Castle Green stands in a small side street virtually in the shadow of the Norman castle in Newport Pembrokeshire. This Grade II listed 18th-century cottage has been renovated to take a step back in time, to encompass the character and charm of its early life .FREE WiFi …see more
The stunningly beautiful north Pembrokeshire Coastline has some of the best beaches in Wales and is also home to a quite demanding section of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Coast and Country Holidays Limited have a manned office 7 days a week, 12 hour …see more
6 Jul 2015
A very nice place to stay, beautiful walks from the doorstep yet minutes walk away from numerous places to eat and shops. The garden really is dog friendly, so often when a garden is described as "enc… More
Beautifully converted stable cottage with brass bedstead and woodburning stove, set in the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, a short drive from several beautiful beaches, and 186 mile coastal path. Great for relaxing holidays and romantic self-catering getaways. …see more
27 Apr 2014
"A true get-away-from-it-all escape in a lovely area"
We rented this cottage for a week and found it to be just what we needed - quiet, relaxed, and finished to a high standard. There is plenty to see and do in the area, with the Pembrokeshire coastal pa… More
Beautifully converted granary set in the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, is within minutes drive of beautiful beaches, and coastal path. Upside down living and a woodburning stove make this a special destination. …see more
31 Dec 2011
"Worked for our family, but must have a car"
The highlights were a comfortable cottage with enough space for four adults and 2 kids. We all liked it. Fairly easy to get to villages for pubs, grocery stores etc by car. Without a car don't even c… More
A traditional stone built farmhouse dating back to the 17th Century. Situated in the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, this spacious detached farmhouse makes an ideal holiday retreat. Built from local stone over 200 years ago, it has been sympathetically renovated. …see more
22 Oct 2012
"Spacious, peaceful and superbly located"
If you like peace and quiet, and the farmhouse style, this is for you. We loved it. My wife, as always, felt it could have been a little cleaner, but for a genuine old farmhouse I felt it was as clean… More
Lovely stone cottage in a delightful location at the foot of Carningli Mountain, just half a mile from Newport Town with its beaches, excellent range of small shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs. The iron bridge, coastal path and parrog beach all within a mile.
This attractive and comfortable cottage is just a short walk from Parrog beach and the Pembrokeshire Coastal path.
It is just 5 minutes' walk from the centre of Newport where there is a good selection of pubs, traditional shops, local crafts, galleries and restaurant …see more
Close to the centre of the lovely seaside town of Newport, Pembrokeshire - this cottage makes a great holiday base. Within 5 minutes' walk you could birdwatch on the Nevern estuary, have a drink in one of the friendly local hostelries or walk the coastal path. …see more
This cosy stone 'grace and favour' cottage for two in the heart of the National Park makes a perfect getaway for couples at any time of the year. Recently restored, it now enjoys modern comforts such as under floor heating, whilst retaining its original charm.
This quirky cottage enjoys the most wonderfully isolated location high up on Dinas Mountain with superb coastal views stretching from St Davids to Newport.
The cottage is right at the end of a three quarter mile long lane and is surrounded by open mountain land …see more
This traditional and very spacious stone built farmhouse has panoramic views of the Preseli Hills, it is a mile from Newport Beach which is popular for windsurfing, sailing, swimming, sunbathing and walking.
Overlooking the links golf course, Newport Beach and with stunning views over the estuary of Carningli Mountain and the town, the Ben Hogan Suite is a lovely ground floor suite in a truly wonderful coastal location.
This very attractive family house is situated in the heart of Newport/Trefdraeth which has everything you might need or want for an excellent holiday - Parrog beach, the Nevern estuary, Carningli Mountain and the Pembrokeshire coastal path …see more
Formerly the town butcher shop in the heart of Newport and within walking distance of the beach at Parrog or Carningli Mountain, this house provides spacious accommodation for families or groups of friends. …see more
Newport makes a perfect holiday base and this welcoming detached bungalow provides excellent accommodation from which to enjoy this stunning stretch of coastline with its many beaches, coves and footpaths.
