Relax in the private hot tub during your stay
Dining and kitchen area
Kitchen area
Lounge and dining area
King-size bedroom
King-size bedroom
Shower room
View towards the property from across the fields
Views toward the property
Views from the bottom of the garden
Steps down to the river for fishing
Local resident Bessie
Visit Aberaeron harbour during your stay
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River Aeron Barn,

Aberaeron (1.5mls SE), West Wales
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs allowed 2
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Hot tub
Internet access
Working farm
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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Property code: 45333


This attractive property, refurbished in 2016, is set in a 2 acre smallholding with enclosed garden, access to Aeron River, a friendly pig, chickens, beehives and panoramic countryside views from patio. Perfect for couples, friends and family.

Located on the edge of Aberaeron town with painted Georgian houses and busy harbour offering a range of independent shops, craft centre, pubs and restaurants. Discover the pretty villages, coastal path and stunning beaches such as Penbryn, the smugglers cove of Cwmtydu, New Quay and Cardigan Bay. Explore National Trust Llanerchaeron or head north to the university town of Aberystwyth with museums, galleries, shops and restaurants. With a host of activities from water sports to cycling, fishing to food festivals and boat trips to walking the Dylan Thomas Trail, this is an idyllic base to explore the magnificent coast, inspiring countryside and celebrated culture of Ceredigion. Leisure facilities: exclusive hot tub and riverside fishing.

The accommodation offers TWO bedrooms: 2 king-size. Shower room: with shower and WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: with TV with Netflix. Kitchen area, with gas range oven and hob, microwave, fridge and washing machine. Outside: enclosed gravel garden with patio furniture, BBQ and panoramic views. Fishing is short walk across the field with steps down to the river. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen, towels, electric, underfloor heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. 2 medium sized dogs welcome. Location: beach, shop and pub within 1.5 miles.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

This property joined our collection in 2016 and is managed by Claire.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 14 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Lyndsey, 23rd March 2018

Great cosy little cottage, comfortable, clean and well equipped . Great hot tub. Good local walks. Great helpful owner. We really enjoyed our stay.

Reviewed by Kiera, 16th March 2018

great cottage, hot tub was lovely spacious bedrooms, great facilitys, location was perfect close to the harbour and shops and some lovely walks!

Reviewed by Adrian, 16th February 2018

Perfect location if anyone needs peace and quiet although we stayed during the winter months the hot tub and under floor heating kept us warm .

Reviewed by Claire, 10th February 2018

Lovely setting and close to amenities, fantastic and friendly host.

Reviewed by Melanie , 5th November 2017

The cottage was absolutely gorgeous. The heated floor and hot tub have to be favourite features in the cottage and it was immaculate. The host was very friendly and I loved that we had fresh eggs, milk and locally made soap. All these touches made it more special. Cant wait to go back again soon!

Reviewed by Phil, 23rd October 2017

Beautifully restored property, to a very high standard. Lovely views over the surrounding hill side from the hot tub. Very well equipped inside, with to large comfortable double bedrooms. Just a off a major road, but not an issue in the evenings.

Reviewed by Nigel, 8th October 2017

We had a fantastic stay at this cottage, it had everything you needed and was spotless. The hot tub was a god send especially after walking up Snowdon and the cottage itself was ideally located for exploring Wales. Also the owner provided us with eggs during our stay which gave it that personal feel. A fantastic place to stay and will be going backRead more. Hide

Reviewed by Amanda, 18th August 2017

A lovely, cosy, clean, cottage which feels like a home-from-home. Aberaeron is nearby but can't be reached (safely) on foot as there are no footpaths and the road carries fast-moving traffic. The town offers a good selection of eateries, pubs and convenience stores but if you want to do a 'big shop' head to Aberystwyth or Cardigan. There's also somRead moree chickens and a friendly sow named Bessie on site. My kids loved Bessie! There's a wealth of places to visit so exploring is recommended! Hide

Reviewed by Joane, 11th August 2017

A lovely cottage finished to a good specification. Great extra touches such as a dishwasher, local produce, clothes drier and Netflix. The hot tub was fantastic and added a bit of luxury to our stay! Children loved feeding the pig each day and taking walks down to the river. Lots to do, from mountain biking to sandcastle building. Highly recommend Read morethe dolphin watching boat trips and Red Kite feeding. Hide

Reviewed by Natalie, 4th August 2017

A fantastic barn and a perfect base for our holiday. Would highly recommend and we will be back. Thank you to Barry for everything.

Reviewed by Victoria, 21st July 2017

Fantastic cottage, clean and tidy. Everything that you think you may need was there. Bedrooms we spacious and comfortable. Hot tub was fabulous especially to do some stargazing on a clear night. Beautiful. Barry is a great guy, very kind and helpful. Great secluded location meant that noise polution was minimum. Can't wait to go back.

Reviewed by Jean, 14th July 2017

We highly recommend this peaceful secluded barn conversion. The owner Barry Phillips is very helpful and could not do enough for us, supplying us with freshly lain eggs from his chickens and even offering to drive us home to Wigan when shut our car keys in the car on the morning we were leaving Please do not be put off by other negative reviews

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Relax in the private hot tub during your stay
Dining and kitchen area
Kitchen area
Lounge and dining area
King-size bedroom
King-size bedroom
Shower room
View towards the property from across the fields
Views toward the property
Views from the bottom of the garden
Steps down to the river for fishing
Show 2 moreLocal resident Bessie


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