Co-Vid 19 Update
The Welsh Government has recently announced the easing of some restrictions and this has allowed us to partially re-open the 'Bed & Breakfast' on Saturday 1st August but we will only be able to accommodate one couple/group at a time and, following Government advice, for a minimum three night stay. We apologise for any inconvenience this might cause.
Please feel free to contact us, should you wish to discuss any aspects regarding booking a stay - our telephone number is 01545 580189.
Nick & Claire
22nd June 2020
Both the Bed & Breakfast and our Caravan are now fully booked for all of August. The first vacancy in the 'B & B' is from Friday 4th September and the first free week in the caravan is from Saturday 3rd October.
'Five Oaks' is a Bed & Breakfast in New Quay, 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.
We are currently rated '5' for 'Food Hygiene' and we have 100% '5 Star' reviews on 'TripAdvisor'.
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. New for 2020 is the recent addition of three young Alpacas - Pippin, Inca and Claude!
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 Traethgwynn Beach, with a twenty minute walk to New Quay, to the right (after crossing the river) leads to the unspoilt beach of 'Cei Bach'.
The Welsh Coast Path runs adjacent to 'Five Oaks', the beautiful Georgian town of Aberaeron can be reached along the path, taking around an hour and a half to walk.
In addition to the 'Bed & Breakfast' we also have a static caravan. Set in its own meadow, next to our two acre wood and the river Llethi and only a 2-3 minute walk from the beach, it is the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday. Full details can be found here
We are lucky in that the waters around New Quay have one of only two resident populations of Bottlenose Dolphins in the United Kingdom, meaning that they can be seen off our coast virtually throughout the year. Atlantic Grey Seals are also common. The pictures of the dolphins and seals featured on this website are used with the kind permission of New Quay Boat Trips.