1 Bank Terrace is a delightful Grade II end-of-terrace, stone cottage situated in Newport, Pembrokeshire.
Internally, this dog-friendly property boasts a light decor, with high-quality furnishings, so you feel right at home from the moment you step into the cottage.
The sitting room has two large sofas to curl up on while relaxing and unwinding in front of the TV.
Use the snug area as a quiet space for catching up on a good book, with the delightful log burning stove to keep you warm during those chilly evenings.
The open-plan kitchen is amply-equipped with everything you could need to rustle up a home-cooked meal for the whole family!
Gather around the dining area for group gatherings over a complimentary bottle of chilled champagne.
Follow the dog-leg staircase up to the first floor, where you will discover three well-presented bedrooms, consisting of two king-size, one with an en-suite shower room and a twin served by a family bathroom and a first floor cloakroom; enjoy a relaxing soak in the tub on an evening to wash away the day’s adventures, or a quick shower in the morning to prepare you for the day ahead.
The master bedroom has patio doors which lead out to a first-floor enclosed garden area, with a range of seating for you to sit out with a refreshing beverage and enjoy this coastal air.
There is a second set of stairs leading up to the second floor, which offers an extra king-size bedroom with an en-suite shower room; all the bedrooms are fitted with enough storage for all of your belongings.
The town of Newport has a range of popular pubs, cafés and restaurants, such as Tides Kitchen & Wine Bar or Blas @ Fronlas, or for an evening meal, try out the Castle Inn or Golden Lion.
When you head to Newport Beach, where you may paddle the coastlines, relax in the sun with your favourite book, or grab a bite to eat from the neighbouring Cat Rock Café at Newport Golf Club.
Then stretch your legs by taking in the visual delights along popular Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
The hikers of the group can likewise travel inland to explore Mynydd Carningli in the Preseli Hills for wonderful panoramic views or take in the historic serenity of the remarkable Neolithic Burial Chamber at nearby Pentre Ifan.
The nature enthusiasts of the group will want to visit Cilgerran's Wildlife Centre, which can be followed-up with some retail therapy in the historic market town of Cardigan, which witnessed the fist ever Welsh Eisteddfod in its castle, in 1176.
1 Bank Terrace is an excellent home away-from-home for friends and family.