Tucked away in the heart of the charming coastal town of Newport, rests one of its smallest properties, this traditional stone-built cottage, Penpwmp.
Offering a snug and romantic setting, Penpwmp is the idyllic base for an intimate escape to the dramatic coast of Pembrokeshire.
Step over the threshold and into the contemporary open-plan living space, beautifully-decorated with contrasting traditional wood furnishings, providing a homely setting and inviting you to kick off your shoes and relax and unwind on the snug sofa as you unwind in front of the television.
The designated chef will be delighted by the amply-equipped kitchen, featuring a stylish red décor and housing all of the essential amenities required to prepare a tasty meal for two, serving at the bistro-style dining table to indulge in some overdue quality time together.
When sleep calls, prepare for bed in the modern walk-in shower, making sure to rinse off your sandy toes after a fun-filled day at the beach, before retiring to the double bedroom (with access from one side only), boasting a neutral and snug interior, offering a calming ambience to rest your head.
If you don't fancy cooking, take a break from the kitchen and enjoy a leisurely stroll into the heart of Newport, where you'll be spoilt for choice with the plethora of eateries on offer, including quaint cafes, traditional country pubs as well as a variety of takeaways, perfect for picking up a delicious meal to enjoy in the comfort of your holiday home.
Pack up your beach going essentials and head to Newport Beach for a rejuvenating dip in the scenic waters of the bay, or soak up the rays from the comfort of the beautiful golden sand.
History buffs will be delighted with a visit to the stunning Neolithic Pentre Ifan burial chamber or the the nearby coastal town of Fishguard, home of the 'Last Invasion Tapestry' to denote the last invasion of mainland Britain in 1797!
If that's not your thing, visit the marine wildlife on display at the exciting Ocean Lab aquarium in Goodwick, where you can partake in the unique experience of touching a starfish.
Venture further afield to the Cathedral City of St Davids and to the bustling town of Cardigan, where you can enjoy a spot of shopping at Cardigan Guildhall Market, boasting over 30 independent traders, perfect for picking up a gift for your loved ones, or explore the striking architecture of the 12th century Cardigan Castle, the birthplace of the Welsh 'Eisteddfod' followed by a spot of fish and chips and a leisurely stroll along the banks of the River Teifi.
Explore the delights of Pembrokeshire with a stay at Penpwmp.