Wonderful, well equipped accommodation in a lovely location. The cottage is located in a small village about 2 miles from the coast. The cottage is up a hill (not too steep) at the top end of the village in a lovely semi-rural location. It's a very private setting, very peaceful. The cottage is exactly how it looks in the pictures and extremely well equipped. The garden is quite basic and on a slope with narrow steps to access the first area so not suitable for very young children. The interior is very well decorated and very comfortable. The position of Llanarth (on A487) makes it a good base to explore the area. Our favourites (myself, husband & kids aged 13 & 10) were New Quay on a good weather day and Aberaeron. We also paid a visit to Cardigan & Aberyswyth which are both bigger towns with a good selection of shops. Eating out we enjoyed various tea rooms and had no complaints. In New Quay there are several Pubs / Restaurents and take away outlets. We tried Creme Pen Cei for takeout sandwiches and delicious ice cream and The Lime Crab for Fish & Chips. Both were lovely. Back in Llanarth we had one evening meal at the LLanina Arms which we found to be tasty & affordable.
All in all a wonderful holiday and we hope to return one day to Friendly Cottage.More