Stallion Valley self catering holiday cottages is a tranquil rural hideaway centrally located near Llandysul in West Wales.
Our 2 luxury holiday cottages are set in a historic West Wales farmyard. Each has a private garden and parking. Period features, open fires, exposed beams, slate, & wooden floors are enhanced with the modern conveniences of under floor heating, fully equipped kitchens, bathrooms with gallons of hot water, Freesat TV and broadband internet.
The Mill holiday cottage, a barn conversion in 2009 sleeps 6 in 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 upstairs and one down. It has a downstairs bathroom and a luxury shower room up stairs. The spacious lounge diner & kitchen has french doors to the garden, and wood burner.
The Byre holiday cottage, sleeps 4. It is a single storey barn conversion completed in 2009. It has no steps so is ideal for the less able. It has a luxury walk in shower and 2 bedrooms. The spacious lounge, diner & kitchen has french doors to the garden, a vaulted ceiling and wood burner.
Stallion Valley luxury holiday cottages are surrounded by fields and set in private grounds, 3.5 acres of mature woodland and ponds. Enjoy the local West Wales wildlife, red kites, woodpeckers, buzzards, nuthatches, bats and squirrels.
The holiday cottages are less than 30 minutes away from New Quay, Aberaeron & other award winning West Wales beaches. Cardigan Bay and nearby Pembrokeshire have excellent dog friendly beaches.
For the active there is lots of local walking, a public footpath passes through the farmyard and connects you to miles of walks through woodlands and fields (maps provided). The Ceredigion Coastal path and the Teifi Trail are a few minutes’ drive away.
Stallion Valley has been designed to be properly dog friendly, and has a wide range of dog friendly facilties.
Some more nice weather last week so we had a day out to enjoy it. We headed for north Ceredigion to see the Ospreys, called in at a water mill/falls and the fantastic beach at Borth.
Monday 10th of July 2017 02:07 PM
Our Friday afternoon walk was through the woods with the dogs. Earlier in the year bluebells bloomed, yesterday there was a delicious crop of bilberries (wild blue berries). The dogs had a fantastic romp through the woods chasing squirrels and rabbits.
Saturday 1st of July 2017 02:23 PM
Last week’s guests rose to the challenge set by the previous weeks guest who had spotted 21 bird species on site. This week’s total 31 species. For both sets of guests the highlight was seeing the woodpecker feeding chicks. Great photo, thank you Daw
Monday 26th of June 2017 09:30 AM
Last availability until October The Byre, Tues 20th June: 4 days £420 Today’s guest comments: This is out 3rd visit and definitely not our last
Sunday 30th of April 2017 10:24 AM
Guests comments: Fantastic walking for every man (woman) and his (her) dog Perhaps our most popular dog walk, 5 minutes along our farm track to the local dog friendly pub! Please like and or follow our page for more https://www.facebook.com/st
Friday 21st of April 2017 05:33 PM
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