Nant Y Blodau Newydd

Holiday Cottage in Newport

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About Nant Y Blodau Newydd

Nant y Blodau Newydd is a delightful, traditional stone cottage, 1 of 2 nestling on the side of Carn Ingli, down an unmade drive which leads off a quiet mountain lane above the bustling coastal town of Newport. All its excellent facilities are within a downhill walk. Renovated throughout and furnished in a mix of traditional and modern mango wood furniture in neutral rustic colours, the open plan space has a wooden floor and vaulted beamed ceiling with a fitted cottage style kitchen; Comfortable sofas nestle around the open fire to a give a cosy feel on chillier evenings. Open tread stairs lead up to a galleried crog loft where a sofa bed gives additional space to relax and read. French doors open to a paved terrace with steps down to the shared, large, sloping, natural lawned grounds, the perfect spot on a summer’s evening to enjoy an alfresco meal while you soak up the stunning countryside views, there is plenty of space for children to play and it is sheltered enough for sunbathing. Stairs lead from the living space up and down to the pretty bedrooms both offering the most wonderful rural views towards the coast.

The situation of the cottage is ideal for those who enjoy rambling in the hills and bird watching, explore the maze of footpaths that criss-cross the Preselis, discover some absolutely breathtaking views or head downhill to Newport with its shops, pubs and restaurants. Set on the mouth of the Nevern estuary, the area teams with bird and wildlife, spend days on its beautiful sandy beach. Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to fully explore this stunning coastline.

A charming cottage which promises rest and relaxation.

No baby equipment supplied - you are welcome to bring your own.

Amenities

Secluded Has Parking No Smoking Shower Cubicle Real Fire/Woodburner Washing Machine DVD Garden Furniture Towels For Hire

Layout & Facilities

Lower Ground Floor: Twin room.

Ground Floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, shower room/whb/wc.

First Floor: Double room/kingsize bed, galleried reading area with sofa bed - sloping eaves and restricted headroom in parts.

Parking: Ample.

Facilities: Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV, DVD player, sofa bed, garden furniture.

Pets: 1

Fuel Charges

Heating: Electric night storage heaters, open fire.

Fuel Charges: Electricity £20 per week

Access Statement

This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.

Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.

Wide 5 bar gate. Spacious drive up to the front door. Ample parking for 3 cars at side of house, and “drop off” parking for one car at front door. No assistance with luggage on site. One step up to front door under cover. Second entrance up 2 steps to double patio doors on terrace at back of house. Hard paved path connects front and back. Level paving at house entrance. Terraced grass at lower levels of garden. Paved steps down slope to grassed area – no handrail. The garden is shared. Well laid out kitchen facilities with ample space to operate. Approx 6 carpeted stairs to small double bedroom at lower ground level. Wooden open tread winding staircase up to main bedroom and gallery bedroom. Walls are painted white. Wooden flooring in sitting room and kitchen. Tiled floor in shower room and lobby. All bedrooms carpeted. Light outside front door activated by switch in lobby. Light on patio activated by switch in sitting room. No teletext on Tv. Guide dogs welcome. Nearest public transport is 10 mins walk downhill to village, for bus running Fishguard to Cardigan hourly in season.

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A guest

Thank you for a great stay in your cottage which was so peaceful and well equipped with kind neighbours

A Visitor

A lovely area, we enjoyed spending time in Newport. Neighbours are very friendly

lloyd family

we stayed int his cottage in 2012 and had a wonderful time. In this second visit we had an equally wonderful time. Had a horse ride at Crosswell stables, Carolyn is so nice Taker time to attend the Sunday Service at St Marys Church everyone is so friendly And drink with the locals. They are a really sociable bunch! Weather has been good and we have had some brilliant beach days. Enjoy all the fantastic places to eat too

Stephen and Rosie

Enjoyable stay in this comfortable cottage. Blessed with super weather all week. Walks in all directions. No tips for eating out there are plenty of choices. Market day is Monday. Bread opposite church is very good quality and inexpensive. Sadly Canapan no longer operating -owners retiring after 35 years.We had nice lunch at Melin Trewynt near Abermaawr

Jackie and Noel

had a brilliant week and enjoyed every minute, In fact we are sad to go. Cottage and location was brilliant, We recommend strumble head for a good walk and seal spotting, The walk up the hill behind the cottage showed fantastic views over Newport. We enjoyed traditional food at the Royal Oak just down the road, If you are reading this and staying the week all I can say is You Lucky People!! have a good stay, ps thank you for the we;sh cakes and milk

Tony, Janette and Alfie

Had a great week very relaxing and the cottage very cosy, We had exceptional weather, warm and sunny all week hence we spent most of our time on the beach, Our golden retriever has loved every minute of his holiday and will be very disappointed that we are going home today. Very enjoyable , many thanks

A guest

Delightful cottage both in wet and rainy weather and also those end of summer sunny days , Enjoyed seeing the kingfisher at the Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran, Also would recommend a trip to Martins Haven/Deer park to see the baby seals in sept/oct

The Prothers

very nice,well equipped cottage.Beautiful views and lovely wild garden. We spent most of the time on Newport sands and Poppit bay with our young children.Great for rock pooling and dog walking, The Health food shop in town was perfect for all our food shopping and pizza from the Canteen were delicious

The Sommervilles

We had a wonderful week in Newport, it has more than met our expectations, There are so many great place to eat here such as the Kitchen Garden,the Golden Lion,and the Canteen.It has been great to explore the surrounding area and Fishguard and Cardigan, We particular recommend the boat trips run by the company "a day to remember"who provided a friendly and entertaining tour of Cardigan Bay and showed us the local wildlife ( no dolphins though) Two good beaches int he locality are Newport sands and the more sheltered cove of Cwm Yr eglwys,It is a beautiful part of the world here in Pembrokeshire The cakes at Morawelon on the Parrog are brilliant!!!

