WALES > Cardiganshire > New Quay
Disabled access holidays near Aberystwyth and Cardigan, Penllwyn Cottages
Sleeps: 4 (Self-Catering)Prices From: £400.00 to £900.00
- Level Access Shower
- Shower Seatr
- Disabled Parking
- Transfer Available
Cei Newydd cottage is a beautiful recently refurbished 2 bedroom cottage. A short walk from the unspoilt Ceredigion Coastal Path. The cottage benefits from 2 en-suite bedroooms one of which is fully accessible with a roll in shower. The cottage is 5* graded by Visit Wales and amenities include dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, TV/DVD and woodburning stove. The property is single storey and has its own enclosed garden with decked, patio and lawned areas. See the dolphins in Cardigan Bay.
Wheel In Shower
Drop Down Shower Chair
The front door is accessed directly from the block paved driveway area which is adjacent to the property. A set of double patio doors to the right of this lead directly into the accessible en-suite bedroom area.
Door Width 85cm
Total no. of bedrooms with ensuite 
Total no. of bedrooms without ensuite 
Total no. of accessible bathrooms 
Room types available : [Twin] [Double]
Bedroom doorway width 84cm.
Height of lowest bed (floor to top of mattress) 67cm.
Distance between floor and bottom of bed base 2cm.
Lights can be turned off in bed.
Bathroom doorway width 92cm
Height of lowest toilet (from floor to seat) 46cm
Height of highest toilet (from floor to seat) 47cm
Grab rails are available in the shower.
Disabled Parking Available
Distance to Town : 4
New Quay was a former ship-building centre and a thriving commercial port. Today it remains one of Wales' most popular sailing centres. A variety of shops, restaurants and cafes cater for all tastes. It is probably the best location in the UK to see bottle-nosed dolphins - many boat trips are available from the harbour. They are now running again for the season. New Quay is also famed for its links with the Welsh writer Dylan Thomas and you can follow the Dylan Thomas trail through the town.(100 yrs after his birth) The Cardigan Bay Watersports centre offers tuition in in a wide range of maritime leisure and recreational pursuits including sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and power boating.
The secluded cove of Cwmtydu (1 mile) is renowned for smugglers and pirates, the legendary Sion Cwilt was one such smuggler who used the bay in the 18th century. Seal pups can often be found here in the autumn months. Further afield are the beautiful coastal villages of Llangrannog, Tresaith and Aberaeron. Quay Parade in Aberaeron recently being voted in the top 10 of Google's most beautiful streets awards in the UK.
Airport : Cardiff
Flight Time: 30 minutes
Transfer to the airport is available.