Dragon's Eye - Llygad y Ddraig

New Quay, Pembrokeshire & West Wales

  • With its rotating circular bed and welcoming woodburner, the Dragon's Eye offers a truly unique get-away for couples amongst the beauty of West Wales.

You can book this property from:

  • £395 per week
  • £56 per night
  • 2 Guests
  • 1 Bedroom
  • No Pets
  • No WiFi
  • Private Parking


Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 1 king/super-king bed


  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Freezer


  • 1 bathroom
  • 1 WC
  • Towels provided
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Wet room
  • Shower


  • Garden, courtyard or patio
  • Outdoor storage
  • Barbecue
  • Private parking

How far to ...?

  • Beach 6 miles
  • Pub 1.4 miles
  • Shop 4.5 miles

Special Features

  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Games room
  • Hot tub
  • Welcome pack
  • Countryside views
  • Lake views

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Watersports
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Pony trekking/horse riding


  • Ground floor WC
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Wet room

Important - please note

House Rules

  • Check in: 15:00
  • Check out: 10:00


The beautiful Dragon's Eye wakes up once more, to a beautiful lake view in the heart of West Wales countryside. As featured on Channel 4's 'Cabins in the Wild' series, this award-winning cabin offers a truly unique opportunity to see Wales through its legendary eye. With stainless steel shingles resembling a dragon’s scales, this beautifully presented glamping unit will really fire your imagination.

Relax on the large rotating bed and enjoy a stunning view of the beautiful Welsh landscape (night and day) through the full height glass ‘eye’ or from your elevated patio. Or cwtch up in the warmth of the wood burner while protected from the elements by the sheep’s wool insulation. End the day with a hot shower in the walk-in wet room then turn the bed around from the world so that the dragon can sleep tight.

Main features include...

  • Large rotating bed with a view (bed linen, hand and bath towels provided)
  • Welcome pack on arrival includes a special selection of home-made Welsh delicacies.
  • Living area with wood burner and hob (logs provided for the wood burner). Seat on one side, sumptuous bed on the other.
  • Portable gas camping stove and kitchen sink. Cutlery, plates and glasses, kettle and crockery all provided.
  • Additional, roofed communal area with seating on site (shared with 3 pods and 1 other cabin) that features a pizza oven and fridge. Large, shared freezer also provided in the games room.
  • USB and standard socket available in the cabin. Electricity included.
  • En-suite facilities (shower, basin and compost toilet). Additional shower and toilet facilities also available on site.
  • Elevated lakeside patio with seating to enjoy the extensive countryside views.
  • No pets or smoking inside
  • Guests can also use the shared laundry room on site with washer/dryer, drying area and secure bike storage.
  • Shared hot tub on site

Dragon's Eye is one of eight cabins which were the focus of the Channel 4 / Netflix documentary 'Cabins in the Wild'. With a boat and canoes to relax on the lake, the option of fishing and access to a shared hot tub, games room and pizza oven, there is plenty to do on site. Dragon's Eye also provides a great base to explore nearby Cardigan Bay and its wide range of attractions as well as the Cambrian Mountains.


Area Information

Dragon's Eye offers a truly unique and inspirational get-away for couples. From its beautiful lakeside setting on a family farm in West Wales, you can admire the stunning countryside views from the elevated patio, from your rotating circular bed or whilst lounging in front of the wood burner. You can also enjoy the communal facilities on site, including a hot tub, games room, dining area with a pizza oven and a separate unit with shower and toilet facilities, shared with 1 other cabin and 3 small pods. Dragon's Eye is closest to the lake.

The nearest village pub (Gilfach Inn) can be found in Mydroilyn, 1.5 miles, whilst Bardsey View bar and restaurant is 2.2 miles. The neighbouring village of Llanarth (4.5 miles) has a village shop and pub / restaurant (Llanina Arms). Cardigan Bay's nearest beach (Cei Bach) is less than 6 miles and the picturesque seaside resort of New Quay is just 7 miles, where you will find a wide range of mouth-watering restaurants, cafes etc. It is also home to a lovely Blue Flag sandy beach and bottle nosed dolphins, porpoise and seals which reside in Cardigan Bay. A 12 mile journey inland brings you to the rural town of Lampeter, also known as the smallest university town in the whole of Wales and the British Isles.

Cardigan Bay has something for everyone, with its pretty little resorts and stretches of spectacular Heritage Coastland. The Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron lies 8 miles to the north. 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.

Travel on the narrow-gauge Vale of Rheidol Railway from Aberystwyth and experience the waterfalls at Devil's Bridge or visit the ruins at Strata Florida Abbey, near Pontrhydfendigaid in the Cambrian Mountains. Dragon's Eye is the perfect base, whether you wish to explore the wonders of Wales, or choose to relax in the comfort of your cabin whilst admiring the beautiful surroundings.


New Quay Beach is expansive, sandy and well protected from the breeze. This blue flag beach (Harbour Beach) is very popular during the summer months. 7.5 miles

Cei Bach is a lovely beach, much quieter than New Quay beach. 5.8 miles

Water Sports

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 7.5 miles

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. Limited parking. 16.4 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: 7.5 miles


Trout lake on site, perfect for a spot of fly, lure or bait fishing.

There is superb sea fishing all around the New Quay area, 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. 7.5 miles

Coarse fishing -many lakes and river including Llanarth Coarse Fishery. 5.4 miles

Game fishing – River Teifi is one of the UK’s most famous Salmon rivers.

Pony Trekking

Horse riding is available at a few locations including Gilfach yr Halen, Llwyncelyn. 6.5 miles.


Cwmrhydneuadd Golf Club 9-Hole Public Course Par 31. The golf course is open all year round and is very rarely closed by the weather and normally there is no need to book. 11.6 miles

Penros Golf Club 150 acres of lush green countryside in the Wyre Valley in West Wales. 15.8 miles


Many trails and quiet local roads in the area making superb cycling. Lôn Teifi runs between Aberystwyth and Fishguard, part of National Route 82 of the National Cycle Network. The 98 mile (158km) cycle route follows country lanes and minor roads along the valley of the River Teifi, through the rural towns of Tregaron, Lampeter, Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan before reaching Fishguard on the West Wales coast. 14 miles