Large Self Catering House - New Quay, West Wales | Rhianfa

This luxury child friendly house sleeps 10, has a playroom, terraced garden & fabulous sea views. Stone's throw from beach, restaurants, boat trips & much more

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Large Self Catering House - New Quay, West Wales

A large self catering house in the delightful resort of New Quay, West Wales. Just a stone's throw from an award winning beach, cafes, restaurants and bars. This child friendly self catering has a playroom, terraced garden & fabulous sea views. Take a boat trip to explore the full delights of Cardigan Bay, go fishing for mackerel and remember to keep an eye out for those dolphins.

Lower Ground Floor

This large self catering house has a big playroom with DVD, games and toys.

Ground Floor

Lounge with gas fire, SKY TV and sea views. Dining room with gas fire, Fully-equipped brand new kitchen (fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, tumble dryer etc). 1 bathroom with shower and WC. Doors to terraced garden with fabulous views of Cardigan Bay.

First Floor

Bedroom 1 & 2 both have 1 King size double bed.

Bedroom 3 - 1 single bed.

Second bathroom (inc bath and shower)

Utility and laundry room

Second Floor

Bedroom 4 - Bunk bed

Bedroom 5 - 3 single beds

Garden

Terraced garden with seating, offering fabulous views of Cardigan Bay.

Additional Information

Please contact us before booking if within 2 weeks of start date. Late bookings are not always possible.

Please note there is a refundable damages bond required of £100 (pre-auth on payment card during booking)

Bed linen and towels included.

Heating and electricity included.

Child friendly self catering with travel cot, high chair and pullout single that can be moved into any room. Please bring your own cot bedding.

Rhianfa also has a store of body boards and beach equipment, so you won't have to bring any of these things with you.

No pets or smoking.

1 parking space outside the cottage. Additional cars can either be parked in free spaces along the street (quiet side-road) or in the car park (150m).

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  • 4 star
  • Sleeps up to 10
  • 5 bedrooms: 2 kings, 1 single, 1 triple, 1 bunk
  • Baby friendly
    Enclosed garden
    Games room
    Shop / pub within 1 mile
    VIP experience
    Within 5 miles to beach
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  • Testimonials

    In 15 years of coming to Newquay and visiting several other houses this is by far the most impressive house. It is wonderfully decorated and has a feeling of home straightaway - a real pleasure and joy to stay there....thank you The Wellington pub serves excellent food and great portion size. The Lime Crab is also good - lovely food and chips not greasy. The Penwig is a good family pub and nice meals, The Dolau is more of a "real" pub,very friendly staff and a beer garden outside. For beaches if looking to go further a field, try Tresaith beach,parking is restricted but there is a field at the top with an honesty box for all day parking, it is worth the extra as the beach is sandy and there is a waterfall round the headland. Mwnt beach is good but does have a lot of steps down on to it so maybe better for young families.
    Lindsay and Family, Aug 2015

    We very much enjoyed our stay in Rianfa, the children especially like the basement play room.

    The Black Lion has good free Wifi for customers and a good outdoor play area for children if the weather permits. The Penwig Hotel has good food, the Sea Bream was excellent. The Seahorse is always friendly and welcoming. Folly Farm, (down towards Tenby) is a good day out for the children, with plenty of things to see and do, Aberaeron is always worth a visit.
    Family from Lancashire, Jun 2015

    An amazing home from home. Stunning views and so close to the beach.

    The games room provided great entertainment on rainy days. A perfect holiday home, we will be booking our return visit very soon.


    The local pubs and restaurants provide an excellent variety of food. The Mariners chip shop is worth a visit for its beautiful fish. And no visit would be complete without trying some of the fabulous ice cream on offer in Newquay
    Kerry from Brighton , Sep 2014

    Very comfortable for all family including three generations. Beautifully furnished and accessorised

    Recommend Manuka restaurant in Aberaeron for a special occasion
    Family from Wales, Aug 2014

    The location of the property is fantastic and the views outstanding.

    A lovely family holiday with three generations and several friends. Weather was better than the forecast and we enjoyed pottering around on the beach and days out. It was our second holiday in this property and we hope to be back again.


    Aberaeron is a lovely place to visit with a some good restaurants (the Harbourmaster is a treat), some good shops and a deli. Mwnt and Cwmtydu are worth the drive down the twisty lanes, as is Llangrannog.
    Family from Cardiff, Aug 2014