Rhyddhad is located in the centre of the Pembrokeshire seaside town of Newport, just a short 10 minute walk from the coast.
This semi-detached house has a lovely interior and a huge lawn where you may dine alfresco in the summer.
Bring your family and friends of us to 8 and be met with an off-road parking place before entering, where you may kick off your sandy shoes and get ready to explore.
Relax and rest in the sitting area, which features three soft sofas, a television for entertainment, and a coffee table for your cup of tea and nibbles.
Admire the hard-wood floors as you go through the house before heading to the kitchen/diner, where you can cook with the Rayburn, oven, and gas burner, as well as a microwave for convenience.
Gather around the dining table, which gets plenty of natural light thanks to the sash windows as you eat home-cooked meals; a dishwasher makes cleaning up a breeze.
Enjoy a refreshing beverage while watching the sunset from the vast garden or from the sheltered courtyard.
As the evening draws to a close, you can retire to the additional cottage annex which is available at an additional rate, with a double bed, where you can enjoy the warmth of the woodburning stove.
Or choose between four more bedrooms upstairs in the main house, including three comfortable doubles with storage on the first floor and a twin bedroom on the second floor.
Start your day with a relaxing bath in the bathroom or a refreshing shower in the ground-floor shower room or in the cottage annex before sharing breakfast at the dining table.
The historic seaside town of Newport has plenty to see and do, including a sandy beach where you may construct a sandcastle or enjoy the waves.
For history aficionados, the impressive Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber is a must-see, or visit the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm in Eglwyswrw to meet some real gentle giants.
In Newport, there are many restaurants and bars to pick from, the Castle Inn and Golden Lion being particularly popular if you're seeking a pleasant spot to unwind and have a pint or two.
Visit Fishguard, along the north Pembrokeshire coast, a seaside town and region that boasts some of the country's most beautiful landscapes.
The town is famously associated with the Last Invasion of Mainland Britain in 1797 and the ever popular Lower Town was the Hollywood location for Gregory Peck's Moby Dick and Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton's Under Milk Wood!
Cardigan Castle, the birthplace of the Welsh Eisteddfod, the Welsh Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran and Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park are just a few of the attractions in or near the historic market town of Cardigan whilst a journey down the coast to St Davids will reward you with the majestic sight of its awe-inspiring cathedral!
Book a stay in Rhyddhad for a taste of both the countryside and the coast.