This family sized holiday home is in a beautiful location just 50 metres from the shoreline of the Ceredigion coast in the hamlet of Cwmtydu between New Quay and Llangrannog. A paradise for walkers and birdwatchers, with close proximity to cliff walks.
Set in fourteen acres of landscaped grounds overlooking the breathtaking Ceredigion coast and countryside, just minutes from picturesque New Quay, we offer a choice of holiday caravans as well as pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents.
Brynonnen offers you a haven of tranquility and comfort. It is located near the seaside resort of New Quay. The Heritage coastal path is nearby, and therefore ample opportunity to explore the treasures that the coastline has to offer.
Cardigan Bay Holiday Park is just 300 yards from the golden sands of Poppit Beach, Pembrokeshire. Indoor tropical pool with retractable roof, hot tubs, bar, shop and wifi on site. Two or three bedroom caravans and cottages.
Willerby Granada 38x12x3. Beautiful, immaculate modern caravan on coastal farm park equidistant from New Quay and Aberaeron. Perfect holiday retreat for families or couples with direct access to the safe and sandy Blue Flag beach of Cei Bach.
A beautiful Grade 2 listed building in the heart of Cardigan town with its historic buildings and interesting history. The Custom House Shop and Gallery has a vast range of furniture, art and home accessories by artists and makers based in Wales.
Idyllic, luxurious Victorian cottage overlooking Cardigan Bay. Stunning kitchen, bathroom, elegant lounge and free wifi internet access. Watch dolphins from the private bay view terrace as you barbecue. Enjoy this truly magical unspoilt county.
Sheltered within the Mid-West Wales coastline, Clarach Bay Holiday Village is a family run business offering caravan holidays in Wales, on-site entertainment, its own private beach and relaxation in one of Wales' most stunning locations.
A peaceful, family run site, overlooking Cardigan Bay. We are 4 miles north of the market town of Cardigan and half a mile from the exquisite National Trust beach of Mwnt, which can be reached via a bridle path from the site.