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Towyn Hall

New Quay, Mid Wales & Cardigan Bay (Ref. 1004653)



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  • Icon/Feature/Hot Tub Hot tub
  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/By the sea Seaside
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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19 Customer Reviews

  • "Absolutely loved this cottage."

    Hot tub was an added bonus. Welcome pack which included bread, milk and Prosecco was fantastic. Kitchen well equipped. Really couldn’t fault it. Extremely sad to hear that the property is up for sale, would definitely be looking to have returned

    Reviewed by ClairOct 2021

  • "New Quay is a great little town."

    Towyn Hall is a lovely house, Ruth the host is very generous and accommodating. Amazing welcome pack. Enjoyed the hot tub. Fair walk back up the hill but we made it 2 or 3 times a day. Plenty of nice places to eat nearby. Would definitely recommend

    Reviewed by SusanOct 2021

  • "We had a fantastic stay, Ruth and Terry was soon with us if we had any problems."

    The cakes, pastries and bread they left us when we arrived was fantastic. If your ok walking up a steep hill I would highly recommend this place.

    Reviewed by DebbieSep 2021

  • "We had a wonderful week staying in Towyn Hall in New Quay in Sep."

    Everything in the house was ready for us when we arrived and the owners had left us some Prosecco and a box of wonderful cream cakes. It’s a lovely place, very well stocked kitchen for appliances etc, pleasant decor and very homely and comfortable. The shower takes some getting used to but the owners talked us through how to use it over the phone.The property is located on the top of quite a steep hill abut we needed the exercise after all the cake, Prosecco, fish and chips and ice cream. There is a nice little pub 5 mins walk down the hill, and probably another 10 or 15 down to the beach (a little longer on the way up). The hot tub was a god send after a long day walking the coastal paths, which were amazing by the way. A great base foe all the wonderful beaches, seaside towns, coastal paths and the towns of Cardigan and Aberaeron. If I had one tiny tiny gripe it would be for some better way to dry your clothes,. Washing machine tick, but no dryer or washing line. The small clothes horse wasn’t great for drying towels etc and you can’t really on the Welsh weather :). Lovely place though and would love to visit again. P.S. A previous visitor recommended bringing extra towels for the hot tub, which I would also highly recommend.

    Reviewed by JulieSep 2021

  • "What a lovely restful place to stay."

    Everything you need is there. Highly recommend.

    Reviewed by RosemaryAug 2021

  • "The house is furnished to a high standard and is very comfortable."

    The kitchen is well equipped with a large fridge freezer. The hosts are welcoming and helpful. A lovely touch was a bottle of Prosecco and a voucher to visit their recently opened cake shop. All the cakes we chose were delicious. Useful information about the area was left in a folder in the house. We all loved the hot tub too! We thought Newquay was beautiful with a nice range of shops and places to eat and good beaches. We also enjoyed exploring the local area by car. A highlight of the holiday was a boat trip to see dolphins and we were thrilled to watch them come close to the boat. Thank you for a wonderful holiday,

    Reviewed by AlisonJul 2021

  • "What a nice surprise to have a homemade cake, prosecco, milk, tea and coffee."

    It is on a hill so you need to be fit to walk up and down the hill, not suitable for people with mobility problems, my 88 year old gran couldn't do it, i had to take her in the car. The Dolphin watch is a must!!! And the pub down the road, the food is amazing and the pepper pot does the best breakfast.

    Reviewed by AmandaJun 2021

  • "Recommend taking provisions with you ,lack of local shops."

    The area had some very steep streets.The only negative thing about the accommodation was the lack of outside drying facilities as there was no tumble dryer and you get through a lot of bath towels using the hot tub.The welcome gift of wine and strawberry cake was a lovely touch and Ruth and Terry the owners were only a phone call away if needed.Would highly recommend going on a dolphin spotting trip.Overall a very enjoyable holiday.

    Reviewed by PaulMay 2021

  • "Had a wonderful time"

    Reviewed by AndrewOct 2020

  • "Towyn Hall is a lovely well equipped cottage."

    The owners are very welcoming and are easy to contact should any problem occur. They provided tea, coffee, sugar and milk as well as a wonderful chocolate cake and wine on arrival. The garden is secluded, there is a comfortable seating area and the hot tub was fabulous. The owners checked it during our stay adding chemicals if necessary. The cottage is well placed to visit all the beaches in the area and the towns of Cardigan and Aberystwyth. As we were there for two weeks Terry came with linen changes.

    Reviewed by SusanSep 2020

  • "Been before, even with the dreaded covid19 it was brilliant."

    Cottage great with hot tub good facilities and great base to explore the coast. Ruth and Terry are great keep it up. We will be back again and again hope to see you next year thanks, reg Susan and rupert the dog

    Reviewed by ReginaldSep 2020

  • "We had an excellent week in New Quay."

    The cottage/house was fantastic - very well equipped and the owners were very helpful with advice on the local area.

