- £360 per week
- £51 per night
- 5 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 3 single beds
- Washing machine
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Enclosed garden or courtyard
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to ...?
- Beach 1 mile
- Pub 0.5 miles
- Shop 1 mile
- Sea or coastal views
- Pony trekking/horse riding
- On one level, no stairs
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Important - please note
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
Awelon is a homely, spacious West Wales holiday cottage, located one mile from the fishing village of New Quay, sometimes described as 'the jewel in the crown of the West Wales coast'. The area is famous for its bottlenose dolphins and picturesque coastal villages. Within walking distance to the village pub, the cottage has an enclosed garden and beautiful coastal views.
The large kitchen/diner is fully equipped with oven and hob, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and toaster.
The lounge has comfortable seating for 6, TV with DVD player and a patio door opening to the rear lawn.
This West Wales holiday cottage has 3 bedrooms: one twin, one double and one 4ft single bed. There are wardrobes, dressing tables, independent bedside lamps and convector heating in all three bedrooms. Family bathroom has a bath with electric shower over, WC and wash basin.
Awelon also has an utility room with sink unit and washing machine and a separate toilet.
There is a large lawned area surrounding the cottage with garden furniture and barbecue.
Tea towels are supplied.
Bed linen, hand and bath towels also included.
Heating and electricity included.
Private, off road parking available.
Large garage available for storage of bicycles, kayaks etc and hanging space for wet suit drying.
No pets or smoking.
Awelon is double glazed and has economy 7 heating
Super spot above New Quay, away from crowds. Quiet, everything you need. Especially good for coastal path walks and the beach at Cei Bach. Also fab for glutes etc climbing up the hill from the beach. There is also a beautiful tree-lined path that is less steep than the road. Saw porpoises in New Quay and dolphins in Mwnt. Definitely recommended.
The pictures don’t do the property justice. The standard of cleanliness was excellent. Wonderful views from the garden. Would definitely stay again.
This detached bungalow is within walking distance of the village pub and grocery store in the little village of Maenygroes, one mile from the picturesque seaside town of New Quay on the West Wales coastline. Its golden sandy beaches and sheltered harbour makes New Quay a delight to visit at any time of year. New Quay remains one of the favourite holiday destinations of thousands of people from Wales each year. For many families, taking holidays at New Quay is a tradition stretching back for generations. The cottage is also only four miles from the National Trust cove at Cwmtydu.
Cardigan Bay, which is dotted with pretty little resorts and stretches of spectacular Heritage Coastland, is home to bottlenose dolphins, porpoises and seals. The Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron lies 9 miles north of this West Wales holiday cottage. This architectural gem is full of interest. There's a Sea Aquarium, the famous Harbourmaster Restaurant and the National Trust's Llanerchaeron estate. Travel inland from Aberaeron to the Teifi Valley. A favourite with visitors is Cenarth Falls, a famous beauty spot.
From Aberystwyth travel on the narrow-gauge Vale of Rheidol Railway to experience the waterfalls at Devil's Bridge or visit the ruins at Strata Florida Abbey, near Pontrhydfendigaid in the Cambrian mountains. This West Wales holiday cottage is central for touring Wales and ideal for pursuits such as angling, sailing, birdwatching, cycling and walking.
New Quay Beach expansive, sandy and well protected from the breeze, this blue flag beach (Harbour Beach) is very popular during the summer months. 1 mile
Cei Bach lovely beach, much quieter than New Quay beach. 2 miles
You can choose from dinghy sailing, yacht cruising, power boating, windsurfing and kayaking with both short sessions and longer courses suitable for all levels and abilities Cardigan Bay Watersports 1 mile
Tresaith is set in a small sheltered sandy bay named after the River Saith which cascades as a waterfall over the cliffs to the beach. The beach has a slipway and is a popular sailing destination. An excellent beach for watersports - wide and sandy, but limited parking. 13 miles
The Ceredigion Coast Path links together a treasury of environmental, natural and heritage assets within one of the most scenic coastal areas of Wales: 1 mile
There is superb fishing all around the New Quay Area:
Sea Fishing - The harbour wall remains a popular venue for children. The area is also renowned as a UK bass hotspot. Boats available from the New Quay harbour, bookings taken on the quay. 1 mile
Coarse fishing -many lakes and river including Llanarth Coarse Fishery. 3 miles
Cardigan Golf Club is a fine championship course measuring 6687 yards, Par 72, SSS 73. 22 miles
The 34km (21 mile) Ystwyth Trail connects Aberystwyth, on the shore of Ceredigion's Bay, with Tregaron in the northern Teifi Valley. 18 miles
Horse riding is available in a few locations including Gilfach yr Halen Llwyncelyn. 4.8 miles