Newport 9.3 miles.
The welcoming, end-terrace house of 1 The Terrace enjoys a quaint location in the lovely village of Rosebush near Newport.
Perfect for a family of six with two furry friends, this blue-painted cottage is situated within easy access of all that Pembrokeshire has to offer, whilst being surrounded by a stunning rural vista, on the edge of the Preseli Hills.
The property boasts two off-road parking spaces, along with nearby parking in a public car park, to suit your arrangements.
After parking, make your way inside this delectable property and be enveloped by the well-presented open-plan living space.
Venture to the kitchen and whip up a mouthwatering meal with the vast selection of appliances available, from a electric oven with a gas hob to a dishwasher.
After dinner is served, gather the family around the charming dining table, or enjoy it at the additional table that seats up to two guests.
End the day by relaxing on the nearby sofas, or progress through to the lovely snug room, a space containing original features, including a stone fireplace, along with a selection of books, games and a Smart TV to keep you entertained; light the wood burning stove to give you some extra warmth.
After spending quality time with your group, retire to the three fabulous bedrooms that rest on the first floor, including: a king-size with a vaulted ceiling, adorned with exposed beams, a double with a brass bed frame and lovely colour scheme, and a twin room with lovely pastel finishes.
In the morning, prep for the day in the nearby family bathroom, or venture downstairs to discover a shower room that is home to a spacious walk-in shower.
Throw any muddy clothes in the utility room's washing facilities, before grabbing a cold beverage from its fridge/freezer, to be enjoyed outside.
Unwind on the back terrace's outdoor furniture as you take in those marvellous views, and your kids and canine companions play to their heart's content on the lawn below.
The Tafarn Sinc pub is located a leisurely stroll away, and serves up tasty dishes and traditional ales.
To find more of your amenities, venture north to Newport where you can find an array of pubs, eateries and shops; the town hosts a Boat Club where you can sail through Pembrokeshire's delightful waters, before wandering into the nature-rich River Nevern Wildfowl Conservation Area or engage with the town's past at Carreg Coetan.
Continue to Fishguard and spend the day taking in Lower Town and the Marine Walk, before taking the kids for a fascinating afternoon at Ocean Lab, in Goodwick.
Or hike up to Fishguard Fort where you can join the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Travel further afield to Cardigan and immerse yourself in the local history by visiting the Castle or Guildhall Market, before enjoying a walk with your furry friends along the Teifi River and through the fabulous Welsh Wildlife Centre.
Make the most of Pembrokeshire's coast and spend some time in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where an array of watersports along with ample sunbathing opportunities await at St. Brides Bay.
Create long-lasting memories with your family at 1 The Terrace.