Llewelyn Lodge is situated in the beautiful and mature garden of the proprietors cottage, it is perfectly safe, private and secluded, with its own entrance and secure parking area. The lodge is delightful and furnished to the highest quality throughout’ it boasts a bedroom with two single beds that can be made up into a king size if required. The property has a fully functional designer kitchen with cooker and microwave, this is partially divided from the cosy and comfortable living area, which has two comfortable settees and a pretty antique fireplace, from here there are stunning views over Cardigan Bay and when the sun goes down behind the church and over the sea, it is truly magical - this can all be viewed from the windows of the lodge, or from the its own decking area outside with wooden patio chairs and table, where a lunchtime or evening meal can be enjoyed.
There are two pubs in the village, together with a general shop, a butchers and even a hairdresser and launderette for your convenience. Plascrug Leisure Centre, with swimming pool, is about half a mile away. Also, just half a mile away, is a large Morrison’s supermarket, so you can stock up on your holiday goodies and you can tantalise your taste buds at a variety of different restaurants in the town and in the vicinity - Aberystwyth is within a walking distance of the town, being about a mile and a half away.
The first imposing landmark as you approach the village of Llanbadarn is the ancient and architecturally stunning Saint Padarn's Church, which was designed by John Petts and rebuilt following a fire in 1257. The church's history goes back to a 6th century, early Christian, monastery founded by St Padarn. It is still a constant place of worship and a timetable of services can be in the porch entrance. Overlooked from the south is the iron age hill fort Pen Dinas whose buried ramparts can be seen terracing the upper parts of the hill.
Aberystwyth, just a ’hop, skip and a jump’ from Llanbadarn, basically it is about a five minute drive and is now classed as part of the town. Aberystwyth is a fine example of the Victorian era, with its long promenade and beautiful architecture, just right for strolling along and enjoying an ice cream, it boasts an historical pier, on which you can still sit out and enjoy a meal, or a drink in the evening as the sun goes down or even a dance late into the night if so inclined. Aberystwyth is the major tourist centre of the West Wales Coast and is blessed with a host of culturally diverse opportunities and experiences, held within the bookends of Constitution hill with its Cliff Railway, Camera Obscura atop, at one end and it’s fine harbour down at the North end. Aberystwyth boasts the ruins of a Norman castle, from where you get a fine view of the coastline both to the North and to the South.
Aberystwyth is a University town, buzzing with students most of the year accompanied by many tourists for the holiday weekends and summer season - it has a fine selection of restaurants, cafes and shops to suit every taste and is blessed with many attractions to tempt the tastes of the most discerning visitor, combine all this with some of the finest scenery in Mid Wales lying within easy reach of the town and your holiday will be a time of enjoyment and continuing memories.