To get to Dolau Canol –

From the main road to Llanybydder (B4337), turn right at the mini roundabout onto the B4338. Take the first left (signposted to Rhuddlan) and immediately take the first left which will take you down a long private lane. As you drive down the lane, be sure to look and listen out for the wild life all around, you may spot rabbits and hares or hear the unmistakeable sound of red kites above.

Dolau Canol in the mist

About the Cottage

Dolau Canol is a pretty special place as it has been a part of our family for over three hundred years and sits in the heart of an historic rural estate. Although it looks like a typical 19th century Teifi Valley farmhouse, there are signs that it may have been a timber framed  ‘clom’ (cob) thatched longhouse a long time before. With this in mind, Dolau Canol has been sympathetically restored by one of Wales’ leading conservation architects, and we’d like to think that we have created a perfect retreat that is quite unique with ‘green’ credentials. We can comfortably accommodate up to six people and we are dog friendly too.

Upstairs we have two double bedrooms, a lovely peaceful sitting area, and a bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Our bedrooms are furnished with gorgeous traditional Welsh textiles on the beds and the walls.

Downstairs is very roomy indeed with a living room, sitting room, single bedroom, shower room with basin and WC and a large kitchen. So whether you fancy ‘cwtching’ up (cosying up) with a good book next to the wood-burning stove in our comfy living room, watching television in the sitting room, or hanging out in the kitchen, there is plenty of space for everyone.