The Welsh Coast Path was officially opened on May 5th 2012 and is an enormous 870 mile long walking trail. Nowhere else on earth has a path stretching along its entire coastline and this is bound to be a huge success with the walking and rambling communities in the UK.
The old walking paths and tracks have been greatly improved and signposted for the launch of the coast path, making it a joy to walk. The beautiful coastline with its soaring cliffs and pretty coves has long been a pull for holidaymakers and the choice of locations from which to base your holiday is huge. You can stay in a pretty fishing village or remote cliff top bolt hole; the choice is yours. We have put together a selection of holiday cottages to tempt you to the lovely Welsh coast for your holiday this year.
This detached cottage is situated close to the village of Llwyngwril and sleeps six people in three bedrooms.Pen-y-Bryn is a lovely detached cottage, set on a hillside, close to the village of Llwyngwril, three miles from Fairbourne. This cottage has three floors over which the accommodation is spread. It sleeps six people and has three bedrooms, consisting of two king-size doubles and a twin, all with en-suite shower room. The cottage also has a kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area and a sitting room with a French door. Outside there is off road parking for three cars and [read more]
|Sleeps: ||6 ||Bedrooms: ||3 |
|Bathrooms: ||1 ||Pets: || |
|Low Season: ||£855 ||High Season: ||£2052 |
Main picture credit: Visit Wales