Sitting on the Nevern Estuary in Newport and boasting spectacular sea views is Chandler’s Retreat, a detached property ideal for friends and families alike, this property is sure to be the ideal base for a relaxing trip to West Wales.
Set over three floors and sleeping eight guests this stunning property presents a sleek style and all the appliances you could need for a tranquil break by the coast.
On arrival, two off-road parking spaces greet you before stepping into a quaint hallway to drop of your coats and shoes .Moving through the property, the elegant open-plan living and dining area welcomes you with its bright and airy décor and stunning sea views continued throughout the property, hosting two delightful sofas and two armchairs to snuggle up with your loved ones and a dining table with benches so there are no obstructions when admiring the picturesque landscape.
Beyond here is the well-equipped open-plan kitchen, home to a coffee machine, dishwasher, a 50/50 fridge/freezer, a five-ring gas hob and oven for the budding chefs, where you can rustle up tasty meals for the whole group, as well as a handy washer/dryer.
Back into the hallway discover a convenient ground floor cloakroom and up the oak staircase to the first floor, you will be spoilt for choice for bedrooms, a delicately decorated twin room with chest of drawers and hanging pegs for clothes; a king-size with chest of drawers and hanging pegs for clothes, en-suite, Juliet balcony and a magnificent sea view to wake up to; and a further king-size with chest of drawers and hanging pegs for clothes and a Juliet balcony.
Climb the stairs to the second floor to the master bedroom boasting yet another king-size room with a wardrobe, window seat and an en-suite, providing a fabulous freestanding bath overlooking the sea and Nevern Estuary, as well as a walk-in shower, basin and WC, perfect for a relaxing soak after a long day of exploring your surroundings Step outside and enjoy a balmy summer’s evening on the patio, with plenty of seating where you can enjoy a spot of al fresco dining in the last of the sun of an evening while surrounded by an impeccable backdrop.
Hot water outside shower for washing off sandy bodies.
Discover the local restaurants and pubs, such as Morawelon Waterfront Bar and Restaurant, based in the local caravan and camping park, or for a satisfying dining experience visit Tides Kitchen and Wine Bar, noted for their delicious pies and fresh fish counter.
Soak up the surroundings by visiting nearby landmarks, Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber, Waun Mawn Standing Stones and Cerrig y Gof all set amongst luscious countryside and worth the short car journey.
For the adventurous ones of the group, branch out to Tenby where you can discover Bluestone Adventure Centre, ideal for a fun-filled day out in the activity and craft centres, you can even stop for a spot of lunch at their wildwood café.
Tucked away in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park you can explore the history and heritage of Castell Henllys Iron Age Village, a truly fascinating experience set in amongst the stunning Welsh countryside where you can learn about the native tribes as well as the biodiverse habitats for countless amounts of wildlife.
For a splendid retreat promising a relaxed holiday in West Wales, choose Chandler’s Retreat.