Minafon is a charming stone-fronted cottage nestled in Newport, Sir Benfro, sitting on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, famed for its exceptional views.
Set over two floors and sleeping up to eight guests, Minafon is the perfect tourist base for a family or group of friends to immerse themselves in all west Wales has to offer.
Park your car in one of the two handy designated parking spaces just outside of the cottage, before taking the few stone steps leading down towards the property.
Look forward to snuggling up under the rustic beams and exposed stonework as you enjoy a night of films and popcorn with the family.
Treat your family to delicious home-cooked meals and put your culinary skills to the test in the well-equipped kitchen, before gathering around the dining table to enjoy the fruits of your labour.
Guests can benefit from the convenient ground-floor double bedroom with zip/link providing ample sleeping spots for all parties, along with a handy shower room where you can freshen up after a long day on the beach.
Moving on to the first floor, you will find a further three bedrooms, the first being a spacious king-size with balcony and en-suite shower room for guests to get ready in style.
There is also a second-floor double with plenty of storage and a twin room, ideal for children.
Children can enjoy playing garden games on the large lawn area, settling down to enjoy a delicious lunch on the lovely picnic table, whilst you soak up the sun on the swing-seat.
Ideally situated on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Newport is a tourist hotspot, known for its expansive coastal views and array of activities to suit all tastes.
Set on the River Nevern, you can enjoy glorious river-side walks and stop to visit the excellent selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and tea rooms, where you can sample the local welsh delights of welsh cakes and bara brith.
Grab your walking boots and take a romantic walk on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, where you can expect panoramic views of the sea and surrounding areas and some lucky visitors have even managed to spot dolphins and seals on their travels too!
Walk to Parrog and Newport Sands.
For those who love their tennis, bring your rackets and balls with you or if a round of golf is more your thing, pack up your clubs and visit the excellent golf club where you can take in the wonderful vista of Cardigan Bay.
For those seeking something a little different on their trip, the smallest city in Britain, St Davids and its cathedral, is an easy drive.
Be sure to make the short trip to Fishguard, where you can enjoy kayaking on the bay or visit the Town Hall with its famous 100 ft long tapestry detailing the last invasion of mainland Britain.
For memories that will last a lifetime, choose Minafon.