Capel Colman Cottages

Just three stunning cottages in a tranquil and picturesque location offering the best of coast and country!!
One, two and three double bedroomed cottages, all with open plan living and each having their own private secure garden.
Located on our farm these traditional Welsh slate farm buildings have been recently converted to provide bright spaces offering high quality modern dog friendly holiday living, with spectacular surrounding countryside that can be enjoyed from the private gardens. Found in the rambling Pembrokeshire countryside, close to the fabulous Preseli Hills and just 6 miles from the start of the renowned Cardigan Bay with its glorious variety of beaches.
The wonderful Ffynone 320-acre woodland with secret waterfall offers great walking and riding being accessed from the bridleway running through the farm. The bustling market town of Cardigan is a 10-minute drive away and boasts a selection of unique shops, along with tea rooms, pubs, two cinemas, a modern theatre and a live music venue. The choice of attractions around these cottages will please all the family with scenic coastal and hill walks, castles, mills, craft centers, theme parks and zoos. With wonderful sandy beaches to relax on in the summer, and the majesty of the rough seas in cooler months, whatever you are looking for in your holiday, these superb cottages are the perfect choice and you will want to return again and again.



Capel Colman Cottages
Capel Colman Road
SA37 0EP


T: 07940238266


Dog friendly: Yes



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