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Gellideg Cottage

Gellideg Cottage

Living Room

Living Room

Cosy log burner

Cosy log burner

Country kitchen

Country kitchen

Large dining table

Large dining table

Spacious master bedroom and balcony

Spacious master bedroom and balcony

Super comfy king-size bed

Super comfy king-size bed

Twin Beds

Twin Beds

Second Bedroom

Second Bedroom

Master bathroom

Master bathroom

Second bedroom en suite

Second bedroom en suite

Views far and wide from top patio

Views far and wide from top patio

Middle patio sun trap

Middle patio sun trap

Bench with amazing views

Bench with amazing views

Enjoy al fresco dining

Enjoy al fresco dining

Bubbles on the balcony

Bubbles on the balcony

Walk the coastal path

Walk the coastal path

Welsh blankets at Melin Teifi

Welsh blankets at Melin Teifi

Beautiful Ffynone Falls

Beautiful Ffynone Falls

Secret Cove, Llangrannog

Secret Cove, Llangrannog

Gellideg Cottage

Gellideg Cottage

Living Room

Living Room

Cosy log burner

Cosy log burner

Country kitchen

Country kitchen

Large dining table

Large dining table

Spacious master bedroom and balcony

Spacious master bedroom and balcony

Super comfy king-size bed

Super comfy king-size bed

Twin Beds

Twin Beds

Second Bedroom

Second Bedroom

Master bathroom

Master bathroom

Second bedroom en suite

Second bedroom en suite

Views far and wide from top patio

Views far and wide from top patio

Middle patio sun trap

Middle patio sun trap

Bench with amazing views

Bench with amazing views

Enjoy al fresco dining

Enjoy al fresco dining

Bubbles on the balcony

Bubbles on the balcony

Walk the coastal path

Walk the coastal path

Welsh blankets at Melin Teifi

Welsh blankets at Melin Teifi

Beautiful Ffynone Falls

Beautiful Ffynone Falls

Secret Cove, Llangrannog

Secret Cove, Llangrannog

Gellideg

Carmarthenshire, SA44 5XJ

Traditional cottage for four in West Wales

  • Peaceful rural location, woodland and river nearby
  • Beautiful private garden with breathtaking views
  • Towns, beaches and coastal path within easy reach
  • Balcony off master bedroom adjoining the garden
  • Baby and child friendly, equipment & toys provided
  • Underfloor heating and woodburner, logs provided
    • Sleeps 4Sleeps 4
    • Bedrooms 2Bedrooms 2
    • Bathrooms 2Bathrooms 2
    • Dog Free Cottage Dog Free Cottage
    • Dines 4Dines 4
    • WiFiWiFi
    • Dedicated ParkingDedicated Parking
    • Real fireReal fire
    • VisitWales 5 star

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Features

Sleeps 4

Sleeps 4

Bedrooms 2

Bedrooms 2

Dines 4

Dines 4

Child-Friendly

Child-Friendly

Extra baby kit

Extra baby kit

Space to play

Space to play

Matched bathrooms

Matched bathrooms

Enclosed Garden

Enclosed Garden

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Site

Dog Free Site

Supermarket delivery available

Supermarket delivery available

WiFi

WiFi

Dedicated Parking

Dedicated Parking

Real fire

Real fire

Fine dining within 10 miles

Fine dining within 10 miles

Credit cards accepted

Credit cards accepted

About & Contact

Traditional cottage for four in West Wales

Set in a peaceful Carmarthenshire hamlet near the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire borders, Gellideg is a traditional Welsh cottage full of warmth and character. With glorious countryside on the doorstep and Cardigan Bay just a short drive away, this charming cottage is the ideal base from which to explore West Wales, or just to relax and unwind.

Curl up by the log burner, get creative in the large country kitchen, or take a seat (or a hammock) in the pretty cottage garden and take in the lovely valley view. The balcony off the the master bedroom is the perfect spot for breakfast, birdwatching or stargazing, whilst the twin room with exposed beams and en suite offers a cool, restful space. Children will love playing in the willow wigwam in the enclosed garden, exploring local woodland, or paddling in the ford at the bottom of the lane. However you choose to spend your time at Gellideg, you will feel completely at home.

Venturing out, there is so much to see and do, with the river Teifi nearby and as many as 10 beautiful beaches within half an hour or so (look out for bottlenose dolphins and seals). Potter around Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan, enjoy fantastic local food, arts and crafts, discover castles and waterfalls. After all that fresh air, you’ll sleep soundly in comfortable beds, surrounded by wonderful silence.

