Situated opposite the old Lime Kiln and close to the boat parking area


No pets and no smoking thank you.

Off Road Parking for Two Cars


Summer School Holidays 2019 fully Booked

A large semi-detached house with four bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, dining room and two bathrooms


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Mobile phone reception with T Mobile, Orange, Virgin and 3 is good in the house. Also Mobile Broadband Dongles on 3 or T Mobile will work on a Laptop, or Tablet

There is a large elevated patio with a built in BBQ and lighting, which overlooks the bay and there is additional seating at a lower level.

Bedroom 1:- Double bed

Bedroom 2:- Double bed and single bed

Bedroom 3:- Single bed

Bedroom 4:- Bunk Beds


Bathroom 1:- Upstairs

Bath, washbasin with separate toilet

Bathroom2:- Downstairs

Shower, washbasin and toilet

Equipment supplied

Cooker, Microwave, Fridge/Freezer, Washing Machine, TV. and DVD player

Crockery, Cutlery, Pillows, Blankets and Garden reclining chairs

Items NOT Provided - Please bring your own.

Single/double sheets or sleeping bags, pillowcases, towels and tea towels.



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Terms and conditions 2019

Up to 4 adults and children - £550 per week

Part week (Family)           -    £90   per night (Minimum of 3 nights)

Electric and water charges are inclusive

Eating Places

There are two cafes and two pubs in the village.

The Patio Café is very good for lunchtime meals but is not open in the evening.  The Beach Hut Café is very good and open at lunchtime and in the evening.

The Pentre and the Ship are both good for an evening meal with the added advantage of being able to walk to them!!!

If you wish to go further afield then the Ship in Tresaith is very good for a meal.

The shop in the village provides all the basic necessities, but if you cannot manage without a “Tesco fix”, then you will have to go to Cardigan, which is a twelve mile one way trip. Alternatively Tesco will deliver using their home service. There is no cash machine in the village and limited mobile phone coverage; however there is a public kiosk, which is located near the shop. Cash machines are available at Blaencelyn and Plwmp Post Offices. There is a bakery and small supermarket at the petrol station in Brynhoffnant.

There are many lovely walks in and around Llangrannog and boat trips run from New Quay in the summer months. Aberaeron further up the coast is a pretty little town and is famous for its John Nash houses that line the harbour.  Nearby there is the Llanerchaeron Estate, a National Trust property with lovely gardens.


We hope you enjoy your stay.

Bryan & Jean Davies Tel. No. 01269 820604 or 07950 083385



This site was last updated Tuesday, 29 January 2019