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Old 12-09-2016, 01:47 PM   #1
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Default New Quay, Wales - small campsite suggestions ??

Hi All

Looking to go to New Quay next spring and would like a recommendation (or two) for small campsites in this area.

No longer need all the child attractions and on-site club facilities so we are looking for something with a nice view, EHU, acceptable showers and walking distance to New Quay (i.e. 2 miles or less) and reasonably peaceful. We'll be in T4/T5 campers so access to remote sites is no issue.

Also, any "must see" or "must do" suggestions welcome too - we are hoping to see some Dolphins at some stage and take a photo or two.

So, what can you recommend ??

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Cei-bach country club is ace, easy access to the beach and you can to New quay along the beach at low tide or by country lanes anytime
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2nd that suggestion. Stayed there a couple of years ago. Nice and quiet to.
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Thanks very much
On the strength of that (and a bit of google-ing) I'm making enquiries now.
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