Bryneithin

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Holiday cottage in Newport

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Pets
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Bryneithin

This is certainly a house with a view! The living area looks out towards the sea and headlands of Newport Bay. Few houses offer such an idyllic setting, peacefully situated on the mountainside, but still within a footpath’s walk of the bustling village with its excellent restaurants, pubs and small shops, while the beautiful golden beach, Newport Sands, and estuary teaming with bird and wildlife are all within walking distance.

Lovingly renovated and comfortably furnished throughout, the spacious lounge/diner with its restored parquet flooring, exposed stonework and wood burning stove makes a cosy retreat, it leads into a sunny conservatory, so you can really enjoy the wonderful view over the coast and out to sea, making the most of the sunshine all year round. The conservatory opens to a paved patio with steps down to the lovely, sheltered lawned garden with mature shrubs - an ideal spot to enjoy an alfresco meal. The fitted kitchen offers one of the best sea views in Pembrokeshire while you wash up and has a useful hatch through to the dining room. Two fresh light spacious bedrooms with bright contemporary tones complete this holiday home. Perfect for walking enthusiasts, so put on your walking boots and explore the ancient footpaths that criss-cross Carn Ingli Mountain, providing communication routes since Stone Age days.

One Level Accommodation - This denotes that a bedroom, bathroom or shower room, whb/wc, living area and kitchen are on one level - guests must check the property access statement on the website or request a copy via email to base their decision on, as there may be other access issues.

Ground Floor: Sitting room, conservatory, kitchen, double room, bathroom/whb/wc, twin room, shower room/whb/wc.

Heating: Oil central heating, electric heaters, log burner.

Electricity: & Oil: £25 per week Sept - May, £20 per week June - August.

Parking: Yes.

Facilities: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier in garage, TV, DVD player, HiFi system/iPod dock, WiFi, garden furniture.

Pets: One. Please note the owner does have cats.

Website: www.bryneithinholidayhome.co.uk


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Attractions near Bryneithin

Newport Links Golf Club boasts a location of one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. With its undulating fairways and postage stamp greens, this course was originally designed by James Braid (5 times Open Winner). Newport Links offers 18 of the most picturesque holes you could hope to play, and with lessons, a target range, club hire and buggy and trolley hire - it has everything you could possible need.
Only place in Wales where you can see candles dipped in their original way. Inger John provides a warm welcome to all visitors, who can see hand-dipped candles being made without any mechanical aids. Her candles are created with unique graded colours and with exotic scents including specially blended essential oils. The workshop is a real “Aladdin's Cave” packed with candles of all shapes and sizes. Most are made on the premises, and others are imported from all over the world. Also in stock are candlesticks of many types, snuffers, lanterns, oil burners, accessories, candle-making kits, and books of local interest.
Penlan Uchaf Gardens differs to most other gardens you might visit, as its landscaped gardens are set around an everyday working farm. With approximately three acres, Penlan Uchaf Gardens are situated in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park in North Pembrokeshire promising breathtaking views across the Preseli Hills.
Situated in North Pembrokeshire, Castell Henllys is an extraordinary day out for anyone interested in history. With a reconstructed Iron Age Hill fort, Castell Henllys is set in 26 acres of woodland on excavated remains from over 2000 years ago. Particularly interesting is the three large replica roundhouses, the granary and forge.
Dyffryn Fernant Garden is a six acre garden nestled in the Preseli Hills near Fishguard. With a bog garden, a fernary and courtyard full of exotic plants, this is the perfect place to go for a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of life. Stroll along the stream and take in sights of the wild marsh and ornamental grasses. Please note: Guide dogs only allowed in the gardens.

Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, Eglwyswrw a tourist attraction at the foot of the Preseli Mountains. They are known internationally for breeding a shire horse called Major Mercury (aka Dyfed Celt) one of the household cavalry drum horses. There is plenty for the whole family to do, whatever the weather. Daily Timetable of activities including, Harnessing demonstrations, during which we will dress the horse in a working set of harness and explain the function and history of the harness, Horse and cart rides (Summer Holidays Only) Tractor ride around the working farm, Animal Feeding and Donkey Grooming. They also have an Indoor soft play area & Outdoor adventure area - Crazy Golf, Sand Shed and Skittles. Nature Trail with woodlands and hedgerows to explore and stunning views of the Preseli Mountains to enjoy.

Please Note: Dogs are welcomed but must be kept on leads and there is a small charge for their entry.

