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Five Oaks B&B, Llanina, New Quay + Wi-Fi.

01545 580189 or 07934048572 - E-mail:


'Five Oaks' is a Bed & Breakfast business with three available rooms, each offering a different option, each decorated and fitted out to a high standard, all to ensure that your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Set in just under six acres of its own land, 'Five Oaks' offers a peaceful and relaxing environment in which to unwind, yet it is conveniently located just outside the holiday destination of New Quay in Ceredigion, Mid Wales, with easy access to all the facilities that New Quay offers.

The estate includes just under three acres of ancient woodland, bordered along its length by the river Llethi, along with mature gardens, a large field and a lower meadow, all of which are open to residents. Ample car parking is available. A footpath can be taken through the woods, along the river and down to the old stone bridge at Llanina. Crossing the road at this point takes walkers onto the Welsh Coast Path. One hundred metres along here and the Coast opens up in front of you. To the left is Traethgwyn Beach, with a twenty minute walk to New Quay, to the right (after crossing the river) leads to the unspoilt beach of 'Cei Bach'.

Room One - This is a large, comfortable room with a king sized bed, along with a table and two tub chairs with views across the field to the woods. The price of the room includes a full cooked breakfast.

Room Two - This is a comfortable room with a king-sized bed and an en-suite bath-room and toilet. The price of the room includes a full cooked breakfast.

Room Three - This room contains twin single beds, along with views across the field to the woods. The price of the room includes a full cooked breakfast. Please note that this room does not have en-suite facilities. It has its own shower-room & toilet opposite. Dressing gowns are available if required.

The Grounds - 'Five Oaks' is comprised of a detached house set in mature gardens, on the banks of the river Llethi. Behind the house and gardens sits a two acres field, with a smaller, lower meadow below. Running the length of the river and either side of the house and fields is just under three acres of ancient woodland, which runs from the edge of the village of Gilfachreda, down to the bridge at Llanina.

These woods are home to a wide variety of trees, from Oak to Elm, flowers, including carpets of snowdrops, bluebells, interspersed with common purple orchids. Animals include badgers, foxes and otters. Of the larger British birds we are lucky enough to have a resident Heron in the river, a female Buzzard has made her home on the other side of the river, plus we have Greater Spotted Woodpeckers, Tawny Owls and majestic Red Kites hover above.

Cormorants can be seen sunning themselves and drying their wings at the mouth of the river - on one occasion this year one was seen flying along the river, presumably on its way back out to sea.

Hours can be wasted just watching the Nuthatches, the Tree Creepers, the Bullfinches, the Blue-Tits, the Coal-Tits and the Longtailed -Tits, amongst many others, visiting the feeders.

Five Oaks, Llanina, New Quay, SA45 9SJ