Yr Hen Bopty is a lovely first-floor apartment resting above a quaint shop in the seaside town of Newport, close to local amenities and a beach, it is ideal for a family or a group of friends looking to explore Pembrokeshire.
Be welcomed into a spacious kitchen/diner, ideal for cooking up a storm using the ample amenities available, and there is plenty of space for guests to dine together.
Afterwards, retire to a charming sitting room, warming your feet beside the woodburning stove as you unwind in the selection of furniture and catch up on your favourite TV shows in this light and airy space.
When sleep calls, freshen up in the bathroom with either a soak in the tub or a warm shower, before settling down for the night into one of the two bedrooms, both spacious and with plenty of storage, choosing between a double and a family room with single day bed and double.
For an alfresco affair, make the most of the sunshine on the rooftop terrace, a delightful space to unwind with a glass of your favourite beverage as you reflect on the day’s adventures from the outdoor furniture.
The property itself is placed above a fantastic wholefood shop, selling local produce and all of your holiday essentials, as well as warm croissants, vegetarian and vegan options, and Welsh smoked salmon.
The property is also close to a whole host of award-winning pubs, quaint cafes and tasty restaurants for when you don’t feel like cooking.
Teeming with wildlife, walk a short distance to discover the fantastic River Nevern Estuary, so birdwatching enthusiasts can enjoy a day spotting a variety of species, or head over to the wonderful Newport Sands Beach, where there are fantastic coastal walks to be enjoyed or a round of golf, if you are so inclined!
Find out more about local history and heritage at the impressive Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber and the fascinating Castell Henllys Iron Age Village.
Or head into the Preseli Hills on foot to Carningli, which offers wonderful views of Cardigan Bay.
There are many more lovely beaches to be explored, as well as the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and of course the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Also within easy reach is the historic market towjn of Cardigan, with its castle that witnessed the first Welsh Eisteddfod in 1176 and the Welsh Wildlife Centre near neighbouring Cilgerran.
Make a getaway to Wales to remember with a stay at the welcoming Yr Hen Bopty.