Penwern Fach Self-Catering Holiday Cottages are situated about a mile or so from the pretty village of Cenarth which is famous for its salmon leap waterfalls. Cenarth and the surrounding towns & villages, some deep in secluded little rural valleys others perching on the dramatic coast of Cardigan Bay, West Wales, make for a glorious holiday location. Fabulous nearby beaches include award-winning Mwnt, Tresaith & Llangrannog but with the Ceredigion coast so close to hand youâ€™ll be spoilt for choice.
We had a very relaxing and enjoyable stay at Penwern Fach, cleanliness was top notch with lots of creature comforts including a log burner. We enjoyed playing pool in the games room and the Wi-Fi was good. The surrounding area was stunning enjoying many of the beautiful beaches near by. We didn’t use the facilities in the nearby holiday park that were complimentary, maybe next time.
A very clean, well equipped and comfortable retreat, the accommodation has been thoughtfully restored to give modern amenities yet period character. Cardigan with it’s abundance of eateries and coffee shops, together with the castle, and the fabulous coast are within very easy reach. The landscaping at Gwaun and the other cottages - and the amazing sculptured tree trunk - is truly splendid. This is an ideal place to relax and recharge your batteries.
Third time we have stayed (in different cottages) As always a warm welcome from Yvonne, who is easily contacted on site if any problems arise. Lovely cottage (Towy) everything thoughtfully equipped. Beds could be more comfortable, but apart from that everything excellent. Very enjoyable and relaxing stay.
Overall the cottage is a good size and well equipped with quality furniture, cosy and peaceful. The kids enjoyed the games room and a game of football When field wasn't too wet. Only downside is beds were a bit hard and the was no spanner to tighten up the baby gate to stop the dog going up stairs. New quay is a 30 min drive but with a visit and the falls are 6 mins away. It was a nice relaxed break.