Holiday Cottage Newport Pembrokeshire | Bwthyn Trefdraeth
Holiday Cottage Newport Pembrokeshire
Bwthyn Trefdraeth holiday cottage – Newport, Pembrokeshire offers a stunning, uninterrupted view of Newport Bay. Its ideal location makes it a perfect base for walking the nearby Pembrokeshire Coastal path or exploring the delightful seaside town of Newport. Within easy walking distance of Newport beach, further coves/beaches and an assortment of restaurants and friendly pubs. Newport Golf Links Course, pony trekking centres, local crafts workshops and sports centres are all nearby as well.
The Welsh name for Newport is Trefdraeth and can be translated to 'town by the beach'. This says it all as this holiday cottage Newport, Pembrokeshire offers an ideal location for swimming, windsurfing, sailing and canoeing. Other activities to be enjoyed here are tennis, cycling, fishing and bird-watching.
Welcoming cottage with open plan kitchen / dining and living room.
Kitchen - Oak units including washing machine, fridge and freezer, dishwasher, microwave, plus breakfast bar
Lounge - Oak floor,leather three-piece suite, TV and DVD player, and a picture window overlooking Newport Bay
Bathroom - With shower unit, wash basin, toilet and bidet
Bedroom 1 – Double bed with built in wardrobe
Bedroom 2 – Twin beds with built in wardrobe
A large green play-area fronts the cottage with furniture for alfresco dining.
Patio with dining set overlooking large lawn, Newport Bay and across to Newport Links Golf Course.
Bed linen and towels provided
Electric and central heating included
Cot and high chair available
Hair drier available
Own parking area adjacent to the cottage
Sorry no pets or smoking within the premises
Owners live in the house next door and are happy to advise on local attractions.
Secure bike storage
This holiday cottage, Newport Pembrokeshire is available for short breaks at certain times during the year. Further details under 'Prices'.
Rather than tow them home every time, occasionally friends of the owners might leave their tourer vans at the far end of the field away from the property. Be advised they might be there, but rarely would you see them occupied and these have never been an issue with guests in the past
|Very peaceful and fantastic view. Cottage was so comfy, warm and welcoming and had a nice atmosphere.|
|Sarah from London, Nov 2015
Use the Poppet Rocket to visit other parts of coast and to connect with walks on the coastal path. At this time of the year make sure you walk up the mountain to the rear of the property to see the display of lavender heather and yellow gorse - stunning! This was out second booking with Best of Wales.
|David from Derbyshire , Sep 2015
|Relaxing, great views
Plenty of great walking opportunities as well as great coastine. People were very friendly and hospitable Nice to try local food such as Welsh cakes
|Couple from Northants, May 2015
|It was our first visit but it won't be our last. Book for evening meals as they offer great value and get booked up really fast|
|Ian from Wigan, Mar 2015
|Great location, friendly owner, very pleasant stay
Visit Skomer island and see the Puffins (June & July) Climb Carningli Mountain for a great view Park in Cwm-Yr-Eglwys walk over Dinas Head, have lunch in The Old Sailor then wander back Visit St Davids Cathedral
|Family from Hampshire, Jul 2014
Bwthyn Trefdraeth holiday cottage, Newport Pembrokeshire is set in its own spacious grounds adjacent to the owners' dwelling, just 1 mile from the centre of the town. To the south, Fishguard is 7 miles away while Cardigan is 12 miles to the north.
Within walking distance of your holiday cottage, Newport Pembrokeshire's delightful coastal town has a truly Welsh feel about it. It is one of the most beautiful places to holiday in Wales and has a variety of shops, numerous art galleries, craft shops, antique shops, books shops and coffee shops. Local pubs and restaurants provide extensive menus, many with fresh local produce including locally caught shellfish, seafood and sewin from the River Nevern. Located on the North Pembrokeshire Coast the 3 larger towns of Fishguard, Cardigan and Haverfordwest are all within a 30 minute drive.
Inland from Bwthyn Trefdraeth holiday cottage lies the ancient Preseli Mountains. There are many tales and myths around these magical mountains. The world famous Bluestones of Stonehenge originated in these hills. Carningli Mountain lies just above the town and although only 400 meters in height the coastal location makes it a unique spot with spectacular views.
For walkers the ‘Poppit Rocket’ shuttle bus runs along the coast from Newport towards Cardigan and with many stops along the way it is an ideal aid to walking sections of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Famous for its many dolphins and porpoises the headlands along this section of the Pembrokeshire coast provide excellent opportunities to marvel at these fantastic mammals.Beaches
Traeth Mawr is the largest of the beaches with almost a mile of flat golden sand. During the summer there is a safe swimming zone manned by lifeguards. 1 mile.
Some of the best stretches of the North Pembrokeshire Coastal Path can be enjoyed easily and without too much effort. 0.5 miles
There is superb fishing all around the Newport area.
Sea Fishing – Where the river Nevern meets the sea is a popular bass and flat fish mark. 0.5 mile.
Coarse fishing -Many lakes including Yet-y-Gors Coarse Fishery. 7 miles
Game fishing – River Nevern holds wild brown trout and runs of salmon and sea trout. 0.5 miles.
Newport is best links courses in the UK and located along the Coastal Path. 2 miles
Many trails and quiet local roads in the area making superb cycling. You can cycle right onto Newport sands. 1 mile
Crosswell Horse Agency caters for novices and experienced riders alike – 3 miles
Check-in from: 15:00 / Check-out by: 10:00
TestimonialsVery peaceful and fantastic view. Cottage was so comfy, warm and welcoming and had a nice atmosphere.Sarah from London, Nov 2015Wonderful views
Use the Poppet Rocket to visit other parts of coast and to connect with walks on the coastal path. At this time of the year make sure you walk up the mountain to the rear of the property to see the display of lavender heather and yellow gorse - stunning! This was out second booking with Best of Wales.David from Derbyshire , Sep 2015Relaxing, great views
Plenty of great walking opportunities as well as great coastine. People were very friendly and hospitable Nice to try local food such as Welsh cakesCouple from Northants, May 2015It was our first visit but it won't be our last. Book for evening meals as they offer great value and get booked up really fastIan from Wigan, Mar 2015Great location, friendly owner, very pleasant stay
Visit Skomer island and see the Puffins (June & July) Climb Carningli Mountain for a great view Park in Cwm-Yr-Eglwys walk over Dinas Head, have lunch in The Old Sailor then wander back Visit St Davids CathedralFamily from Hampshire, Jul 2014