The bungalow has been refurbished to a high standard, and enjoy …see more
A charming, detached bungalow Ty Bychan is set on a quiet residential cul de sac in the village of Dinas where there are two local pubs and shops within walking distance, and you are only half a mile from the popular, sandy beach of Pwllgwaelod. Renovated throughout in …see more
3 Apr 2013
"Fantastic place for a family and friends"
We have stayed in the cottage for the Easter long weekend. Two couples and a 1y old baby. Everything was prepared for our arrival with heating switched on, beds made and all the equipment (including c… More
Lobster Pot is a charming detached stone cottage with a delightful upside down arrangement, and is a perennial favourite with everyone. It maintains its original character and has been thoughtfully converted, with comfortable bedrooms and stairs leading to the open plan …see more
23 May 2014
"Very good cottage in lovely location"
We really enjoyed our stay here. The cottage was roomy and clean. Most importantly a short track led out onto a beautiful remote beach. The coastal path runs next to the property. There are a few othe… More
Ol-y-Don, is a fantastic, tasteful cottage renovation only 50 yards from the Estuary tucked away on a no through road in the popular seaside village of Newport. The open plan kitchen/diner with granite worktops and wooden floorboards is just the start, the sitting room …see more
5 Apr 2014
"Beautiful, peaceful and tasteful cottage"
Stayed here for the first time in October 2013 and already looking forward to visiting again in 2014 (already booked!!!)
3 double bedrooms and family bathroom upstairs with bath no shower. Please n… More
10 Aug 2013
"Lovely dog friendly cottage"
We have stayed here twice in the last few years. The cottage is in a fantastic location, right on the coastal path. Huge enclosed garden and paddock (completely fenced and dog proof). Beautifully reno… More
29 Jul 2014
"Good location but...."
We booked at the beginning of the year on the basis it was 5 star accommodation. We were after all paying 5 star prices for July.
A few months down the line, country cottages told us the place had be… More
2 Old Rectory Mews is a most unusual stone cottage with an attractive split level ground floor. The cottage is full of character with wood burner, beams and exposed stonework and spiral staircase lovingly renovated and well furnished to provide a comfortable holiday ret …see more
13 Apr 2015
"Great stay. Definitely going back."
Greeted by nice people, cottage was cosy and they provided logs for the log burner and a nice hamper was left with breads, cakes, beer and wine. Good local pub with quality food and good atmosphere. L… More
12 Mar 2014
"Definitely not for the elderly or infirm"
My wife and I are in our 70's, active by means of walking and golfing, but I have a stiff right leg due to a motor bike accident many years ago. I have difficulty climbing stairs. This was all stated … More
1 Old Rectory Mews is an inspired conversion of a stonebarn which overlooks a wooded valley, with a footpath taking you to the pretty coves of Cwm yr Eglwys, Pwllgwaelod and Aberfforest. This renovated property has plenty of character with exposed stone walls, beams and …see more
A delightful, semi detached, original stone barn, simply but well converted to provide excellent accommodation in a unique setting within this cluster of cottages. Crab Cottage has been renovated throughout to a high standard with oil fired central heating and woodburni …see more
Quietly situated on a small lane this well maintained house is a half mile walk to the sandy cove of Pwllgwaelod. For the more energetic a walk around Dinas Island will reward you with spectacular scenery and wildlife, you may even be lucky enough to see a seal or two. …see more
This cosy cottage was once a small chapel in the Monastery grounds, built over 600 years ago it has been carefully renovated to retain the original character of the building, there are exposed stone walls, flagged floors, beams, tiny arrow slit alcoves and in the kitche …see more
Cross House is a spacious detached house, set along the road to Pwllgwaelod beach. The house has open beamed ceilings, a well-equipped kitchen and comfortable furnishings. The 2 lounges will appeal to families providing an additional space for relaxing. Both lounges fea …see more
Bro Dawel is ideally positioned, within walking distance of both Parrog Beach and the shops, pubs and restuarants of the popular seaside village of Newport. This comfortable, cosy family home has ample private parking, so you can forget the car and enjoy a carefree holi …see more
Siop Fach is 1 of 2 detached cottages set down a country lane nestling in the heart of the Preseli hills with sweeping views over the rolling countryside which reach to the sea at Newport, reminding you just how close you are to the coast. Beautifully and imaginatively …see more
The Vestry is a wonderfully unusual conversion set in the heart of Newport. The property provides light and spacious open plan living accommodation on the first floor. Large windows and A frame beams add to the character and charm. It is perfect for family groups with p …see more
Ty Nain is a semi-detached bungalow situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the tiny hamlet of Brynhenllan. Ideally located, half way between the shops and pubs of Dinas Cross and the beautiful beaches of Pwllgwaelod, Cwm yr Eglwys and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Comforta …see more
Ty'r Winllan is a delightfully spacious house comfortably furnished throughout with a fitted kitchen and TV lounge. The sliding doors from the lounge/diner lead to a large, enclosed private patio that wraps around the back of the house and enjoys sea glimpses. It is the …see more
