Morfa Isaf Guesthouse is perfectly situated on the Ceredigion Coastal Path, ideal for walkers and visitors looking for warm, friendly and unique hospitality.

Morfa Isaf - steeped in history

The farmhouse was built in 1763 from stone quarried on the farm. The oak beams from ship's timbers with 3' thick walls and rooms furnished with antiques help retain its charming historic ambience.

Central heating and modern conveniences ensure a really comfortable stay.

Beryl Painting began taking guests at Morfa Isaf in 1970 and had a fine reputation for providing homely accommodation, good food and a warm welcome. In 2009 her daughter Amanda took up the reigns and has proudly continued with her mother's long standing and successful business.
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The Edwardian Room

An ensuite room with a really comfortable 4 poster double bed. The room has a small fridge and a tea trolley with space to keep some breakfast items underneath. Crockery is also provided and more is available on request.

The room offers a view of the patio and garden beyond and over to the west, a beautiful view of the sea.

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The Long Room

A twin bedded room under the eaves of the house. There is a sink in the room and its own lavatory and shower just out on the landing. The room also has a tea tray. This room is perfect for children of all ages who are not far from the Edwardian room.

Many walkers (of all heights!) have commented on the comfortable bed and the cosy feel to the room.

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Prices

Edwardian Room
  • Single Occupancy from £50
  • Double Occupancy from £60
Long Room
  • Single Occupancy from £35
  • Double Occupancy from £60
Ensuite, with a large and comfortable 4 poster bed and wardrobe dating from the turn of the last century.
Ensuite, with a large and comfortable 4 poster bed and wardrobe dating from the turn of the last century.
Morfa Isaf
Morfa Isaf