The sun is shining, the tide is in, and the dolphins (something New Quay is famous for) are jumping and playing in Cardigan Bay. You walk into our spectacularly located pub, which is both homely and contemporary, where you will be greeted by our friendly and attentive staff. This is the classic Penwig experience one that is not complete without sampling our food which is home-cooked and prepared in our kitchen from locally sourced ingredients. Eat, enjoy a real ale, and take in the amazing views across Cardigan Bay. The hotel offers six double rooms and a family cottage. Three of the rooms in particular have stunning sea views, and there is free wi-fi as well as limited car parking. The Penwig is ideally placed as a base for walking the coastline, blue flag beaches, Cardigan Island Coastal farm park, Devil s Bridge, the Llywernog silver-lead mine and Cenarth Falls. Ceredigion Best Bar None Award 2010 Best in Category - Pub 2010 Ceredigion Best Bar None Award 2011
Pros: Great Position lovelly views across harbour and centre of town.
Cons: Room size great ! Toilet size restrictive, toilet roll was sticking in my chest and I burnt my leg on the radiator which was direct to my right every time I needed to use it !
The Monachty is a traditional seaside pub and hotel, situated in the beautiful town of Aberaeron in Ceredigion. The Monachty features a brasserie restaurant with an extensive fresh menu, spacious beer garden and stunning views of the harbour. With seven well appointed ensuite hotel bedrooms The Monachty offers great accommodation in the beautiful setting of Aberaeron. All our bedrooms are decorated in a modern fashion and are light and airy. Some of our rooms also have stunning views of the Aberar.
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