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Cei Bach Country Club

New Quay, Ceredigion

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Cei Bach ( Little Quay ) lies one and a half miles from the small scenic fishing village of New Quay with its resident family of Dolphins, just off the A487 coast road. The park overlooks Cei Bach Bay, which has a very attractive sheltered sandy beach with bathing and a pathway leading to the beach. The setting is delightful, with beautiful scenic views along the Welsh coast with a coastal path from Cei Bach to Aberaeron passing over a waterfall on the way. There is also a coastal path starting from New Quay and continuing all the way to Fishguard.

Open from:
1st March to 31st October

Facilities:
2 Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Family park, 2 Children's play area(s), 30 Electric hook-ups, 30 Water hook-ups, 1 Sanitary block(s), 1 Laundry, Designated / private parking, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Ball park field
Safe access to sandy beach
Deliveries to site


Accomodations:
10 Touring pitches, 5 Motorhome pitches, 48 Seasonal pitches, 15 Tent pitches, 7 Serviced pitches (touring)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Swimming (Outdoor), Water Sports, Internet Access

Resident dolphins in New Quay bay
Coastal path

See website for details www.cei-bach.co.uk


Cei Bach Country Club (www)

Parc-y-Brwcs, Cei Bach
Ceredigion, Wales
United Kingdom
SA45 9SL
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Overall rating

4.5 stars

Based on 3 review(s)

carmarthenshire

5.0 stars

We have been going to Cei Bach for three years, and have toured the caravan to France, Cornwall and many other areas of the UK. We only live a short distance from Cei Bach, but we have now taken up a permanent pitch there. This site is the best kept secret, all pitches have wondeful views of the glorious coast line and it is a short walk to a tree lined beach with clear crystal waters where you would think you were in another country.The site is surrounded by countryside and is well off the beaten track.On a good you can see dolphins and seals in the bay . A short journey and you can enjoy the picturesque harbour villages of Aberaeon and Newquay. Both are beautiful with their quaint cottages and houses and clean beaches. The site has something for everyone and all the pitches on the site have wonderful sea views and on a clear day you can see the Llyn peninsular, and in the winter you can enjoy the the views of the snow capped peaks of the Cambrian mountains. The owners Paul and Stephanie live on site are always there to help, as well as all the locals who are always encouraging people to join them for a barbeque and a drink.
The site is immaculately kept and the showers and toilets are spotless. This site has always been the best kept secret until now !!

STAFFORDSHIRE

5.0 stars

Fantasitc site, cant fault it, toilets and showers very clean. nice meals, brilliant quiet family park! we go there regular! beach is fantastic 2 min walk from the site. when the tide is out you can walk along to the town of new quay. 100% recommended!

nottingham

4.0 stars

We visited Cei bach in June 2005 and enjoyed it so much we decided to return again this year. This is a wonderful site for a family holiday. The owners are very friendly, helpful and worked tirelessly to keep the site clean. The toilets are cleaned twice a day. The pitches are slightly sloping. There is a ball park and games room for the older children and a revamped play area for the little ones. The country club was being extended during our visit and serves a variety of hot meals. The site is a short distance from New Quay and within 10 miles of several very beautiful beaches.
We loved the beach (2 min walk) and the dog was allowed on the beach, at low tide you can walk across the beach to New Quay a lovely place to sit and watch the world go by. When we where in New Quay we were lucky enough to see the Dolphins come into the habour a great sight i will never forget.
A butcher and newsagent visit most mornings of peak time and Friday night is the "cake man". 10/10