Tresaith Cottage is a beautifully renovated and
centrally heated holiday home only a few minutes drive or a short walk from the
very beautiful Tresaith Beach. The cottage sleeps 4 to 5 plus cots with
two spacious bedrooms upstairs, and an enormous lounge, newly fitted kitchen and
bathroom downstairs. Weekly rentals start on Fridays. Two small or one
medium well behaved dog welcomed.
The front door opens into the newly fitted and spacious kitchen, fully
equipped with fridge/ freezer, electric oven with induction hob and
extractor over, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave breakfast table
seating two and all the crockery, glassware, cutlery, and cookware needed to
cater for family meals and celebrations.
There are 2 steps down into the large fully carpeted sitting room area, very comfortable new leather sofas and a 42" flat screen TV with Freesat. There is also a multi-fuel log burner ( fuel available locally ), a dining table and four chairs.
Bedrooms - Upstairs there is a double bedroom, and a twin bedroom with a full sized cot - accessed by a galleried walkway. Bed linen is provided, but towels must be brought by guests. A fifth person can be accommodated in a folding Z-bed.
Bathroom - The fully tiled bathroom is downstairs and has a bath with electric shower over, WC, washbasin and large heated towel rail.
Outside - There is ample parking in front of the property for one or more cars, plus space for bikes, a boat or water sports equipment. Behind the cottage, there is a patio area with seating and a charcoal BBQ, and a garden area beyond.
Wi-Fi is provided in the cottage.
There is oil fired central heating with radiators throughout. Electricity & oil included within the rental. Fuel for the woodstove is available locally . No smoking inside the house.
Two small or one medium well behaved dogs welcomed. Pets are restricted to downstairs only - stair gate provided.
Tresaith Caravan is also located within the smallholding. The caravan - which has a Saturday start, sleeps 4 to 6 plus a travel cot. see here for more info.
10% discount for weekly bookings if only 2 are staying and using one bedroom only before May 25th or after August.
Regret no short breaks.
Full size cot available in twin bedroom, plus stair and door gates provided.
Full central heating with radiators throughout.
Weekly rentals start on Fridays.
Adequate parking, space for boat etc.
Tresaith - Tresaith is one of the locations most
favoured by visitors to Ceredigion. It is almost a picture-book seaside
village and offers a wonderful sandy beach, a beach shop that sells snacks,
ice creams and beach toys - all good for children. There is also the toilet
block with free shower opposite the shop. There are often events at the
beach such as the Tresaith Mariners regatta and often there is a marquee on
the beach with live music.
The legend of seven - The word "saith" means seven in Welsh and legend has it that, once upon a time, a king of Ireland had seven troublesome daughters. Having tried in vain to instil some element of control over the seven princesses the king finally lost his patience and ordered his daughters to be cast adrift in an open boat. The currents of the Irish Sea bore the craft towards the coast of Ceredigion and it beached here. The seven princesses fell in love with the sons of seven local Welsh families, married and settled down. Which explains why the settlement is called "Tresaith" - the town of seven!
The Ceredigion Coast Path links Tresaith to neighbouring Aberporth and, at low tide it is possible - with care, having first consulted a copy of the Ceredigion Tide Tables - to walk along the foreshore all the way to the beach of Penbryn, to the north with its sand dunes and surrounding woodland, which is managed by the National Trust.
The Ship at Tresaith - The Ship Inn is a friendly & welcoming place to eat & drink. Perfect for those weekend breaks. Relax on the heated sea terrace with a drink and spot the dolphins. They are always updating their menu to ensure it reflects the season - delivering the freshest dishes possible. Their focus remains on seafood due to the wide array of fresh, local produce available. Here are a few examples of what you might find on the menu: Freshly cooked beer battered haddock, Honey-gingered king prawns, whole sea bream, Oven baked plaice, Cockles and Mussels. Daily specials available.
Prices and Availability / Booking
You can book online and pay the deposit by card - see below,
or if you would prefer,
you can PRINT A BOOKING FORM and send a cheque
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Only the dates in blue are available
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The post code is SA43 2JG