Ty Traeth

  based on 23 reviews
The Basics
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  • Unit 1
  •  Parking

The Lowdown

Tŷ Traeth is an attractive seaside stone cottage, less than a minute's walk from the beautiful beaches of Llangrannog on the West Wales coast. 

Llangrannog is home to a sheltered sandy beach known as 'Traeth y Pentref' (the  village beach). At low tide it is possible to walk around the rocks to the otherwise hidden sandy cove of Cilborth (also accessible by the breathtaking Ceredigion coastal path which is unaffected by the tide).

Now, you can bring your dog along, walk the beaches and coastal path with them..after all they deserve a holiday too! 

Positioned roughly halfway between the market town of Cardigan and the Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron.You are perfectly positioned to explore the rugged Ceredigion coastline and the pretty beaches of Llangrannog.

Go surfing, kayaking or for the less adventurous enjoy a picnic on the beach which is only a very short stroll away. 

You are in the heart of Llangrannog, a sleepy, pretty coastal village, where you can relax and watch the sunset from the excellent cafes and pubs which include an award winning pub/restaurant, a beach cafe (with delicious home made ice cream as recommended by Rick Stein) and a small traditional pub that serves fresh sea food straight from Cardigan Bay.(Season permitting).

The cottage interior reflects a cool, contemporary style and all the rooms have a lovely spacious, fresh and airy feel.

The windows have shutters, perfect for cosy nights in snuggled next to the wood burning stove in winter months.

* Please note that we only take bookings either starting or finishing on a Monday or Friday )it may be possible to book outside these dates - please call or email the office).

Centrally heated throughout.


Dog friendly


Its in the details

Ground floor:

Well equipped, open-plan Kitchen/Dining Room /living room:

Kitchen area:

Modern kitchen units with Belfast style sink

Cooker with convection hob




Dining area:

Large country kitchen table with overhead lamp - sits six people comfortably.

Utility (under stairs)

Washing machine

Living Room:

Two large leather sofas

Two bay ash windows with shutters

Flatscreen TV/DVD with free view channels


iPod dock

Wood burning stove


Claw foot bath with powerful overhead shower

Heated towel rail


Wash hand basin


Master bedroom with king size bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, bedside tables

Twin bedroom with twin beds, chest of drawers, bedside tables


Small outside patio fronts onto the lane leading to beach, table and 4 chairs

Private parking for one car.

Out and about:

Located near the shores of Cardigan Bay and the coastal path - famous for dolphin and seal watching! 

Llangrannog - Small fishing village and beach - you are there!

Pentre Arms  -  Llangrannog. Traditional family pub, winner of Food Awards 2 years  running! Live music and great views of the sea from huge picture window (closest pub to the sea in Wales!) in Llangrannog.

The Beach Hut - Llangrannog. Fab, funky beach-side restaurant serving good home made  food and fresh fish from the Bay (when in season - also (check opening  times on website in winter months).

The Ship Inn, Llangrannog - bar and restaurant pub.

Sea & Slate Gallery, Llangrannog - Teeny gallery featuring local artists and artisans hand made gifts and art - 1 mile.

Pizza Tipi  - An amazing outdoor Tipi (with fire pit to keep toasty) on the banks  of the River Teifi Cardigan, serving the 'best home made pizzas in  Wales'! (check opening times on website in Winter months) Cardigan about  10 miles away.

El Salsa -  Bringing Award winning Mexican street food to Wales! (check opening  times on website in Winter months) - Cardigan about 10 miles away.

Penbryn - National Trust beach - 2.5 mile (via coastal path 1 mile)

Plwmp Tart  - Penbryn NT beach - delicious home made cakes and lunches, open every  day in the summer - check FB page for Winter opening times.

New Quay - beach and boat trips to watch dolphins - around 15 minute drive away.

Llanerchaeron - National Trust Estate - around 20 minute drive

Aberaeron - Fishing harbour, fabulous restaurants and shopping - 8 miles away

Welsh Wildlife Centre - Otters and Glasshouse cafe (award for architectural design in 1993) - 11 miles away.

Heritage Canoes - Canoes, kayaking and wind surfing - 11 miles away.

National Woollen Museum - History of Welsh weaving and Spinning in the Museum, cafe and shop.

Hoffant stores (award winning) - groceries, local bakery, off license, fuel /wood - 2 miles away.

Da Mhile Distillery - 9 miles away

Caws Teifi - Delicious locally produced cheeses 9 miles away.

The Harbourmaster - Aberaeron.  Stylish, trendy bar and restaurant - 9 miles away.

Tide times


1 Bathroom, 2 Bedroom, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room, Kitchen /Dining room, Log burner

  • Sleeping
    1 Baby crib, Bed linen, 1 King bed, 2 Single bed, Twin beds (2 x single beds)
  • Cooking
    Child's high chair, Cooking utensils, Dishwasher, Grill, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Toaster, Half board, Fridge /Freezer
  • Heating
    Central heating, Fireplace
  • Entertainment
    DVD-Player, Broadband Internet, TV (Antenna), iPod dock
  • Sanitary
    Hair dryer, Essentials, Shower, Towels supplied, Washbasin
  • Laundry
    Tumble dryer, Washing machine
  • Miscellaneous
    Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, Smoke Detector, Vacuum cleaner
  • 1 Bathroom, 2 Bedroom, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room, Kitchen /Dining room, Log burner
  • Parking
    Parking Included
Children welcome, Pets welcome, No Smoking,Credit cards accepted, Our properties will provide linen and towels
Check in:
5:00 PM
Check out:
10:00 AM


Travelling from the coastal road (A487) POST CODE SA44 6NS Turn  right (If travelling southerly) Left if travelling northerly (at the  Londis /Murco Garage) at Brynhoffnant.  (**NB: The Londis has a great  selection of local produce and supplies)Turn towards Llangrannog  (Directly opposite the Londis /Murco Garage)Proceed down the hill  towards Llangrannog and the beach. As soon as you see the sea you will see the house on the right hand side with the red door (opposite the Sea & Slate Gallery. The parking space is directly outside the cottage marked Private parking Cilrhiw.