Location & Attractions

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  • Beach Beach
  • Castle Castle
  • Festivals Festivals
  • Heritage Heritage
  • Museums Museums
  • Town Town
  • Visitors Attraction Visitors Attraction
  • Walks Walks
  • Wildlife Wildlife

Gellideg

Cwmhiraeth
Nr Drefach Felindre
Landysul
Carmarthenshire
SA44 5XJ

Beach Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

World famous for its beaches, cliffs, islands and wildlife, Pembrokeshire's crinkled coast offers endless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.

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Beach New Quay - Harbour Beach

The bay is home to colonies of seals and bottlenose dolphins, and wildlife watching is an important part of the local economy.

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Beach Cwm yr Eglwys

Picturesque bay near Newport characterised by the remains of the bell wall of a church still standing following a storm in 1859. August regattas. Slipway for small boats. Dog friendly.

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Beach Broad Haven Beach

A wide sandy beach backed by dunes and flanked by limestone cliffs, located between Saddle Point (on the eastern side) and Star Rock.

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Beach Poppit Sands

Poppit Sands is a fabulous sandy beach backed by sand dunes. Easy access, dog friendly and a wonderful cafe.

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Castle Cilgerran Castle

This Norman castle dates back almost 800 years. It has 2 large towers and a wall walk from which to fully appreciate its beautiful location above the Teifi Gorge.

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Castle Carew Castle

Set in a stunning location overlooking a 23-acre Millpond, the Castle is one of the most architecturally diverse in Wales. Also has the only restored Tidal Mill in Wales.

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Castle Cardigan Castle

Recently restored - unlock 900 years of history. Glorious Regency gardens, classic Georgian architecture and imposing Medieval defences meet 21st Century luxury in a site that spans the ages.

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Festivals Cardigan River and Food Festival

Cardigan’s annual event celebrating local food and drink and arts and culture. Tempting food stalls, cookery demonstrations, river events and music and dance entertainments.

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Heritage St Dogmaels Abbey

Situated right in the centre of St Dogmaels are the ruins of a Tironensian Order Abbey. Originally set up as a priory, it gained Abbey status in 1115.

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Museums National Wool Museum

Located in the historic former Cambrian Mills, the museum tells the story of the area's woolen mill industry. Visitors can see blankets being made onsite at Melin Teifi. Free entry.

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Town Tenby

A harbour town known for its 13th-century town walls and its stretches of sandy shoreline, including Castle Beach. Also has many shops, pubs and restaurants.

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Town St Davids

St Davids is the United Kingdom's smallest city in terms of population and urban area. Worth a visit to see the amazing Cathedral.

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Town Narberth

Narberth is a gorgeous little market town, it has developed quite a reputation as a shopper’s heaven. Enjoy award winning cafes, pubs and restaurants.

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Town Cardigan

Cardigan is the gateway to the Teifi Valley and the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire Coastal Paths.

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Town Aberystwyth

Like many towns along the west coast of Wales, Aberystwyth has a history that encompasses the Iron Age, Glyndwr's rebellion and the Civil War.

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Visitors Attraction Falcon Boats

Pembrokeshire’s beautiful islands, coastline and stunning wildlife to share with our visitors on scheduled boat tours on the St David's peninsula.

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Visitors Attraction Folly Farm

Looking for adventure parks for a fun packed, family friendly day out? Visit Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, winner of the best family day out in Wales.

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Visitors Attraction Castell Henylls

Return to the Iron Age. Travel back in time over 2,000 years to experience life in the Iron Age. A brilliant day out for the whole family.

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Walks Pembrokeshire Coast Path

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail hugs the coastline for 186 miles of some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain.

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Wildlife Welsh Wildlife Centre

Teifi Marshes nature reserve, hideouts, nature trails, fun filled activities, adventure playground, willow maze, resident water buffalo and friendly giant willow badger. Glasshouse café.

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Wildlife A Bay to Remember

Cardigan Bay is home to a rich and diverse variety of wildlife, so why not take a boat trip and see for yourself!

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Reviews for Gellideg

Meet the owner

Louise & Chris Jones

Welcome to Gellideg (‘Warm Grove’). We bought our beautiful cottage in 2017 and it’s definitely our ‘happy place’! We try to escape here as often as we can, sometimes accompanied by our children. The house and garden are wonderfully relaxing, and so many of the things we love are to be found locally – abundant wildlife, walking, kayaking, good food, and local art. We are constantly discovering new places to explore, new experiences to enjoy, and are delighted to be able share all of this with our guests.

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