Y Felin (The Mill)
- Unit 1
This stunning renovated 18th Century flour mill is newly renovated! It has fabulous gardens, with lovely views over the valley and only a stone's throw from Cardigan Bay, the coastal path and the fabulous beaches of West Wales.
Welcome to our beautiful converted Mill (Y Felin) near the sea! - We hope that you will it love as much as we do! The mill was originally built on the site in the 1700's and has undergone several incarnations through its long and varied history. We have hopefully put the original character back into the place and lovingly sourced a contemporary and traditional mix of furniture to make this special place the perfect escape for a romantic break or family holiday.
There is peace and quiet in abundance here, you can enjoy the tranquility and the birdsong. (at night, as there is little light pollution, you can gaze at the stars) Relax and drink in the lovely country views or take a trip to the coast which is only a short drive away. There are wonderful sites to enjoy in this area including watching dolphins from the beaches which are close by.
There are lovely country walks from the door and the coastal path and beautiful beaches of Cardigan Bay are only a few minutes away.
THE LOW DOWN:
Fully centrally heated & Wi-fi throughout - Dog friendly (max 2 dogs)
This is an upside down house with bedrooms downstairs and living area upstairs to make the most of the views and the beautiful outside spaces:
A large open plan living area incorporating
KITCHEN AREA: Dishwasher, Washing machine /Dryer, Under counter fridge and separate under counter freeze with drawers, Electric Bosch 4 ring induction hob and electric oven.
Breakfast bar with views. De Longhi Coffee machine with milk frother, espresso /cappuccino - Using compostable ESE pods
DINING AREA: Seating for 4 guests around a handcrafted oak table.
and large LIVING ROOM SPACE: with contemporary Danish efficient log-burner. 4 seater leather sofa and armchair. TV with Freeview if requested
CROG LOFT: Accessed by a ladder from the living area to a little relaxing sanctuary, with a library, bean bag to chill in and a small sofa bed - it would be possible to sleep an extra person if needed (please contact us if that sounds like it's for you).
Simple modern bathroom with walk-in drench shower, loo and basin
There is a perfect little study area - away from the hubbub of the living space where you can sit quietly to check emails or catch up on any work that you may have.
Small but perfectly formed, with contemporary paint pallete - There are 'Zip Link' beds in this room therefore this can be used for a couple as a King size bed or split to two x 2ft 6in singles.( Please let us know what you require when booking)
Lovely light room with interesting window feature (where the original Mill workings came through into the building) Double bed and chest of drawers. Wooden shutters.
GARDEN SPACE: There are large double doors leading out onto the decking, with corner sofa and chairs to relax- enjoy a cocktail, the outside space and stars. There are steps from the decking to the garden. There are lovely views from the garden across the valley and little stream to sit by. There are further table and chairs at the top of the garden with BBQ to enjoy a little alfresco dinning.
Parking is provided off our private track with designated spaces at the side of the Mill with access across the Mill bridge into the kitchen (Parking for up to 2 cars) If any further parking is required please contact us.
Out and about:
Located near the shores of Cardigan Bay and the coastal path - famous for Dolphin and Seal watching!
Llangrannog: Small fishing village, with coastal path and beaches
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 - 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
Caws Teifi - Delicious, locally produced cheeses 9 miles away
The Harbourmaster Hotel, Aberaeron - Homemade fresh produce year round - 9 miles away
2 Bedroom, 1 Kitchen, Crog Loft (traditional mezanine bedroom over), Apple TV
SleepingBed linen, 1 Child bed, 1 Double bed, 1 Loft bed, 2 Single bed
CookingDishwasher, Tumble dryer
HeatingCentral heating, Fireplace
EntertainmentBroadband Internet, TV (Cable)
ParkingParking Included, Roofed carport
OutsideCharcoal grill BBQ, Deck chairs, Private Garden
Y Felin (The Mill) Arrival Instructions
Please find your details information as promised below - We’re really looking forward to seeing you!
Our telephone no: 01239 851 861
Charlie's mobile (though there is limited signal in Rhydlewis) : 07811 405983
Spots mobile: 07831 452436
You can pick the key up from the key safe: this can be found on the right-hand side of the door frame the code is 2122
Check-in is at 5.00pm on Friday 20th August- but it may be possible to come in earlier if the housekeeping is finished by then
Check out is at 10.00am on Friday 27th August 2021
NB: There is a starter basket of logs in the living room - further logs can
be bought from Brynhoffnant /Londis store at the top of the road (coast
The Address is as follows:
Yr Felin /The Mill (formally the Old Mill)
Tel: 07831 452436
Wifi password: FApqHmYdy4AYap
Admin password cy9ed6kv
If traveling from inland (ie the East) find Rhydlewis first SA44 5SN.
1. Leave the village of Rhydlewis in the direction of Brynhoffnant head straight forwards, signposted Llangrannog (i.e. leaving the old red tin village shop/post office behind you) over the little bridge straight ahead.
2. Exit the village and all houses, down the hill the road sweeps round to the right (past a small lay-by) you are very close! over a small modern bridge with metal railings.
