Ty Cwch is a boathouse in Cwmtydu, a secluded cove on the Cardigan Heritage Coast in Ceredigion.

The beach is easy to access for launching kayaks and small boats, is excellent for fishing and swimming, is clean, with sand, pebbles, and a small pool where the Afon Ffynnon Ddewi river runs into the sea.

Cwmtydu is located on the Welsh Coast Path between Llangrannog and New Quay with many excellent circular walks, secluded beaches, spectacular landscape, and abundant wildlife, including seals, (pupping on the beach), and the largest population of bottlenose dolphins in Europe.

Ty Cwch provides unique, contemporary and affordable accommodation where you can be as quiet or as active as you want.


Our Sustainability and Biodiversity policies.

Ty Cwch was designed and built to be environmentally, socially, culturally and economically sustainable by providing energy efficient, low carbon holiday accommodation with low water use and low waste, and to bring tourist income to the area without using existing dwellings.

Ty Cwch is a member of Green Tourism  and has been awarded their Silver standard.

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 Mid Wales Tourism Innovation Awards - Ty Cwch won!

We're very pleased that Ty Cwch has been given the Mid Wales Tourism Award for Innovation.

The judges commented that Ty Cwch has been built, "Using local materials, knowledge and experience, and offers unique, contemporary, warm and dry accommodation alongside facilities suited to outdoor activities. The build cost and energy consumption are low, and materials were recycled or sourced locally wherever possible."

Ty Cwch, Cwmtydu near Llandysul received the award at a glittering awards ceremony held at The Hafren, Newtown, which was attended by Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Lord Elis-Thomas. Compere was Welsh tourism personality Jonathan Jones, CBE.

Ty Cwch
sleeps up to 12

Ideal for familes and groups