4 Bedroom, 3 bathroom, family cottage with sea views
- english, french
Why Pierre Grigorian chose New Quay
We've holidayed in New Quay for many years and my wife and two daughters still really enjoy spending as much time as possible there. The property is part of Barham House, which was a retired Sea Captains residence built in the 1930's. Unlike many older seaside properties it is light and airy and a pleasure to spend time in.
What makes this House unique
The most stunning aspect of the property are the views, which must be the most spectacular views in New Quay, and are truly world class. The elevated position provides breathtaking views over New Quay, and the whole of the beautiful Cardigan Bay with the backdrop of the Welsh mountains. On clear days you can see Snowdonia and the entire Lleyn Peninsula of North Wales
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
No smoking inside the cottage.
Sorry, no pets.
A travel cot can be provided on request.
Minimum age of primary renter:18
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Lovely owners just a few little quibbles over the mould in downstairs bedroom and the bunk bed mattresses being able to feel all the springs .so had to put a duvet on top other than that a lovely place to stay
Thanks for leaving a great review. We were mortified to find out about some mould, but did appreciate you letting us know so we could rectify it. We've never had that issue before and have sorted it all out . Please accept my sincere apologies and I'm glad to hear that it didn't affect your enjoyment of everything else.
Also, let me assure all future guests that this was a one off and will never happen again. The property is modern, well insulated, has damp proof cavity walls, and damp proof membranes. We suspect this incident had been caused by unusually high humidity climatic conditions, combined with lack of air movement which is unusual.
A week in wales for 2 families
A lovely house with great views of the sea. Nice large bedrooms and very nicely fitted bathrooms, 3 in total. The house is very spacious with a good kitchen if you want to cook, and nice large dining room table for dinner and games. There is a downhill footpath into the centre of New Quay which takes less than 10 mins to reach town, where there is a good if slightly small supermarket, pubs and restaurants. The owner lives nearby and made himself available for any questions which was very handy , and left us alone for the remainder of the holiday. I would definitely recommend this property for a summer holiday break.
Beautiful views and lovely property.
A fabulous location with panoramic views. Ideal property for a large family or friends holidaying together. Highly recommended.
We had a lovely time. It’s a good location and the view from the terrace is beautiful.
Straight forward booking process and informative and helpful owner.
We had a fantastic holiday. The house is well furnished with everything thought of. The information provided by Pierre was the most comprehensive I’ve come across. The photos just don’t do justice to the views from the decking, amazing.
Pierre and his wife weren’t at their neighbouring property until the last day but we’re very friendly.
Would definitely recommend.
Fantastic property with modern accessories and fittings throughout. Highly recommend.
Many thanks. Was a real pleasure having you guys stay here.
New Quay is the jewel in the crown of the West Wales coast, with beautiful scenery, a charming town with many restaurants and blue flag beaches.
It is particularly well know for its rich marine wildlife, such as the bottlenose dolphins, harbour porpoises and seals. These can be seen from the house, the harbour wall and there are also many boat tours during the summer months of which Seamor is highly recommended.
New Quay is located along the Ceredigion coastal path route, where you can walk to Aberearon to the North (3 hours) or Cymtyddu in the South (2 hours), or even further. The walk is not overly strenuous although there are some steep climbs and the views are stunning.
Further afield, the scenic Georgian town of Aberearon is worth visiting, and there are plenty of local interest sites such as the Honey Farm, or pottery painting in Peapod junction nearby.