Beautifully designed and immaculately furnished luxury holiday cottage
Luxury Holiday Cottage in West Wales
Brig y Don which is Welsh for crest of the wave is an appropriate name for this unique property that embraces its unparalleled coastal position. Having undergone extensive renovation and remodelling it takes full advantage of its spectacular location. With breathtaking sea views of the Teifi Estuary and Cardigan Bay it is situated at the mouth of the river Teifi in the coastal hamlet of Gwbert, which is 3 miles from Cardigan on the border of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Each and every element of this beautiful property has been carefully considered: from the curved bay windows that drench the open plan ground floor in natural light, to the excellent use of space and open plan design that creates a wonderfully social living area. Brig y Don has been finished to an exceptionally high standard with the carefully thought out colour palettes and nautically inspired interior touches that add to the luxurious ambience of this sea side holiday home.
- Uninterrupted panoramic sea views across Cardigan Bay to Poppit Sands and the crests of North Pembrokeshire
- Beautifully designed and immaculately furnished luxury holiday cottage
- All bedrooms have en suite facilities
- Spacious patios to enjoy al fresco dining and memorable sun sets
- Enclosed, family friendly garden
Sleeping up to 8 guests in four bedrooms all complete with their own en suite facilities, Brig y Don ensure all eight guests enjoy a luxurious and relaxing stay. (1 King-size, 2 Double rooms and 1 twin room, with the twin room on the ground floor).
Located on the Ceredigion Coastal Path and within a short drive of a selection of award winning beaches, Brig y Don provides the ideal holiday destination from which to explore the fantastic beaches, historic market towns, and host of activities West Wales has to offer.
“WOW What a fantastic house, we’ve had such a lovely weekend & don’t want to go home, hopefully we will be back next year. This is such a special place you never get bored of looking out to sea.”