Situated on the outskirts of the lovely seaside town of Newport, Pembrokeshire lies Sea View, a fabulous, detached Pembrokeshire-stone cottage.
Boasting sea views and a large lawn and patio garden, this charming cottage offers everything you need for a fun-filled family holiday to the Welsh coast.
On arrival at the property, off-road parking invites you to leave the car and get settled in your home away from home for the trip.
Make your way inside and kick off your shoes ready to cosy up with your loved ones in front of the woodburning stove; the sitting room hosts character white beams along with a plush sofa and a TV, perfect for snuggling up after an adventurous day of exploring.
The cottage provides a certain air of tranquility and this is mostly present in the snug, where you can escape from the rest of the group and sit in front of the gas fire with a good book.
The chef of the group will be please to discover a well-equipped kitchen with an electric oven and hob, perfect for whipping up meals for the family ahead of a day trip.
Gather in the conservatory and sit down for dinner with your loved ones while you discuss the day's events; here, you will also find plenty of seating to admire the sea views through the large windows.
Finishing off the ground floor is a handy utility where you can freshen up your clothes throughout your stay, along with a convenient cloakroom.
As the evening draws to a close, venture upstairs to the bedrooms for some well-earned rest.
The first floor hosts a double with an en-suite shower room, ideal for savouring a bit of privacy after a busy day, while the remaining two bedrooms, another double and a twin, are serviced by a bathroom fit with a bath with a shower over so you have the option of a long soak or quick rinse.
Completing the interior of the cottage is a quaint cot room, thoughtfully decorated with families in mind.
Outside, the garden boasts a luscious green lawn and a patio with dining furniture where you can dine al fresco in the summer months.
Treat your loved ones to a meal out one evening in the town centre; Tides Kitchen & Wine Bar serves fresh seafood but if pub grub is more your style, why not try The Golden Lion Hotel.
Spend a day at Newport beach taking in the dramatic coastlines topped with fresh greenery, or perhaps try your hand at some watersports on the calming shores.
Children, or even those who just love animals will enjoy a day at Welsh Wildlife Centre, learning about the species found in the nearby Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve.
Antique enthusiasts will revel in an afternoon at the Carningli Centre which is right in the town centre and boasts an eclectic selection of antiques, restorations, books and art.
Branching further afield, the thriving seaside resort of Cardigan is just a scenic drive away, with Cardigan Castle standing prominently within the town and a good selection of pubs, shops and eateries, Cardigan makes for a lovely day out at any age.
Bring your friends and family to Sea View for a memorable stay any time of year.