Welcome to Pigeonsford Farm in Llangrannog
Our holiday cottages have recently been renovated and they are now available to rent.
The website is currently under construction, so is far from perfect. Please bear with us! If you have any questions just get in touch using 'Contact Us'.
There is more information and some photos of the renovations on our Facebook page:
Rhodri and Michele
Our Story So Far.....
We moved to Llangrannog from Oxfordshire in November 2015. We had both worked for many years in higher education and health care. We wanted a lifestyle change and a move to a more rural environment. Rhodri's family were originally from New Quay and surrounding villages. We finally decided to return to his family roots and an area we both already knew well and loved. Llangrannog is in a beautiful part of West Wales and has an amazing community. We've not looked back. We also share our part of paradise with 3 dogs, a cat, several hens and 2 turkeys.
We let Pigeonsford Farmhouse holiday cottage out during the first year we lived in Llangrannog. It had been running as a holiday rental for the previous 14 years but was in need of an update. In the end we completely stripped the building and have been restoring it using traditional methods, keeping old features and recycling the materials back into the building. The project is now at an end, and we now have three cottages available to let. We hope you like them!
Why Visit Us?
Pigeonsford Farm is nestled in the Hawen valley above the popular seaside village of Llangrannog. Our holiday accommodation is perfect for families, couples, walkers, dog lovers, cyclists or those just wishing for some tranquility.
Hawen and Rhibyn Cottages started out as stables 200 years ago and Y Llofft (The Loft) is part of the first floor of the Dairy Barn that originally comprised the Home Farm to the Pigeonsford Estate. The cottages are all located within 5.5 acres of private land. Step out of the door and a woodland walk leads you into Llangrannog village and the 'Blue Flag' beach (about 1 mile or approximately a 20 minute walk). A short half mile walk in another direction takes you onto the Ceredigion coastal path with spectacular views of Cardigan Bay.
Llangrannog boasts 2 beach cafės, 2 pubs which both serve food, a well-stocked village shop, and a church. A short drive away are the bustling harbour towns of New Quay, Aberaeron and Cardigan. Other stunning local beaches can be found at Cwmtydu, Penbryn, Tresaith, Aberporth, Mwnt and Poppit. The Cardi Bach bus service connects Cardigan to New Quay, passing through Llangrannog and linking other villages and beaches.
The area has so much to offer that you'll never be short of things to do. For active types there is walking, swimming, road biking, mountain biking, kayaking, surfing, sailing, coasteering, horse riding, golf or fishing. For wildlife enthusiasts, bottlenose dolphins, harbour porpoises and Atlantic grey seals are a common sight whilst the diversity of bird life will entrance the ardent twitcher. For the younger visitor, if the sea is too cold for a dip, there are theme parks, farms, museums and wildlife centres a short drive away.
On your return to your cottage, and depending on the time of year, you can enjoy the warmth of the wood-burning stove or break out the BBQ and relax in the garden.