Nyth Bran Tresaith Between Aberporth & Llangrannog

£635 - £1960 per week

Why We Reccommend Nyth Bran

Magnificent sea views across Cardigan Bay from the large arched window and balcony of this imposing holiday home in Tresaith. Close to sandy beach & Ship Inn.


Enjoy magnificent coastal views from this Tresaith holiday home. Dogs welcome
    • Nyth Bran is an imposing, quality holiday home in the small coastal village of Tresaith.
    • The large arched lounge window of this comfortable, well-equipped house looks out onto a balcony with fantastic coastal views.
    • Watch out to sea for seals and dolphins - often seen in the bay when the sea is quiet.
    • It is just a short stroll from Nyth Bran to the delightful sandy Tresaith Beach - named by The Sunday Times in both 2015 and 2016 as being amongst the best 50 beaches in the UK.
    • The beach is never crowded because of limited parking. Enjoy the regular dingy-sailing club activities on Sundays or in the evening or early morning take a walk along the wide empty beach - for pure escapism.


      Tresaith Beach Cardigan Bay
      • The River Saith meets the sea at Tresaith Beach, cascading as a waterfall onto the fine golden sand.
      • From Tresaith, narrow country and coastal lanes lead in all directions with much of the coastline now owned by the National Trust (who have recently acquired The Llanerchaeron Estate nearby).
      The Ship Inn, Tresaith
      • Just yards from the quiet sandy beach and a stroll from Nyth Bran, this seaside inn overlooks the beach and serves traditional pub fare including fresh fish, real ales and wines. They are even open for breakfast - perfect after that early morning romp across the sands.
      Llangrannog Beach
      • This award winning, fabulous sheltered sandy cove is frequented by bottle nose dolphins, harbour porpoises and seals.

      Cardigan Bay bottle nose dolphins and boat trips

      • Bottle nose dolphins are present all year round, along with the Harbour porpoise who is also a frequent visitor to the area. The coastline between New Quay and Cardigan has always been noted for its marine wildlife which includes grey seals and during the summer months sun fish are also regular visitors. 
      • Boat trips run from New Quay Harbour and The Patch in Gwbert near Cardigan. A great way to explore the coast.
      New Quay
      • New Quay was once a thriving port, shipbuilding centre and fishing harbour. Today it is a popular seaside holiday destination well known for dolphin spotting boat trips, as well as its Blue Flag and Seaside Award winning beaches and water sports. New Quay has a heritage centre and marine wildlife centre, as well as shops and restaurants.
      New Quay Honey Farm
      • The largest bee farm in Wales with a live bee exhibition and shop for honey, mead and bees wax.

      Llanerchaeon - National Trust

      • An 18th C Welsh gentry estate set in the heart of the beautiful Aeron Valley. Designed by John Nash, the house, walled gardens, lake and home farm offer a unique insight into life as it was 200 years ago
      • Llanerchaeron today is a working farm with two restored walled gardens which produce fruit and vegetables available for purchase in the shop. There are beautiful walks around the estate and parkland as well as daily activities throughout the school holidays.
      • Aberaeron is one of Ceredigion's best loved holiday resorts with its pastel shaded houses, fashionable places to eat and a good selection of independent shops selling everything from fishing tackle to designer clothes and the freshest of fish to cheeses straight from the dairy. 
      • The Aberaeron Festival of Welsh Ponies and Cobs is an action packed fun-filled day on the Square Field at Aberaeron, held in mid-August each year.
      Cenarth on the Teifi River
      • Cenarth is a charming little village straddling the river Teifi between Cardigan and Newcastle Emlyn. Here, the River Teifi arrives in a spectacular series of waterfalls famous for the salmon leap. It’s a spectacular site in full flood.

      Coracle Museum

      • Visit the Coracle museum and 13th century flour mill overlooking Cenarth Falls and enjoy a hearty lunch in The White Hart Inn or a mouth watering cream tea in one of the little cafes.

      Cardigan Town and Castle

      • Cardigan sits on the Teifi River and is an essential stop on your visit to Cardigan Bay. The old market town provides a traditional shopping and cultural centre for visitors with narrow streets, shops, inns and eating places many with their original Georgian and Victorian fronts, an excellent indoor market, theatre, cinema and leisure centre - plenty to entertain all the family. 
      Cardigan Castle
      • After many years of hard work acquiring funding and local support, the restoration of magical Cardigan Castle was completed and opened in 2015. The ancient fortification dominates the view across the river Teifi and provides a beautiful location for 1176 Café perched between the castle walls and grounds. 

      Heritage Canoes, Cardigan

      • The picturesque Teifi Gorge is one of the best examples of a tidal gorge in the whole country and offers a safe and awe inspiring location for your whole family to try Open Canoe Trips.The river is slow, gentle and flat teeming with wildlife including kingfishers, rare dragonflies and if you’re really lucky an otter.

      Welsh Wildlife Visitor Centre, Cilgerran

      • The award winning centre alongside the River Teifi is open all year where seven different habitats can be discovered along a network of self guided nature trails.The visitor centre houses a gift shop and Glasshouse Café and which serves freshly prepared food which is open daily.

      Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

      • Hand feed the friendly farm animals including Dilwyn the donkey, pigs, sheeps, goats, rare breed cattle, Shetland ponies, Welsh mountain ponies and rabbits.
      • Spot bottle nose dolphins, Atlantic grey seals, seal pups, harbour porpoises, sea-birds, rare choughs and skylarks along the farm park'coastal walk with breathtaking views over the Teifi Estuary and the Heritage Coast.
      Aberporth Beaches
      • Beautiful sandy beaches with numerous rock pools to explore, a fresh water stream to splash about in and a Blue Flag Award.
      The Teifi Trail - pets welcome
      • The Teifi Trail is a sequence of walking routes being developed following the picturesque Teifi river from the estuary to its source only 10 minutes away.
      This spacious Tresaith holiday home within walking distance of the village beach is an ideal choice for large families or friends sharing. Dogs are welcome too.


      4 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 7. 1 Double and 1 Twin on main level, 1 Single and 1 Single with slide out bed on 1st floor. 

      Bathroom on main level with full suite (shower over bath).

      Bathroom with shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin on 1st floor.

      Kitchen fitted kitchen with cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher.

      Utility Room washing machine, tumble dryer and sink.

      Lounge/Diner with dining suite for 8, two sofas, a number of easy chairs, satellite TV/video/DVD and Hifi. Patio doors - leading to sun-trap patio. This room displays architectural features cleverly incorporated to maximise the impact of the coastal views, cliffs and seascapes. 

      Grounds A dozen external steps or a paved slope lead to main level. Enclosed with sloping lawn, patio and patio furniture.


      Additional Information


      Short breaks - No

      WiFi - Yes 

      Changeover - Saturday

      Towels - No

      Parking - Yes, ample

      Fuel - Oil central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £40 p/w

      Dogs - 2. 1 free and 2nd @ £25 p/w

      Cot - Yes

      Highchair - Yes


      Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

      Is there a gate to open? Yes

      If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

      Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

      Are there paths? Yes

      Are paths level and firm? Yes

      Type of suface Gravel

      Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

      Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

      Where to find Nyth Bran

      Book Your Stay at Nyth Bran

      or call 01348 837871

      Share with friends and family