The Croft Newport

£485 - £1325 per week

Why We Reccommend The Croft

The Croft is a delightful coastal retreat in the heart of Newport Pembrokeshire within easy strolling distance of sandy beaches, shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.


Just a short walk from the estuary, boat club, shops, galleries, and café life, The Croft is a perfectly positioned coastal retreat from which to enjoy all that is loved about this desirable Welsh waterside village.
  • Located at the bottom of Long Street, in the heart of Newport, The Croft’s unassuming exterior masks a stylish coastal retreat, where every decorative detail has been carefully considered.
  • The calm and soothing interior is a mix of contemporary styling and everyday antiques, with subtle coastal themes reflecting this magical location.
  • The internal spaces flow effortlessly between kitchen, dining and living. From the contemporary well equipped kitchen, to the large antique dining table with painted chapel chairs.
  • Drift into the beautiful lounge with log burning stove and soft sofas, driftwood display shelves, reclaimed wood coffee table chest and book cases, every detail has thoughtfully been considered, to compliment the next.
  • French doors open out from the lounge and dining area into a wonderful enclosed private garden, with patio, lawns and mature planted borders, it is perfect for little ones to play safely or for grown-ups to enjoy an evening barbecue under the stars.
  • Retire to bed in one of two rooms, where the creative touches continue to impress. The King room has hotel styling, White Company linen with clutter-free detailing providing a calm and sophisticated sleeping space.  In contrast, the twin room reflects days on the beach, with a headboard inspired by tidal groins, and two mischievous gulls perched on top.
  • Outside there are spaces for two cars in the drive and an additional private space outside the house, so leave the car at home and enjoy all that this charming and unique village has to offer, right from your door.





  • Newport, with its 2 beaches and surrounding countryside, is a paradise for families, walkers, sailors, naturalists, sand and sea lovers alike.
  • The town is a foodies delight with an excellent butcher, fishmonger and delicatessen. 
  • If you prefer to dine out, Newport’s thriving café scene, restaurants and pubs, offer everything you could possibly crave. Llys Methyg restaurant celebrates modern Welsh cooking and has a summer pop-up brasserie in the back garden while The Golden Lion is more of a locals’ pub that serves tasty gastro pub dishes.
  • Walk the estuary path to the Parrog and have a drink at the Boat Club or eat in Morawelon Waterfront Bar & Restaurant overlooking Traeth Mawr (Big Beach), or enjoy the safe bathing on the little Parrog beach
  • Across the river, a drive of about 1 mile, is the wide expanse of sand which is Newport Beach
Newport Pembs Golf Club
  • Enjoy around of golf on the 18 hole links course with stunning views over Newport bay and complete your game with refreshments or a full meal in the relaxed ambience of the Seaglas restaurant.
Poppit Rocket Bus Service & Preseli Walkers Bus
  • Forget the car and take a ride on the Poppit Rocket - a daily coastal bus service running between Fishguard and Cardigan or the Preseli Walkers Bus to explore the magical Preseli Hills, dotted with prehistoric remains, which rise high above Newport.
Cwm yr Eglwys
  • Cwm yrs Eglwys is a picturesque cove, only a short drive away. The village takes its name from the ruined 12th century St Brynach's church by the beach which was abandoned after storm damage in the mid 1800's.  The stream running through the valley tumbles through rock pools at the shore with a secret sandy beach visible at low tide.  Bathing is safe and there is a slipway for launching small craft – so whether your preference is for swimming or boating this cove is the perfect spot.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path & Ceibwr Cove 

  • The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, now part of the All Wales Coast Path, provides access to secluded coves and breathtaking views.
  • Just north of Newport is the little bay at Ceibwr Cove, the rocks on the southern side of the cove are excellent for float fishing and spinning. You might like to try your luck!
  • To the South, round the promontory called Dinas Island to the sandy bay at Pwllgwaelod,where you can enjoy refreshments and good pub food at the Old Sailors Inn. This is a picturesque and quite energetic walk - you can return to the Cwm via a level wheelchair-accessible path through the valley.  If a hike is not for you - this path, which is about a mile long, is a lovely walk in itself.

Pwllgwaelod Cove

  • Do visit the 500 year old Old Sailors Inn (formerly the Sailor’s Safety) overlooking Pwllgwaelod beach. They serve real ales and good food and sea food and shell fish are a speciality. Eat in the small dining room (book to avoid disappointment) overlooking the garden and beach or in the large garden just a few yards from the beach.


