The House

Merwerydd means ‘towards the Irish sea’ and was built in the 1920’s, by the family that continued to live here until 2010.  The house had an extensive renovation in 2010/11 and our aim was to provide contemporary, comfortable and homely guest accommodation in a beautiful location, at reasonable prices.

We hope you will enjoy the views of Cardigan Bay and the stunning sunsets and  the nearby coastal path walks to New Quay or Aberaeron and beyond.  There is so much to do and see in this lovely part of Wales, thankfully without the crowds and we look forward to offering you a warm welcome when you visit Merwerydd.

Our reception and lounge area is  an ideal place to enjoy your complimentary Bara Brith and tea or coffee when you arrive.  We have leaflets and maps of the area, together with tide tables, information on local attractions and on coastal walks, all at your disposal.

Merwerydd is surrounded by mature gardens, with huge Cypress and Pine trees, and open fields  and to the front of the property views of the fields and sea beyond. It’s an ideal place to enjoy the morning sun and in the warm weather you may choose.   We serve a locally sourced, traditional, vegetarian or light breakfast, together with seasonal fruits, and freshly baked  croissants and breads,  at a time to suit you between 8am and 10am (earlier by arrangement).  We are happy for you to bring your own wine which we hope you will enjoy sitting on the Terrace watching the Red Kites, the lovely view of the Bay or a stunning evening sunset. 

Our Oakford self catering apartment has its own private hot tub, and the balcony with patio furniture and is an ideal place to relax and watch the Red Kites overhead.   (Minimum 2 night stay).

CHECK-IN  4 pm (just ring to let us know if your arriving later) CHECK OUT                  Sorry no dogs