The Stable At Croft Farm

Croft, Cardigan, Pembrokeshire, Countryside

Check-in Time: 15:30
Check-out Time: 09:30

Outside Description

Garden seating is the perfect place for breakfast and tea in the sun or a family bbq. There are colourful gardens to the front of this cottage. Facilities on-site include the leisure building with indoor heated pool, sauna, gym and soft play; the Big Play Barn and the outdoor adventure playground so there's plenty to keep children of all ages amused. Your family will also enjoy the animal feeding and egg collecting and the space to run. You may find it hard to take the family away from the farm!

Downstairs Description

An entrance porch, ideal for wellies, leads into the open plan sitting and dining room with exposed beams throughout. The kitchen is set back from the open plan dining room through an archway.

There is one double room and one room with bunk beds.This cottage has been furnished to make the most of its country cottage feel.

The bath and power shower gives you the chance for long bubbly play time or a quick, invigorating post gym blast depending on your mood and age.

Dogs Welcome: one dog or two miniatures welcome @ £5 per night
Child Friendly: With five children of our own and over two decades providing family holidays, we’ve learnt a lot about what makes a wonderful family holiday. Children love the animals and the indoor and outdoor play spaces set in 6 acres.
Tots Travel Bag: Selection of tots items to borrow, please ask
Swimming Pool: Use of on-ite indoor heated swimming pool all year round
Group Getaways: Croft Farm is a group of 10 cottages, perfect for family reunions and celebrations
Farm Experience: Budding farmers can join Andy and Mal on the morning rounds to feed the animals and collect the eggs. Get to know all the animals here at Croft Farm. From cute and cuddly rabbits to chickens, Jacob sheep, Angora goats, ponies, donkeys and Kuni Kuni pigs.
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: Cottage with log burner for cooler months.
Tourist Attractions:
  • Cilgerran Castle : Cilgerran Castle stands on a precipitous, craggy promontory overlooking the river Teifi where it merges with the Plysgog stream. The Teifi here is just at its tidal limit, so the castle was able to control both a natural crossing point and the passage of seagoing ships. Visit website
  • A Bay To Remember: Ocean wildlife boat trips from Cardigan Visit website
  • Stiwdio 3: Drop in craft workshops and gallery with wonderful cafe in Cardigan Visit website
  • Pentre Ifan: The most popular megalithic site in Wales, Pentre Ifan is a splendid burial chamber with a huge capstone delicately poised on three uprights. Visit website
  • Welsh Wildlife Centre: nearby nature reserve with mapped out walks, hideouts for bird watching, themed activities and cafe Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Hammett House: The ‘Art Room Menu’ has recently been re-awarded 2 AA Rosettes Visit website
  • The Ferry Inn Riverside Pub & Restaurant: Serves bistro style food with a focus on making the most of local produce, in a fabulous location right on the bank of the river Teifi with plenty of room for outdoor dining, and river views. Children, dogs and muddy boots are welcome. Booking is advised especially during the summer months as this is a very popular pub. Visit website
  • Penrallt Nursery Cafe: Dogs are welcome at this lovely cafe in Penrallt nursery serving great coffee shop food. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Y Popty Gwyn : Is a small family business offering a range of freshly baked breads, cakes, home-cooked meals and desserts for you to enjoy in the comfort of your holiday cottage Visit website
  • Tesco: In Cardigan which is 13 miles away, so why not pre order your grocery delivery for arrival. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Ski Slope At Llangrannog: Which can be seen from Caerwenfor. It is possible to hire skis and board or obtain lessons. The 100m slope was built in 1989 and has continuously grown and developed to Llangrannog Ski and Boarding Centre as we see it today. Visit website
  • Coasteering: Coasteering is an active journey along the tidal margin which presents a range of challenges along the way. Using a mix of climbing, scrambling, leaping, traversing, swimming, sliding, diving, ducking, jumping and diving you will experience our wild coast through the zawns, gullies, caves, cliffs and reefs. Visit website
  • Canoeing On Te Teifi Gorge : Winding towards the sea the deep, tidal Teifi Gorge is a unique environment where fresh and salt waters meet and the species it is home to forms one of the most varied aquatic landscapes in the country. Visit website
  • Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail : Offers 621 miles of footpaths and bridleways. Visit website