Hill Street, New Quay - sleeps 6 + parking + Wi-Fi

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Awelfryn, New Quay

This 3 bedroom newly restored centrally heated cottage (bed linen and towels provided) is conveniently located in New Quay  and is just a few minutes walk from the excellent sandy beaches, pubs, restaurants and shops. There is private off road parking for one car in the rear. Behind the property is a playing field and a playground for smaller children.

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Accommodation: . The  newly fitted kitchen has a fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and microwave, electric oven and hob, extractor, crockery, glasses, and cookware and the usual small appliances. There is a downstairs WC and basin adjacent to the kitchen. The dining table seats 6 plus highchair. Two open plan sitting areas with comfy sofas and armchairs plus flat screen TV.

Upstairs: There are three bedrooms - one with a  king size bed,  one has a double and a twin bed. The third bedroom has a standard single bed.  Bed linen and towels are provided. There is also a travel cot and high chair . The bathroom has a bath with electric shower over, washbasin and toilet.

Loft Room: The large well lit loft room will be set up as a games room. The stairs to the loft are steep and there is limited head room, so care should be taken. May not be suitable for younger children.

Outside: level garden area with table and chairs and there is private off road parking behind the  cottage. Lockable bike storage.

Regret no pets and no smoking in the house. No short breaks.

There is a 20% Discount for Dolphin boat trips  for guests staying at this cottage. see www.seamor.org for info.

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 is famous.

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: This house is just a few hundred yards to the all Wales Coastal Path. 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....'

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Holiday Start Date

December 2022

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