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Ty Haf at Tyglyn Lodge
Ciliau Aeron
Lampeter
West Wales

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Ray & Jan welcome you to their home in this beautiful Ceredigion valley. Ty Haf (Welsh for Summer House) is a delightful, self-contained building set in a quarter of an acre of garden, overlooking the Aeron Valley. It was built in 2008 as guest accommodation in the grounds of Tyglyn Lodge, for family and friends to stay in peace and tranquillity, yet within 30 yards of the house. Red Kites are regularly seen from the garden and garden birds are in abundance throughout the year. Breakfast is served in the main house. Choose from Continental, Full Welsh Breakfast with local produce or Smoked Salmon & Scrambled Egg. Use of Swim Spa/Swimming Pool heated to 32.5 degrees all year round.

The property is situated just outside the village of Ciliau Aeron, about half a mile off the main road with Aberaeron just 4 miles away, and Lampeter 9 miles. There are two hotels with restaurants in reasonable walking distance (Ty Mawr Mansion, top class cuisine and fine dining, Ty Glyn Hotel, good quality and reasonable choice. Harbour Master Hotel or The Hive are just two great options in Aberaeron).

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