Ceibwr Bay
The Witches Cauldron, or Pwll-Y-Wrach to the Welsh, is a geological feature near to Ceibwr Bay which can be accessed only by either sea kayak or a good half an hour walk along the Coastal Path from Ceibwr Bay. A collapsed cave which gives stunning views to those walking and kayaking in the area, and lots of intricate tunnels seen only by kayakers. Access is denied during the autumn when seals gather to pup, and the walkers path is steep and narrow in parts.
Learn all about the last British Invasion which occurred in February 1797 with a 30 metre award-winning tapestry at the library in Fishguard Town Hall. Added storyboards and artefacts are used to help guide your learning, and you can even learn all about the making of the tapestry in their audio visual room!
Cardigan
Falconry Wales, is a small company that offer Falconry experiences and displays across Wales. They offer a few different experience days. A great chance for you to get up close and personal with these beautiful creatures in their magnificent surroundings. You get chance to meet and handle the birds, which will give you the valuable opportunity to come accustomed to one another, and then the ultimate- flying a number of birds to your hand, and watching our raptors amaze you with their flying skills. Photography Workshop are also available. Please note: Advance bookings need to be make and some courses have a minimum party requirement.

Head to Fishguard's Town Hall every Saturday morning for the popular Farmer's Market where you'll have a chance to sample and buy a range of local produce such as eggs, cheeses, breads, jams and chutneys.

Please Note: Dogs are welcomed but please make sure to keep them under control at all times. 

 

Beaches near Bryneithin

Newport
This large, picturesque horseshoe shaped bay is generally well protected from the winds and waves that pound much of the Pembrokeshire coastline. The historic town of Newport stands near the mouth of the River Nevern where there are 2 beaches - one on each side of the estuary. The Parrog is on the Southern side, and although this is the more sheltered beach, unpredictable currents make bathing dangerous. However, the area is rich in prehistoric sites, including Pentre Ifan burial chamber. To find the beach follow the signs from Newport and the A487. It is dog friendly all year round. 
Newport
A superb long stretch of beach with lots of room to play games and sail boats. The beach is backed by a popular golf course with club house. At low tide you can walk across the estuary to Newport Parrog, and the walk around the river bank through a bird sanctuary to the road bridge crossing is always enjoyable. Visitors should be careful of dangerous currents around the river. Nature has given Newport a spectacular setting of sea, castle and the towering Carn Ingli – at 1100-feet this makes for a wonderful view from the beach. Access to the beach is easy – no steps or cliffs.
Aberfforest
Aberfforest Beach is a small bay made up of a mixture of sand and shingle, situated between two majestic cliffs and just under two miles from the local villages of Newport and Dinas. 
Accessible via a long footpath, which leads along a wide farm track (follow Aberfforest signs) almost all the way to the beach, or alternatively along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path from Cwm Yr Eglwys, this beach is quiet and peaceful - perfect for a relaxing day by the seaside, a picnic or taking a few beautiful photographs.  
Aberfforest is a great beach for swimming and kayaking, and is a popular haunt for seals. 
A special little gem that you mustn’t miss out on, is the secret waterfall which is nestled in the wooded valley just behind the beach. It is definitely worth a visit.
Cwm Yr Eglwys
Cwm-yr-Eglwys is a petite, eye-catching cove popular with families, kayakers and sea swimmers. Overlooking the picturesque shingle and pebble beach are the remains of the 12th Century church of St Brynach's, which was destroyed during a fierce storm in 1859. To find Cwm-yr-Eglwys follow the narrow, twisting road off the A487 just to the east of Dinas Cross.
Pwllgwaelod
A small sandy beach with cliffs on either side means that the west facing Pwllgwaelod is unsuitable for most 'forces-of-nature' sports, however it is very handy for launching small boats and kayaks/canoes. There are low rocks on both sides to clamber over and numerous rockpools. The beach does however offer good views across Fishguard Bay to Fishguard Harbour and a short walk of a kilometre or so takes you across the southern end of Dinas Island to the beach at Cwm-yr-Eglwys.
Ceibwr Bay
Ceibwr is an attractive little bay, totally undeveloped and the haunt of shy seabirds and Grey Atlantic seals, with the nearby village of Moylegrove within walking distance. The cliff walking is high, craggy and awesomely beautiful whatever the weather or season. The cliffs show evidence of impressive forces at work circa 400 million years ago when Ceibwr was created - admire the elegant folds and scrolls in the rock face. The ruins of a fine Celtic fortress can be found on the northern cliff edge. The more romantic can envisage the smugglers taking advantage of such a remote spot along with the ideal locality of the cave on the beach. This area is for those seeking a quiet holiday near the amenities of Cardigan and Newport but away from the more popular sandy beaches and busy centres. There is a car park with toilets in Moylegrove and roadside parking closer to the cove with space for approx 20-25 vehicles.
Goodwick
Although the large sheltered harbour of Goodwick looks like an ideal flat water windsurfing location, the high cliffs surrounding it makes it a gusty venue in all but North Easterly winds and not really suited to any kind of 'forces-of-nature' sport. There's a promenade above the top of the beach and a long breakwater that you can walk along. Dolphins and basking sharks are occasionally seen off the beach as they swim round the harbour.
St Dogmaels
Near the mouth of the River Teifi, on the southern side opposite Cardigan, stands St Dogmaels. It is essentially a seafaring village, as examination of headstones in the churchyard will testify. The remains of an Abbey founded by Robert Fitz-Martin in the 12th century are worth a visit. Poppit Sands a little further down the estuary has a beautiful and extensive beach which denotes the start (or the end!) of the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Poppit Sands
Poppit Sands is a sandy beach, backed with sand dunes at the mouth of the Teifi Estuary. It is the beginning, or end, of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The proximity of the beach to the town of Cardigan has made it a very popular venue for visitors, but bathers should be aware of dangerous currents and heed the warning signs and lifeguard flags. It is a blue flag bathing beach making it an ideal holiday location. Lifeguards patrol the beach between July and August from 10am to 6pm each day. Dog restrictions apply to a section of the beach between 1st May and 30th September, but the rest of the beach remains dog friendly. 
Aberbach Bay
This small and quiet beach is a neighbour to the larger Abermawr beach. Located only a 5 minute walk away from the roadside or no more than a 10 minute ramble along the cliff tops, around the top of Abermawr beach, Aberbach bay’s low tide reveals a beautiful canvas of golden sand, perfect for a picnic and building sandcastles with the children.
The nearest place to get refreshments would be in nearby Mathry, which has a great village pub that serves food.