The Binneys

we had a wonderful week, great cottage and Newport is beautiful Fun on the beach, walking and crab catching and shopping. we will definatly be back

Robinson/Hall

Great cottage in a great location. Enjoyed Cnapan and Golden Lion in Newport, book early or get there before 12.05 for a table! Enjoyed cycles, walks and sightseeing and a good day getting drenched at Oakwood. "my best thing was going on speed at Oakwood and going down a huge mountain on my bike"Elsa

The Brady's

Cottage great, love the area, really enjoyed our stay, Thanks p.s if you ever think of selling give us a call!!!

The Maddens

Had the most relaxing stay.Enjoyed Newport front , recommend Morawelon where they do a great lunch. Fishguard is delightful as is St Davids. Cottage was fantastic,we will be back , Great week many thanks

The Bastables

Lovely stay at the cottage, mostly sun all week. We hiked every day including pwllgwaelod to Newport. Local hike up Carningli, The blue Lagoon, St Davids Head, Excellent lunch at Golden Lion in Newport and lovely meals at The Old Sailors and The Shed in Portgain, Really good pizza take away from the Canteen and excellent tapas with live music on a Friday night at local Newport restaurant. Have had a wonderful week, Many Thanks

Jenkins family

Had a good week with warm weather, Enjoyed our visit to St Davids, Nice tour up the Gwaun Valley and back over Carningli mountain to see the ponies and foals, Newport is a really good village for shops, Best restuarant is The Old Sailors at Pwllgwaelod 10 mins from the cottage. Directions and details in the red folder.Many thanks to Coastal Cottages

Potter family

We enjoyed our 4 night stay, This is such a beautiful and peaceful location

Mathias family

We had a wonderful relaxing week at your great location, The scenery is spectacular and we have enjoyed many walks, Dinas Head, Parrog and a day trip to Aberaron, We walked along the lovely coastline and the views are unbelievable. One evening we walked up the mountain behind the house and it was a fine night so the views were amazing!Had a lovely meal in the Old Sailors and the Golden Lion. We had a lovley holiday and a lovley cottage

The Buck family

very beautiful, very wet. Cottage peaceful, cosy and well equipped. Thicker curtains would be better and instructions on what to do with rubbish. Superb location, newprot has lovely coastline, beautiful coves and beaches, amazing views from top of Garn Ingli. Overall a very relxing holiday

Anne and Neil Rivers

It has been a wonderful week and the coastline has been a revelation to us, We had so many great walks, around Dinas Island, Moylegrove and Ceibwr bay not to mention a woodland walk past woodlands to Cwm Y Eglwys, We enjoyed our visit to St Davids too. We had lovely meals at the Golden lion and The Old Sailors and Morawelon and everyone is so friendly, many many thanks to Jenny

Mark, Anna Thomas and Jemma

Fantastic location, enjoyed many an hour enjoying the wonderful views from the patio. The kids had great fun on the local beach and the "iron age fort"(and a couple of rainy occasions in the cinema in Cardigan), Wjilst the adults enjoyed a daily walk up the "mountain of angels"-left after the cottage gate-superb views!The town of newport is filled with friendly people who are always quick to offer a warm welcome, We had several meals in the Golden Lion and enjoyed the local Antique shop. Also recommend the butchers shop-top sausages!, All in fabulous holiday. p.s Bessies pub on the other side of the mountain is very quirky Bessie gave us a hearty welcome and a pint of the best, Food for thought cafe in Cardigan excellent value for lunch.

Jenny & Livio

Fabulous cottage, location, view, a week of peace and contentment. We will think of this holiday often in our future.

Deborah Hunt

Thank you for a lovely cottage! We've had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. We'll be coming again!!

Lewis Family

What a lovely place to have a holiday peace and quiet for a week, and comfy beds. Great fun was had by all paddling and exploring the rockpools at the beach.

The Laventures

A fantastic week! Lovely cottage and great weather. Thank you!

The Biltons

What a lovely, warm and inviting cottage. Just as we imagined from the brochure. Ideal for a family of 4 with a dog! Beautiful setting, fuel much appreciated, clean and comfortable. We have come here for a different Christmas experience and so far so good. Will keep you informed. We have had the most magical special Christmas ever. Lots of walks on the beach and up in the hills. It has been fantastic both the children have enjoyed the experience - epecially their gallery bedroom. I was nervous of cooking a traditional Christmas dinner away from home - but have found all the utensils,pots,pans and cooker to be more than adequate. Nothing can be better than sitting down in front of a real fire with a glass of wine. Thanks.

The Wheatley family, Lancashire

very cosy and a beautiful setting. A fantastic view of the beach and newport can be seen from the top of the hill at the back. Overall, a very enjoyable stay, shame about the weather though!

Diane and Tom

We've had another smashing week here-it's such a lovely cottage-how can we fail to enjoy? We can really recommend the bar meals in the pub at Nevern- and a visit to see the seals at Moylegrove!

Buff and Jen, Somerset

We had a lovely stay. So peaceful, lovely walks, was a bit cold at times but it is December and very frosty, open fire made all the difference.

Falk family, Bristol

Lovely location for coast and mountain-plus shops and pubs.

Anne and John, Cheshire

Idyllic location- no phones, no traffic- only bird song and stream. Seven days of glorious sunshine. Bliss!!

Craig and Dawn

Hard to imagine a more tranquil retreat-thanks again!

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