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We are now taking bookings for 2013.

Don’t miss out and book now for your 2013 holiday. 

Spectacular sea view from this coastal retreat, often described by our guests as the ultimate James Bond style hideaway!

cliff holiday cottage

Cliff holiday cottage has recently been awared 4 star grading by Visit Wales.

Limited availability for a holiday break in Spring 2012, book now to avoid disappointment


Spend more time enjoying the stunning coast and relaxing during your stay at Caerwenfor.

Tesco now offer home delivery to Caerwenfor.

You can pre order your groceries to arrive when you arrive!!!

Book now for 2012


Book now for 2012

We are now accepting bookings for 2012.

Short breaks and long weekends available from October 2011 to March 2012

Book early to avoid disappointment!


New for summer 2011


Why not arrive to a bottle of champagne and chocolates!

You can now pre order certain items to make your stay that much more enjoyable.

Why not arrive to a bottle of champagne and chocolates!

Click here for further details

Blue Flag Beaches


Blue Flag Beaches - Seat View Holiday CottageFantastic news for the beaches of Ceredigion. 

The 2011 list of blue flag beaches has recently been published and many of the beaches local to Caerwenfor have been included within the list. 

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Dolphins of Cardigan Bay - Stay at Holiday Cottage

The magical bottlenose dolphins of Cardigan Bay are often seen from the cottage however if you are not lucky enough to see them from the cottage, then there should be plenty of opportunity to see them from one of the boat trips that leave from New Quay (15 minute drive from property). 

The Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre managed to spot over 20 bottlenose dolphins on the 6th of May 2011 between midday and 5.00pm. 

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Accomodation with sea viewDolphins were full of the joys of spring in Cardigan Bay after the clocks went forward for British Summertime, more than 50 Bottle nose dolphins were on display in the bay during a seven hour excursion by marine conservationists. 

To see some fantastic photographs check out the BBC’s web site.

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