 

Places To Drink near Bryneithin

Newport
The Golden Lion makes the most of the local produce available, with Welsh beef and freshly caught seafood on their doorstep, you're guaranteed to be impressed by their menu. Specials vary according to seasonal produce.
Newport
Cnapan's restaurant will instantly make you feel at home with its relaxing and friendly atmosphere. The food and drink menu celebrates local produce with Welsh beef and Preseli lamb (to name a few) being part and parcel of Cnapan's everyday menu. If you're looking to spoil yourselves with some quality food and drink, Cnapan is the place to go.
Llys Meddyg is a typical Georgian town house which has been transformed into a luxurious place to visit. The food and drink options range from the more elegant fine-dining menus to family friendly menus, as well as offering seasonal menus throughout the year.
Morawelon is Camping and Caravanning site with a on-site restaurant providing campers and visitors with delicious hot and cold food. A waterfront location with extensive views across Newport Bay and Morfa Head. Its family-run,so you can be sure of great service and top quality cooking from healthy and tasty ingredients. A superb range of teas, coffees and pastries also available all day, with a fully licensed bar. With it's constantly changing menu, and a wide selection of home-cooked food they can cater for everyone's needs.
Nevern
The Trewern Arms and hotel is a 16th century building, situated astride the banks of the River Nevern. It's a typical cosy country pub with stone walls and original beams. This riverside pub is situated in the Valley of Nevern making it a rather rural and secluded pub, with fishing off the river just across the road and popular woodland walks nearby. Food varies from pizza to burgers, from steak to fish - all made with local produce.
Felindre Farchog
Originally established in the 16th Century, The Salutation Inn brings together a mix of modern and traditional with a welcoming atmosphere. Their lounge bar serves typical bar snacks whilst their restaurant serves three course meals and is also available for private functions.
The Freemasons Arms is on the main road at Dinas, conveniently situated across from a car park. This pub offers a range of ales and meals at both lunchtime and in the evening. They have a beer garden, with a darts and pool room separate from the bar.
Fishguard
Barfive is to be found in a Grade 2 listed four storey Georgian town house. The bar is spread over three floors and has a variety of areas in which you can eat drink chat and relax. Recently refurbishment with a contemporary and traditional design offering a wide range of drinks and cocktails complimented by a wonderful casual dining offer. Please note: They are unable to accommodate large groups or “Stag” parties, unless by prior arrangement. Dogs welcome on the outside terrace area only.
Haverfordwest
Situated in Puncheston, just less than fifteen minutes from Wolfscastle, the Drovers Arms is a friendly local pub. It offers a range of pub favourites as well as a popular Sunday lunch, for which booking in advance is recommended. They also offer specials as well as takeaways.
Fishguard
Situated on Main Street, Fishguard, Ffwrn is a popular bar and cafe as it boasts freshly made food courtesy of its bakery. You can even buy their pastries to takeaway! It also hosts special events such as live music nights, and has a good selection of wines, beers and spirits.

