Booked this for a week to revisit this area after 40 years. Not disappointed, beautiful countryside and sea. The old Dairy was great, perfect for 2, beautifully converted to make it a very comfortable place to stay. Greeted with a nice plate of biscuits made by Alicia. Ordered food prior to stay which was ready waiting for us in the freezer, which was delicious when cooked as our week went on.
A fantastic place to stay, great surroundings and wonderful accommodation. We had the most peaceful and relaxing of weeks as the farm is surrounded by beautiful countryside. There is a beach just down the road which leads to many different coastal walks. The cottage itself was well equipped, very clean and extremely cosy.
I have visited the farm previously but this was the first time that I have stayed in the accommodation. I stayed one week with my wife and 1-year old, who was enthralled by the passage of tractors and chickens across the yard. The quality of the accommodation is good, the location is excellent and pre-ordering home-made meals, bread and veggies was a bonus
My wife and I stayed for a week in the Old Dairy and what a wonderful place it is.So welcoming and cosy with the most wonderful viewsof the surrounding area.We especially enjoyed the walk through woodland to the beach which takes about 35 minutes its so pretty.The cookies Alicia made on our arrival were especially good.We will definitely return to this beautiful place.
The Old Dairy barn is in a great location, so peaceful, a great place to relax and recharge the batteries, on arrival we were warmly met by Alicia, Nathan and bean the dog and a plate of home made brownies !! the cottage was immaculate, fully equipped, with a fantastic woodburner, a welcomed addition on a chilly evening. We were only a short drive from Newquay, where there were plenty of places to eat, The Penwig serves good pub grub and the fish and chips from the Limecrab was the best we've had !! Nearby was Cwmtddu beach which had great coastal walks, with fabulous views. We can't recommended this cottage enough !! Can't wait to return.
This is a beautifully converted barn, on an organic working farm, situated in a tiny village in lovely countryside near to New Quay. It is close to a beach where I saw a seal with new pups (warning signs tell you not to go too close to the seals in this case). The 'coastal path' joins up all the beaches in this area and is a joy to walk. Alicia and Nathan who run the farm are warm and welcoming, but will leave you in peace if that's what you want! If you ask nicely I'm sure they would be happy to give you a bit of a guided tour. They have a small farm shop where you can buy their produce (in small amounts if you like). The chickens came and said hello to us every morning. Ready prepared meals are also available. There is no Wi-Fi (and very poor phone signal in this area), but if you really need to 'log on' I think you would be welcome to at the farm house. The farm also runs courses in organic farming. Staying here was delightful - a little slice of heaven.
We spent a week at the Old Dairy in August. It is so peaceful, a place where you can really get away from the speed of normal life and relax. It is a very comfortable and well-appointed cottage, lovely to come back to at the end of the day. We wanted a central point in order to visit the many lovely coastal villages/towns along the Ceredigion coast (Newquay, Llangrannog, Penbryn, Tresaith, Mwnt, Aberportth, Aberaeron - all worth a visit) and found the Old Dairy ideal.
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