"Thank you Mark, this is the best cottage we have been in in thirty four years in Newport. We will almost certainly return next year after staying again in September."
Jan and Ron - Liverpool - June 2015
Camelot is a conversion of a 300-year old slate-built store bui
This very comfortable stone cottage is situated at the foot of Carningli Mountain on a quiet lane close to the heart of Newport.
Newport has it all: within a few minutes' walk of the cottage are beaches, eateries to suit every taste, individual shops, galleries and pub
A huge, private property, surrounded by an expanse of incredible ocean & mountain views; We offer the perfect sanctuary for your holiday, retreat or workshop. This lovingly renovated C18th listed Rectory and adjoining Cottage, has a total of 9 bedrooms, 3 dining rooms,
“Beautiful property. Perfect for our large family holiday”
Reviewed 17 Sep 2014
What a beautiful property.
From the large inglenook fireplace in the old rectory to the true quirkiness of the sunny retreat. We all loved it here. It had everything we needed to make our large fami… More
Oh thank you and glad you enjoyed our large Welsh garden. It is special. We have many repeat guest groups. Please let us know you have been before so we can give you our returning guest discount.
Glenview Cottage is a comfortable family home from home overlooking Cilgerran Gorge with great riverside walks and a short drive to fantastic beaches. Quiet and peaceful with wonderful wildlife on your doorstep this is a great base to explore the mysteries of wild West
The cottage is well placed for exploring south wales. The cottage is situated on the banks of river teifi which is a nice place to have a evening or morning stroll. The cottage is clean,comfy and enjo… More
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“Lovely well-equipped cottage.”
Reviewed 2 Mar 2016
Enjoyed a lovely, relaxing, week in this beautiful cottage. It's a real home from home. Everywhere was clean and the kitchen was well equipped. The wood burning stove was a real bonus on chilly nights… More
Seren y Gogledd is a spacious and luxurious bungalow with fantastic views of Newport Sands and the Nevern Estuary, conveniently located just a short stroll from the sea at the Parrog and the Pembrokeshire Coastal path. Graded 4 stars by Visit Wales. The property is styl
Tucked away on the quiet Pembrokeshire lane to Cwm yr Eglwys beach, Y Bwthen stands in the grounds of the 18th century farmhouse of Tan Y Bryn. The cottage is set within beautiful lawned gardens with a pilgrim`s well, wildlife pond, broadleaf and rare species woodland.
Treffynnon is a luxury Pembrokeshire holiday cottage that has mountain views to the south and sea views to the north. Nestling in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park with direct access to the Preseli Hills this 5 star cottage is ideally suited to both walkers
Major lodge is a listed 3 bed house which has been recently modernised. Two of the rooms have double beds while the third has a purpose made raised 3/4 bed (loved by children and some adults to) There is only one bathroom but it is spacious and has a separate shower cub
Holiday cottage in spectacular situation on a mountainside overlooking the sea within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Set in open countryside, its location is peaceful but not remote, being about one mile from the historic harbour town of Newport. Pets welcome.
This large three storey family home is situated a short walk from Parrog beach, the coastal path and the popular seaside town of Newport in north Pembrokeshire.
Newport has an excellent selection of eateries, small shops, galleries and pubs. A shor
Sea and mountain views. Ample parking. FREE WiFi. Detached Victorian house overlooking the sea, on the main coast road between Fishguard and Cardigan, in a small group of houses on the edge of the attractive village of Newport. Set in large grounds within the Nat
Wonderfully renovated 19th Century house with plenty of charm and character.
Managed by Best of Wales Holiday Cottages.
Within walking distance to the centre of the coastal village of Newport Pembrokeshire with its choice of cafes, local shops, restaurants, pubs a
This comfortable apartment is perfect for couples or small families. It enjoys a quiet location in Newport just 2 minutes' walk from a selection of excellent pubs and restaurants and 5 minutes from the medieval church, castle and an array of small galleries and shops o
Castle Green sleeps up to four in two bedrooms, one double on the first floor and one on the ground floor with a stacker bed sleeping one adult or two children. The comfortable living/dining room retains its cottage ambiance with a Welsh dresser and gas range (feature o
This very comfortable detached dormer holiday bungalow situated in the Town of Newport is just a 5 minute walk from the town centre and 10 minutes from Parrog beach.
Newport is known as the pearl of the Pembrokeshire coastline and it has everything you could wish fo
This traditional and very spacious stone built farmhouse accommodation has panoramic views of the Preseli Hills and is just a mile from both Moylegrove and Newport Sands which is popular for windsurfing, sailing, rockpooling, swimming, sunbathing and walking.
Come and escape to space, peace, and quiet, in our majestic home on the mountain slopes of the wild Pembrokeshire coastline. This 18th Century Cottage and its adjoining house have been creatively restored by the architect owner to preserve the historic character and na
amazing cottage fully equipped with everything, stunning views from the balcony fields to the back and the sea to the side.
massive garden which our dog loved, 10 minute walk to the beach, milk and w… More
Thank you very much for coming to our dream location.
So glad that you and your dog loved it and enjoyed that quiet 10 min walk to the beach down the little lane.
