Accommodation - Sleeping arrangements comprise, one double room, one
twin room, one single room with the extra provision of a single z-bed for
use downstairs if required.
The comfortable sitting room has 40 inch flat screen TV with Freeview Play,
registered Netflix account, Xbox One gaming machine, DVD player and
Bluetooth music speaker.
Two large leather sofa's provide adequate seating for six people, along with
a large dining table for six
The well equipped kitchen has an electric fan oven and hob, dishwasher,
freestanding fridge/freezer, microwave, filter coffee machine and an array
of small appliances.
The bathroom is upstairs and has an electric shower over the bath. The
cottage is fully heated by night storage radiators. All electricity
including heating is included in the rental.
Bed Linen and towels (not beach towels) are provided.
Please note, we ask our guests not to smoke inside the cottage, an ashtray
is provided outside
GROUNDS - Anrhegfan has its own private garden with seating for six
and a BBQ, as well as sharing the communal gardens with the other cottages.
This includes a picnic area overlooking New Quay with tables and benches.
The cottages have a shared coin-operated laundry facility.
POOL/SAUNA - There is a new indoor heated plunge pool and sauna
adjacent to the cottage (available from Easter to the end of October). All
guests at Anrhegfan have access to the complex for a single additional
charge of £30 per week (payable to the complex owner on arrival if
PARKING - There is ample parking for 2 cars.
PETS - One medium sized well-behaved dog or 2 small dogs are welcome.
SHORT BREAKS - Anrhegfan is open all year and short midweek and
weekend breaks are available outside of school holidays.
CHILDREN - A travel cot and high chair are available on request.
WI-FI - Wi-Fi charges (To include up to 5 devices) are:
Short break (Out of season) 3 Days £5
One week £10
Two weeks £15
Guests can logon when they arrive to the Penrhiw Pistyll Cottages WI-FI and
either pay by PayPal or credit card.
New Quay - or 'Cei Newydd', with its picturesque harbour and houses
has a good selection of pubs and restaurants and clings to the sides of the
hills rising above the blue waters of Cardigan Bay on the coast of West
Wales. New Quay’s stone pier has been standing for almost 200 years and is
one of the best places to see the Bottlenose Dolphins for which Cardigan Bay
The sheltered harbour and safe beaches are the focus of activity in the
summer when New Quay becomes a bustling and vibrant holiday resort where
boat trips, sailing, fishing, water sports and relaxation, are among the
main attractions. The local area has much to offer with the safe and sandy
beaches of Llangrannog, Tresaith, Penbryn and Mwnt just a short drive away.
Coastal Path: There is a footath from opposite the
property into New Quay to access
the new Ceredigion Coastal Footpath. The path at the end of Lewis
Terrace will take you to Cwm Tydu and Llangrannog to the south or north
to Aberaeron and eventually to Aberystwyth . Within a short distance,
the path passes Bird Rock or 'Craig Yr Adar' in Welsh. Bird Rock is one
of the ten most important bird colonies in Wales with Guillemots,
Fulmars, Razorbills, Kittiwakes and gulls nesting there. Rare Choughs
and Peregrine Falcons are also frequently seen on this section of the
coastal path. In the poem 'Quite early one morning' Dylan Thomas
mentions the path along the cliffs to the south of New Quay: ' I walked
on to the cliff path again, the town behind and below waking up now so
very slowly; I stopped and turned and looked....'