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Large House near Newport Parrog, north Pembrokeshire

Large double-fronted detached holiday house n - Sleeps 7 - Ref 837

Sleeps 7  -  Pets Welcome
Property Ref: CW837 

Just off the Parrog Road this large double-fronted detached holiday house enjoys a quiet position and offers very high quality accommodation in Newport Pembrokeshire. Parrog beach is just a 10 minute walk from the property and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path can be joined there.. Newport is considered the Pearl of the Pembrokeshire coastline and it is easy to see why - as it offers two beaches in an idyllic setting at the foot of Carningli Mountain with a Norman castle and church nestled on the hillside. Newport also offers an excellent range...

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Large House near Newport Parrog, north Pembrokeshire

Comfortable and cosy end of terrace cottage - Sleeps 6 - Ref 889

Sleeps 6  -  No Pets
Property Ref: CW889 

This comfortable and cosy end of terrace holiday cottage is situated in the tiny hamlet of Carew Cheriton in Pembrokeshire. Overlooking the 14th Century church, the cottage has lovely views and there is a stream running through the hamlet to complete this beautiful country setting. Ten minutes walk away, set in the tranquil and beautiful surroundings of the upper reaches of the Cleddau River, is Carew Castle, Celtic Cross and Tidal Mill which is one of the most picturesque settings in the county. Award winning Barafundle Bay, Broad...

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Cottage near Mwnt at Cardigan Bay

Converted milking parlour with distant views  - Sleeps 4 - Ref 903

Sleeps 4  -  Pets Welcome
Property Ref: CW903 

Situated just above the National Trust beach and ancient white-washed 14th century church at Mwnt, this lovely cottage, formerly a milking parlour, offers excellent accommodation. Cardigan Bay is well-known for its resident bottlenose dolphins and seals which are regularly spotted from Mwnt. The heritage coastline is superb and if you have had enough of walking there are numerous places of interest to visit both in Ceredigion and the neighbouring counties of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. This is the upper of the two cottages at the same...

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Cottage near Mwnt Beach, Cardigan Bay

Converted milking parlour with distant sea vi - Sleeps 4 - Ref 904

Sleeps 4  -  No Pets
Property Ref: CW904 

Just above the picturesque white-washed church and sheltered west facing beach at Mwnt, this delightful cottage, formerly a milking parlour, offers excellent contemporary accommodation. Cardigan Town is about 5 miles away and has a good selection of shops, galleries and pubs. There are numerous glorious beaches along this stretch of coast including Poppit, Patch, Tresaith, Aberporth, Penbryn and Llangrannog. There is a pub and restaurant at Gwbert as well as two golf...

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Cottage overlooking New Quay Harbour, Cardigan Bay

Beachside location overlooking Dolau beach in - Sleeps 5 - Ref 930
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Sleeps 5  -  No Pets
Property Ref: CW930 

In a stunning location overlooking Dolau beach, this delightful detached cottage offers sea views from 3 sides. New Quay is famous for its resident dolphins which are regularly spotted throughout the year. You can take boat trips from the quay out into Cardigan Bay. The town offers a good selection of pubs, eateries and shops befitting a seaside town. Dylan Thomas is reputed to have based some of his characters for Under Milk Wood on locals and the town is proud of its Maritime Heritage. Small boats can be launched from Dolau beach but those...

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Cottage overlooking Fishguard Harbour, north Pembrokeshire

Unique property with stunning sea views of Fi - Sleeps 4 - Ref 933

Sleeps 4  -  No Pets
Property Ref: CW933 

Cable Cottage is a truly unique property in a superb cliff top location. It was originally one of the tiny stone cable huts used when telephone cables were first laid across the Atlantic. The local owners have taken great care when renovating the cottage to retain the character and charm throughout. The cottage is extremely well appointed, which is apparent immediately upon entry. It is an exceptional location commanding spectacular panoramic sea views over Fishguard Harbour, out towards the Irish Sea and along the dramatic coastline towards...

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