Accommodation: Ty Canol has 3 bedrooms - one double and two twin
bedrooms sleeping up to 6 persons. Bed Linen and towels are
The comfortable Sitting /Dining room has TV with freeview,
DVD player and CD stereo. The well equipped kitchen has an
electric cooker, separate under-counter fridge and freezer,
microwave, and the usual small appliances. The bathroom is
upstairs and has a shower over the bath.
The cottage is heated by night storage radiators. All electricity
including heating is included in the rental.
we do ask our guests not to smoke inside the
GROUNDS - Ty Canol has its own private patio area and also
shares the communal gardens with the other five cottages. The
cottages have a shared coin-operated laundry facility. There is
also a play area and games room for children.
PARKING - There is ample parking for 2 cars.
PETS - One medium sized well-behaved dog or 2 small dogs are welcome at Ty Canol.
SHORT BREAKS - Ty Canol is open all year and short midweek
and weekend breaks
are available outside of school holidays at 60% of weekly price for any 3 nights
and 70% for any 4 nights (3 night minimum).
CHILDREN - A travel cot and high chair
are available on
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
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.
New Quay was home to Dylan Thomas and is believed
by many to be the fictional Llareggub of 'Under Milk Wood'. The
Dylan Thomas Trail in the town will show you many of the places
featured in the play. The Coastal Path - part of the all Wales
coastal path, passes through New Quay and provides stunning views of
the cliffs and sea and the unique wildlife of West Wales.
Nearby Aberaeron is a
charming regency town and with its multi coloured houses and
attractive harbour. Twenty miles to the
north of New Quay is Aberystwyth with its university, the Welsh
National Library, an excellent free museum and a wide range of
shops. Here also you can take a trip on the picturesque Rheidol
Valley steam railway to Devils Bridge in the nearby mountains.
18 miles to the south of New Quay is Cardigan with its castle on the
river Teifi and nearby St Dogmaels with its historic abbey and
Poppit Sands. Just across the Teifi is the Welsh Wildlife Centre and
a few miles up the river is Cilgerran with its spectacular castle.