3 storey Beach side Town house great views over Cardigan Bay

3 storey Beach side Town house great views over Cardigan Bay


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Lovely renovated Victorian 3 storey beach house with great views over Cardigan Bay - perfect for sunsets. A stone's throw from the beach and fishing/sailing harbour in architectural gem of Georgian harbour town.
Seaside stylish house - with Aga, slate floor, designer kitchen, all 3 double bedrooms with new tiled ensuites and an additional shower ensuite on the ground floor for showering after the beach.
Sheltered garden from patio doors. Wood burner in lounge, dining room and breakfast bar in the kitchen. DIshwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, wifi. Bikes and tennis rackets provided. Would suit a family or a couple wanting a relaxing holiday in West Wales.
Great for walking Wales' coastal path - north and south - from the doorstep. Aberaeron's Harbourmaster hotel for food and drink is minutes away on foot.
Boat trips from New Quay for dolphin spotting.
The centre of the town is only 5 minutes by foot - small independent stores, good fish shops, butcher, delis, cake shop, health food shop.
Good parking outside the house.


More about us

  1. Welsh couple who love travelling

  2. We're in hotel/restaurant trade so love food and wine

  3. Our stylish, relaxed house reflects the kind of places we like - design, views and comfort

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Lots of choice. Just walk around the harbour to the Harbourmaster for food and drink - watch the sunset on the harbour wall with a glass of wine in your hand.
Cool bars
Aforementioned Harbourmaster, The Cadwgan for good real ale in a traditional pub, The Hive on the Quay has live music on a Friday night.
Cozy cafés
The Hive on the Quay
Retail therapy
Wander the streets lots of independent shops to take your money.
Bit of culture
Llanerchaeron National Trust House - 3 miles
Walks in the park
Walk the Wales Coastal Path
Spot of exercise
Run, cycle, walk, tennis
Day tripping
New Quay, Cei Bach and the beaches of Cardigan Bay

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