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Fronifor is a house with 3 comfortable flats only 200 yards from the popular Tresaith beach.
We also have a large hostel next to Fronifor that can sleep up to 44 people on bunk beds.
Each flat is named after a famous Welsh poets or local Welsh writer and enjoys sea views of Cardigan Bay. The flats and the hostel are only 200 yards along the footpath through the centre of the village leading to the beach. Parking is on a private road right in front of the house and hostel. There are views of the ocean from all the apartments and from the hostel. Each flat and the hostel has its own private entrance.
Eluned (Flat 1) – sleeps 2/3
This flat can sleep up to 3 people. It is accessed by a flight of stairs at the rear of Fronifor. The flat consists of a double bedroom with a king size bed and a comfortable living room with a large leather sofa, table and chairs. The kitchen includes a microwave, cooking hob and fridge. There are splendid views from the living room window over Tresaith village and to the ocean beyond.
All bed linen is provided, but you will need to bring your own towels.
This flat is named after - Eluned Phillips (October 1914 – January 2009)
Cilie (Flat 2) - sleeps 5
This spacious flat is on the second floor of the house called Fronifor and has wonderful sea views.
The flat consists of a comfortable sitting room with TV and DVD player, double bedroom with king size bed and a large room with 3 single beds.
The kitchen has a microwave, oven, fridge, freezer and a washing machine. Bed linen is provided, but you will need to bring your own towels.
This flat is named after - Bois y Cilie
Tŷ Llew (Flat 3) – sleeps 4/6
This flat sleeps up to 6 persons. It is a ground floor flat within Fronifor, and does not have stairs leading to the flat nor inside the flat. Its entrance is to the rear of the house.
There is a spacious double room with a king size bed, a room with two single beds (this can either be a single or a double bedroom), and a double leather sofa-bed in the living room. The kitchen has a table and chairs, a microwave, oven, fridge, freezer and a washing machine.
All bed linen is included, but you need
to bring your own towels.
One pet is allowed to stay at this flat.
This flat is named after - T. Llew Jones (Oct 1915 – Jan 2009)
Tresaith Hostel – sleeps up to 44 people
The Hostel was originally Tresaith’s church. The original building has been extended and provides spacious accommodation with room for up to 44 people to sleep. It has two dormitory rooms, one with bunk beds for 20 boys / men, and another with 20 bunk beds for girls / women. There are two smaller rooms next to each of the two dorms where the teachers / leaders can stay with some privacy.
There is a large dining area / living area next to an industrial kitchen. The hostel is well provided with washrooms and showers separately designated for men and women.
Who can stay?
We welcome groups, organizations, schools, church groups, families and groups of friends at the hostel. It is a perfect place for such groups to enjoy Tresaith’s tranquility. You may wish to read the testimonials of other people’s experience of their stay. There is a minimum stay of 2 nights with a minimum number of 10 people per night.
What should we bring?
The Hostel is self catering. There is a large fridge and a large freezer in the kitchen, so bring plenty of food. There is a gas oven, deep fat fryer, potato peeling machine and a dish washer. You will need to bring your own bed clothes (for single beds), sleeping bags or blankets. Pillows are provided but not pillow cases. Towels are not provided.
There is room for up to three mini buses outside the Hostel. If you need more space please let us know beforehand and we can keep space for parking in our car park next to the beach.
Tresaith Hostel Prices:
It costs only £10 per person, per night to stay at Tresaith Hostel. Electric, heating and gas are provided for no extra charge.
A discount is given to a group of Welsh learners (e.g. CYD), secondary Welsh bilingual schools, Sunday Schools and Christian groups.
Tresaith is a secluded hamlet in Cardigan Bay, on the west coast of Wales
Tresaith coastal village has been a popular holiday destination for a number of years, and the magic continues. The wonderful golden beach is its main attraction of course. From the cliff above the beach there is a beautiful waterfall falling into the sea below. When the tide is low, you can walk across the beach all the way to the next village of Penbryn. (Please be aware of the tides - tide time tables are sold at the Beach Shop).
This is the ideal place to relax on the beach and watch the dolphins, or for the more energetic, enjoy all kind of water sports on one of Wales’ safest and most beautiful beaches. For those wishing to walk along the coast then the coastal path passing by the shop leads to the stunning coastline to Aberporth in the South and Llangrannog to the North.
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Siop y Traeth, Tresaith, Cardigan SA43 2JL West Wales
Telephone: 01239 811565 or 07780 548 288
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