Hafod Villa is a sunny 3 bedroom country cottage which benefits from a rural, secluded setting within the Pembrokeshire National Park and the added benefit of being just a short distance from the coast. Situated around mid-way between the bustling town of Cardigan and the picturesque seaside village of Newport, there are plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes to discover in this area of Wales.
Beautiful Sandy Beaches Close By
With two sandy beaches (both dog friendly Newport is unrestricted and Poppit Sands has a huge dog friendly section) with safe bathing and rock pools close to Hafod Villa, this is a great destination for families. Also you can drive onto the beach at Newport Traeth which is useful for water sporters and families. Most of the pubs, bars and restaurants are very child friendly (and dog friendly) too.
With a huge private garden of almost an acre, this is a lovely rural retreat and a great place to enjoy some peace and tranquillity. With 3 bedrooms and comfortably furnished throughout, this is an ideal getaway for friends or family. The cottage can accommodate up to 8 (plus one cot) and is within easy walking distance of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and a local beauty spot: Ceibwr Bay.
For families with children there are swings in the garden, perfect for keeping the children entertained. Private parking is available for up to 3 cars. Up to 3 well behaved pets are welcome by arrangement.
With WiFi, a log burner and flat screen TV with Sky+HD TV in the living room, a four poster bedroom, a sunny conservatory and internet access, this cottage has plenty to offer.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2003
The accommodation comprises:
- A long sunny conservatory with comfortable seating
- A cosy sitting room with log burner and seating for 8
- Large, well equipped open plan kitchen/dining room with dishwasher, halogen hob electric cooker with large oven, fridge, an integrated cooker with
grill, microwave and kitchen utensils.
- Utility room with washing machine, fridge/freezer and additional small chest freezer.
- King-size bedrom with en-suite shower room and cot on the ground floor.
- Family bathroom with bath, loo and hand-basin
- Four poster bedroom with bunk beds and garden views
- Twin bedroom with garden views
The property is clean, comfortable and we expect guests to leave it in a similar condition. Terms and Conditions are sent with the Booking Form
Cardigan Castle, St. Dogmaels Abbey, Pentre Ifan burial chamber, Candle makers Newport, Shire Horse Centre, Llysy Fran Reservoir and nature reserve, Kilgerran Castle and wildlife park, Castel Henllys Iron Age Fort, Preseli Mountains, Gwain Valley (with micro brewery), Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Zoo & Fairground, Fishguard Aquariam, Goodwick - Rosslare ferry, St. David's Cathedral, Cinema at Cardigan, Theatre Maldwn, Art Galleries and Craft Workshops.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Fishguard / Goodwick station
Recommended Places to Visit: Aberaeron Georgian Town, Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Zoo & fairground (with lions and giraffes), St. David's Cathedral, Cenarth Falls, Tenby. St Davids (Britain's smallest city).
Annual Events: Agricultural shows: Cardigan Show, Nevern Show, Fishguard Show, County show at Haverforwest, numerous art shows, antique fairs, Outdoor theatre,
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Most are very child and dog friendly Trewern Arms Nevern, Many good eateries in Cardigan Town and Newport Village The Old Sailors Pwthgwailog, The Golden Lion Newport, The Newport Golf Club with stunning beach views The Ferry Inn St. Dogmaels lovely estuary views. many more and I supply an extensive information sheet once people book.
Local Sports: Kayaking, mountain biking on the Preselis. Pembrokeshire Coastal path is a mile from the Cottage Golf at Newport and Cardigan (open to visitors), Walking, Cycling, Horse riding, Coasteering, Bird watching, Boat trips, Sea fishing and fresh water fishing,
Moylgrove is a picturesque, coastal village consisting of quaint stone cottages and a delightful river which meanders around half a mile down to sea at Ceibwr Bay. Ceibwr is a local beauty spot with it's stunning rock formations and exquisite views. Excellent for canoeing and coasteering or just relaxing and enjoying a picnic. From the cliffs there are numerous sightings of rare sea mammels including seals, dolphins and porpoises and even whales and turtles at times. At Ceibwr Bay you can join the World Famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The spring by the bridge in the Village centre has magical and healing powers and is commonly used by the locals as drinking water. Moylgrove is equidistant from the wonderful sandly beaches of Poppit Sands and Newport Traeth just three miles North and South. Serviced by the Poppit Rocket in summer the small bus runs between the bustling market town of Cardigan and the picturesque coastal village of Newport.