Bryn Cottage is a traditional Welsh coastal cottage in a convenient location - a short walk from the main road and fronting a quiet lane, at the upper end of Francis Street, within close walking distance of the beaches, harbour, shops and restaurants of New Quay. Off-road parking for up to 2 cars is close by. Weekly prices from £365 to £655. Short breaks available in low season only - not school holidays - minimum 3 nights.. Weekly bookings Friday to Friday. Regret no pets. Not available for the remainder of 2021.
The cottage has been extensively refurbished in recent years, the most
charming accommodation provides Front Porch with sea views, Reception Hall,
Front Sitting Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, Utility Room with washing machine
and dish-washer, leading through to Sun Lounge/Conservatory. There is a
downstairs Bathroom with bath and electric shower.
Three first floor Bedrooms:
Bedroom 1 has a double bed, built in wardrobes, chest of drawers, bedside tables with lamps and a radio alarm clock and room for a travel cot.
Bedroom 2 has a double bed, chest of drawers, wardrobe
Bedroom 3 has bunk beds, wardrobe and room for a travel cot. Bed linen is provided, although you will need to bring your own towels and beach towels.
There is also an upstairs Cloak Room and toilet.
To the rear of the property is a raised decking area with lovely views glimpsing the sea and a terraced cottage garden.
Parking for two cars a short walk from the cottage.
Weekly bookings are from a Friday to a Friday at this property
Price range from £365 (low season) to £655 (high
Short breaks available low season or last minute by
arrangement. 3 nights @ 60% weekly price,
4 nights @ 70%, 5 nights at 80%, 6 nights (Saturday to Friday) 90%
Bed linen is provided, although you will need to bring
your own towels and beach towels.
no smoking inside the cottage
all electricity and heating included.
Parking for 2 cars close to the house
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 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....'
Click here for a page on this part of the Ceredigion Coastal path.
The owners will honour any bookings already made, but will not
make weeks available until the Covid-19 situation is clarified