Newport Holiday Cottages
Take a break with a cottage or pine lodge holiday in South Wales around Newport and the Severn Estuary.
Newport is home to numerous attractions that bring tourists, year after year, for country cottage holidays on the south east coast of Wales. It's an excellent location for holidays in Wales with easy access to the Wye Valley and Brecon Beacons for a little variety. Choose self-catering accommodation in its various forms for private and relaxed breaks. The large houses are perfect for hen and stag weekend breaks, smaller ones for family groups. There are also pine lodge holidays near Newport and all over Wales that have that warm and cosy appeal.
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Big houses that welcome groups tend to have lots of entertainment facilities to keep guests happy and involved. A games room is the norm although how it is equipped varies immensely; there could be a snooker table, table tennis or electonic games machines. Every self-catering cottage owner works at making their accommodation is inviting as possible so be assured that a self-catering cottage holiday in Newport and south Wales will be very good. There are almost always informative local guides in holiday cottages that help guests make the most of their holiday in and around Newport.
Newport is a good choice of self-catering break for couples, boasting several varied attractions, ranging from landmarks, museums, parks, shopping venues and more, Newport is a great place to relax as well as have fun at the same time. Couples are often freer to take short breaks more often than people with ties and responsibilities and why not make the most of weekends or retirement and rent that holiday apartment or pine lodge that you like?
It is impossible for anyone to be bored during a self-catering holiday in Newport, there is plenty to see and do for all ages. Some of the other popular tourist attractions in Newport that you can visit during self catering cottage breaks are Tredegar House, Newport Wetlands Reserve, Caerleon and Fourteen Locks. St. Woolos Cathedral, Westgate Hotel, Newport Castle and the Caerleon Amphitheatre Barracks and Baths are also popular among tourists.
During cottage holidays in this area of South Wales, you can opt for the Guided Bus Tours in open-top buses. In case you wish to explore the city on foot, you can visit popular attractions at your own leisurely pace. Popular attractions are the Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre, Dolman Theatre and the Newport Centre, which boasts a wide range of activities.
Besides, you can also go to the museums and galleries, namely the Newport Museum and Art Gallery, Riverfront Art Gallery and the Ffwrwm Arts and Crafts Centre. You can also visit the beautifully landscaped gardens like the Belle Vue Park, Beechwood Park and the Tredegar Park. Additionally, you can indulge in activities like hiking and walking in the surrounding countryside. There are various self-catering cottages located in the countryside, away from the noise of the city.
Use our search assistant to find different cottages, apartments and lodges located in different parts of Newport and south east Wales. We trust you will enjoy browsing through the accommodation listings for Wales on County Cottages Online.
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Cottages and self-catering accommodation in Newport Wales for holidays and weekend breaks
5 bedroom Barn Conversion, newport.
Stylish and modern 5 bedroom barn conversion boasting beautiful countryside views and plenty to keep large groups entertained with an outdoor hot tub and covered outdoor games area with table tennis and table football on site, situated only around 15 miles from the Brecon Beacons National Park and around 20 miles from Cardiff.
Special features: free internet access, games room, outdoor hot tub.
Sleeps from 8 to 12 people in 5 bedrooms
Number of bathrooms: 4
Pet Friendly: Yes (2 dogs welcome)
Rating: Not assessed
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Next availability: from 31 August 2016 to 03 September 2016; from 05 September 2016 to 10 September 2016; from 12 September 2016 to 16 September 2016;