Rose Villa Farmhouse
B&B in Pennant Ceredigion Wales
Rose Villa Farmhouse B&B Pennant Aberystwyth Cardigan Ceredigion Wales Bed and Breakfast Places To Stay Lodgings Accommodations
Hosts: Mr and Mrs Lionel Owen
Address: Pennant, Llanon, Ceredigion SY23 5PB Wales
Activities/Attractions: The town of Aberystwyth is nestled between three hills and two beaches, and hosts some castle ruins, a pier and a harbour. The surrounding hills hold the visible remains of a iron age fort and also a monument to Wellington and once climbed offer stunning views across Cardigan Bay.
Aberystwyth is a University town with some seven thousand students, ensuring it is vibrant throughout the year and not just during the summertime. The harbour was once one of the busiest in Wales and is fed by the rivers Ystwyth and Rheidol. The area is ideal for walking cycling and bird watching holidays. Red Kites are now regularly seen in the area.
Of course we have many superb beaches all within a short drive. Like the sheltered harbour and safe beaches of Newquay where the focus of activity in the summer is sailing, fishing, water sports and relaxation.
With Its picturesque houses, pubs and restaurants, the town has pretty narrow streets rising in terraces - several of which were 'ropewalks' for twisting rope in New Quay's hey day as a shipbuilding centre.
Explore quiet country lanes inland, visit small market towns, woollen mills and rural craftsmen in an area rich in creative talent-lots of places to go to, lots of things to do-water sports, walking, golf, salmon fishing, pony trekking and beach riding are available.
Dolphins are a great attraction along the coast and boat trips can be arranged from some of the ports and villages. Sea fishing trips are also available.
"A garden of eden nestling in the Welsh countryside. Thanks for everything."
"Could not have stayed at a better place."
"Friendly and helpful service, delicious breakfast, relaxing atmosphere."
General Information: Welcome to Rose Villa Bed and Breakfast ... on the outskirts of Pennant Village and set in beautiful Welsh countryside - yet no more than 3 miles from the main A487 coastal road. We are located 12 miles from the seaside town of Aberystwyth and 27 miles from the market town of Cardigan (Aberteifi).
There is a quiet lake where an abundance of wildlife can be seen, home to numerous dragonflies, water boatmen, wild ducks, moorhens and a visiting pair of Canadian geese that nested successfully last year raising four young. Seating by the lake is available for the glorious summer evenings. We have a small flock of ewes also along with the crop of new lambs.
We also have the facilities of stables and grazing if you wish to bring your horse or pony.
Payment Accepted: Cash and cheques only.
Rates: (Prices quoted in GBP Pounds).
Fully cooked breakfast is included.
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"Marvellous, peaceful and excellent hospitality."
"Wonderful room in a superb setting, great breakfast - magic short break."