15 amazing accommodation options from 9 holiday letting websites, including FeWo-direkt and Casamundo, are currently available in Llangrannog. By comparing these different offers, HomeToGo highlights the best deals as well as the most popular properties in Llangrannog.
Recommended holiday lettings in Llangranog
Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Llangranog from just £51 per night
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Llangranog
Lettings can be chosen based on various criteria. Just above, you can see the total number of rentals that offer a particular amenity in Llangrannog. Our data shows that internet and gardens turn out to be the most commonly provided features in Llangrannog. You could even look for properties if you want a letting with a fireplace (1 rentals include fireplaces in Llangrannog) or you want to tune out with some TV time (1 rentals with TVs).
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Llangranog
Holidaymakers searching for house rentals in Llangrannog have many choices, as this is the most common property type there. These holiday properties have a median size of 105 m² and a median price of £146 a night. Moreover, this type of residence is usually great for couples and small groups, since the majority of house rentals can accommodate at least 2 people. Apartment rentals are the second most frequently offered property type in Llangrannog. Our analysis shows that the average price of apartment rentals is £127 a night for an area of 189 m².
A holiday cottage in the coastal town of Llangranog
Set in a valley, Llangranog was once a hidden village situated above an old port. Today it is best-known for its idyllic and picturesque beach, with a stay in a Llangranog cottage the best way to get an authentic experience.
Where to find the best food in Llangranog?
Dine by the sea
The dog-friendly Pentre Arms Restaurant is a fine spot for sandwiches and chips after a seaside walk. The Beach Hut, meanwhile, offers stunning cliff-side views, and delicious fish, burgers, and stews. With high chairs and a kids menu, Y Llong The Ship is a family-friendly pub offering filling and flavourful fare.
Where are the unique attractions in Llangranog?
Deep blue sea
Llangranog is the region of Ceredigion's best-loved beach, a part of the scenic Wales Coast Path. The beach is therefore an excellent base for hikers, while also being a family-friendly spot for swimming, surfing, kayaking, and sailing. North of Llangranog you'll find sandy Cilborth beach, with its tooth-shaped Ordovician rocks, called Carreg Bica. Splash around in the beach's rockpools filled with limpets, mussels, and starfish, and explore the nearby caves.
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