Cwmtydu Caravan Site (Formally Goodlife@Blaenllan)

Blaenllan, Nanternis, New Quay, Ceredigion, SA45 9RS

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  • Beach stays
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Cwmtydu Caravan Site is positioned in a beautiful and tranquil part of West Wales, nestled between Nanternis and the lovely beach of Cwmtydu. Just 3 miles from the holiday town of New Quay and a stones throw from the coast of Cardigan Bay.

Our site is tucked away on a peaceful 8 acre coastal smallholding located near National Trust land with footpaths running from the site to secret smugglers beaches, sandy coves, wild rocky inlets, grassy headlands with an abundance of wildflowers and stunning landscapes.

If you want sea views, untamed nature and open countryside all within walking distance from your grassed, flat pitch then come and stay with us at Cwmtydu Caravan Site. With only 5 pitches you are assured a warm welcome and a peaceful holiday next to some of the most beautiful sights in West Wales. Your stay will refresh and invigorate allowing you to wind down, chill out and have a real break - this will be a holiday to remember. And like many of our visitors you’ll be back year after year!

Within a mile of our site is the famous Ceredigion Coastal Path. Here you can discover award winning beaches, ancient woodlands, great places to go bird watching and even dolphin and seal watching. You could go for a bracing swim or get the kayak out and paddle through rocky inlets and towering cliffs. All this just a walk or short drive from your pitch!

If you want to travel just a little further afield - there is more to discover. Travel south to the next coastal village of Llangrannog with 2 pubs, the Pentre Arms and The Ship. Go north 3 miles to New Quay where you can have what we believe are the best fish and chips in the country!! Or perhaps a Sunday roast and a drink or two! Go dolphin spotting on a fantastic cruise round the bay or just eat an ice cream on the harbour wall.

A 50 minute drive north takes you to the university town of Aberystwyth with plenty to do if you crave people, shops and action. Cardigan is just a half hour drive south where there are supermarkets and a variety of shops. Just a further few minutes past Cardigan and you are in picturesque Pembrokeshire and all that has to offer.
So much to do and see!!!!!

 

- idyllic spot with sea views

- all inclusive prices - no extra charges for electric (10amps), awning, extra people, extra car, no high season tariffs

- pitches on half an acre of flat, grassed paddock within a 2 acre field

- due to unforeseen circumstances no dogs allowed

- walking paths to beaches, waterfalls, woodland and cliffs from the site

- close to the Ceredigion Coastal Path

- 3 beaches within 1 mile

- nearest food shop at Cross Inn - 7 minute drive 

- food and other shops at New Quay - 10 minute drive

- banks at Cardigan - 25 minute drive

- Aberystwyth- 50 minute drive

- public transport close to site

 

Facilities on site ...

  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: variable
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
SA45 9RS
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GPS:
Lat 52.186075 / Lon -4.395733
OS field ref:
SN363569
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Fishguard (37 miles)

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Great site... great site and great time...

Stayed here last summer and found owners incredibly friendly and helpful.. I’m definitely happiest in chatting to the owners and getting recommendations of things to see and do in the area rather than just take the money... but I understand those in the latter camp.. A good walk down to the beach but energy needed to walk back up the hill. But to get the sea views you do then you have to go up a bit! There’s a footpath next to the site and then easily onto the coastal paths. A lovely if not challenging walk into Newquay but saw dolphins from the cliff edge.. Thankfully Roger and Katrina were fab... even made phone calll to book boat trip and ensured we got good discount!. Only downside now is the no dogs rule. Would certainly recommend to all though.
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Beautiful site

One of our favourite sites. Its small and secluded with amazing views of the sea. Its not too far to get to the cliff path for fantastic walks along the coastal path. Roger and Katrina always make us feel so welcome and Roger is a mine of information on the surrounding area and the best walks. You can also walk to New Quay from the site. (A strenuous walk but worth it for the views and the fish and chips at the end) So if you want peace, quiet and beautiful scenery this is the place to go.

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Peace and Quiet.

My Wife and I have just returned from this well kept site " The Good Life " and if peace and quiet and sea air satisfies your needs this is the site for you. We are both in our Eighty's and found the site and owners very welcoming and helpful . However care must be taken entering and leaving the site,but we have had no trouble getting in or out with our Bailey Cadiz pulled by a Honda CRV. September 2019 WPES4.

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Small quiet site

We stayed at this CL summer 2019. It’s as described, quiet and peaceful. It’s definitely cosy. To touch on the lane subject (as per other reviews) it is narrow and if you don’t care about scratching your outfit then you won’t see the issue. If you do then the hedgerow will annoy you. However access overall is good. The surrounding area is wonderful. As motorhome owners, we walk everywhere and the coastal walks are fabulous, its not a flat path and is hard in places but worth it. Cwmtydu is within walking distance and so is New Quay. Stock up on supplies before you arrive and spend your time walking or having lazy beach days.

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Simply The Best

This site has to be in our top ten favourite sites. We found it easily, following the directions we were given and had no problem accessing the site with our motorhome (despite previous comments about inaccessibility). We were made to feel welcome by Roger, and his dogs, and he ensured we knew where things were, gave us a map to help with local walks and was a fountain of local knowledge. We went for two days but ended up staying for four as there were so many walks and things to explore. Our dogs loved it here as well, think we may have worn them out with all the coastal walks though!! A lovely tranquil environment, we enjoyed walks to Cwmtydu, to a couple of coves and New Quay. Still plenty to explore so we will definitely be back. If you go ask Roger to tell you how to get to the waterfalls. Kate & Carl

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