21 Marine Terrace is the yellow house above. It is a centrally
heated traditional two bedroom house on the middle of the two terraces to the
west of New Quay town centre. This family home has been owned by the same local
family since 1936. The house has unparalleled views from the sitting room and
from the two bedrooms over New Quay and Cardigan Bay. On a clear day, the entire
Lleyn peninsula as far as Bardsey Island can be seen as well as the mountains of
Snowdonia and Cader Idris.
Accommodation: The sitting / dining room has a comfortable leather
chesterfield sofa and armchair, flat-screen digital TV and DVD player,
gate-leg folding oak dining table and chairs. The kitchen has a fridge /
freezer, gas hob, kettle, toaster and all the usual glasses, crockery,
cutlery and cookware. Although there is no conventional oven there is a combi microwave / oven / grill. Wi-Fi is available in the cottage.
Bedrooms: Upstairs there are two bedrooms, a double with wall mounted flat screen TV and spectacular views from the window, and a bunk bedroom with standard size bunk beds and similar views over Cardigan Bay. The family bathroom has bath with electric shower, WC and wash basin.
Parking: There is free on-street parking in front of the house.
Full central heating and Wi-Fi provided.
Weekly booking start and end on Saturdays - regret no
Outside: The back garden will not be available for use
as it has very steep steps.
Linen: The property is equipped with bed linen and
Restrictions: No pets and strictly no smoking inside the
New Quay - This property is just a short walk from the
centre of New Quay with its many pubs and restaurants and two beaches,
Dolau beach to the west of the pier and the harbour beach to the east.
Coastal Path: Marine Terrace forms part of the coastal
path. The footpath climbs the hill on the way to Cwm Tydu and
Llangrannog just a few yards away from the house. 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....'
You can book online and pay the deposit by card - see below,
or if you would prefer,
you can PRINT A BOOKING FORM and send a cheque to 'West Wales Cottages' at:
Nant y Gido, New Quay, SA45 9TR .
Online - add date and click 'Buy now' to make a £50
part payment deposit to secure your holiday.
You can pay this by PayPal or card. The balance will be due 6 weeks before the holiday.
Please complete the ONLINE BOOKING FORM after making your payment.
The Post Code is SA45 9PJ
Liability: The hirers contract for all bookings is directly with the owner of this cottage and not with West Wales Cottages who act only as advertising agents on behalf of the cottage owners. The owners will be responsible for complying with all maintenance, cleaning and applicable Statutory Regulations and Discrimination Acts affecting customers, the Cottage, and its equipment. West Wales Cottages cannot accept any liability for any shortcomings or defects within, outside, with the contents, or other facilities ancillary to the property.