Nestling at the foot of Carningli Mountain, the property has panoramic views of Newport Bay and the north Pembrokeshire coast.
The house is set on a rural hillside amidst peacefully grazing sheep. It is an ideal location for those requiring peace and tranquility, yet wishing to be close to the facilities of the small bustling seaside town of Newport which has a good selection of eateries, 3 pubs and some lovely individual and traditional shops.
The Coastal Path is about a mile away and offers 186 miles of spectacularly good walking!
A lovely sea view can be enjoyed from the lawn of this delightful holiday cottage and you may even spot the dolphins which are frequent visitors to this spectacular stretch of the Cardigan Bay coastline.
Close to the Ceredigion Coastal Path, the beautiful award winning beach and dramatic National Trust headland are within easy walking distance.
The surrounding lanes and countryside are enriched with a wealth of wildlife and flowers and lead to a host of activities available within easy driving distance.
This delightful studio cottage is part of probably the most picturesque property in Aberporth in Ceredigion. Enjoying a location directly above the sandy beach and with lovely sea views, this makes an ideal retreat for a couple.
The Ceredigion Coastal Path and the Cardigan Bay coastline provide spectacular scenery and walks, while Aberporth itself has pubs, shops and eateries. A little further along the coast are more fishing villages and beaches such as Mwnt, Tresaith, Llangrannog, Cwmtydu, New Quay and Aberaeron.
Cardigan Market town is close by and has a theatre/cinema and a good selection of shops, galleries and pubs.
This delightful hideaway accommodation is perfect for a couple (or a small family) it enjoys a superb location with stunning uninterrupted views of Cardigan Bay and Island from most rooms. It is tucked down a private lane, set in 6 acres of land and is about as secluded as you can get with a lockable door leading through the hedge to the bungalow.
If you can tear yourself away from the view; Poppit sands is a half mile walk and is the start point of the Pembrokeshire coastal path.St Dogmaels village is about 2 miles and Cardigan about 4. There is a pub which serves food about a mile away.
Overlooking the beach at Freshwater East in Pembrokeshire, this delightful detached timber clad beach house accommodation makes a very relaxing holiday destination. The views are stunning and the location second to none.
There are numerous coves and bays to explore; Swanlake Bay and Manorbier beach just a little farther along the Coastal Path.
Tenby and Saundersfoot are a short drive away.
You may not want to leave the house at all during your holiday but, if you did, there is a pub just 5 minutes walk up the path, which serves good food.
Over looking the sea at Newport Parrog. Lovely apartment sleeps 7 just £500 for week commencing 30th May.
The Parrog apartment is on the Pembrokeshire coastal path only feet from the sea and certainly has the wow factor. Being located in the National Park ensures that the landscape is unspoiled.
Set over two floors, bay windows allow uninterrupted views of Newport Bay, the sea, headland and beach. Seals and otters are frequently seen out of the window, giving a feeling of being close to nature.
The town of Newport is within easy walking distance and has much to offer; a Norman castle and church, hotels, coffee shops, pubs, restaurants and takeaways. There is a butcher, baker, fishmonger, whole-food shop as well as art and craft galleries and a lively street market on (most) Mondays. Nearby you can also enjoy golf, horse riding, kayaking, sailing and birdwatching on the Nevern estuary - a protected sanctuary.
The owners have taken great care to create a contemporary interior which is both aesthetically pleasing and comfortable.
Even on the stormiest winter's day or the calmest summer's day you are guaranteed wonderful, ever-changing sea views from this spacious holiday house, which sits at the top of the hill overlooking the old fishing harbour in north Pembrokeshire.
The house is large and spacious and has been renovated to a high standard whilst maintaining its original character and charm. It is also conveniently located, being just a few minutes walk to the local shops, pubs and restaurants.
Ty Fferm is a pretty colour washed farmhouse cottage just three quarters of a mile from the beach at Parrog in Newport and many other 'secret' coves and bays on the north Pembrokeshire coast - some accessible only by footpaths.
This newly renovated semi-detached holiday cottage offers comfortable character accommodation all year round. The cottage is situated at the foot of Carn Ingli Mountain on a small working farm with the farmer living next door.
Newport has a good selection of pubs, cafes, restaurants and village shops, within walking distance. Fresh hot bread, cakes and "ready meals" are available daily from the owner's daughter in law.
Ty Cariad is situated just half a mile from Newport village in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park, this semi detached holiday cottage with reversed accommodation, makes an ideal retreat for two or three persons.
The seaside village of Newport is very attractive and has several pubs, restaurants, craft shops and galleries. Newport beach and various secluded coves are dotted along the coastline waiting to be explored and the coastal bus service can be caught at the end of the farm lane.
Riding stables at the next door farm. At any time of the year, this cottage will provide a cosy and welcoming base. Fresh hot bread, cakes and "ready meals" are available daily from the owner's daughter in law.
This detached holiday cottage has fantastic sea views over the village of Aberporth and Cardigan Bay. It offers a great holiday base at any time of the year.
