Ty Mari With Penroc
- Up to 10 people and 4 dogs in 2 cottages
- Wonderful dog walks in stunning scenery
- Low priced self-catering holiday
- Sky FreeSat & Wifi available
- Plenty of local attractions
- Complete peace in a secluded location
Welsh Hideaways - Dog Friendly Cottages in Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire/Ceredigion
We are told that few self-catering holiday cottages offer such comfort, complete peace and a sense of retreat from our fast-paced world for those who love to escape. These dog friendly holiday cottages in mid-west Wales are set on the edge of the Cambrian Mountains in a breathtaking location, as seen in the ‘Hinterland’ TV series.
For those looking for adventure and self-catering holidays in Wales there are endless beautiful walks for children, adults and dogs alike. A narrow gauge steam railway is nearby; swimming, dolphin spotting, Red Kite feeding and bird watching, mountain biking, fly fishing, horse riding and viewing historic mines are amongst the attractions local to the holiday cottages. Of course the internet is unlimited for those who need it! While our cottages are pet and dog friendly, owners are encouraged to read the relevant FAQs to ensure their dog’s holiday needs will be met too!
For some, this low priced self-catering holiday is enhanced by the two dog friendly cottages having inter-communicating doors…you can have a noisy cottage with games, DVDs and the like and a quiet cottage where you can be still and drink in the view. They are wonderful for two families wanting space for ten and yet times apart from each other.
The fantastic location of these self-catering cottages in west Wales means that you can enjoy the kind of holiday you want to – whether it is a break full of walking with the dogs or trekking; or simply recharging your batteries and taking a step back from it all.
Both holiday cottages come fully equipped with king size beds as well as comfy twin rooms – so after a long day of walking with the dogs and outdoor activities, you will be sure of a good night’s sleep. But before you turn in for the night, you can take full advantage of the wonderful views that mid-west Wales has to offer on the balcony terrace, while enjoying a home cooked dinner or glass of wine on a summer’s evening. The international dark sky park is nearby so star-gazing is an unforgettable experience.
For those cold and dark nights, there are a range of options to keep you entertained as you enjoy the heat of the stove, including Sky FreeSat, DVDs, audio system, surprisingly fast internet and a good selection of games. Whether it’s a romantic countryside retreat or a large family/group walking holiday in Wales – the cottages cater for everyone (even your dog!).
Advice For Dog Owners:
Up to two well behaved dogs are very welcome at each cottage.
There should be a dog collar tag in each cottage on a key hook. Please replace it when you leave!
Please keep them downstairs when possible and off the beds and sofas.
If you leave a dog behind in the cottage when you go out, please be confident he/she is not going to bark and upset people in the next door cottages.
Ty Mari and Penroc share garden space and the fencing is not dog-proof. The cottages are ‘dog-friendly’ in that we welcome dogs there. None the less the shared gardens are not always ideal. Penroc’s entrance door is from the shared garden area but Ty Mari entrance is onto a ‘no through’ often less than tidy track between cottages.
There are ticks in Wales, commonest in spring and autumn. There is a tick remover hook in the dresser draw of each cottage.
Please clear up any dog mess left around the cottages. There is a spade in the Garden Store room and the brambles benefit from the ‘fertilizer’ you drop over the end of the terrace! Out on walks, biodegradable bags are preferable as there are not many dog poo bins around.
ALWAYS keep your dogs on a lead when sheep are in the same area and keep to footpaths. Lambs in Cwmystwyth usually arrive late March; it is especially important pregnant ewes are left unworried by dogs. Farmers can legally shoot dogs that are worrying sheep under section 9 of the Animal Act 1971.
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