The Old Fire Station is a unique and historic self catering holiday cottage for two guests which has been refurbished to a very high standard. It is located less than a two minute walk away from the centre of Tregaron.
"Yr Hen Orsaf Dan" (to use its Welsh name) provides an excellent base to explore some of the great unspoiled upland areas of Wales, the Cambrian Mountains. The views can be enjoyed from the living room through a picture window running the entire height of the building.
Inside you will find everything you need to make your stay as comfortable as possible. There is an open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area, spacious double bedroom, separate wardrobe/dressing room and a shower room. Outside there is private off-road parking for two cars. Above the cottage is a secluded garden with excellent views of Tregaron and the Cambrian mountains beyond.
Whatever your interests are, you will find that the area around Tregaron has something to offer everyone. If you fancy venturing a little further afield, the Georgian seaside town of Aberaeron is well worth a visit. Tregaron is also only 9 miles away from the University town of Lampeter and 20 miles away from the University town of Aberystwyth.
If you are more active or adventurous, there are excellent walking trails and coastal/inland paths, plus opportunities for horse riding, shooting, golfing and mountain biking/cycling.
Maybe you want to try your hand at something different, such as coasteering, surfing or dolphin spotting. All activities are available within a 20 mile radius.
Tregaron itself has an excellent, historic and characterful Grade II listed inn facing the town square called The Talbot. Well worth a visit.