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We have availability for a Christmas break at Caerwenfor. Why not get away from it all for a totally relaxing break. Available for one week from 20th December 2019. Book via our web site or send us a message. #chillout #christmasbythesea #bestseaview


We have some last minute availability.

Stay at Caerwenfor from Saturday the 13th of a May for seven nights for only £575.

Enjoy stunning sea views, fab walks, peace and quiet and maybe even some lovely spring sunshine!

lampeter food festivalLampeter food festival will this year take place on Saturday the 23rd of July, located on the university grounds, come along to try some of the best produce in the locality. Combine a stay at Caerwenfor only 30 minutes away, we have availability from the 16th to the 23rd of July, now reduced to £850, suitable for up to four adults, spacious coastal retreat with stunning sea views.

Weekend break


Caerwenfor Weekend breaks are back!

Don’t forget you can book a long weekend at Caerwenfor between end of October and end of March

Friday to Monday only £285 in November and December  Book now to avoid disappointment since these breaks are popular!

“We have had a fabulous time here at Caerwenfor, it is a true privilege to be able to stay in such a wonderful location.  It may have been said many times before, but the view is exceptional and always a delightful surprise to wake up to.  Furthermore, we have been lucky enough to see Dolphins from the house every day of our stay.  Our best advice is use binoculars to scan the areas around Ynys Lochtyn particularly when the tidies changing.  It requires patience but the results are worth it.  It was also a pleasure to show John his first dolphins from Caerwenfor when he called to change some lightbulbs!  We have also seen a menagerie of other wildlife including grey seals, choughs, ravens, whitethroats, stonechats, meadow pipits and a range of sea birds.  There is even a swallows nest in the car port.  We would thoroughly recommend taking the footpath down from the house to the Ceredigion coastal path.  The local stretch of coastline is stunning and the walking is fantastic (even if a little bit tiring by the end of the week!).  Our favourite was to the village of Llangrannog, which has a fabulous  neighbouring sandy cove that is secluded even at low tide.  Moreover the ice cream at patio café is the best we have tasted in a long time.

We will surely miss Cardigan Bay and we cannot wait to return

Edward and Sarah Butler from Hampshire who stayed in August 203

“Caerwenfor has weaved its magical web and we’re completely caught in the spell.  We started planning a return trip from as early as our second day here.  Wonderful, enchanting place, irrespective of weather conditions”

Lorretta and Stuart from Derbyshire who stayed at the end of June, beginning of July 2013

Surprise holiday


“Our first visit to Caerwenfor and it will not be the last! A surprise holiday booked by my husband to celebrate my 30th birthday and what a surprise this place has been.  The views speak for themselves, totally breath taking.  We have seen so much wildlife in the week we stayed – it has been like a dream come true.  Dolphins, seals, red kites. buzzards, peregrine falcons, kestrels, coughs, gannets and countless little birds.  An animal lovers paradise.  The house is beautiful, so comfortable and lighting the wood burner on a cold night is a must.  We ate at the crown inn a couple of evenings, lovely food.  We visited Mwnt beach, Penbryn, Tresaith and Poppit sands 0 all beautiful beaches.  Can highly recommend the ‘dolphin survey’  boat trip that runs from New Quay.  We saw loads of dolphins, porpoises and seabirds,  We will be back very soon!

Mike and Kerry Woods from Bristol who stayed in June 2013

“Our second stay at Caerwenfor in a year confirms what a special place this is.  The weather has been kind to us – misty mornings have gone away to warm and sunny afternoons.  Have enjoyed watching the daily procession of birds, acrobatic kites and coughs, majestic buzzards and even a peregrine ziping by the windows.  The Pentre and Ship pubs in Llangrannog are in good form, serving real ale and a friendly welcome.  Wildlife highlights for us was the bats at dusk – amazing to see them at eye level as they dart to and for catching the insects attracted by the house light.  Can hardly bear to leave… Counting the days until our return visit

Pam and Adrian Griffiths from Cheshire who stayed in March 2012