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New Quay (Welsh: Cei Newydd) is a seaside town in Ceredigion, Wales, lying on Cardigan Bay. It is known for its bottlenose dolphins and was briefly home to Dylan Thomas, who may have used it as a basis for Llareggub (‘Bugger All’ - backwatrds) in his play Under Milk Wood.

Other attractions in the town include its harbour, beach, heritage centre and Marine Wildlife Centre.


 Football in New Quay:
 New Quay FC Sports Club
       Margaret Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9QJ
 01545 560870


 Libraries in New Quay:
 New Quay Library
       Uplands Square
       New Quay
       SA45 9QH
 01545 560 803
 Tue 4.30pm-7.30pm
       Thur 2.30pm-4.30pm
       Fri 4.30pm-7.30pm
       Sat 10.00am-12.00pm


 Cinemas in New Quay:
 New Quay Cinema
       Memorial Hall
       New Quay
       Dyfed
 01545 580707


 Tourist Information Centres in New Quay:

 Telephone:

01545 560865

 Fax:

01545 561360

 Email:

[email protected]

 Address:

Church Street
New Quay
Ceredigion
SA45 9NZ

 Hours:

Summer 7 Days 10.00 - 18.00


 Pubs/Bars in New Quay:
 The Black Lion
       Glanmor Terrace
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9PT
 01545 560209

 The Bluebell Inn
       The Pier
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NW
 01545 561222

 Dolau Inn
       South John Street,
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NN
 01545 560881

 Hotel Penwig
       South John Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NN
 01545 560910

 Penrhiwllan Inn
       Llandyssul Road
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9RF
 01545 560471

 Penwig
       South John Street,
       New Quay.
       Ceredigion
       SA45 9NN
 01545 560910

 Queens Hotel
       Church Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NX

 The Sea Horse Inn
       Margaret Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9QJ
 01545 560736

 Wellington Inn
       Wellington Place
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NR
 01545 560245


 Hotels in New Quay:
 Black Lion Hotel
       Glanmor Terrace
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9PT
 01545 560209

 Brynarfor Hotel
       New Road
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9SB
 01545 560358

 Cambrian Hotel
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9SE
 01545 560295

 The New Quay Hotel
       The Pier
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NW
 01545 561222

 The Penwig Hotel
       South John Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NN
 01545 560910

 Queens Hotel
       Church Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NZ
 01545 560650


 B&B's/Guesthouses in New Quay:
 The Guest House
       2 South John Street
       New Quay
       Ceredigion
       SA45 9NG
 01545 560680

 Moorings
       Glanmor Terrace
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9PS
 01545 560375


 Campsites/Carvans in New Quay:
 Cei Bach Country Club
       Parc Y Brwcs
       Cei Bach
       New Quay
       Ceredigion
       SA45 9SL
 01545 580237
 http://www.cei-bach.co.uk

 Llanina Caravan Park
       Llanarth
       New Quay
       Ceredigion
       SA47 0NP
 01545 580947
 01545 580947
 http://www.llanina-caravan-park.co.uk

 Quay West Holiday Park
       New Road
       New Quay
       Ceredigion
       SA45 9SE
 01545 560477
 01545 560016
 [email protected]
 http://www.havenholidays.com

 Penrhiw Pistyll Caravan Park
       New Quay
       Ceredigion
       SA45 9TQ
 01545 560413
 01545 560413

 Penlon Vale Holiday Park
       Cross Inn
       New Quay
       Ceredigion
       SA44 6JY
 01545 560620
 http://www.valeholidayparks.com/penlonholidaypark.html

 The Village Holiday Park
       Cross Inn
       New Quay
       Ceredigion
       SA44 6LW
 01970 828237
 http://www.valeholidayparks.com/thevillageholidaypark.html

 Wernmill Camping
       Bressay
       Gilfachrheda
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9SP
 01545 580699

 Woodlands Holiday Village
       Gilfachrheda
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9ST
 01545 580239


 Restaurants in New Quay:
 G Thomas & Sons
       South John Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NP
 01545 560467

 The Hungry Trout
       2 South John Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NG
 01545 560680

 Old Watch House
       South John Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NP
 01545 560852

 The Pepperpot
       The Pier
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NW
 01545 561222

 Port Of Call
       Church Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NT
 01545 560909

 The Royal India Brasserie
       Affines
       Church Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NZ
 01545 561161


 Cafes in New Quay:
 Beach Cafe
       South John Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NP
 01545 560967

 Cafe Connect
       South John Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NN
 01545 560792


 Take Aways in New Quay:
 The Captain's Rendezvous (Fish and Chips)
       Church Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9NT
 01545 560507

 Dragon Palace
       Hereford House
       Hill Street
       New Quay
       Dyfed
       SA45 9QD
 01545 560175


New-Quay - From 'A Topographical Dictionary of Wales' (1849)
NEW-QUAY, a sea-port, in the parish of Llanllwchaiarn, union of Aberaëron, hundred of Moythen, county of Cardigan, South Wales, 15 miles (N. W. by W.) from Lampeter: the population is included in the return for the parish. This place is advantageously situated on the shore of Cardigan bay, and affords good anchorage to vessels of 500 tons: the depth of water is from two to six fathoms. The haven is securely sheltered from the westerly winds, and, if improved to the extent of which it is susceptible, might be made an excellent harbour of refuge. The pier, at least, might be enlarged, for which purpose a subscription was opened with success; but the attempt has been hitherto frustrated by the want of a sufficient title to the land, which would be requisite to carry that object into effect. In 1835 an act was obtained for making a road from this place to Aberaëron; and in November 1847 a treasury warrant was issued for transferring this creek and Aberaëron from the port of Cardigan to that of Aberystwith. There are sixty schooners and thirty smaller vessels belonging to New-Quay, averaging from 20 to 200 tons' burthen, and employing about 390 men. Ship-building is extensively carried on, and very fine stone is worked in the vicinity. Fish of very superior quality are found in abundance on this part of the coast: soles, turbot, and oysters, are taken in great numbers during the season; and a good herring-fishery might also be established with advantage. The village is of considerable size, and is inhabited chiefly by persons connected with the business of the port: comfortable lodgings are provided for visitors, who resort to the place in summer for the benefit of sea-bathing. A fair is held on November 12th.—See Llanllwchaiarn.



 

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