Situated just 2 miles from the coastline, you will have a choice of spectacular beaches to choose from. Cwmtydu is the local beach, just a 5 minute drive through the woods from the property. With high cliffs either side it is a sheltered cove, and therefore popular with swimmers and canoeists looking for a quieter beach than the more popular beaches nearby. There’s plenty of parking space, toilet facilities and a small cafe for refreshments. The Wales Coast Path passes right through Cwmtydu joining Llangrannog to the South and New Quay to the North.

Coast Path – Llangrannog to New Quay

 

New Quay

3.5 miles North is the very popular resort of New Quay. With two beaches, lots of shops, cafe’s, restaurants and pubs it offers a lot of choice to its visitors. One of the main draws to New Quay are the dolphin sightseeing boat trips. These are ¬†highly recommended, with almost guaranteed dolphin sightings and 100% guaranteed stunning coastline scenery.

Newquay West Wales

 

Llangrannog

5.9 miles South you have the beach of Llangrannog, this is a Lifeguard patrolled beach. It is safe for swimming, great for water activities and boating, and with a choice of cafe’s, takeaways and Pubs, it makes it a very popular beach.

Llangrannog beach

 

Sunset

Even if the beach isn’t your thing, if you’re staying here during Summer, you have to head to one of these beaches or other nearby beaches; Penbryn or Tresaith.

Penbryn beach sunset