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  • Llety

  • Newport
  • Ref: 1570
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Llety

  • 4
  • 2
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  • Ref: 1570
Property Highlights:

Look no further then Llety, an enchanting beautifully renovated characterful cottage nestling in the peaceful, narrow picturesque streets of delightful Newport Pembrokeshire, sleeping 4, with wifi, offers everything on your doorstep for a perfect Welsh holiday, glorious sandy beaches, boat trips to spot dolphins, craggy mountains to explore, gourmet cafes and restaurants, shops, walking, cycling, coasteering, kayaking and many more fun activities in the area. Ideal for small families or for a romantic escape.

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Property Description
Beautifully renovated 18th-century traditional Welsh cottage, which retains many original features, exposed beams, wooden floors and doors with thumb latches, whitewashed stone walls, inglenook fireplace combining comfort with character throughout, with wifi and parking.

  • Through the wooden stable door a warm welcome awaits in the delightful characterful and cosy sitting room, with exposed beams, whitewashed stone walls and inglenook fireplace.
  • Delightfully furnished to a high standard with lovely antique pieces complimenting the traditional cottage aura.
  • Stairs lead up from the lounge to the peaceful bedrooms set in the eaves with beams and panelled ceilings, enjoying lovely views of the surrounding area.
  • Hushed rooms with quality fresh cool white cotton linen and fluffy towels are also provided.
  • �Relax in the sunny garden room, a wonderful light and airy spot to retreat to, which has sliding doors opening to the pretty stone walled patio and elevated garden.
  • Enjoy glimpses of the sea from the enchanting garden and sun lounge, along with panoramic views of Newport Bay from the summer house, or dine al fresco at the garden table, marvelling at the magnificent surrounding vista.
  • Llety is ideally located for a wonderful Pembrokeshire escape with all the excellent facilities of the town within walking distance and only a short walk from the beautiful golden Newport Sands beach. Explore the estuary teaming in bird and wildlife or follow the coastal path round this stunning coastline. There is Newport Sands Golf course for golfing enthusiasts. It offers some of the most beautiful sea views of any golf course. Just park the car for the entire holiday, enjoy a slower pace of life and cycle or walk everywhere.

Care needed with toddlers, as the stairs and garden steps are steep.



About the Area

Newport Pembrokeshire & Nearby Beaches 
  •  Located at the foothill of Carningli, (Mountain of Angels) near the golden sands of The Parrog and many other Pembrokeshire beaches, ideal for families, sailors, walkers & bird watchers alike.
  • The seaside town of Newport, Pembrokeshire is overlooked by its Norman castle, has a bank, post office, library with internet access, filling station, chemist, doctor, great butchers, antique and health food shops to explore.
  • Newport Beach, a mile long fantastic stretch of golden sands which sweep around Newport bay - ideal for swimming, windsurfing, sailing and canoeing.
  • The Parrog A delightful stretch of coastline. The Coast Path twists and turns its way round to the old lifeboat station, sometimes on the beach, at times on the road and at one point crosses a fantastic causeway built of slates in a herringbone pattern
  • Cwm yr Eglwys is a picturesque cove a short drive away. Overlooked by the remains of St Bynach's 12th century church, the sheltered sand and shingle beach is a great family favourite
Eating Out in Newport
Within walking distance of Llety are many highly recommended restaurants and cafés. Newport has been described as the gourmet capital of Pembrokeshire.
  • Llys Meddyg Georgian townhouse restaurant and cellar bar which serves the finest dishes made from locally sourced ingredients.
  • Café Blas at Fronlas good unpretentious food in a welcoming and cosy dog-friendly cafe.
  • Tides Kitchen And Wine Bar a deli/café offering lunches and evening meals, specialising in seafood & local ingredients. Fizz & Fish Night every Thursday.
  • The Canteen serves fantastic homemade pizzas & burgers, relaxing vibe, family friendly, with takeaway service Wed-Sun
  • The Golden Lion one of Pembrokeshire’s premier gastropubs, excellent food, option to dine al fresco in the summer.
Newport Links Golf Course overlooks the bay and the clubhouse serves good food and drink!

Walking Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Preseli Hills 
  • This is wonderful walking country either, on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path or along the ancient footpaths crisscrossing the Preseli Hills (Bluestone country). Pets are welcome. 
Walk Dinas Island Coastal Path
  • The Dinas Island walk shows the Pembrokeshire coast at its best. Rugged and beautiful. Start at Pwllgwaelod, walk on around the peninsula then through the pretty seaside village of Cwm yr Eglwys and back to Pwllgwaelod. Enjoy a drink & meal at the Old Sailors said to have been in business for 500 years!.
Walk from Molygrove to Newport. Pets welcome
  • A  3 1/2 hour walk with spectacular sea views that includes the famous 'Witches Cauldron' and the picturesque National Trust headland of Ceibwr Bay and ends in the small welcoming town of Newport. Please note some stretches of this path are steep and the cliffs are very high, less experienced walkers might want to allow more time. The Poppit Rocket coastal bus operates along this route.
 Melin Tregwynt Woollen Mill
  • Well worth a visit, just a short drive from Newport, in Castle Morris, a working mill with excellent cafe and shop. This mill has been on this site since the 17th century when local farmers would bring their fleeces to be spun into yarn and woven into splendid quality Welsh wool blankets.
Llanwnda Riding Stables 
  • Based in the picturesque seaside village of Goodwick guests can enjoy trekking, riding and hacking  through some of Pembrokeshire's most spectacular scenery. Lessons for novices available too. Ask about half day and full day treks suitable for all levels of experience.

