- Sports & activity
- Cot / Highchair
- DVD player
- Internet Access
- Linen provided
- Log Fire
- Washing Machine
- Beach within 30km
- Golf within 30km
- Horse Riding
- Child Friendly
- Other rental properties on site
- Pet Friendly
- Short breaks available
- Wheelchair Friendly
Set on the mountain slopes of the wild Pembrokeshire coastline is this delightful 18th century cottage, creatively restored by the architect owner to preserve its historic character and natural rural charm. Come and escape to the space, peace and quiet of this stunning area.
With 3 bedrooms, kitchen/dining/living facilities for 6 and a third of an acre of garden overlooking the mountains, Sunny Retreat is the perfect setting for holidays, workshops and retreats, whether rented in conjunction with the adjoining house or on its own. The cottage is cosy and comfortable, the self-catering facilities are excellent so you can be completely independent, and the surrounding area if truly breath-taking. Behind you is the magnificent Carn Ingli, in front of you is Newport Bay and the Irish Sea and from your doorstep you can explore a web of beautiful walks, rolling woods and valleys, rocky highlands and the dramatic Pembrokeshire coast path.
Pembrokeshire is a place of magic and mystery, imbued with 5,000 years of deeply layered history and culture. From the Neolithics through to Merlin and the Knights of the Round Table, this area was of great spiritual significance to its early inhabitants, and an abundance of ancient monuments, relics and sacred sites still surround the house. The region is criss-crossed with public footpaths which take you through incredible and varied landscapes – explore wooded valleys and heather-clad open moorlands, climb the bluestone outcrops of Carn Ingli (
Please contact us for full directions.
Nearest Train Station:
Nearest Bus Stop:
Buses from H'west and F'guard will drop at house
Lots of restaurants, pubs and cafes in Newport
Newport beach, 2.5km
Several small shops in Newport
The ecologically designed cottage is open-plan, with kitchen, dining room, living room and sunny deck all leading into to one another, providing sunlight and panoramic views throughout. The cosy rustic style is utterly charming, with uneven plaster and stone walls, maple flooring, carved slate, stone archways and inglenook wood-burning stove. There are three bedrooms and one family bathroom, as well as dining seating for 6 and lounge seating for 10. All the mod cons are provided, from a TV with satellite and DVD/VHS/CD players to broadband internet and a telephone.
Outside is a terrace where you can sit and dine al fresco on food cooked on the BBQ, and the cottage has a third of an acre of garden all to itself, full of big old trees, magical corners to explore and mountain views. The cottage is on the same site as The Old Rectory, a house that comfortably sleeps up to 12 further people if you’re coming as a large group. This house has a separate listing where you can find out more - please contact us about renting both properties together.
We are an independent, family-run business and are always on-call to help your stay go smoothly. With 20 years in the business, a 4 star Welsh Tourist Board rating and thousands of happy guests under our belt, you can be confident in our on-going high standards and professionalism. We make it simple so you can just enjoy your time in this lovely part of the world.
Conditions of Rental
All linen and towels are provided and a cot and highchair are available. Short breaks are available in the winter and at these times minimum stay is flexible. Pets welcome. No smoking.