    Reviewed by ColinAug 2020

  • "Lovely house in a great location, very well equipped as thought of everything."

    Hosts are really welcoming with prosecco and cake awaiting our arrival. If I had any suggestion it would be to put in a 2nd shower as with 4 adults was a bit of a wait.

    Reviewed by DebraJan 2020

  • "Lovely house , very accommodating owners , friendly and approachable."

    The house has everything you need , warm , comfortable , spacious and a great location . The hot tub is an added benefit !

    Reviewed by DawnDec 2019

  • "A really lovely property with everything you need and more, super clean and very cosy"

    Reviewed by JoanneDec 2019

  • "Excellent welcome from owners with home made cake, mulled wine and the log burner lit!"

    The house itself was spacious yet cosy. We had a lovely time.

    Reviewed by SusanNov 2019

  • "The house was spotlessly clean."

    It was a home from home and had everything you needed. Perfect for our dog as he could go out in the enclosed garden. We loved the hot tub! Location was ideal, we walked down the hill to the beach every morning and stopped for a coffee in one of the many eating places on the front. Ruth and Terry, the owners, were really helpful and we enjoyed the delicious homemade chocolate cake and the wine, a perfect break!

    Reviewed by JacquelineOct 2019

  • "Just come back from a really enjoyable holiday at Tiwyn hall newquay."

    Was met in arrival by Ruth and Terry with a chocolate cake ,wine and tea ,coffee and milk. Ut wasn't until later that I saw the beautiful Rose's in the dining room table. It has lovely decor and home comforts with a lively kitchen with big fridge freezer. The hot tub is a bonus when you have been out walking (being dog owners) we do alot of walking . The accomodation is conveniently situated to walk into newquay ,but it is quite a steep incline and limited pavement is places coming back.

    Reviewed by TracyAug 2019

  • "Ruth and Terry, the cottage owners were absolutely amazing."

    We were met on arrival by them and they explained to us all the facilities in the cottage. They left us a bottle of white and a bottle of red wine, a bottle of milk and Ruth had made us a magnificent chocolate cake. Terry offered to bring us wet suits and fishing tackle if we wanted them. They advised us the best places to eat and the best beaches and best places to visit. The walk down into the harbour was only a short walk however was quite steep and would suggest only suitable for active people, but wow when you got there the place was amazing. All in all the stay was excellent. Many thanks to Ruth and Terry.

    Reviewed by ScottJul 2019

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The property

Towyn Hall is a beautifully presented, detached cottage located in the pretty, seaside town of New Quay, in Wales, located just a few minutes walk from the beach where you can sample local eateries right on the shore front.

With a modern interior, off-road parking and an enclosed patio garden to the rear, you have all you need for a well-earned, relaxing break.

This is the ideal location for making the most of a family beach holiday, with wonderful opportunities to spot dolphins on organised boat trips and try a myriad of watersports.

From the front entrance, you will arrive at the beautiful sitting room, which is kept warm in winter by the woodburning stove, the ideal place to unwind with a book or your favourite shows on TV.

Cook up a delicious meal in the well-equipped kitchen to the rear of the cottage and get everyone together around the dining table in the sun room for an evening feast followed by refreshing drinks and late-night chats.

Alternatively, use the dining room to the front of the cottage to spend your down time, which provides a lovely space to socialise over a bottle of wine.

Upstairs is where you will find the well-presented bedrooms and family bathroom, perfect for a deep soak in the tub before getting ready for bed.

There is one double room, playing host to its very own en-suite shower room, following a twin room that can be a super king room followed by a twin and a single bedroom, ideal for all sorts of groups looking to get away for a while.

Choose to sit out on the patio on a warm summer's evening with a drink, and when the sun goes in, light a fire and keep cosy as you make the most of this pleasant setting.

Head into town to find a range of shops, pubs and eateries and enjoy the breath-taking views as you stroll along the waterfront.

Journey on one of the boat trips for an adventure on the sea, spotting dolphins, seals and all kinds of rare birds flying overhead.

Try out sailing or kayaking and enjoy many day trips to the surrounding beaches, the National Trust's Penbryn or find yourselves exploring the glorious landscape scenery over the Preseli Hills.

A short walk to Foel Eryr offers its 360-degree panorama, with views across the sea to Ireland and Snowdonia on a clear day.

Spend the day at Aberystwyth with its Cliff Railway and even discover all the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has to offer further south.

A fabulous retreat for a memorable holiday to the coast.


  • Four bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin/super king by request, 1 x single, 1 x twin bed
  • Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC, ground floor utility/cloakroom. Kitchen with breakfast bar
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove
  • Sun room with dining area.
  • Oil central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Enclosed patio garden with a fire pit and seating
  • Hot tub
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 0.5 miles, pub 0.2 miles
  • Please note: Owner provides a welcome pack which includes Tea, coffee, sugar, milk, homemade cake and a bottle of prosecco

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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.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Last minute
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