Kayak King, Fishguard  And Day Boat Trips to Ireland

  • Situated in the midst of outstanding beauty that blends the allure of sea, towering cliffs, the Preseli Hills, historic churches, ancient standing stones, ideal for gentle and challenging walks, surrounded by the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park. Galleries, gift and antique shops, with weekly market, cafes, pubs and restaurants
  • Sailing, kayaking, coasteering, hiking on sunny days from Goodwick and on rainy days, swimming pool, cinema, music festivals and a visit to the Last Invasion Tapestry, which marks the 1797 invasion by Napolean’s French troops defeated by local militia at the Battle of Fishguard. It’s said to rival the Bayeux Tapestry.
  • Stena Line offer day trips to Rosslare, Ireland from £5.50 - £12 per person on foot. Relax on board with free wifi, free movies and stunning views from the deck. Buses provided from the port for a fun day in Wexford, soaking up some Irish culture and heritage.
  • Explore the Pembrokeshire coast by kayak. Book a half day tour with Kayak King  Tours run from Lower Fishguard twice daily. Discover mystical caves, secluded beaches and playful marine life as you go.
Explore the Beautiful Gwaun Valley and Public Gardens.
  • Visit the nearby Pembrokeshire Gardens open to the public. Penlan Uchaf has acres of landscaped garden including a fast flowing stream set high above the Gwaun Valley. Dyffryn Fernant Gardens, set in 6 acres of grounds and features courtyard roses, orchard, wild flowers, wood, walks and more.

Preseli Mohair Centre
  • Stock up on your winter woollies at the Preseli Mohair Centre in Mynachlog ddu. Fleece from home reared Angora goats is used to produce the garments and yarns for sale. 
Bluestone Brewery
  • A family-run brewery producing a variety of different real ales. Enjoy a pint of the good stuff with beautiful views of the Preseli Hills and on brewing day you can see the brewers at work. Bottles and gift packs are for sale and acoustic music nights are held every Saturday. 

Castell Henllys

  • Enjoy a guided tour around this recreated Iron Age settlement with its roundhouses built exactly where they stood over 2,000 years ago. Set within 30 acres of beautiful woodland and river meadows in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – your dog is welcome too!

Poppit Rocket Bus Service near Newport cottage
  • Do take the opportunity to leave your car behind and make use of the excellent Poppit Rocket National Park bus service. The 405 runs between Cardigan and Newport calling in at all the beaches.
Cardigan & River and Food Festival
  • This bustling little market town on the Teifi river is well worth a visit to browse the wide range of shops, indoor market, gallery, heritage centre It also has a boat club and the vibrant theatre Mwldan.
  • The annual festival celebrates the diversity of food grown and prepared around the River Teifi

Shore Fishing in Winter around Teifi Estuary & Poppit Sands

  • Winter fishing can provide good bags of flounder, cod and whiting. Remember your favourite seafood recipes. 
 Cilgerran Castle
  •  Do pack a picnic and visit Cilgerran Castle, overlooking the Teifi, a river favoured by the small Welsh boat called the coracle.
  • Take the wall-walk to truly appreciate why the 800 castle was built here. Stunning location. Perfect for stunning attackers. The Normans first saw the potential and established an early ‘ringwork’ castle here, but the imposing masonry castle we see today was probably the work of William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke.
Teifi Valley
  • Arts and crafts centres and sleepy towns nestle in the valley. There are many pathways for ramblers and cyclists for fishing and bird watching enthusiasts for fans of all the outdoor activities on the river, Canoeing, Kayaking, Coasteering and Whitewater rafting.

In the heart of Newport Pembrokeshire a charming traditional cottage, perfect for holidays throughout the year.


Interior
 Two Bedrooms, Sleeping 4

Double Room 
with king size bed, exposed beams, wash hand basin, mirror, bedside tables, lamps, chest of drawers, traditional cottage door with thumb latch.
Twin Room with twin beds, exposed beams, bedside table, lamps, mirror, wardrobe, chest of drawers.
Bathroom bath, shower over, mirror, wc 
Sitting Room exposed beams, whitewashed stone walls, sofa, easy chair, rocking chair, inglenook fireplace housing gas effect wood burner, TV, DVD player, bookshelves with books and dvds, coffee table, attractive antique furniture.
Dining Area table, settle and chairs to seat 4.
Kitchen exposed beamswell equipped, dishwasher, microwave, oven & hob, fridge.
Utility Area washing machine, clothes horse.  (excellent launderette a short walk away) Small freezer.
Grounds parking for 2 cars, sunny patio accessed from the garden room or steps from the parking area, bbq, garden table and chairs, steps leading to elevated paved garden with a delightful garden house, picnic table, and lovely  pastoral and coastal views.

Additional Information

Winter Short Breaks 
yes
Wifi 
yes
Towels  yes
Winter Fuel Charge  £30 per week from September - April.
Parking 
for 2 cars
Arrival Day  Saturday
Pets 
sorry, no
Travel Cot 
no
High Chair 
no
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FROM £529 PER WEEK
AVG COST PER WEEK £699
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Duration
7 Nights

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