We look forward to you coming again.
“Amazing cottage, location and people”
Reviewed 5 Apr 2013
We stayed at this cottage for a week last October and it probably was the best place we've stayed in wales, let alone Pembrokeshire.
The cottage was a very short drive to the beach or if you love … More
Thank you for coming in October. Each month has a precious quality. In October I love the long beach walks with so few people, the vibrant display of heather on the mountains, The streaks of low light and sunsets over the sea, the baby seals seen from the cliffs and log fires at home.
“Peaceful, comfortable and in a beautiful part of the world.”
Reviewed 12 Feb 2013
We stayed at this lovely cottage during the coldest time of the year so far. With the snow covering the fields and mountain behind and the stunning clear views over Newport bay out of the window it wa… More
Thanks for coming in winter. There are special moments in the rare times of snow. One wants to take a ton of photos as the light can be amazingly clear, with stark long shadows and subtlety in colour and hue. An exciting time and cozy at home with the log fire and heating under your control.
Cwm Bach (Little Valley) is situated in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Britain's only coastal national park has a spectacular coastline with a variety of landscapes - from cliffs, arches and stacks, sea caves and sandy beaches to wooded estuaries wi
Overlooking the links golf course, Newport Beach and with stunning views over the estuary of Carningli Mountain and the town, the Ben Hogan Suite is a lovely ground floor suite in a truly wonderful coastal location.
Newport town is 2.5 miles away by car and about a 20
A wonderful small stone walled cottage geared towards walkers and bikers looking for a more rustic place to stay. Situated just 10 minutes walk from the famous Pembrokeshire coastline. Features: Wood Burning Stove Double Bed (Upstairs) Sofa Bed (downstairs)<
Seaview isa completely self contained flat to the side of a large detached house, Merton Hall. There are 3 acres of grounds which guests are free to explore. It is the perfect spot to get away as a couple to the North Pembrokeshire coast. Seaviews from sitting room, bed
My husband and I spent 5 days at Seaview, we were pleasantly surprised with the accommodation! every little aspect had been so carefully thought of including a great welcome pack for our dog who came … More
“Seaview at Merton Hall, what a gem.”
Reviewed 29 Jun 2013
Beautiful hideaway for 2 people. Superbly furnished cottage, very comfortable. Everything we needed was provided including an unexpected complimentary bottle of wine. Kitchen equipment excellent. Used… More
“Beautiful apartment, fantastic weather, loved our short break away!”
Reviewed 3 Jun 2013
We had a lovely time at the Seaview Apartment at Merton Hall. Couldn't beat the weather. The apartment was perfect, the grounds were perfect with fantastic views. Thank you for the welcome goodies, th… More
ERW WEN is a self catering holiday cottage at Newport Parrog (harbour). Located by the coastal path in the Pembrokeshire National Park, there are wonderful sea views and the large sandy beach is one of the best in Pembrokeshire. It sleeps up to 9 comfortably, although
Ty Felin is a wheelchair friendly property.
This converted stone barn is situated on a small farm within walking distance of the village of Newport and the beaches of Parrog and Aber Rhigian; both of which are on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Newport is filled with
If what you have in mind is a relaxing oasis where you are assured of five star treatment from the moment you arrive, then look no further than Y Garth B&B, the award winning adults only luxury guest house located in the north of the county in Dinas Cross, between Newpo
Peerie Hoose is situated about 100 metres from some of the most beautiful coastline in Pembrokeshire. Here, you will find the boat harbour and beach at Parrog, Newport on the coastal path of the Pembrokeshire National Park. There is ample parking for cars and din
A comfortable and very well presented period home in the heart of the National Park in Dinas Cross between Newport and Fishguard on the North Pembrokeshire coastline.
There are two village stores, 3 pubs, a cafe, fish and chip shop, park and tennis courts within walkin
The property is conveniently situated a few hundred yards down a private track with easy access to the A487. Newport Town with its many shops and facilities is a few minutes car drive or a 20 minute walk. Newport Big Beach is a 10 minute drive, the coast path is a 15 mi
Cwm yr Eglwys sheltered sandy cove is a short downhill walk from this 'Hansel & Gretel' log cabin set in a tranquil woodland glade. A narrow 150 yd footpath leads you to the cabin where the only sounds are the rustling of leaves in the trees and the chorus of bird song.
On the banks of the River Gwaun, surrounded by steeply wooded hillsides, this luxury cottage sleeps 4. Under-floor heating, slate floors, open beams and wood burning stove - comfortable and atmospheric. In the Gwaun Valley's ancient woodland, with a traditional village
This coastal property can sleep up to 6 guests and is set overlooking the beach at Newport, Pembrokeshire and the beautiful Nevern Estuary. There is a short path down to the beaches on the Parrog side of the Bay and it is also within walking distance of the restaurants,
This very attractive family house is situated in the heart of Newport/Trefdraeth which has everything you might need or want for an excellent holiday - Parrog beach, the Nevern estuary, Carningli Mountain, the Pembrokeshire coastal path and plenty of welcoming pubs, a s
Newport makes a perfect holiday base and this welcoming detached bungalow provides excellent accommodation from which to enjoy this stunning stretch of coastline with its many beaches, coves and footpaths.
