Bwthyn Betsi is a lovely semi-detached home situated near the seaside in Newport, Pembrokeshire.
Bwthyn Betsi is a great stay for a family of four, with access to the scenic beauty of mythical Carningli Mountain as well as the charming towns and villages that are speckled along Pembrokeshire's coastline.
As soon as you arrive at Bwthyn Betsi, you will be greeted with a parking place in the garage, as well as the owners generously offered permit parking space at the nearby Long Street car park. Continue inside to an inviting living/dining area with painted beams and hardwood floors for a warm atmosphere; relax in front of the wood burning stove and turn on the Smart TV to watch one of the numerous BT-based packages available.
Head to the kitchen, where the group's chef can get to work preparing a delectable meal with the abundance of appliances on hand, including an electric/gas cooker with extractor fan; these delicacies can be enjoyed at the dining table in the cool months and out on the patio in the warmer months while your furry friends stretch their legs.
There is also a washing machine in the kitchen, as well as a tumble dryer in the garage, so you can keep your clothing fresh during your stay.
As the day draws to a close, make your way upstairs to two beautiful bedrooms, a double and a twin, both of which are conveniently located near a shower room to enjoy a rejuvenating rinse in the glass cubicle.
All you need for a self-catered stay is just a stone's throw away in Newport, which has a superb selection of eateries as well as a variety of stores.
The ancient landmark of Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber, Carreg Coetan, access to the gorgeous River Nevern Wildfowl Conservation Area and Newport Beach are just a few of the fantastic attractions and activities available in Newport.
Take the Pembrokeshire Coast Path west to the coastal town of Fishguard, where you can see the wonderful vistas of Lower Town, the 1797 Last Invasion of Britain Tapestry and the sweep of Fishguard Bay.
Cardigan, a town situated on Afon Teifi and home to the Welsh Eisteddfod's birthplace at Cardigan Castle, the Guildhall Market and the Welsh Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran, may be found in the eastwards direction.
Continue west and south through the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where you may enjoy a variety of watersports along St. Brides Bay and visit the UK's smallest city with its incredible cathedral in St Davids along the way.
A memorable break awaits at Bwthyn Betsi.