"Thank you Mark, this is the best cottage we have been in in thirty four years in Newport. We will almost certainly return next year after staying again in September."
Jan and Ron - Liverpool - June 2015
Camelot is a conversion of a 300-year old slate-built store bui …see more
“dream location” amazing cottage fully equipped with everything, stunning views from the balcony fields to the back and the sea to the side.
massive garden which our dog loved, 10 minute walk to the beach, milk and welsh cakes on arrival.
We stayed at this cottage for a week last October and it probably was the best place we've stayed in wales, let alone Pembrokeshire.
The cottage was a very short drive to the beach or if you love … More
Thank you for coming in October. Each month has a precious quality. In October I love the long beach walks with so few people, the vibrant display of heather on the mountains, The streaks of low light and sunsets over the sea, the baby seals seen from the cliffs and log fires at home.
“Peaceful, comfortable and in a beautiful part of the world.”
Reviewed 12 Feb 2013
We stayed at this lovely cottage during the coldest time of the year so far. With the snow covering the fields and mountain behind and the stunning clear views over Newport bay out of the window it wa… More
Thanks for coming in winter. There are special moments in the rare times of snow. One wants to take a ton of photos as the light can be amazingly clear, with stark long shadows and subtlety in colour and hue. An exciting time and cozy at home with the log fire and heating under your control.
“cottage of delights”
Reviewed 5 Dec 2012
A lovely place - warm and welcoming and so well designed - and somehow being there is totally relaxing. Love being able to go for wonderful walks from the door, and having the coast and the hills wit… More
Thanks for sharing your wonderful relaxing experience. it certainly is a treat to go for so many walks to mountain and sea from the cottage.It has been designed with relaxing in mind and getting sun all day, and having wonderful views to the sea, beach, and mountain. So glad that you liked it. Welcome back.
“What a fantastic place to stay” Beautifully presented and beautifully clean the cottage is fantastic, a real home from home. It was warm and welcoming and the little welcome pack was a nice touch. I have been coming to Parrog for five years now and
“Fantastic House in Idyllic Location” Booked this fantastic house for a friend's stag do who wanted something a little off the beaten track rather than the normal stag do. House was huge with loads of social areas including the huge garden in which w
We all loved the holiday setting so much that we wished that we had two weeks instead of one. The old charm and the lovely garden brought back the children in the three teenage boys (16,18 &19) who we… More
Thank you for sharing your joy and happiness.
That huge garden has had so very many happy uses and frisbee is one of them.
Also, thank you for posting back the guest book. So easy to do those little things when maps etc go in the car, no problem. Glad that you enjoyed reading it with all of these great experiences and tips of places to visit.
Our team looks forward to you coming back again for more fun and tranquility.
“Well worth the drive”
Reviewed 27 May 2012
Great place for getting a bunch of friends or family together. Views over the bay. Loads of room for lazing around both inside and out. Easily booked with no dramas. All things you need are supplied. … More
Thank you so much for bringing your family and taking the time to write a review. Hopefully you can all come for longer holiday another time. In the lower season and in time gaps, I do try to make these weekend rates affordable.
Yes, the distance from some places can be long, but at least once you are off the motorway there is a lot of stunning scenery. Some call it geography therapy; to get away a certain distance to such a different land, and feel your cares dropping away mile by mile.
Lots of groups love having 2 living rooms at the house. There are the hallways, the piano area and different places to laze around inside. There are always improvements being made. Welcome back anytime. Deanna
“Landscape, history, nature life, first class housing inteh same package”
Reviewed 22 Oct 2011
I have spent many marvelous weeks in the Old Rectory over 3 decades. The charm of the house, the views of nearby coastal and mountain wilderness and also the small town of Newport have not changed. Wh… More
What great adventures you have had over many years coming all the way from Finland. Thank you for sharing.
You have such beautiful nature and old buildings in your Scandinavian homeland, but still, you notice and love these different special details of the house, nature and interesting people. The puffins and guillemots of Skomer island are so unforgettable. It becomes an annual pilgrimage for me to go there. I was lucky to film many puffins that came so close and even touched me this year. Also as a Dyfed Wildlife member I can stay overnight on the island to see the shearwaters, and go to other places like the Cardigan Wildlife Park that are closeby.
“beautiful comfortable and good location” My husband and I spent 5 days at Seaview, we were pleasantly surprised with the accommodation! every little aspect had been so carefully thought of including a great welcome pack for our dog who came with us! (
Beautiful hideaway for 2 people. Superbly furnished cottage, very comfortable. Everything we needed was provided including an unexpected complimentary bottle of wine. Kitchen equipment excellent. Used… More
“Beautiful apartment, fantastic weather, loved our short break away!”
