New Quay Cottage - set near the beautiful Cei Bach beach

New Quay Cottage - set near the beautiful Cei Bach beach | Bwthyn Cei Newydd

New Quay Cottage is a superb base for a family holiday activities nearby include dolphin watching trips, beaches, walking, fishing, cycling and watersports

New Quay Cottage - set near the beautiful Cei Bach beach

Set near the beautiful Cei Bach Beach, this New Quay Cottage is a superb base for a family holiday with many activities nearby including amazing dolphin watching trips, walking, fishing, cycling and watersports.

As the owners run a farm nearby guests are welcome to arrange a visit and tour around the farm and even help milk the cows ( the childen love this!).

Ground Floor

Lounge / Diner – Open plan lounge and diner area with comfy sofas - perfect to relax into after a day at the beach or walking. Electric fire, Freeview TV, DVD player, radio and CD player. The dining table seats 6.

Kitchen – fully equipped with oven, hob, washing machine, fridge and freezer, kettle, microwave and toaster.

Master bedroom – King sized bed with patio doors opening out onto rear garden.

Bedroom 2 – Double bedroom

Bedroom 3 – Twin bedroom with wardrobe and chest of drawers.

Bathroom – WC, bidet and bath with separate shower.


Fully enclosed garden with table, chairs and BBQ. Garden on all sides of the house, perfect for enjoying the sun all day long. Secure storage area in garage for bikes or other equipment.

Additional Information
  • Bed linen, hand and bath towels included
  • Electricity and heating (oil central heating) included
  • Secure bike storage
  • No Pets and no smoking
  • Cot and high chair available on request
  • More than 48 hours notice required for booking - please call if wishing to book to arrive within 48 hours
  • Wi-fi included

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  • 4 star What does a grading mean?
  • Sleeps up to 6
  • 3 bedroooms : 1 King, 1 double, 1 twin
  • Baby friendly
    Enclosed garden
    Ground floor bedroom(s)
    Shop / pub within 1 mile
    Wi-fi / Internet
    Within 5 miles to beach
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    Popeth yn hawdd ac yn gyfleus i'm rhieni oedranus. Croeso cynnes gan y perchennog, hoffi'r ffaith bod coffi, te, bara, wyau ffres a baras brith wedi eu gadael i'w defnyddio fel rhan o'r croeso.
    Argymhellion: Llwybr yr arfordir a'r trefi glan mor prydferth.
    Everything was easy and convenient for the elderly. A warm welcome from the owner, like the fact there was coffee, tea, bread, fresh eggs and 'Bara Brith' left for us to use as part of the wecome.
    Recommendations: The coastal path and pretty sea side towns.
    Family from Rhuthun, Sep 2016

    I would like to let you know how comfortable we were at Bwthyn Cei Newydd. It was a "home from home", clean, comfortable and cosy. Met all our needs and Mrs Mair Jones was extremely helpful.
    Shirley from Abingdon, Sep 2016

    A very enjoyable stay with our adult children. The accommodation was clean comfortable and well appointed. The excellent internet connection was much appreciated, particularly by our autistic son for whom it is a sine qua non! It was the perfect base for walks and nature watching (Dolphins, Seal pup, red kites, cows, sheep, squirrels... ). Everything was great. Recommend the Blue Bell cafe in New Quay and the brilliant Imperial Tandoori which is superb family run classic Indian Restaurants. (Ordered twice in a week!) The Lime Crab is the best place for Fish and Chips and the Mariners is ideal for a proper fry up breakfast. The presence of local RNLI staff tucking in was the best advert for the place!
    Seb from London, Sep 2016

    This was booked last minute and we (husband and I) had a lovely time in the bungalow as there was plenty of room and it was a great base for our walking. New Quay is nearby - within walking distance along the beach when the tide is out - and there are lots of other little places on the coastal path. We saw dolphins and seals from the harbour wall at New Quay and from the coastal path near Gwbert. Great views from the Blue Bell cafe/bistro if sitting upstairs. Cardigan is not too far and worth a visit, so too is St David's if you want to explore even farther afield. Northwards Aberystwyth is 20 miles away and a lovely town. There is so much to do in West Wales and the scenery and wildlife is stunning.
    Janet from Nantwich, Sep 2016

    Homely, clean and lovely garden. Enclosed and safe for our toddler to play in. Perfect location to nearby towns and villages. The local beach is idyllic and a 5 minute walk.
    Recommendations: Visit the local beach. Aberaeron is a 10 minute drive and is a beautiful village. New quay is about 15 minutes away and you can go dolphin spotting.
    Family from Greater Manchester, Sep 2016