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Cei Bach Country Club
"not a bad site, not a lot to do now the pub and restaurant have closed, the pub to a house and the restaurant to a games room. and ..." More

Cei Bach Country Club
"My review on Cei Bach Country Club Touring and Camping Park. We stayed here over Whitsun holiday for 3 nights in a tent. We couldnt get electric hook up but ..." More

Wern Mill Camping
"we really like the site very quite and very relaxing to get to the beaches was only a 10 min walk as a family it was the best hoilday we ..." More

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New Quay (Cae Newydd) on the Cambrian coast of west Wales lies 20 miles south of Aberystwyth and 18 miles north of Cardigan. This small town (population 1115) is a popular tourist destination in summer. Its sheltered harbour, overlooking Cardigan Bay with contrasting views towards majestic Snowdonia, is surrounded by narrow, terraced streets with interesting shops and galleries. The safe beaches are a delight for sunbathers and beachcombers alike. Wildlife enthusiasts can spot bottlenose dolphins, grey seals and the sometimes elusive Red kites. Why not take a boat trip along this stretch of marine heritage coast? Dylan Thomas lived here for nine months in 1944 and many believe that the “cliff perched town at the far end of Wales” spoken of in Under Milk Wood is indeed New Quay. Heading inland takes you towards the Plynlimon Mountains where traces of the old workings of the lead and silver mines can still be found. There is something to delight the senses at any time of year but it is particularly enjoyable to support the small music festival held at the beginning of August; the proceeds go to supporting local charities. Glastonbury it isn’t but do you really want it to be?

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Resort Beach

Camping

Cei Bach Country Club
Llanarth Fishery
Wern Mill Camping

Cottage

Brynfa
Four Seasons
Ty Twt

Doctor

The Surgery

Holiday Park

Bardsey View Holiday Park
New Quay Vale Holiday Park
Penlon Vale Holiday Park
Quay West Holiday Park
Village Holiday Park (The)

Pub and Bar

Black Lion Hotel
Dolau Inn
Penrhiwllan Inn
Sea Horse Inn
Wellington Inn

Restaurant

Port Of Call
Royal India Brasserie

Tiffanys Restaurant
Watch House Restaurant

School

Ysgol Ceinewydd

Solicitor

G Hughes Solicitors

Activities

Sea Bass Safaris(Fishing)

Places to Stay near New Quay

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Beechwood House (2.87 miles)

Beechwood House
Beechwood is a four star B and B conveniently situated between Aberaeron and New Quay in the small village of Llanarth. Very tastefully furnished to a high standard, you will have a true Welsh welcome ... More | visit website
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Lima House (4.55 miles)

Lima House
Lima House like many of the grade 2 listed buildings in Aberaeron was built around 1850. Many of the houses in the town are named after ships that were built there and Lima House is ... More | visit website
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Monachty Hotel (4.88 miles)

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The Monachty Hotel is a friendly Inn in the centre of Aberaeron. Overlooking the River Aeron to the rear, you can sit and relax on our terrace with a ... More

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Castle Hotel (4.89 miles)

Castle Hotel
The Castle Hotel offers the finest selection of food and drinks from it's Bar and Restaurant together with newly refurbished accommodation makes this the perfect place for your stay in Wales. We have 6 ... More | visit website
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Feathers Royal Hotel (5.01 miles)

Feathers Royal Hotel

The Feathers Royal Hotel has a strong tradition of hospitality. As the focal point of the picturesque Georgian seaside harbour town of Aberaeron on the beautiful Cardigan Bay Coast, the hotel was originally built in ... More | visit website

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Ty Gwyn Guesthouse (5.45 miles)

Ty Gwyn Guesthouse

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Tŷ Gwyn Guest House offers 4 star bed and breakfast accommodation in Aberaeron. Situated just a few hundred metres from the sea, Tŷ Gwyn boasts 3 en-suite bedrooms, a spacious ... More

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Ffynnon Fendigaid Country B&B (7.01 miles)

Ffynnon Fendigaid Country B&B
Ffynnon Fendigaid is an old Welsh stone farmhouse dating back to 1775. Located in rolling countryside and only two miles from blue flag sandy beaches and the coastal path which runs the length of Ceredigion. ... More | visit website
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TyGlyn (7.37 miles)

TyGlyn
Welcome to TyGlyn. Set in the heart of Ceredigion, located in an unspoilt area with magnificent views down the Aeron valley. An independent family-owned business, the TyGlyn prides itself on its competitive prices, friendly, informal ... More | visit website
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Penbontbren Luxury Bed and Breakfast (7.92 miles)

Penbontbren Luxury Bed and Breakfast
Penbontbren Luxury Bed and Breakfast in West Wales is nestled in 32 acres of grounds, surrounded by Welsh countryside with views towards the Preseli mountains and only 2 miles from wonderful national trust beaches.
With 5 ... More | visit website
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Ty Mawr Mansion Country House (7.93 miles)

Ty Mawr Mansion Country House

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Winner of the AA Guest Accommodation Award for Wales for 2007-2008Beautifully restored Country House in 12 acres of Grounds. Luxurious bedrooms and bathrooms. All rooms have free broadand access, LCD ... More

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