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Talgoed Cottage

Talgoed Cottage
Old Pencader Road,

SA44 4RT

Tel: 01559 384332
Email: enquiries@talgoedcottage.co.uk
Website: www.talgoedcottage.co.uk
High season £400 a week

9th April– 30th April
28th May – 10th September

Christmas and New Year £550 a week

24th December – 7th January 2012

Low Season £300 a week

All other weeks
Welcome to Talgoed Cottage in West Wales, a self catering holiday cottage.  Talgoed Cottage is a converted stone barn, conveniently situated for access to the rugged Ceredigion coast line to the North, the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons to the East, the National Botanical Gardens to the South and the many beautiful beaches of Pembrokeshire to the West.

Whatever kind of holiday you are looking for, be it a peaceful getaway, romantic retreat or an activity filled family break, Talgoed Cottage is the ideal place; being secluded yet within easy reach to coastal paths, local beaches and secluded coves.
There are many other activities, such as boat trips, canoeing, cycling, horse riding, castles, gardens, market towns, theme parks, paintballing and ancient monuments to explore. It is ideally situated for walkers and wildlife enthusiasts; with red kites, buzzards, owls, grey heron, bats, badgers, otters, fox and rabbits to be spotted. The night sky is extremely black, without light pollution, so it is ideal for star gazing.

The cottage is available for letting all year round on a weekly basis, short breaks are also available - please enquire.

Talgoed Farm is now a smallholding but was once a large farm of 150 acres dating back to the 1840's. Talgoed (translates as Tall Trees) is set amongst the beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside and has panoramic views. Talgoed Cottage is a stone and slate building converted from the original farm stables and can accommodate 4. It is situated in 21 acres of farmland including 5 acres of recently planted woodland. Many of the character features have been exposed and beautifully retained to a high standard with oak floorboards and exposed wooden A-frames in the living area and tiled flooring downstairs.