Newport 2.8 miles, Cardigan 9.0 miles, Fishguard 10.0 miles.
Tucked away in rural Pembrokeshire, in Felindre Farchog near Newport, is this fabulous, detached cottage, Y Felin at Coed Cadw.
Providing a family of four rustic yet stylish accommodation, the cottage is within easy reach of an array of Pembrokeshire's walking trails, picturesque towns and beaches.
After parking in one of three convenient off-road spaces, head inside the dwelling to be welcomed by rustic, exposed beams, stone flooring and bespoke, wooden doors throughout.
Wander down the steps to find a charming sitting room, where a wood burning stove gives the room a warm and welcoming glow, as you settle down on the leather sofas to spend quality time with your loved ones; grab a book or a DVD for some entertainment!
Make your way over to the kitchen, a place where the chef of the group can rustle up delectable dishes in style, thanks to the neatly tucked away, under-the-counter appliances, along with a vaulted ceiling that is framed by exposed beams, adding to the character of the property.
When dinner is served, gather at the dining table and crack open a bottle of wine to make a toast to this brilliant retreat.
Wander up the spiral, bespoke staircase where you will discover a tastefully furnished double and its own en-suite cloakroom.
Continue downstairs to discover a twin room that also enjoys access to the garden and is situated close to the family bathroom, where sleek tiling and a p-shaped bath with shower over await.
Savour a spot of alfresco dining in the rear garden, with its barbecue and two seating areas, before soaking up amongst the bubbles in your own hot tub; where you can take in your gorgeous surroundings as you relax your muscles.
If you'd prefer a meal out, a 5 minute walk will take you to the excellent Salutation Inn.
Livery is also available so why not bring your horse on holiday too and embark on foot or in saddle along an array of walking and cycling trails surrounding the property, as well as a selection of fascinating attractions, including the Castell Henllys Iron Age Village and the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, you won't need to travel far to keep yourselves entertained.
The town of Newport is just a short drive away and beholds a boat club, stunning beach, golf course and Pembrokeshire Coast Path for you to make the most of, before treating yourself to some retail therapy in the town's boutique shops or to a mouthwatering meal at one of the eateries dotted throughout.
Venture north east to discover Cardigan, where you can stroll along the River Teifi with a furry friend, tour the bustling Cardigan Guildhall Market, and explore the 12th century Cardigan Castle.
Pembrokeshire is home to many more sights to see, including the towns of Haverfordwest and Fishguard, along with the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where you can explore the wonders of St. Brides Bay.
For your next adventure in Pembrokeshire, look no further than Y Felin at Coed Cadw.