As soon as we entered Clud we were struck by its' cleanliness and homely feel.. The bedrooms and bathroom area were a good size and the décor throughout was pleasing. The welshcakes on the side and the milk in the fridge of the well equipped kitchen were a welcome surprise. As we do not have Sky at home we had an issue with putting on the television but we contacted the owner who was very patient and we were able to sort it out. Unfortunately due to the inclement weather we did not get to sit outside on the decking area but that is a nice extra space. We were meeting family who were staying in Aberaeron in their camper van and they were really impressed with Clud when they came to visit. As I am 84 and less mobile than I used to be we were unable to do much walking in the surrounding area but the setting of the bungalows is lovely. Our greatest joy was watching the myriad of birds - blue tits,great tits,tree sparrows, robins, nuthatch, chaffinches,blackbirds, Lesser spotted woodpeckers and a Jay which regularly visited the bird feeders in the company of up to three squirrels at a time. It was well worth the few pounds we invested in nuts, bird seed and fat balls. The owners had kindly left binnoculars and a bird book in the back bedroom which was the best vantage point. We went to Llanerchaeron (a National Trust Property) just down the road and it was well worth a visit. Aberaeron and Newquay are close by with plenty of sights to see and places to eat. We particularly enjoyed the New Celtic Restaurant in Aberaeron in Market Street and The Old Watchouse on the harbour in Newquay where we had a lovely Fathers Day dinner. We had a very relaxing holiday and Clud was good to come home to. We hope to return.