Aberporth has two sandy beaches (one a Blue Flag beach) within a 5 minute downhill walk of the cottage as well as 2 pubs and a village store. The Ceredigion heritage coastline boasts some superb beaches and the chance to spot the resident dolphins.
Cardigan is 6 miles away and has a large range of shops, restaurants, theatre, heritage centre etc. The picturesque seaside towns of New Quay and Aberaeron are within a half hour drive.
Within walking distance of the sea at the Parrog in Goodwick north Pembrokeshire, this large semi detached holiday cottage offers very spacious accommodation for families or groups of friends.
The village of Goodwick has several nice eateries, 3 pubs and a few village shops. Fishguard is close-by and offers a larger selection of shops, restaurants, galleries and a theatre.
The Coastal Path is readily accessed from the property and there is a good bus service from Goodwick and the train station is just a 2 minute walk, so you don't really need to have a car at all. The Irish Ferry, which makes a great day trip, is within walking distance and there are numerous attractions and places of interest to visit in the locality.
Just above the picturesque white-washed church and sheltered west facing beach at Mwnt, this delightful cottage, formerly a milking parlour, offers excellent contemporary accommodation on the Cardigan Bay coastline.
Cardigan Town is about 5 miles away and has a good selection of shops, galleries and pubs.
There are numerous glorious beaches along this stretch of coast including Poppit, Patch, Tresaith, Aberporth, Penbryn and Llangrannog. There is a pub and restaurant at Gwbert as well as two golf courses.
In a stunning location overlooking Dolau beach in New Quay, Ceredigion, this delightful detached holiday cottage offers sea views from 3 sides.
New Quay is famous for its resident dolphins which are regularly spotted throughout the year.
You can take boat trips from the quay out into Cardigan Bay. The town offers a good selection of pubs, eateries and shops befitting a seaside town. Dylan Thomas is reputed to have based some of his characters for Under Milk Wood on locals and the town is proud of its Maritime Heritage.
Small boats can be launched from Dolau beach but those thinking of bringing a larger boat need to check with the Harbourmaster's Office.
Cable Cottage is a truly unique property in a superb north Pembrokeshire cliff top location. It was originally one of the tiny stone cable huts used when telephone cables were first laid across the Atlantic. The local owners have taken great care when renovating the cottage to retain the character and charm throughout. The holiday cottage is extremely well appointed, which is apparent immediately upon entry.
It is an exceptional location commanding spectacular panoramic sea views over Fishguard Harbour, out towards the Irish Sea and along the dramatic coastline towards Dinas Head.
Guests will enjoy walking the Coastal Path which is just one field away, and can be approached through the owner's farmland below the cottage. This is an excellent base to explore a selection of sandy beaches and coves which are renowned for some of the best swimming and surfing in the County.
Rock Cottage overlooks the beautiful fishing village of Lower Town, Fishguard. The small harbour is famous for being the film location of Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood starring Richard Burton.
The holiday cottage has recently been completely refurbished creating a stylish, and elegant holiday home. The "upside down living" space ensures guests get the full benefit of the wonderful sea views.
The local pub (The Ship Inn) is just a short walk from the Cottage and frequently has live music at weekends.
Rock Cottage is the perfect holiday base to explore Pembrokeshire - a short drive to the many beaches and coves dotted along the stunning coastline. The shops, restaurants and pubs of Fishguard are within a half mile and St Davids, Porthgain, Solva, and Newport are all within easy reach.
This stylish conversion of an Edwardian railway carriage retains its original charm while hitting all the right notes on contemporary comfort.
There are 180 degree sea views over Cardigan Bay from the stunning cliff top location, with frequent sightings of resident bottlenose dolphins and seals.
The carriage is just moments from Aberporth's sandy blue flag beach, the Ceredigion Coastal Path and local pubs, shops and places to eat. Tresaith, Llangrannog, Cwmtydu, New Quay, Cardigan and Aberaeron are all close by, as are the two famous National Trust beaches of Mwnt and Penbryn.
On a clear day you can see all the way to Snowdon and North Wales.
This is a great spot for bird watching with many sea birds including oystercatchers, gannets, cormorants and kittiwakes as well as kestrels, red kites and many other breeds.
The main rooms enjoy wonderful views to the front over the sea and also to the rear over the orchard garden. You will enjoy all the comforts of the snug carriage, but you will take away with you the memories of the spectacular location.
Lovely sea views can be enjoyed from every room in this delightful Moylegrove holiday cottage on the coast road between Poppit and Newport Sands in north Pembrokeshire.
Ceibwr beach is a half mile walk from the accommodation and there are some fabulous coastal walks to be enjoyed along this stunning stretch of the coastline. Look out for the seals at Ceibwr and an early morning visit could well result in the company of an otter or two. The coastal bus goes past the cottage even in winter.
Nevern is 3 miles and has a Norman church as well as the famous Celtic cross.
Newport is 4 miles and has a good selection of individual shops, pubs and restaurants.
