HOT TUB NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL EARLY OCTOBER.
Maesgwyn is a magnificent, five-bedroom home located in the heart of the coastal town of Newport in Pembrokeshire.
Maesgwyn provides ten guests and two canine companions with a homely base that includes flexible sleeping arrangements, a private hot tub and an enclosed, multi-level garden, whilst enjoying a prime location close to a variety of restaurants, shops, and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park's shoreline.
Before entering the house, take advantage of the off-road parking for two cars.
Once inside, discover the well-equipped kitchen/dining space where you can cook up delectable meals on the AGA and gas stove before meeting in the designated dining area.
The sitting area has plush sofas, a Smart TV and a woodburning stove, whilst the snug/study offers further peace, located next door.
Climb the steps to the rear garden as the night falls, which features a decked area, furniture, a barbecue and a luxurious hot tub, making it the perfect location to unwind after a day of exploration.
Head to one of the five bedrooms, which are spread out over the upper two floors.
You'll find a double, a twin with a trundle, and a cosy, windowless child's bunk room on the first floor, as well as a bathroom with a roll-top tub and a walk-in shower.
The remaining two double bedrooms are located on the second floor and are serviced by a contemporary shower room.
Start your day with a cup of coffee in the garden before venturing out to explore the town, stock up on necessities and grab a bite to eat at Blas at Fronlas, Tides Kitchen & Wine Bar or The Canteen, before exploring the coastline towards Newport Sands.
Castell Henllys Iron Age Village and the striking Pentre Ifan Neolithic Burial Chamber will delight the historians of the group, as will a trip north to Cardigan where the first ever Welsh Eisteddfod took place in 1176 in its castle.
The nature lovers of the group can meanwhile revel in the Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran before dusting off the hiking boots to take in the splendour of the Preseli Hills, including Carningi Mountain above Newport.
Heading west, a trip towards Fishguard affords the opportunity to take in the Pembrokeshire Coast Path at Dinas Head, connecting the popular beaches of Pwllgwaelod and Cwm-Yr-Eglwys.
Fishguard affords the remarkable story of Welsh heroine Jemima Nicholas which you can digest at the Last Invasion Tapestry in the Town Hall, before taking in a meal at the Royal Oak opposite, where the Napoleonic French signed an unconditional surrender across the bar, in 1797!
Start your exploration of remarkable Pembrokeshire at memorable Maesgwyn.