 The key safe is on the left hand side of the door revail  Key code : 2122

All the very best


Spot and Eleri

based on 23 reviews
Dafydd and Tina
Wonderful Weekend

A lovely weekend spent at this beautiful cottage. Beautifully furnished, very comfortable and warm. Llangrannog is one of the most beautiful places with its small little streets, lovely coastal walks and of course the sea. We would definitely recommend staying at this wonderful cottage, it won't disappoint in any way.

Family with older children  |  stayed in 3/2019

Benjamin (London, England)
Great location!

Spot and Charlie's place is lovely. Great location steps from a beautiful beach that dogs and kids loved equally. The coastal paths are dramatic and the local pubs friendly with great food and hospitality. The cottage itself has everything a family of 4 (+1 dog) needed and is nicely finished with thoughtful touches. As hosts communication was swift, helpful and accurate, highly recommend a visit!

Family with young children  |  stayed in 3/2019

Carolyn (Homer, UK)
Pretty area of Wales

A lovely stylish cottage in a pretty area of Wales with a beautiful coastline. We appreciated Charlie's thoughtful touches with a bottle of wine and Welsh cakes to greet us on arrival! Lots of interesting places to visit and good pubs in the area too. Being early April we saw extremes of weather, being able to sit out for lunch in the warm sunshine at Tresaith on our first day, sun and rain showers the next, then even sleet showers on the final day - nonetheless we were cosy in the cottage with a log fire to boost the heating if needed. It was good to have WiFi too. Many thanks again.

Mature couple  |  stayed in 3/2019

Lily (Llowes, UK)
We'll be back!

We had a wonderful three days. This is a beautiful cottage in a fantastic location right next to the sea, stunning coastal path and with a great choice of pubs and cafes on the doorstep. Fabulous hosts too. We will be back.

Young couple  |  stayed in 2/2019

Delightful cottage

Charlie's cottage is a delight. It has been beautifully and stylishly decorated and furnished to a high standard. The kitchen is well equipped with everything you could need. You feel at home the minute you walk through the door. The location is very peaceful (we went in January) and ideal for beautiful coastal walks. We would definitely recommend this property.

Not specified  |  stayed in 1/2019

Fantastic Stay

We had a fantastic stay during new year at this cozy and well appointed cottage. Highlights for us were the log burner and lovely big kitchen. Oh and such comfy beds too! The cottage is right by the beach, where we enjoyed some lovely walks. We will be looking to return in the future.

Not specified  |  stayed in 1/2019

Elizabeth (Bradford on Avon)
Gorgeous cottage

Ty Treath is a gorgeous cottage in the perfect location for a seaside break. We visited in February half term and Llangrannog proved an ideal base to explore the coastal path, and nearby beaches and towns. Equally the village itself had plenty to keep us occupied when we wanted to stay put: a fantastic beach, and great places to eat and drink (Caffi Patio for ice cream, the Beach Hut for fish and chips, and the Pentre Arms for food or just a beer looking out at the ocean). The cottage itself has been beautifully and tastefully kitted out, with a log burner too for cosy evenings in.

Family with young children  |  stayed in 1/2019

Mark Cole (UK)
Walk barefoot!

We had a wonderful long weekend. We are a family of 4 (1 yr and 3yr old boys). The 2 bedrooms are spacious and the living areas downstairs have plenty of room for two boisterous boys. Everything was spotlessly clean, really nicely decorated and had everything you need. The best part though was the location. It so close to the little beach you could walk barefoot back to the cottage. We also managed to go on the coastal walk (just a short one with two toddlers) and had a picnic on the dramatic but bit of land that juts out from the coast. There was a shop and a few places to eat so had everything you need. The little fenicular train in Aberystwyth was a hit with the boys and the view was amazing. We were concerned about not being able to fit in parking space because if a review, but had no issues. Its just a drawn line outside cottage so as long as there's plenty of room for cars to pass it wasn't an issue. The only negative for the whole holiday, which wasn't anything to do with the cottage, was that I wasn't particularly impressed with the closest pub to the cottage (for food only). But holiday was amazing definitely want to return.

Family with young children  |  stayed in 1/2018

Deniz B (UK)
Wine and mince pies

We have stayed at Ty Traeth, before and hope to again. It is perfectly comfortable and close to the beach. We arrived to find Christmas lights on and wine and mince pies waiting for us. A great place for a winter long weekend. Thank you.

Not specified  |  stayed in 12/2017

Steve B (UK)
Tastefully decorated

We enjoyed a lovely few days by the sea in Llangrannog. The cost walks are spectacular and the cottage with its wood burning stove was wonderful to return to after a day of sea air. Ty Traeth is very nicely decorated and the beds we found to be very comfortable. Llangrannog is a lively little seaside village and we had a fantastic meal at the pub on the front. I'm sure we will be back.

Not specified  |  stayed in 10/2017

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