Wow! This very stylish accommodation makes a fabulous destination for a holiday by the Pembrokeshire seaside.
It is situated just a few yards from a long sandy blue flag beach perfect for surfing, windsurfing, walking & bathing. This stretch of coast has some stunning scenery and delightful coves and bays to explore.
The newly built house has many contemporary and eco-friendly features (Solar panels heat the hot water (with oil) and rain water is harvested for the WC) and a strong architectural feel whilst being both comfortable and relaxing.
There are pubs and restaurants within walking distance both in Broad Haven and the neighbouring village of Little Haven.
With stunning views over Lower Town Fishing Harbour in north Pembrokeshire and situated at the end of a private lane this very comfortable first floor apartment makes a perfect and peaceful holiday base with no passing traffic.
A path leads from the grounds to Lower Town harbour and the lane leads you into Fishguard where there is a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops.
Located in a unique, quiet, secluded position about 1/4 mile from the neighbouring property. It is an ideal base for a comfortable and relaxing holiday.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal path which has been named by the National Geographic as the second best walking destination in the world , is easily accessed as are the many lovely beaches and coves along this wonderful part of the North Pembrokeshire coastline.
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 for in a holiday destination with a good selection of individual shops, pubs and restaurants, plus two beaches and all of this backed by Carningli (Angel Mountain).
Access to the Pembrokeshire coastal path is at Parrog and there are 186 miles of stunning coastal path to enjoy.
Enjoying an excellent location with glorious views over Lower Town Harbour and beyond to Fishguard Bay in north Pembrokeshire, this ground floor holiday apartment makes a wonderful holiday destination for a couple.
Situated at the end of a private lane, a path leads from the grounds to Lower Town harbour and the lane leads you into Fishguard with a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops. This quiet apartment enjoys a secluded position and makes an ideal base for a comfortable and relaxing holiday.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal path is easily accessed as are the many lovely beaches and coves along this wonderful part of the Pembrokeshire coastline. You would not need a car to enjoy a holiday here.
CANCELLATION 5th June NOW £350 inc the booking fee. Spectacular sea views.
Next to the coastal path, right beside the picturesque Marine Walk and with superb sweeping views over Fishguard Harbour and Fishguard Bay, this detached bungalow makes a perfect location for a holiday.
This refurbished property is close to many amenities which include shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and a leisure centre.
There is a sail training centre just half a mile away at Goodwick beach and numerous other attractions, beaches and bays within a few minutes' drive.
The coastal and service bus runs past the end of the road and of course you can take a day trip to Ireland on the ferry sailing.
Enjoying a superb tucked away location just a minutes' (level) walk from Aberaeron south beach and harbour and 5 minutes from the town, this contemporary accommodation makes a perfect holiday home from home.
There are several shops, restaurants and pubs in the colourful Georgian town of Aberaeron which is situated between Cardigan and Aberystwyth.
New Quay, Aberporth, Tresaith, Llangrannog and Penbryn beaches are all within half an hour's drive and the coastal path is at the end of the lane.
Situated in the village of Llansaint between Ferryside and Kidwelly on the Carmarthenshire coastline, this detached dormer bungalow enjoys a superb skyline position.
The location will dazzle you with unspoilt rolling countryside and stunning coastline views of the Gower peninsular and the South Pembrokeshire coast.
The seaside village of Ferryside is a 5 minute drive while Pembrey Country Park with 500 acres and 8 miles of golden sands is only a 10 minute drive.
The town of Llanelli and historic town of Carmarthen are 10 miles either side with their extensive shopping centres. Pembrey Motorsport Circuit and Ffos-Las all weather racecourses are also close by.
An hour's drive will take you to Pembrokeshire, the heart of Carmarthenshire or the City of Swansea.
Some great attractions are Folly farm, Botanical Gardens of Wales, Dinosaur park, spell binding Castles and The LC Water Park and leisure complex, to name a few.
There are two pubs (The Kings Arms and The Joiners Arms) in the village that serve evening meals and Sunday lunch and for entertainment Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park is 1 mile down the road - day passes are available.
This stylish detached upside down property is finished and furnished to a very high standard throughout. Newly built and set back off the Marloes beach road at the end of the village, this house is a fabulous holiday destination in the Pembrokeshire National Park.
There is a stunning panoramic view over the fields of the dramatic coastline from St Davids right round to Solva and Newgale. Marloes village has a friendly pub called The Lobster Pot as well as The Clockhouse cafe.
The much photographed Marloes Sands is just a 3/4 mile walk away and has a huge expanse of golden sand at low tide.
The coastal bus can be hailed right outside the house and you can catch the Dale Princess boat to Skomer Island from Martins Haven just a couple of miles away. There is a village shop in Marloes.
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 minute walk along the estuary (which is a bird spotter's paradise); there is a good selection of friendly pubs, restaurants, galleries and individual shops in the town.
The beach is a 3 minute walk and the coastal path can be accessed directly from the golf course.
The club facilities, including the "nineteenth hole" are available for guests to enjoy. This suite is ideal for couples or a small family.