3. just pass the metal gate (you can see a yard with red barns on the right) after this take the next small right turn onto the concrete driveway (approx 60m after the bridge), take the small lane to the left (you'll see a tiny traditional white cottage Ty’r Gof on your left)
4. Carry on up the little lane about 20 ft and you will see a pull in/parking to the Mill on the right- hand side. Park here (Note: When exiting the parking space reverse back onto the lane as there is a lump at the front which may catch on the bottom of your car)
5. Walk over the little foot bridge to the door where you will find the key-safe to the right of the door frame - the code is 2122. Let yourself in ...
6. You have arrived! …Relax!
There is plenty to do in Cardigan Bay area …Here are some of the best things to do… Some of the locations may well have limited opening times due to Covid restrictions
* denotes ‘Dog friendly’ joints!
We Are fortunate to have a wealth of excellent places to dine in in the area - To suit a wide range of pockets!
LLANGRANNOG: , is a lovely seaside fishing village - with 60 miles of coastal path running from it - Dolphins , Porpoise and Seals are often spotted from the path & beaches - Picnic on the Penisular that juts out called Ynys Lochtyn and watch for Dolphins
*The Beach Hut
Fresh local fish (when in season) the owner Jane is delightful and the food is delicious! 01239 654 642
Good local pub - right on the seafront - with huge glass window overlooking the beach. Good pub grub and fresh fish specials in season. 01239 654 345 http://pentrearms.co.uk/
Tafell y Tân wood fired pizzas – Take-away
Order on-line - https://www.tafellatanpizza.co...
*Ship Inn: Has had a few changes of management recently - so would not like to recommend it for food until it improves- good atmosphere for a drink though .;) -01239 654 510 - http://theshipinnllangrannog.co.uk/
Sea & Slate community Gallery - With a fabulously curated selection of locally produced welsh art and gifts
** Note we also have a cottage that sleeps 4 in this little seaside village- very close to the sea - in case you are interested in future holidays - please feel free to contact us : https://www.seaandslate.co.uk/
Tresaith: Beach- side village - 5.6 miles ( 13 minute drive)
The Ship: Good pub food outside in summer (lovely to watch the sun go down on the deck) 01239 811816 https://www.sabrain.com/pubs-and-hotels/mid-west-wales/ceredigion/the-ship-inn/
*The Boy Ashore – Aberporth- Fabulous BBQ on the Beach in Aberporth in Summer and high days and holidays - check out facebook and its best to book - early shifts are best for the sunsets! https://theboyashore.squarespace.com/
A pretty Georgian Harbour set with in the rolling hills of Ceredigion. Shops/Pubs & restaurants (Shale Beach)
The Harbour Master
Lovely restaurant, fab food (local lobster /crab and fresh caught fish when in season)and also great for a drink /tea /coffee overlooking the picturesque harbour and pastel painted houses. https://www.harbour-master.com/
Relaxing here is lovely - there are views of the harbour and fresh fish to dine on - an extensive menu from burgers to lobster! Teas, cakes and coffee available as well as bar. Lovely atmosphere! https://www.thehiveaberaeron.com/
Spotting Dolphins/Seals and other amazing marine life - The boats go for Bay To Remember - well worth a trip (you'll need to book first) https://www.baytoremember.co.uk/ - Tel: no: 01239 623 588
Cigerran, Wildlife Centre just outside Cardigan - With hides to watch birds etc.
Fabulous Pizzatipi, right on the banks of the River Teifi - huge outdoor venue with tipi and roaring fire. There is a tiny pub to keep you dry in wet weather - Magical! 01239 612 259 https://www.pizzatipi.co.uk/
Lovely intimate cafe in Cardigan - serves fantastic whole foods. Drop in for a coffee and amazing cake!
PENBRYN NATIONAL TRUST BEACH
Walk for miles in each direction - either to Tresaith (Ship Inn) or LLangrannog.
* (outside) The Plwmp Tart /Penbryn NT Carpark
Annabel the owner is one of the best cake makers in the area! Definitely worth a visit for those alone - She makes simple hearty lunches - a walk on the beach at NT Penbryn is recomened afterwards!
Art /Cinema /Wildlife
A lovely cinema /theatre in Cardigan
Small World Centre - Cardigan
Lovely venue! Ann & Bill its proprietors are fabulous and their repertoire is extensive and varied for all ages - check out the Summer workshops for kids too!
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
A great place to visit (Aberystwyth) and the Arts centre is no exception - a fantastic array of artists /music and films play at this lovely venue (a great cafe with views over the city to the sea is not to be missed)
A Bay To Remember - You can take an informative trip from Cardigan which will take you spotting porpoise, Dolphins, Seals and an array of bird life! Most definitely worth a visit
NOTE: Brynoffnant stores ( Award winning, 4 years running - Londis and Petrol station) Local produce and instore bakery, off licence and bags of logs (please do not burn fossil fuels/coal etc. in the log burner) - 3 miles (on coast road) turn right (with cottage behind you) straight up the hill for about 3 miles at the very top and T junction turn right and you will see it on the right hand side
Local taxi companies are :
• Home James: 01239 611 003 http://www.homejamestaxis.com/
Hopefully that will keep you busy for now - If you need any further info on anything - We'll look forward to seeing you on 20th August!
All best wishes
Sea & Slate