The unique and contemporary Ty Cwch is ideal for those who want to combine their stay by the beautiful Welsh coast with outdoor activities.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 3 nights high season
In the secluded cove of Cwmtydu in Ceredigion is the unique and contemporary boathouse of Ty Cwch. Located on the Welsh Coast Path between Llangrannog and New Quay and with easy access to the beach, this is the perfect place for those who love the water to escape.
Using locally sourced or recycled materials wherever possible, this unique and environmentally conscious accommodation has the ideal facilities for those looking to combine their stay with outdoor activities. Situated where the Afon Ffynnon Ddewi River meets the sea, it is easy to launch kayaks and small boats and is excellent for fishing and swimming.
The self-catering property sleeps up to 12 guests and is a haven for those returning from adventures. The expansive and open-plan ground floor is the social hub of Ty Cwch and with large doors, durable wooden flooring, and sail roofs it is perfectly suited for bringing the outside in. There is a well equipped kitchen and large communal dining table, which flows into the living area with comfortable and versatile sofas and benches. There’s music, games, and Wi-Fi for entertainment, along with facilities for washing and drying clothes.
On the first floor are the bedrooms, with three sleeping pods that are fully heated and therefore always remain warm and cosy even when the weather outside isn’t. Each pod has four bunks and they all share two shower rooms and WCs. There are also two external showers for those wanting to clean up after a day out.
Outside is a decked area with an infra-red patio heater, along with a garden with a large fire pit. Of course, the spectacular location on the Cardigan Heritage Coast is the real highlight of Ty Cwch, with a beautiful landscape filled with wildlife, walks, secluded beaches, and the largest population of bottlenose dolphins in Europe!
While there is the sea on one side, Cwmtydu also sits at the mouth of a quiet valley where there is plenty more to discover. Also nearby are the market towns of Newcastle Emlyn and Lampeter, along with several National Trust properties. For those who like a tipple, there is a gin distillery near Llandsul, Gwinllan Llaethiw Vineyard near Aberaeron, and several micro-breweries.
Walking distance, if you can manage 4 miles!
We also work with an activities company who will tailor their activities to whatever you want to do. Also kayaking, paddleboarding, foraging.
Cardiff Airport - 2hrs 15mins
FRI & MON - CHANGE OVER
Min 2 nights
Min 3 nights ( all of July & Aug )
The cheapest way to hire ty Cwch is by the Cabin
Price per cabin per night £120 – each cabin sleeps 4,
There are 3 cabins and the total number of beds available is 12
Price for 2 cabins per night is £240
Price for 3 cabins per night is £360
Booking by the cabin means that you might be sharing ty Cwch with other people.
If you want exclusive use there are small party discounts available as from (8/7/19)
Price per night £300 - sleeping 7-8 (discount £60)
Price per night £280 - sleeping 5-6 (discount £80)
Price per night £270 - sleeping 3-4 (discount £90)
Price per night £260 - sleeping 1-2 (discount £100)
** Length of stay discount after 4 nights - 10%**
From Previous Guests
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We took our first holiday in two years at Ty Cwch- what a fabulous experience! The 3 sleeping pods were a perfect fit for the extended 3 family group. We made full use of the dining area & lounge, with perfect weather the doors were forever open providing views of the beautiful heritage coast. The secluded beach is 200yds from the building & suited our family perfectly. During the day the beach is lively & in the early evening it was pretty much ours alone. We would recommend a stay at Ty Cwch to families of all ages...unbeatable for a staycation & frankly speaking beats many foreign holiday destinations; hands down!
Stayed May 2021
Cwmtydu is a beautiful spot in West Wales, and Nigel's accommodation is wonderful! The kitchen has everything you need, and the cabins are cosy with really comfy mattresses (I slept like a log!) The views from the coastal path to New Quay were breath taking. Nigel was a great host, checking in via text to make sure everything was ok. We will definitely be back!
Stayed April 2021
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