A detached, one storey house on the outskirts of Newport, Watamu is only 1 mile from Newport and 2.5 miles from the sea in 4 acres of its own grounds. Watamu is set in the heart of the National Park with a bluebell meadow, breathtaking views of Carn Ingli and the surrou …see more
One of a pair of quaint traditional stone cottages nestling on a quiet track on the lower slopes of Carn Ingli, only a 3 minute walk above the centre of Newport with its shops, pubs and restaurants. Nant y Blodau Bach is tastefully furnished throughout in a traditional …see more
Amesbury is a spacious semi-detached Victorian terrace house set on a side street just off the centre of Newport. It has been renovated throughout to provide traditional accommodation with modern comforts and many retained features e.g. beams, sash windows, wooden floor …see more
Smugglers is set within its own grounds above Aberbach Bay. Providing a centre for country walks, it features a beautiful half mile stroll to Aberbach cove and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The comfortable lounge on the first floor leads through to a sun room giving p …see more
The Pantry is a large character end terraced Victorian house positioned in the heart of Newport, just yards from the shops, pubs and restaurants in this ever popular coastal village. This roomy property has been refurbished and fitted to provide a comfortable holiday ba …see more
This beautifully restored 19th Century cottage is unique and full of character with its exposed stone walls and beams. Step into the open plan living space with compact fitted kitchen and welcoming comfortable seating. Delightfully furnished to a high standard with love …see more
New Court is a compact single storey property in sheltered enclosed, lawned gardens with glimpses of the sea at Newport Bay. It is about half a mile from the picturesque little town of Newport and situated at the foot of Carn Ingli Mountain with easy access via a mounta …see more
Y Nyth Bach (Little Nest) This modern, snug and beautifully presented semi detached house is built in a traditional style. Conveniently situated in the centre of Newport and within easy walking distance of all the village amenities, so there is no need to drive the car …see more
Nant y Rhedyn is a detached house, secluded and surrounded by mature landscaped gardens. Sea views can be enjoyed from both house and the garden. The shops and restaurants of Newport are within half a mile. The house is over 100 years old, but has undergone complete ren …see more
Maengwyn is an attractive and spacious, detached old farmhouse set back and screened from the main road by a well hedged bank near to the village of Dinas Cross. A charming Inglenook fireplace and beamed ceiling create a cosy atmosphere whatever the season. The spacious …see more
Cilhendre, a wonderful 19th century cottage, once home to Welsh author Menna Gallie. Centrally located, situated in an attractive side street, ensures Newport's shops, restaurants and pubs are within walking distance, also Parrog Beach, the Coastal Path and Newport Sand …see more
Seahorse Cottage is a beautiful stone barn conversion with an enclosed, sunny garden which overlooks a wooded valley. This is the perfect spot for an outdoor meal, within earshot of the nearby waterfall. The small sandy beach at Aberfforest is about 200 yards away, and …see more
Penmor is a spacious bungalow, situated a mile outside bustling Newport with its many shops, pubs, restaurants and art galleries. Located down a quiet no though road that goes down to the coast and within easy walking distance of the sea and Coastal Path. The bungalow i …see more
This is certainly a house with a view! The living area looks out towards the sea and headlands of Newport Bay. Few houses offer such an idyllic setting, peacefully situated on the mountainside, but still within a footpaths walk of the bustling village with its excellent …see more
Hen Ty Llaeth, bordered by a wooded valley and stream, is set above the beautiful unspoilt cove of Aberfforest and has direct access to the beach and Pembrokeshire Coastal Path via a 50 yard footpath. This well-appointed detached house is finished to a high standard and …see more
Seal Cottage is a wonderful, cosy, semi-detached, stone barn, beautifully converted to make a comfortable, contemporary retreat for just a couple within this unique cluster of cottages. The open plan living space has A-frame beams, slate floor and a modern fitted kitche …see more
Trem y Don is a traditional stone cottage, parts of it dating back to the 17th century, renovated to a high standard throughout, this picture postcard cottage is a delightful retreat, set on a quiet lane, just yards from the sheltered beach in the scenic cove of Cwm yr …see more
Charming Newport Pembs holiday cottage with stunning sea & mountain views. A luxury barn conversion overlooking Newport Bay, Cwm yr Eglwys & Pwllgwaelod …see more
8 Apr 2015
We stayed at Parc Y Marriage for an extended Easter break (2 adults + 1 x 10yrs 1 x 13yrs) and had the most fantastic holiday.
The cottage is located on a secluded hillside overlooking Cardigan Bay… More
19 Nov 2014
"Lovely cottage, stunning views from lounge and downstairs bedroom!"
This was our second holiday here, and won't be the last! It ticks all the boxes!
Beautiful area, historical sites, not far to pubs and shops, very friendly people!
The downstairs shower-room was ver… More
17 May 2013
"Very stylish and what a view !"
When we first arrived I felt a little disappointed as from the photos and description I believed the cottage was more 'stand alone' than it actually was and if I had been aware that it was so close to… More