|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Eryl is a former one storey cottage built around 1900. It has since been built up to incorporate an upstairs which provides ample bedroom space (sleeping 1 - 6) and like downstairs offers elevated, breathtaking views of the sea, estuary and countryside. The accommodation includes three bedrooms, two reception rooms, modern kitchen and bathroom. Despite its modernisation it has also retained character features such as an oak beamed fireplace with gas effect wood burner, which gives the place a cosy, relaxing atmosphere on cold winter days. Eryl is family friendly to the extent that plug socket protectors can be fixed in place so that toddlers and babies can come to no harm.
The property has a large garden which is great for children with lots of enegy! There is a patio at the rear of the property with wooden table and chairs for dining out on warm summer evenings.
Eryl is located on the outskirts of Newport. It is only a 15 minute walk from the property to the beach and a 5 minute walk to the centre of Newport and its many facilities.
Just wanted to say thanks so much for letting us stay at Eryl this week. We had a fabulous time and Newport is a beautiful spot. We will definitely be back next year. Thanks for your hospitality.
There are many outdoor pursuits available in the area and Eryl welcomes all outdoor enthusiasts. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Coastal Path is a huge attraction for walkers, Newport Boat Club and Traethmawr (the big beach) allows visitors to launch boats, yachts, kayaks, canoes, etc. and Newport's 18 hole links Golf Club attracts many a golf enthusiast. Mountain bikes can be hired from the Wholefood Shop and horses riding trails operate from Havard Stables and Crosswell Agency. Use of Newport’s tennis courts can be booked at the Tourist Information Office. Fishing can be enjoyed along the estuary or in the sea.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|