  • A little further south is the small market town of Fishguard - with independent shops, tea & coffee houses, several pubs, a leisure centre with swimming pool and a small community-run cinema.
  • In the Town Hall there is a Farmers Market every Saturday morning selling lots of local home-made produce.
  • Upstairs in the town hall is the remarkable 'Last Invasion of Britain Tapestry'. Similar in style to the Bayeux Tapestry, it was sewn by local needle workers to celebrate the 1997 centenary of this historic event.
  • daily Irish ferry service sails to Ireland from Fishguard Harbour.

Dyffryn Fernant Gardens

  • Dyffryn Fernant garden is 6 acres of rugged countryside incorporating a wide range of planting. It includes a bog garden, ornamental grass field, lots of colour around the house, an exotically planted courtyard and a fernery.
  • Dyffryn Fernant is also one of the Great Gardens of West Wales.

Gwaun Valley 

  • The Gwaun Valley, which is still in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, runs inland from Fishguard Lower Town towards The Preseli Hills.  It is a lush tree-lined valley with a unique atmosphere, abundant wildlife and prehistoric sites.
  • The Bluestone Brewery in the valley is operated by passionate young brewers who have not only created local beers but also provide bespoke marketing for their products and run music nights for their discerning customers. Enjoy a pint of the good stuff with beautiful views of the Preseli Hills.  On brewing day you can see the brewers at work.
  • Take a short drive into the Gwaun Valley to The Dyffryn Arms - known locally as Bessie's - after the landlady who serves real ale from a jug in what is basically her licensed front room. It’s an experience not to be missed!
Castell Henllys
  • Step back in time. Visit this splendid award winning reconstructed Iron Age settlement and learn how folk lived long ago. Roundhouses have been built on the original Iron Age foundations.

    Outdoor Activities on the Pembrokeshire Coast

    • The Pembrokeshire coastline is the perfect venue for outdoor activities. Explore the magnificent Pembrokeshire coastline and check out the local outdoor companies for the one which suits you.
    • Celtic Quest offer you adventure swimming, plunging into the sea from high rocks, rock hopping and more.
    • Preseli Venture in Mathry is long-established and provides a wide variety of different water and land-based sports.
    • The county is well-served with outdoor activity companies – the local Tourist Information Centre will provide details to help you find the perfect one.
    Boat Trips
    • Book tickets in St Davids or Martins Haven to cruise the Pembrokeshire coast and visit the magnificent bird islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Ramsey. You will be overwhelmed by the diversity of seabirds and if you are lucky there will be seals and dolphins too.

      Pembrokeshire Candle Centre, Cilgwyn 

      • Do visit The Pembrokeshire Candle Centre where you can watch all kinds of candles being made and candle-making courses are available during the winter months. There is a workshop, gallery and small museum which tells the tale of candle making over the centuries.

      Newport Bike Hire 

      • Mountain and road bikes for all ages are available to hire including children's seats and tag-alongs. Helmets, maps and accessories are provided. Book an escorted trek around the Preseli ranges to blow the cobwebs away.

      Family Days Out 

      • For fun family days out in Pembrokeshire there are plenty of quality leisure parks and attractions to choose from. Hangar Five Trampolines, West Wales Karting, Scolton Manor Museum, Oakwood, Folly Farm, Bluestone Water Park, Great Wedlock Dinosaur Experience,Manor Wildlife Park and Picton Castle are all within an easy drive.


      2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double with Kingsize bed, headboard concealing hanging rail and bedside storage. 1 Twin/Superking (zip and link, converted on request), with drawer and wardrobe, all on single level.

      Bath/Shower room combined shower & bath, toilet, wash hand basin, heated towel rail.

      Open Plan Luxury Living 1 sofa, 2 arm chairs, log burner, coffee table, dining table seating 8, Free view TV. Well equipped modern fitted Kitchen with gas hob and electric oven, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer dryer.

      Grounds enclosed rear garden with paved patio, lawn, flower beds, garden furniture and barbecue.

       Additional Information


      Short breaks - Winter

      WiFi - Yes

      Changeover - Saturday

      Towels - Yes

      Parking - Yes for 2 cars

      Fuel - Central heating and starter pack of logs inclusive

      Dogs -Yes 1 medium sized dog @£25

      Travel cot - No

      Highchair - No


      Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

      Is there a gate to open? Yes

      If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

      Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

      Are there paths? No

      Are paths level and firm? Yes

      Type of suface Paving

      Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

      Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

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