Positioned just a pebble's throw from the beach, with views across Cardigan Bay, along the west coast of Wales, is number 5 Morfagwyn.
This ground floor apartment is styled with a luxurious feel throughout, ideal for couples looking to escape everyday life and indulge a healthy seaside break.
Step straight into the open-plan kitchen/diner, which boasts a wonderful outlook from the front window to the blue horizon beyond.
There is a nicely appointed kitchen with modern fittings, where you can rustle up a romantic diner or cook a hearty breakfast together before an adventure to the Ceredigion Coastal Path.
Next, the lounge offers a soothing space to curl up in front of the TV before retiring to the bright double bedroom, displaying a coastal theme.
The bathroom plays host to a shower over the bath, with a slate grey, tiled finish.
Outside you have your very own allocated parking space and a shared, open lawn area at the front overlooking the water.
Stroll to the beach along the path leading from the cottage and bask on golden sands with a cool sea breeze.
Tide dependent, you can walk right into the town from the beach to find a variety of shops, tea rooms and pubs serving delicious food and drinks.
Take a boat trip to catch glimpses of the dolphin's inhabiting the bay, weather permitting, as birds fly overhead.
Don't forget to take your camera for the perfect snapshot of some rare wildlife.
You can try many water sports in season and there is plenty of walking and cycling routes in the area.
Aberaeron is a thriving harbour town close by, with more amenities and scenery to explore and Devil's Bridge Falls, a renowned attraction in Mid-Wales.
Make the most of the relaxing atmosphere, beautiful beaches and nature trails and consider a stay at Morfagwyn.
About the location
Lampeter 12 miles; Cardigan 20 miles; Aberystwyth 24 miles.
This delightful seaside town is one of the most popular holiday resorts all year round, and it is easy to see why when you stroll along the sea edge and enjoy the beautiful views.
The lovely range of gift shops, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs offer all you need, while boat trips are a wonderful opportunity to spot the playful dolphins, seals and other rare animals and birds that inhabit the bay's sheltering waters.
For the hands-on members of your party why not try sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, and power boating with expert tuition available? The famous poet, Dylan Thomas, penned many works with inspiration in New Quay including "Quite Early One Morning" and you can follow the Dylan Thomas trail around the town.
Just 7 miles away is Aberaeron, a lively Georgian harbour town with multi-coloured cottages and a good selection of restaurants and inns.
This wonderful area of Wales not only has stunning sandy beaches, but also beautiful countryside walks and the outstanding Devil's Bridge is world-renowned for the three bridges, the narrow gauge steam railway and the cascading waterfalls.
A perfect base for wonderful holidays, all year round..