4 Llan yr Eglwys is a charming, detached house resting in a peaceful cul-de-sac in Newport, Pembrokeshire.
Enjoying a central location with all amenities just a stone’s throw away and contemporary décor speckled with playful seaside touches, 4 Llan yr Eglwys is a fantastic setting for a family of six or a group of friends wanting to explore the scenic Pembrokeshire Coast.
Step into the hallway, where you can discard any coats and shoes after your journey, before entering the generous sitting room, with an abundance of natural light flowing in from the bay window, you can look forward to cosying up with loved ones and enjoying a movie marathon on the TV.
Look forward to delighting your guests with flavoursome home-cooked dishes courtesy of the fully-equipped kitchen/diner, with electric oven and halogen hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher for keeping your space tidy.
On warmer evenings, tuck-in to a scrumptious meal out on the private patio, where you can plan the days ahead over a crisp bottle of wine, lighting the fire pit for when the weather cools.
Completing the ground-floor is a convenient utility room with tumble dryer and washing machine, perfect for keeping your holiday wardrobe fresh, and a cloakroom, ideal for a quick freshen up!
As your eyes grow heavy, climb the stairs to the first-floor where you will find three sumptuous bedrooms to catch your rest in, a king-size and two doubles, each with storage for your belongings.
Kick-start your day with a refreshing shower or indulgent bubble bath, before getting ready and setting out for the day.
Pack up your swimming trunks and bathing suits and head straight for the glorious sands of Newport Beach, where you can lie in the sunshine with your favourite book, or take a dip in the sea.
Overlooking the beach is a superb 18-hole championship golf course with impressive sea views, ideal for those keen golfers in your party.
Unleash your inner historian and marvel at the nearby historical landmarks including the iconic neolithic Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber, and Castell Henllys Iron Age Village, a remarkable setting with Iron Age roundhouses settled in 30-acres of parkland.
Next stop is Cardigan, where you can explore the grand 12th-century riverside castle, followed by a wander around the Cardigan Guildhall Market, a traditional market will stalls featuring crafts, jewellery, homemade food and souvenirs.
Be sure to make time to visit the Welsh Wildlife Centre where you can spot the local wildlife, followed by coffee and a slice of cake at the onsite café which offers views over the Teifi Marshes.
For a coastal getaway like no other, be sure to choose 4 Llan yr Eglwys as your home-away-from-home.