This contemporary three-bedroom cottage, Awel Deg, is idyllically situated in a quiet residential area on the outskirts of the coastal resort of Newport.
Awel Deg is a beautiful location for a small family or group of friends wishing to discover the wonders of south west Wales, enjoying close proximity to a fantastic array of amenities and attractions, including the picture-perfect coastline of Pembrokeshire.
A spacious driveway greets you upon arrival, making loading and unloading an easy task; from here you can unpack your belongings and make your way inside to begin your staycation.
As you step inside, make your way down the hallway to the cosy sitting room where you can look forward to settling down for the evening in front of the television while the warmth of the gas fire gently warms your toes.
Venturing through, discover the open-plan kitchen/diner tucked away at the back of the property, bathed with natural light and framing wonderful views of the garden's greenery from the towering aspect windows.
Uncork a bottle of wine and gather your guests together at the dining table to recount the days adventures as the designated chef prepares a heart-warming meal in the well-equipped kitchen and choose between indulging in a romantic meal for two at the elegant kitchen island, or making mealtimes a social occasion.
In the summer months, take your dining experience outdoors with a seat on the beautifully-appointed patio, where a handful of stone steps lead down to a spacious lawn, perfect for your four-legged friends.
As day draws to night, prepare for bed with a leisurely soak in the tub, or wash away the day in the convenient walk-in shower positioned in the handy wet room.
When sleep calls, choose from one of three well-presented bedrooms, a double bedroom with its own en-suite shower room, or two twin bedrooms, offering flexible sleeping configurations for friends or children sharing.
Take a short walk into the centre of Newport to get a greater sense of your surroundings, where you'll find a variety of pubs and restaurants, including Tides Kitchen & Wine Bar for a touch of fine dining, as well as The Royal Oak for traditional pub cuisine.
Pack your beach going essentials and head to Traeth Mawr, where you build castles amongst the glorious sand, paddle the bay's coastlines, or explore the secret rock pools.
The coastal town of Fishguard is close by, where it's peaceful harbour provides the idyllic seaside setting to savour fresh fish and chips; here you can marvel at the historic ruins of Fishguard Fort or lace up your walking boots and embark on an adventure along the Marine Walk, boasting unspoilt views across the tranquil waters.
Jump in the car and journey to the town of Cardigan, where you can explore the 12th-century remains of Cardigan Castle, positioned in an elevated location overlooking Afon Teifi; a lovely spot for a picnic with a view, or wander through the stalls at Cardigan Guildhall Market.
With St Davids, Porthgain, Solva, and St Dogmaels nearby, there's plenty more to see and do.
Whisk your loved ones away on a coastal retreat with a stay at Awel Deg.