Hard to describe what it has been like here. Up until March we had no idea what was further away than walking distance. A combination of Roger being Clinically Extremely Vulnerable to Covid-19 and then a series of Lockdowns meant we didn’t leave home. As we had bought the house on-line and had never been to this part of Ceredigion before it was, undoubtedly, a strange experience.
We were amazed when we did venture forth to discover just how beautiful and unspoilt the surrounding countryside is. We had no idea that the coast was a Marine Heritage site and that we would regularly see dolphins, seals, and such an array of delightful seabirds.
We had hoped that there might be some bodyboarding and were delighted to discover that at both Llangranog and Penbryn we can catch some excellent waves. Llangranog has the advantage of being able to park directly next to the beach and grab a fantastic ice cream as well.
We also found some lovely places to eat including The Plwmp Tart at Penbryn and Tafell a Tan in Llangranog does delicious wood fired pizzas.
We feel really lucky. Our grown up children love to visit. The garden is flourishing thanks to the serious hard work of Roger and the holiday let has been fully booked for almost six months.
We don’t expect the winter to be so busy but here’s hoping.