The congenial Welsh market town of Newcastle Emlyn is 5 miles away with independent shops and a selection of cafes and restaurants. Its Castle remains are surrounded by a lovely circular riverside walk and in June enjoy local produce and entertainment at the Newcastle Emlyn Food Festival.

Equidistant between Carmarthen and Cardigan, the spectacular coastlines of three Counties are less than an hour’s’ drive away; as are the majestic Preseli Hills with their wild expanse of moorland, dotted with sacred and historic sites, from where the bluestone of Stonehenge is said to come.

Enjoy the open countryside and forest walks on your doorstep in this haven for walkers, ramblers and birdwatchers. A natural playground for fishing, cycling, canoeing; there are also great golf courses in Cardigan and Carmarthen.

Visit the quaint seaside villages and gorgeous beaches of Cardigan Bay with golden opportunities to spot dolphins and seals. Less than an hour away you can walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail; drink in the spell-binding scenery and undulating coastline dotted with smugglers coves.

Comfort Cottage is a great base to explore a wide variety of local attractions; including the National Woollen Museum, a gem offering workshops, exhibitions, and activities for children; the imposing, tumbling waterfalls of Cenarth, famous for its salmon leap and coracle racing, and the quirky West Wales Museum of Childhood.

Through the summer rural agricultural shows are a fun day out and terrific places to absorb local culture. Foodies can sample delicacies from the sea at the popular Aberaeron Fish Festival, and local produce at the vibrant Cardigan River and Food Festival.

For family days out visit Folly Farm and Oakwood Theme Park near the popular coastal resort of Tenby with its soft, sandy beaches, shimmering sea and boat trips to the unique Caldey Island.

Beautiful in every season, explore and unwind in your remote, isolated holiday haven of Comfort Cottage.