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House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Efo'r Grug, a holiday home with a style all of its own.
Located in the Pembrokeshire National Park, just on the wooded flanks of Carn Ingli, the backdrop mountain to Newport town, Efor Grug from its elevated position has spectatular panaramic views over the sea, Nevern estuary and Newport village.
A compemporary holiday home which is designed around the great view. Large picture windows adorn the lounge and kitchen which are on the first floor and means that the ever changing scenery will be a constant of your holiday whether inside or out.
Within easy walking distance of Newport Town village where a friendly welcome and excellent array of shops, cafes, pubs,restuarants and galleries await.
From the doorstep there is a excellent walking either on to Carn Ingli or on one of the many ancient foot paths.
Furnished in a retro style but with all the modern amenities that are expected today, both the bathroom and kitchen have been recently refitted.
Visit Wales 4 star rating
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The entrance is into a welcoming, light, full height gallaried hallway. A door in the hallway leads off into the cloakroom and WC.
The lounge has 2 comfortable sofas and 1 chair, 32'' digital TV with SKY freesat, DVD, Ipod docking station, and items of occasional furniture.
The extendable dining table can sit upto 8.
Kitchen. Fully fitted units, electric oven, ceramic halogen hob, microwave oven,dishwasher and a large fridge freezer.
Master bedroom - double bed, bedside table and a large fitted wardrobe, vanity wash basin unit. Sea view.
Second bedroom - twin beds, bedside tables, fitted wardrobe, vanity wash basin unit. sea view
Third bedroom - double bed, bedside tables and fitted wardrobes, vanity wash basin unit.Sea view.
Fourth Bedroom - Bunk beds, chest drawers, fitted wardrobe. Sea view.
Bathroom. Bath, power shower , basin and WC
Washing machine and tumble dryer are housed in adjacent garage - easy door leads from the house into the garage.
Airing cupboard, iron and ironing board.
Selection of board games, DVD's and books.
Garden chairs and table, and BBQ.
Parking for 3 cars
Free unlimited Wi-Fi has recently been installed.
Please note that the central heating is included in the price from May to September and charged at £35 per week at all other times.
The Pembrokeshire region
Coastal coves abound, take your time to discover some of the smaller coves and beaches and you may well be lucky enough to have them to yourself for the day. Up and down the coast are a number of Castles including Cilgerran Castle and Pembroke Castle. There are 51 castles and forts in Pembrokeshire along with Medieval walled towns such Tenby and Pembroke along with fortified Bishops Palaces at St Davids and Lamphey.
Newport is a historic and picturesque small coastal town and a lovely base for a family holiday. The Pembrokeshire coastline of bays and quiet beaches is set against a backdrop of the pretty Preseli Mountains. A haven for people who enjoy the outdoors and fresh sea air.
Newport is a laid back small town on the Pembrokeshire coast. Although quiet it is a popular tourist destination, especially in the summer months and makes an ideal base from which to visit the area. By car you’ll be able to travel around and explore the area discovering other towns and attractions within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. On foot you can walk straight out of Efo’r Grug and up onto the Preseli Mountains or down into the town and the Parrog.
Trefdraeth is the Welsh name for the town and means the ‘town by the beach’. Designated a conservation area in 1999 Newport Sands is a mile long dune backed beach sat astride the 186 mile long Pembrokshire Coastal Path
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29 Oct 2014
"What a view!"
Stayed for 2 great weeks with lovely weather - only rained properly on the day we were leaving! The views are truly stunning from this house and we really had to just stop and stare everyday at the v… More
27 Aug 2014
"Un havre de paix pour des vacances au pays de Galles"
Voici déjà 2 années de suite que nous passons une semaine en famille à Efo'r Grug pour nos vacances de Pâques. La maison est grande, très pratique (une fois qu'on a compris le chauffag… More
3 Nov 2013
As described the cottage was very retro but certainly welll equipped with everything that you would need for a comfortable stay.The view each morning was certainly worth getting up for.The cottage was… More
19 Jun 2013
"the only place we've been to where we saw a Sun Rise & Sun Set"
This house is in a unique position above Newport (which is 10 mins walk away) with a view to die for. The lounge and kitchen are upstairs so one can look over the sea, Estuary and hills until your heart's content. we didn't even think about the TV for the whole week!
Having barbees on the patio watching the Sun set over the Sea is something we love and have gone around the world for so it was wonderful to do it without a plane journey.
We have already booked another week next year.
2 Jan 2013
"What a magical Christmas!"
My family and I had a fantastic week in this beautiful house, aptly described by my niece as upside down. The layout with the lounge and dining room upstairs takes full advantage of the incredible views of the sea and estuary below. We spent many a peaceful hour reading in front of the view, and eating far too many Christmas cakes!
The kitchen was very well equipped - we easily managed Christmas dinner for 7 people. The beds were super comfortable, with luxurious fresh white sheets.
There are lots of lovely walks to be had in the local area. I'm afraid we didn't venture very far as we were so comfy indoors, but we can highly recommend the Golden Lion in the village, for lunch or dinner and drinks in between. There is a convenient Spar nearby as well, and a fantastic organic/health food shop with a great deli.
Thanks for a memorable Christmas at Efor Grug!
13 Oct 2012
"Very comfortable house with amazing views in a good location."
The house is well furnished, very clean and comfortable. Perfect for getting out and about in the countryside either on foot, by bike or in the car. There is also great access to the sea for those with a boat. Also great for just relaxing and enjoying the fantastic view from the very comfortable sofas.
There are good shops, pubs and restaurants within walking distance, and plenty of parking and outside space.
18 Sep 2012
"A great base for coast and country and views from the house to make up for even the worst weather."
We were a mixed group with extended family and friends. Some days we all wanted to do something different. The youngest & the dog wanted to go to the beach and with Newport so close it was perfect - close enough to get back in 10 minutes if you were cold after a swim. The middle age group wanted to cycle and said the routes from the house, along the Gwaun valley and beyond, were perfect. We wanted to stay out of the car and found footpaths directly from Efo'r Grug. The foodies amongst us found restaurants but more importantly fantastic local produce to buy in the village.
Beds were comfy, kitchen well equipped and the garage was great for bikes and wetsuits.
We had mixed weather and regretfully not much time for enjoying the terrace but the views from the sitting room were so fantastic that we just enjoyed being there even on the worst of days.
We definitely hope to go again maybe earlier in the year to get the best of the view in the long evenings, or winter could be good as the sitting / dining room is so sociable.
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