You will find a warm welcome awaiting you here in our haven of peace and tranquillity with traffic free roads and the stunning coastal and mountain scenery of the county of Ceredigion.
Pant-Teg nestles high above the Teifi Valley, on the lower slopes of the, Cambrian Mountains between Tregaron (5 miles - an old market town and Red Kite centre) and Lampeter (6 miles - a university town). This traffic free area of mid Wales will so enchant you with its gentle mountains and unspoilt coastline (Aberaeron 18 miles) that we are sure that you will leave Pant-Teg and its surrounding areas with a keen desire to return (proof in our guestbook!).
Pant-Teg (fair/beautiful hollow), originally a hill farm dating from about 1850, rests within 4 acres of south facing gardens with both Cottages positioned in such a way that everyone has their own private space and yet can enjoy either exploring the gardens or relaxing on any one of the numerous benches, listening to the birdsong whilst taking in the magnificent valley views.
The gardens are well stocked with assorted maturing shrubs and flower beds attracting many species of wildlife. We have an area for our chickens also our 2 pygmy goat boys (Edek & Karol) with their own adventure park, who love nothing better than browsing round the wood with us and the cats (Misch & George).
There is a woodland at the top of our grounds with benches and meandering paths leading to the banks of a pond awash with lilies, various plants and grasses, stocked with fish and attracting dragonflies, newts, frogs and all manner of small mammals.
Birds abound in our fields and hedgerows and many nesting boxes have been placed around the grounds. You will often see Red Kites and Buzzards gliding on the thermals above us and maybe even catch a glimpse of a beautiful white Barn Owl as it hunts at dusk. With no light pollution the night skies are truly a sight to behold.
We offer safe storage for motorbikes and bicycles with use of a hosepipe if needed.
To find out more or make an enquiry please get in touch with us today.