Accommodation: The comfortable lounge / dining room has leather sofas
and armchairs and a 40 inch wall mounted flat screen TV. Sliding doors lead
out onto a wide balcony with a table and chairs.
Glan-y-Môr sleeps 10, in 4 bedrooms. The master bedroom has a king sized
bed. There are also 2 more double bedrooms, and a family room which has two
single beds and a double bed. There is a large bathroom with bath, WC, wash
basin and heated towel rail, and an even larger shower room with walk in
shower, WC and wash basin'. Bed linen is provided, but please bring your own
The kitchen has a a ceramic hob and electric oven with extractor over. There
is a dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, and the usual small appliances,
and plenty of cutlery, crockery and cookware.
Glan-y-Mor is a very short walk from the Black Lion pub, which serves
excellent food and was one of the favourite drinking places of Dylan Thomas
when he lived at 'Majoda' in New Quay in 1944-5. It is also close to the
Seahorse pub, the Costcutter mini supermarket, the water sports shop and
other shops, pubs and restaurants.
New Quay has safe sandy beaches, coastal path walks and a new water sports
Centre on the beach. It makes an ideal base for sailing, dolphin watching,
walking and just relaxing
Private driveway parking is available beside the apartment for 2 cars.
Regret no pets or smoking inside the apartment.
Wi-Fi is installed at the apartment.
Penfold family, August 2-9, 2014 - “We had the privilege of being the
first people to stay in this flat. We found it to have been kitted out to a
high standard, with well thought out fittings and standard of decor. It
offers a very comfortable environment. Access to Wi-Fi is a big plus. The
location is good; the flat is in the centre of New Quay, near to shops, pubs
and the pier. There are a couple of sandy beaches as well as rock pools,
with trips around the bay easily available. New Quay itself is well
positioned on the West Wales coast with Aberaeron and Aberystwyth to the
north and Cardigan and Pembrokeshire to the south. ”
The Ardin family 9th-16th Aug 14 - What a beautiful place to stay!
Everything has been done to a very high standard, wonderfully spacious and
well equipped. We feel we landed very lucky to be able to book such a lovely
place right in New Quay at short notice . Thanks again for allowing us to
stay in your home .
Stuart Roberts and family from Swansea 22 August 14 - A very well
appointed flat and spacious even for 10 people. Spotlessly clean and
contained everything one could wish for to make the stay enjoyable .greeted
by a very welcoming owner! Kitchen equipment to a very high standard .The
locality encourages exploration and enjoyment of the coast and countryside .
Might be worth providing a DVD player for children during the shorter days
and longer nights especially if weather poor! not a quibble - simply a
suggestion! Thank you for enabling our stay to be so enjoyable .
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 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....'