- Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 4 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Private Bathroom
- Bed Linen Not Included
- Comfortably sleeping four people in bunk beds
- Fully heated cabin, with plenty of hot water
- Access to the shared living spaces on the ground floor
The Owner Says
Six new refashioned shipping containers, (each 6m x 2.4m), make a spacious building with 3 cosy bedrooms on the first floor and 3 living areas on the ground floor providing a kitchen, a sitting room, utility and drying room, and a secure storage area for valuable equipment. The white walled interiors are fully- heated and light permeates into the bedrooms through very large portholes. The living areas below open out onto a wide decking area, (18m x 5.5m), sheltered by three permanent sails, with further living and dining spaces. The deck itself can open out further as the walls open to reveal the coastal valley setting.
The exterior of local Welsh Larch and the sails echo the coastal environment, and the design using recycled containers provides a very low energy building, (especially when the solar PV panels are added). An Air Source Heat Pump provides lots of hot water.
Accommodating up to 12 people this unique development makes an ideal base for making most of its local environment. There is a secure space for storing, washing down and drying of equipment and clothes. There are showers for post swimming in the sea which is just 200 metres away, and somewhere to clean off those sandy or muddy boots from the many walking routes in the area.
A bonus is the wildlife. Nestled in a quiet part of the Welsh Coast Path on the Ceredigion Heritage Coast there is in abundance with seals, dolphins, rare butterflies and many unusual birds.
For more information on places to see and events in the area please visit our web site.
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Features & Facilities
Ty Cwch Boathouse is just metres from the beach so, unsurprisingly, the common thing to do here is grab a wetsuit, board or sea kayak and wander down to the waterfront (you're welcome to bring your own equipment and store it in the boat house). Be sure to check out the restored lime kiln that marks the back of the beach, too – supposedly popular with smugglers in years past. There's a good café and ample space for launching kayaks. Cwmtydu is known for its hidden seclusion. If you want to organise some activities contact our partner Rhydian Wilson at ICY UK Ltd or for more amenities and to organise boat hire, head north to nearby New Quay (4 miles). The section of the Ceredigion Coast Path from just outside Ty Cwch Boathouse is sublime. From the south, it drops down into Cwytydu by descending along the valley side before climbing out of the bay again towards New Quay. In either direction it's a pleasant 4-mile walk to the nearest village (and pub). The beach and coves along the coast by Cwmtydu are a particularly popular place for seals to rear their pups, so keep your eye out (and give them plenty of space), while, further out, dolphins can sometimes be spotted on a clear day – the bay is home to the largest population of bottlenose dolphins in Europe.
Food & Drink
About 10 metres away is a small café – Melyn y Gors (01545 560321) – that serves excellent light bites and homemade ice-cream you can eat down on the beach. Open all year, their carrot cake is particularly recommended. Otherwise, until the Crown reopens at Easter, (2 miles away at the top of the valley), the nearest pubs are all 4 miles away in Llangrannog (by road or coastal path) or New Quay (a touch under 4 miles by the coastal path). The latter has more options.