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Derlwyn, Nr Aberaeron

Property summary

  • Sleeps 5

  • 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom

  • Rural location

  • Private Parking

  • Child friendly

  • Wifi

  • Nearby woodland walk to Aberaeron

  • Secluded garden with multiple terraces

An opportunity to experience a traditional Welsh country cottage, full of charm and original features. Surrounded by fields and wonderful views, this unique cottage is nestled in the timeless landscape of the Aeron Valley. The cottage offers the ultimate retreat for families and small groups - a perfect escape blending country, comfort and contemporary style.


Built in 1895 of local stone, the cottage has been sensitively renovated with a wealth of preserved original features, including exposed stone walls and wooden panelling, and modern amenities including a high spec, modern kitchen and bathroom. There is a comfortable lounge, cosy 'cwtch', dining area leading to kitchen, 2 double bedrooms, 1 3/4 size bedroom, bathroom and outdoor seating area.


The cottage is uniquely situated for guests to experience the best of Ceredigion’s heritage coastline and undulating inland landscape.


Guests wishing to stay local can enjoy the Llanerchaeron National Trust parkland, which is located just a stone’s throw from the cottage. With its walled gardens, ornamental lake, elegant Georgian manor and working organic farm, Llanerchaeron is a remarkably unaltered early work by the great Regency architect, John Nash. The cottage itself has historic close links to the Llanerchaeron estate, being the home to the estate’s gamekeeper and, further back in time, its blacksmith


The nearby coastal town of Aberaeron, with its acclaimed restaurants, cafes and independent boutiques, is within easy reach by car or by foot along a beautiful woodland track. Aberaeron is a fine example of a planned town with its jewel coloured Georgian style buildings, which further reflects the influence of John Nash upon the local area.


The Ceredigion coast is only 2 miles away with its award-winning beaches, coves, caves, coastal scenery, clifftop walks and historic fishing ports. North Pembrokeshire, with further stunning sections of coastline, is less than 60 minutes drive. 

The property is situated on the A482. It is enclosed and gated but families with young children or dogs do need to be vigilant.

Bespoke Meals

We are delighted to announce that we have teamed up with Get The Drift to offer bespoke meals prepared and delivered to our guests.  Additional information and menus are available HERE.


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Derlwyn Reviews

Reviewed August 2023

Lovely cottage, renovated and decorated beautifully. Very comfortable, plenty of space for a family of 4. Kitchen was very well equipped with appliances and cooking utensils etc. Sitting room was very cosy with a wood burner and tv with Netflix.

The surroundings are lovely with lots of quiet country lanes and public footpaths for walking. Nice to sit in the garden, which is surrounded by wooded hills, and very seculded. Also, from across the main road it is possible to cycle off road on a very accessible route all the way to Aberaeron (about 2 miles), which is a very nice seaside town with restaurants and pubs. We hired bikes from Cardigan.

About 40mins drive from Cardigan to the south and Aberystwyth to the north, it's in a good location for visiting villages and beaches along this stretch of coast. We'd definitely stay here again.

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