1 Bedroom (Sleeps 2) Cottage in New Quay


At a glance: Pet Friendly, Wifi, Parking, Garden.
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Owner/Property Manager: Norma McCarthy
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Property Type: Cottage
Location: New Quay
Sleeps: 2
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom
Bathrooms: 1
Minimum nights stay: 2
Low season price per night: £140
Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and availability


Bryn-y-Gof is a character-filled Welsh cottage which comfortable sleeps 2 people plus a baby in a cot.
With lime-washed stone walls, beautiful beamed ceilings and stunning oak floors, Bryn-y-Gof is a traditional Welsh holiday cottage with character and charm. Restored to the highest standard, it retains the wonderful character of this beautiful historic building. The antique oak and pine have been painstakingly restored, giving the cottage a cosy, warm and welcoming atmosphere throughout.

In the lounge, a large inglenook fireplace features a cosy woodburing stove. A widescreen smart digital TV, DVD player, CD/docking station and free Wi-Fi access are provided. For those who need to work, there is also a separate desk with study lamp.

With beautiful oak worktops, a quarry tiled floor, beamed ceiling, ceramic top cooker, fridge, microwave, antique table and chairs, the kitchen diner offers the perfect setting for enjoying quality time together.

An antique oak staircase leads up to the large galleried bedroom. Please note that this staircase is steeper than normal and therefore unsuitable for those with limited mobility - please read more about accessibility below or call us if you need advice.

The light and airy bedroom has a stunning beamed ceiling, antique king-size brass and iron bed, a luxurious roll-top slipper bath by the fire, and a TV. There is a separate en-suite shower room (step down from bedroom) with a power shower. You can even watch foxes and rabbits play (not together of course!) in the field adjacent to the bed.

The cottage has central heating and all furnishings are either new or beautiful antiques. Outside is a large, well furnished private patio with lovely views across the countryside. Sit and listen to the sound of the stream in the beautiful wooded valley below, listen to the abundant birdlife or wander through our seven-acre meadow.

Accessibility. Built circa 1900 the cottage has not been designed with wheelchair access. There are steps down from main patio to the entrance door. 2 More steps from hall into lounge. The staircase is steeper pitch than normal and therefore not suitable for the infirm. There is also a step down from bedroom into the shower room.

9 Reviews - 0/5 Average Rating

We love it here!

By Lynn & Mick on 29-Dec-2023

Thank you! Our 4th stay in this lovely cottage. Had a fantastic stay the three of us, walks on the beach, trips round the lovely shops. We have had a relax, lots of food & peace The cottage is beautiful, we love it.

Delightful again

By Sarah & David on 30-Nov-2023

A beautiful frosty morning to end a fabulous short break in this oh so cosy cottage. A return visit for us – again delighted by the thoughtful welcome gifts & Christmas decorations. Enjoyed our new find at the castle at Newcastle Emlyn – a quirky town with excellent river walk. Visited old favourites – Afon Mel honey farm, Cwmtydu and Llangrannog – Pentre Arms very good. Thank you so much, Hope to return


By Johannes & Ingrid on 16-Jun-2023

We had a delightful stay at this cosy cottage in a very beautiful surrounding – enjoyed ourselves very much



Pets Welcome


Pantry Items
Dining Seats
Dining Room
Wood stove
Linens Provided
Washing Machine
Living Room
Ironing Board
Video Library


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