Ty Twt is the self-contained one bedroom annexe of our stone and
slate farmhouse which stands in an elevated position over-looking the Victorian
fishing village of New Quay. This picturesque little town is part of the
beautiful, unspoilt Cardigan Bay Heritage Coast, noted for its dolphins, red
kites, buzzards and other wildlife. In New Quay and the surrounding area there
are several sandy beaches accessible by road or by footpath from the cottage. It
is about 15 minutes walk down a footpath into the town. One medium size or 2
small well behaved dogs welcomed.
Accommodation - The cottage has recently been
refurbished(2017) and its new central-heating and double-glazed windows make it
warm and comfortable all the year round. Downstairs there is an open-plan
living room with dining room / kitchen, and upstairs a double bedroom with
19 inch flat screen TV, and bathroom with bath, electric shower, WC and wash
basin. There is also a junior bed on the landing suitable for a child
(stair-gate provided). The kitchen includes a new cooker with electric oven
and ceramic hob,
fridge-freezer, microwave, kettle and a good range of cooking utensils and
crockery. There is a dining table with four chairs, and plenty of cupboard
space. The lounge area has a new locally made good quality sofa suite, 26 inch flat screen TV, a DVD, and radio/CD player. There is also a selection of books and magazines
Outside there is a car-parking area and a garden with table and chairs and a view over to the harbour. The views are even better from the upstairs windows. The cottage is part of a small group of individually owned holiday cottages.
Short breaks available outside high season, 3 night
The plunge pool (available from Easter to the end of
October) at the complex is available to guests with a single payment of £30
per stay to the site owner .
Price includes full central heating and electricity, bed linen,
towels and T towels.
Ironing facilities and hairdryer are available in the
cottage. There is a washing machine available in the laundry room of the holiday
Bookings are confirmed on receipt of £50
Arrival from 4pm and departure by 10am.
One medium sized or 2 small well behaved dogs welcomed - downstairs only
and not permitted on the furniture.
No smoking inside the cottage.
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.
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.
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
Online booking - add start date and click the button below to
make £50 deposit by PayPal or by card
Please complete the ONLINE BOOKING FORM after making your payment.
The dates in blue are available
The dates in blue are available
The dates in blue are
2 night break-26 and 27 August at £150
The post code is SA45 9TQ
Directions: From the A487 at Llanarth, turn on to the B4342 towards New Quay. Continue until you enter New Quay where you will pass the entrance to the Quay West Holiday Park on your right. You will then pass the entrance to a small estate on the right called Cwm Halen. Just past this you will see Penrhiwpistyll Lane branching off on the left. Drive up the hill, go around the first left hand bend and continue until the road bends to the right. Turn left here into the grounds of the holiday complex.
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.