Named in The Times Top 50 Cottages and No 1 in their Top 10 Quirky Cottages & Beach Houses (2013)
"Kids will love sleeping in this 1950’s pleasure cruiser on the Cardigan Coast. The snug wood-panelled interior is a delight with padded seating (which converts to two single beds for children). A double bed in the front of the boat has a glass dome for stargazing. Cook, eat and wash in a neighbouring building." Liz Bird for The Times
The Guardian's travel writer Carol Cadwalladr stayed in winter and loved it, read this independent review.
Land-locked in a little private paddock with lovely views to the sea, this 1950's pleasure launch is a must for landlubbers and would-be sea-faring folks alike - a boat in a field overlooking the sea!
Sonia' the boat
- Living quarters - is suitable for 2 adults and 2 small Children. Wood burner +electric heating and lighting + two double electrical socket.
- Bedroom: Cosily situated in the bow of the boat is the large double bed (limited headroom) with large glass dome above for star gazing - curtain across for privacy. Electrical socket - can be used for electric blanket in the winter.
- Storage cupboard and small dressing room with shelves
- Cushioned bench seating for 6 people : Two of these can be made up as narrow beds for children (50cms x 184cms and 50cms x163cms) - please be aware of logburner in same room
Newly converted barn:
houses open plan kitchen/dining and living room (with shower room off)
- Kitchen - comprises of gas oven, grill and 4 ring gas hob, single stainless sink/drainer, fridge, kettle and toaster
- Electric heating throughout
- Living area with sofa and views to the sea, table and chairs for inside dining.
- Separate loo and wash basin
- Spacious shower room with thermostatic mixer shower, loo, wash basin and heated towel rail
- There is a sofa bed that can accommodate 2 adults
- Tall wardrobe /cupboard for storage
- Poop deck on board the boat with bench seating - to sip your Martini (shaken not stirred!) and drink in the views to the sea beyond
- Set in its own private south-facing paddock, overlooking open fields to the rear - there is also a small lawned area with table and chairs
- You can explore the myriad cycle routes, extensive network of footpaths and bridleways that start from your doorstep