The bungalow has been refurbished to a high standard, and enjoy
This attractive and comfortable holiday cottage is just a short walk from Parrog beach and the Pembrokeshire Coastal path.
It is just 5 minutes' walk from the centre of Newport where there is a good selection of pubs, traditional shops, local crafts, galleries and re
This comfortable holiday home on the slopes of Carn Ingli above Newport has wonderful views from the lounge - watch sunsets and soaring buzzards. Drive from Newport across a hillside common, past fields filled with ponies grazing to this bungalow overlooking a stunning
Coedmor cottage is located in the bustling seaside town of Newport in the Pembrokshire National Park and is set between the Preseli Mountains and thebeautiful Bay of Newport. It is close to all facilities and ideal for couples or families who enjoy outdoor activities.N
Stayed in a lot of holiday rentals this cottage was the best equiped of them all. It is in an excellent postion for the town and a short walk to the beach and cliff walks.
Would diffinately stay ag… More
Tucked away in the heart of the small, ancient seaside borough of Newport, this lovely home has an impressive entrance hall with a curved bespoke oak staircase. There are splendid panoramic views of Newport and its surroundings from the triple aspect windows of the firs
Efo'r Grug, a holiday home with a style all of its own. Located in the Pembrokeshire National Park, just on the wooded flanks of Carn Ingli, the backdrop mountain to Newport town, Efor Grug from its elevated position has spectatular panaramic views over the sea,
“the only place we've been to where we saw a Sun Rise & Sun Set”
Reviewed 19 Jun 2013
This house is in a unique position above Newport (which is 10 mins walk away) with a view to die for. The lounge and kitchen are upstairs so one can look over the sea, Estuary and hills until your hea… More
“What a magical Christmas!”
Reviewed 2 Jan 2013
My family and I had a fantastic week in this beautiful house, aptly described by my niece as upside down. The layout with the lounge and dining room upstairs takes full advantage of the incredible vi… More
“Very comfortable house with amazing views in a good location.”
Reviewed 13 Oct 2012
The house is well furnished, very clean and comfortable. Perfect for getting out and about in the countryside either on foot, by bike or in the car. There is also great access to the sea for those wi… More
This lovely stone holiday cottage, a former pub, is in a delightful location at the foot of Carningli Mountain, just half a mile from Newport Town with its beaches, excellent range of small shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs and a street market on Mondays.
The Iron B
A beautiful stone barn conversion which was originally the farm Granary built over 150 years ago and now converted into an extremely comfortable "up-side-down" holiday home.
Many of the original features still remain like the massive exterior stone steps which were us
The highlights were a comfortable cottage with enough space for four adults and 2 kids. We all liked it. Fairly easy to get to villages for pubs, grocery stores etc by car. Without a car don't even c… More
Children are well catered for and dogs are very welcome. Retreat from the busy world to this majestic 18th Century Rectory on the mountain slopes of the wild Pembrokeshire coastline. We provide perfect facilities for your holiday, retreat or workshop for groups of up to
We all loved the holiday setting so much that we wished that we had two weeks instead of one. The old charm and the lovely garden brought back the children in the three teenage boys (16,18 &19) who we… More
Thank you for sharing your joy and happiness.
That huge garden has had so very many happy uses and frisbee is one of them.
Also, thank you for posting back the guest book. So easy to do those little things when maps etc go in the car, no problem. Glad that you enjoyed reading it with all of these great experiences and tips of places to visit.
Our team looks forward to you coming back again for more fun and tranquility.
“Well worth the drive”
Reviewed 27 May 2012
Great place for getting a bunch of friends or family together. Views over the bay. Loads of room for lazing around both inside and out. Easily booked with no dramas. All things you need are supplied. … More
Thank you so much for bringing your family and taking the time to write a review. Hopefully you can all come for longer holiday another time. In the lower season and in time gaps, I do try to make these weekend rates affordable.
Yes, the distance from some places can be long, but at least once you are off the motorway there is a lot of stunning scenery. Some call it geography therapy; to get away a certain distance to such a different land, and feel your cares dropping away mile by mile.
Lots of groups love having 2 living rooms at the house. There are the hallways, the piano area and different places to laze around inside. There are always improvements being made. Welcome back anytime. Deanna
“Landscape, history, nature life, first class housing inteh same package”
Reviewed 22 Oct 2011
I have spent many marvelous weeks in the Old Rectory over 3 decades. The charm of the house, the views of nearby coastal and mountain wilderness and also the small town of Newport have not changed. Wh… More
What great adventures you have had over many years coming all the way from Finland. Thank you for sharing.
You have such beautiful nature and old buildings in your Scandinavian homeland, but still, you notice and love these different special details of the house, nature and interesting people. The puffins and guillemots of Skomer island are so unforgettable. It becomes an annual pilgrimage for me to go there. I was lucky to film many puffins that came so close and even touched me this year. Also as a Dyfed Wildlife member I can stay overnight on the island to see the shearwaters, and go to other places like the Cardigan Wildlife Park that are closeby.