Reviewed 3 Jun 2013
We had a lovely time at the Seaview Apartment at Merton Hall. Couldn't beat the weather. The apartment was perfect, the grounds were perfect with fantastic views. Thank you for the welcome goodies, th… More
“Pure peace and Tranquility”
Reviewed 28 May 2013
I decided to stay at Seaview to 'get away from it all' after a very stressful few weeks. It is exactley as it looks on the pictures and as described. it was a perfect place to stay. Home from Home. Ve… More
Thank you. I'm glad you had a good visit to Seaview.Mobile phone connectivity is a problem round here. I would just mention that we are on a regular bus route as well as having immediate access to a footpath which connects to the coast path. Rowena
Cwm Bach (Little Valley) is situated in the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It is set in a wooded hillside in its own secluded valley, with views across Fishguard Bay. The market town of Fishguard is a 5 minute drive. …see more
Newport House. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room. Wet room/utility. Patio & Garden. Soft tub (extra). Sea view balconies. 3 x zip'n'link, 1 x double, 1 x single. 3 en-suite, Family bathroom. Walk to Parrog beach, coast path, shops, pubs & eateries. …see more
Victorian house with spectacular views of the sea and surrounding countryside, on the edge of the attractive village of Newport. Near beach. Set in large grounds within the National Park. Ample parking. EASY ACCESS TO SELF CONTAINED GROUND FLOOR.FREE WiFi. …see more
Major lodge is in the popular historic town of Newport pembs Just 5 min walk from the beach and within easy walking from the shops, cafe's, local pubs and restaurant's We also have free wifi conectionIdeal base for walking the coastal path or mountains, golfe …see more
Wonderfully renovated 19th Century house with plenty of charm and character.
Managed by Best of Wales Holiday Cottages.
Within walking distance to the centre of the coastal village of Newport Pembrokeshire with its choice of cafes, local shops, restaurants, pubs a …see more
Luxury Pembrokeshire holiday cottage, mountain & sea views, in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park. Ideal for summer or winter breaks. AGA, under-floor heating and wood stove, 40" HD LCD TV, Sky TV and internet access. Sleeps 8.We provide all bed lin …see more
A character cottage in a quiet location the property is semi detatched with its own patio. The building is in a pretty Pembrokeshire stone barn dating back over 200 years, coverted a few years ago with comfort and practicality in mind. Graded 4* by Visit WalesExcellent …see more
Stone Cottage. Open plan sitting/dining. Log burner. Galley kitchen. Double with en-suite. Double bunk. Shower room. Patio. Walk: Beach, shops, eateries, pubs. Explore: Coastal path, National Park. …see more
Y Bwthyn sleeps 4 in 2 ground floor bedrooms: one double and one twin room. The single story accommodation also includes an open plan sitting/kitchen/dining room, a modern bathroom with bath tub and shower over, basin and WC. There is a step down into the double bedroom …see more
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 WiFiF …see more
“Lovely well-equipped cottage.” Enjoyed a lovely, relaxing, week in this beautiful cottage. It's a real home from home. Everywhere was clean and the kitchen was well equipped. The wood burning stove was a real bonus on chilly nights and we all enjoyed
“Beautiful property. Perfect for our large family holiday” What a beautiful property.
From the large inglenook fireplace in the old rectory to the true quirkiness of the sunny retreat. We all loved it here. It had everything we needed to make our lar
Character cottage featuring oak beams, log burner, private garden and secure parking. Quality accommodation in a quiet location which is a10 minute walk from Newport centre and 15 minute walk from sea and Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Stunning beaches and countryside.Ple …see more
“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 u
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 vi… More
“Very comfortable house with amazing views in a good location.”
Reviewed 13 Oct 2012
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 wi… More
“A great base for coast and country and views from the house to make up for even the worst weather.”
Reviewed 18 Sep 2012
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 - c… More
Erw Wen is a holiday let overlooking the sea at Newport Parrog, Pembrokeshire National Park. It can sleep up to 9, with 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Free WiFi, gas central heating; wood burning stove; cooking on an Aga. …see more
Holiday cottage in spectacular situation on a mountainside overlooking the sea within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Set in open countryside, its location is peaceful but not remote, being about one mile from the historic harbour town of Newport. Pets welcome. …see more
Glandwr farmhouse is a spacious, newly renovated, traditional stone cottage, situated 35 yards away from the banks of the River Nevern. The property is nestled in part of the owner's 30 acres of wooded valley and farmland and has over ½ mile of productive fishing r …see more
Cottage. Open plan kitchen/dining & sitting room. Bathroom. Utility. Twin. Double. Garden. Walk to pubs, eateries, shops, beach & coast path. Visit St Davids, New Quay, Preseli Hills & Strumble Head. …see more
“Satyed for Christmas it was perfect” Stayed in a lot of holiday rentals this cottage was the best equiped of them all. It is in an excellent postion for the town and a short walk to the beach and cliff walks.
Would diffinately stay agin.
House. Large open plan kitchen/utility, dining & sitting room. Snug with log stove. Shower room & Bathroom. 2 x doubles. 2 x twins. Patio & garden. Walk to beaches, coast path, pubs, shop & coast path. …see more
Small cottage situated 10 minutes from the famous Pembrokeshire coastline. The cottage is simple and as such is geared more for walkers and bikers looking to warm up in front of a log fire or ready to sit-out on the decked area above the cottage watching the sun go down …see more
Romantic Stable Cottage. Open plan kitchen/dining & sitting room with stone walls, open beams & log stove. King size brass bedstead, en-suite Jacuzzi bathroom. Gym. Near Newport, Ceibwr and Poppit beaches. …see more
Enjoyed a lovely, relaxing, week in this beautiful cottage. It's a real home from home. Everywhere was clean and the kitchen was well equipped. The wood burning stove was a real bonus on chilly nights and we all enjoyed playing the board games.