Set in an idyllic, elevated position in Dinas Cross, in the Pembrokeshire National Park lies Pen Y Mynydd, a fabulous farmhouse conversion.
Sharing an idyllic spot with a viewpoint of outstanding natural beauty, the 7 acres of private land has pasture, a meadow and private woodland walks.
It perfectly combines the breathtaking 180 degree sea views and a sense of wildness, yet is just a 10 minutes drive to Newport and Fishguard.
Boasting tasteful décor, picture-perfect sea views, a spacious garden and a wealth of home comforts, this stunning property makes the ideal escape for a family or group of friends looking to getaway in style.
On arrival, a private driveway leads you to ample parking before stepping into your home from home for your trip.
Step into the kitchen/diner, which is fitted with top-quality appliances for your culinary support.
From here, the dining table for ten makes a group dinner a relaxing affair; have the chef of the group cook up a storm to enjoy with a bottle of wine as conversation flows.
Make your way up to the galleried sitting room, home to two L-shaped sofas to sink into while you watch a film, or if you prefer to cosy up in front of a fire, head down the hallway to the snug.
When sleep calls, six bedrooms offer you a space to rest; three doubles lay on the ground floor for the adults of the group, while two twins and a single, ideal for any children in the family, rest on the first floor.
Completing the interior is a combination of bathroom configurations, including walk-in showers, a bath, and a utility area.
Take advantage of the sea views with drinks alfresco; the grounds are ideal for exploring, with far-reaching sea views to admire and incredible opportunities for star gazing.
The abundant wildlife can include owls, buzzards, badgers, foxes and rabbits so the young and young at heart can enjoy this harmony with nature.
If you don't feel like cooking, head to nearby Newport's many eateries such as the Golden Lion or Castle Inn.
Heading inland, visit Castell Henllys Iron Age Village and the remarkable 5,500 year old Pentre Ifan Neolithic Burial Chamber for an iconic picture postcard moment.
Take a stroll along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and visit Newport Sands where the children and doggie members of the family will have a geat time on its expanse of sands.
A walk around Dinas Head from Pwllgwaelod Beach to Cwm-Yr-Eglwys will offer stunning views with the latter offering another moment to savour, at the romantic ruins of St Brynach's Church, right on the coastline.
Visiting Fishguard, take in the beauty of Lower Town where the harbour played host to Hollywood classics such as Gregory Peck's Moby Dick and Dylan Thomas' under Mild Wood, featuring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
Head into town, where the story of the Last Invasion of Mainland Britain in 1797 and of Welsh heroine Jemima Nicholas is told in the Town Hall.
Then have a hearty meal in the Royal Oak on the square where the Napoleonic French signed their surrender all those years ago!
For the more adventurous, the mythical Preseli Hills, with its connection to the Bluestone of Stonehenge offers a range of walking and hiking options, offering great rural and coastal views.
For an unforgettable Pembrokeshire holiday with your favourite people, choose Pen Y Mynydd.