Getting out and about couldn’t be easier…
Whatever your activity choice you will always find something to do here in Newport.
The main beach at Newport Sands is 5 minutes drive away or you can wade across the
Nevern Estuary from the Parrog (knee deep at low tide).You can walk to the Parrog in 5 minutes from the property.
A short drive will take you to the harbour town of Fishguard and a little further afield is the historic town of Cardigan with many places of interest en route.
Whatever activities you enjoy, you’ll always find something to do here in Newport. And Seren Y Gogledd is the perfect base from which to explore Pembrokeshire.
The house is just a short walk from both the beach and the centre of Newport. Discover what this charming little town has to offer atwww.newport-pembs.co.uk.
You can walk from the house to the Parrog, a sheltered sand and shingle beach. This is a popular spot for exploring rock pools and crab fishing with the kids. The beach has a free car park, clean and well-maintained public toilets, a café and shop. Events are often held here, such as fireworks displays, BBQs, regattas and fun charity fundraisers.
Traeth Mawr or Newport Sands
At low tide you can wade from the Parrog to Traeth Mawr, a vast expanse of sand backed by impressive dunes. It’s the perfect beach for sunbathing, water sports and beach games.
Just a five-minute drive from Seren Y Gogledd, Traeth Mawr has a large car park, public toilets and a shop/café selling tea, coffee, ice cream, snacks etc. Dogs are welcome, even in the summer.
And as this is Pembrokeshire, if you want to travel to beaches further afield you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Check out http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/explore-pembrokeshire/beaches/ for more information.
There’s so much to do and see here in Pembrokeshire that we can’t possibly list it all. However, we’ve picked out a few highlights and included some websites that will help you plan your stay.
Pembrokeshire’s National Park has over 600 miles of footpaths and bridleways. The Coast Path National Trail is made up of 186 miles of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain and passes through Newport, just a few hundred yards from Seren Y Gogledd.
The Lonely Planet described Pembrokeshire’s coast path as “one of the best long distance trails in the world.”
Newport has its own Golf Club which has recently undergone a £1.5 million development, moving from 9 to 18 holes. And if you have a bad day’s play, the stunning views go some way to make up for it. Contact us about arranging guest rates.
Places of interest
- St Davids, Britain’s smallest city, is home to Wales’s largest cathedral.
- Solva, a harbour village with a charming high street.
- Fishguard, Goodwick and Fishguard Harbour
- Cardigan, an ancient town on the estuary of the river Teifi