwork, sleeps 2 to 6 in two double bedrooms and one twin. Situated off a quiet lane next to its own outbuildings and in an enclosed garden, Lleine Price makes the perfect base for dolphin-spotting, beach fun, and walking. Up to 2 dogs welcome.
Lleine Price is the perfect seaside holiday cottage – warm, comfortable, practical and cosy, and simply but stylishly furnished. The good-sized grassy garden, with trampoline, hammock and garden furniture, is completely enclosed, so that children and dogs can run around in safety. It is a short drive (2.5 miles) from the lovely sandy National Trust-owned Mwnt beach with its unspoilt adjoining coastline, as well as many other local attractions for entertaining families.
The cottage is snug enough for a couple, however, and makes the perfect base for walking the beautiful, dramatic coastal path. The decoration of this traditional west Wales cottage is pleasingly simple, with its metal bedsteads, patchwork quilts, Welsh blankets, antique photographs, and woodwork painted in well-chosen colours.
Downstairs, Lleine Price has a neat kitchen, a good-sized dining-room with a wood burner, a large sitting-room with open fire, which opens through glass doors onto the terrace and garden, a bathroom (with bath and shower over, loo and hand basin), and a double bedroom with king-size bed. There is underfloor heating in the sitting-room and in the downstairs bedroom. Upstairs, there is a double bedroom with king-size bed, a twin bedroom, and a shower room with loo and hand basin.
The garden is roomy, sunny and enclosed, with plenty of space for two cars to park inside the garden enclosure and off the lane.
Things to do around Lleine Price
Cardigan is 2 ½ miles away and has a good selection of independent shops, an old market hall with market stalls, including a deli. There are a couple of supermarkets either end of the town. Llwynhelyg Farm Shop at Sarnau is a great stop-off for good local food. Pretty local villages and towns include Newcastle Emlyn, Aberaeron (for great seafood restaurants), and the picturesque little port of Llangrannog for the Ship Inn restaurant, and a nice beachside cafe. Llanerchaeron, 10 miles away, is a lovely National Trust property.
Between Cardigan and Lleine Price is situated the Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, where you can look over to the nature reserve of Cardigan Island and see nesting sea birds and dolphins. In the park, there are all sorts of animals, from rare breed cattle to emus and wallabies. There is also an outdoor adventure playground, a sand pit, and an indoor games barn for wet weather.
The nitty gritty
Live online booking
Changeovers are normally Mondays and Fridays. Weekends are set-priced from Friday 4pm to Monday 10.30am; so you can stay 1, 2 or 3 nights for the weekend price. Check availability and book online below, or check availability for all cottages.
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From the visitors book at Lleine Price
'We had an absolutely lovely week in this beautiful cottage - thank you. We spent a wonderful lazy day on our favourite beach - Mwnt! We had a great (if a little muddy) woodland walk to the beach at Penbryn. The little cafe is brilliant - 'The Plwmp Tart'. Another great place to eat is the Ship in overlooking Tresaith beach. We had a lovely meal on the verandah overlooking the sea! We saw some dolphins at Newquay and some scary seagulls! Cardigan Island Farm is always a good day out, and we always spot some seals. All in all, we've had a lovely relaxing week.' Sean, Lynda, Rebecca, Richard and Lucy from Stafford
'A fabulous cottage in a fabulous place! Mwnt is amazing, as is Llangrannog. Thoroughly enjoyed it....especially relaxing in the hammock on the sunny days we had. Thanks! Diolch!' Liam, beth, Amber (9), Archie (7) and Ramsey the dog from Bristol
'Short break from Cornwall. Lovely comfortable house. Enjoyed reading about previous incumbents and works done. Had a nice fire one night, some nice walks with the dog, and also went to Mwnt, Nanternis, Aberaeron (nice supper at The Harbourmaster) and Newport, our favourite place. This was our 5th stay in Wales, mostly with Blaentrothy Cottages because of the standard of cottages. Thank you, Lleine Price.' Ben, Jacky and Mac, the well-behaved collie
'We loved the cottage, it was everything we hoped it would be and more with all the lovely fabrics, furniture and pictures etc. The outdoor space is stunning and the cottage and directions info via email was great thank you. Much thanks, it's a very homely, comfortable cosy and peaceful place to stay indeed.' The Bryant family from Kidderminster
'Couldn't be faulted. Many thanks...' The Barria-Norton family, the Wirral
'One reason we booked this cottage is that this was the house I was born at, and was the family home until my parents sold it in 1967. It has been beautifully restored and we liked the fact that a lot of the original features have been kept. My husband and daughters enjoyed finding out a little bit of the history of the place.' The Davies family, Somerset
'We've had a great time here at Lleine Price - it's the perfect cottage for a family holiday with kids. Especially the lovely garden and of course the trampoline! Very convenient for the beach at Mwnt and also the interesting town of Aberteifi. All in all we've had an excellent time and will probably be booking again for next year. Thanks!' Nick, Karen, Heather and Rowan
'We've had a lovely holiday, cottage great and good retreat from rain. Girls all enjoyed Mwnt beach and went there daily whatever the weather. We've seen lots of wildlife, dolphins at Aberporth and New Quay, seals and a sunfish! Lots of things to do and we haven't had enough time to do them all!! We don't want to go home.' Helen and Andy Foster and family
'The cottage was absolutely beautiful and immaculately presented, so even though the weather could have been a bit kinder, we still had a lovely time. Thanks again, and we will definitely book with you again in the future.' Briony and family, Bristol