Modern 3 bed semi
Melin-Y-Coed, Cilgerran, Cardigan, Pembrokeshire. SA43 2AQ
o Lovely semi-detached property, unfurnished. New 2011.
o Quiet village setting at the eastern end of the village
o Central heating: low energy, air source heat pump.
o Double glazing throughout
o Easy access to all local major towns
o Entrance hallway
o Downstairs cloak room with WC
o Fully fitted dining kitchen with integrated dishwasher / cooker / ceramic hob
o 3 good sized Bedrooms
o House bathroom with bath & electric shower
o Ample off road parking
o Rear garden with shed
Rent: £560 per calendar month, all rents paid one month in advance throughout the tenancy.
Bond: One months rent required & held in accordance with the Tenancy Deposit Protection
Council Tax: Tenants responsibility, liable to be Band C (£994.34 for 2017/18)
Water Rates: Tenants responsibility, water meter fitted
Located 3 miles south of the busy market town of Cardigan (Aberteifi), with the A478 1 mile west and the A484 2 miles east.
Cilgerran County Primary School has approximately 140 children from nursery to 11 years old.
Food and Drink
The Cardiff Arms – Pub
Pendre Inn – Pub
Castle Kitchen restaurant – 12 seat restaurant, in the village centre
Masons Arms in Cnwce, just to the east of Cilgerran – Pub
Shops and Businesses
Cilgerran has a part-time post office, a garage/petrol station and general stores.
In and around the town are a number of small businesses including a pet food store.
There is a local bus service.
The ‘Cardi Bach’ traffic-free cycle route (part of National Cycle Route 82) starts from Cardigan Bridge then goes along the river side, a disused railway line, through the Welsh Wildlife Reserve before joining the local roads near Cilgerran.
430 Cardigan – Narberth Via Cilgerran 5 x per day:
230 Cardigan – Carmarthen Via Cilgerran Daily:
Cilgerran’s other attractions are:
The Welsh Wildlife Centre (with Glasshouse Cafe)