 

Places To Eat near Bryneithin

Newport
The Golden Lion makes the most of the local produce available, with Welsh beef and freshly caught seafood on their doorstep, you're guaranteed to be impressed by their menu. Specials vary according to seasonal produce.
Newport
Cnapan's restaurant will instantly make you feel at home with its relaxing and friendly atmosphere. The food and drink menu celebrates local produce with Welsh beef and Preseli lamb (to name a few) being part and parcel of Cnapan's everyday menu. If you're looking to spoil yourselves with some quality food and drink, Cnapan is the place to go.
Llys Meddyg is a typical Georgian town house which has been transformed into a luxurious place to visit. The food and drink options range from the more elegant fine-dining menus to family friendly menus, as well as offering seasonal menus throughout the year.
Morawelon is Camping and Caravanning site with a on-site restaurant providing campers and visitors with delicious hot and cold food. A waterfront location with extensive views across Newport Bay and Morfa Head. Its family-run,so you can be sure of great service and top quality cooking from healthy and tasty ingredients. A superb range of teas, coffees and pastries also available all day, with a fully licensed bar. With it's constantly changing menu, and a wide selection of home-cooked food they can cater for everyone's needs.
Nevern
The Trewern Arms and hotel is a 16th century building, situated astride the banks of the River Nevern. It's a typical cosy country pub with stone walls and original beams. This riverside pub is situated in the Valley of Nevern making it a rather rural and secluded pub, with fishing off the river just across the road and popular woodland walks nearby. Food varies from pizza to burgers, from steak to fish - all made with local produce.

Tucked away in the heart of Pembrokeshire is a peace and tranquil restaurant. As well as us letting their 14 self-catering cottages the la carte restaurant is open to residents and non-residents alike for lunches, Sunday carvery, evening bar or restaurant meals. They also serve afternoon teas. The restaurant offers a frequently changing menu that is designed & prepared using the finest local produce. Selecting their meat from local butchers, cheese lovingly produced by Pant Mawr in Rosebush and locally grown seasonal vegetables. you will be sure to true taste and reflection of West Wales!



Felindre Farchog
Originally established in the 16th Century, The Salutation Inn brings together a mix of modern and traditional with a welcoming atmosphere. Their lounge bar serves typical bar snacks whilst their restaurant serves three course meals and is also available for private functions.
A family run club house that dates back to the late 13th century and offers home made meals, traditional Sunday lunches and refreshing drinks including locally brewed ales. The Country Club is a tranquil park which has an abundance of trees, flowers shrubs and gardens which are maintained to a very high standard. The sea views from the park take in the beautiful landscape of Dinas Head and look north all the way to the Llyn Peninsula on a clear day. Please Note: Table bookings are advisable.
The Freemasons Arms is on the main road at Dinas, conveniently situated across from a car park. This pub offers a range of ales and meals at both lunchtime and in the evening. They have a beer garden, with a darts and pool room separate from the bar.
Pwllgwaelod
Formerly the Sailors Safety, this pub/restaurant dates from 1593. It is named for the light it once kept burning as a guide to ships. Set in a beautiful location where you can view spectacular sunsets, The Old Sailors restaurant stands on the beachside at Pwllgwaelod. A wide selection of local seafood is on the menu daily, with the local crab and lobster a must for all seafood lovers. For those with a more traditional taste there is a fantastic homemade Steak & Ale pie. A fine selection of local beers and fine wines available.

 

Events near Bryneithin

Santa's Grotto at Folly Farm

Saturday 05 November 2016 - Sunday 18 December 2016

This is a magical time of year to visit Folly Farm on weekends in November and December you can visit Santa's Grotto and his reindeer. He's will  bring gifts for the little ones. Plus there's mulled wine and a mince pie for the adults which always helps spread the Christmas cheer. Please note: There is an additional charge of £8 per child to visit Santa in his grotto and for this they will receive a gift.

Santa's Grotto at Vincent Davies

Saturday 12 November 2016 - Wednesday 21 December 2016

Visit Santa Claus in his grotto at Vincent Davies. Open from Saturday 12th November and then every Saturday, Sunday 10-4.30 & Sundays 10.30 to 3.30pm Plus,  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 19th-21 st December 10am-4.30pm Entry only £3.50 per child. All children will receive a wrapped gift from Santa. You will be welcome to take your own photographs if you wish. Children can take part in Elf on the Shelf a  Free Kids Hunt. There will even be a Santa post box for your children's wish lists – add an address and Santa may reply! Why not pre-book Tea with Santa at Cafe Vincent to include the Elf Hunt, Kids Meal and a visit from Santa, every Thursday in December from 5pm. Please note: Booking is essential.

Cardigan's 2016 Festive Fortnight!

Saturday 03 December 2016 - Saturday 17 December 2016

This year, Cardigan is celebrating Christmas with a bonanza of festive celebrations spread over a whole fortnight! There will be late night shopping, pop up events and free parking throughout the town on Saturdays. The fortnight kicks off on the 3rd with the Lights Switch on, and there will be a Festive Fireworks Display on the 9th December. A Giant Lantern Parade will also be held through the streets of Cardigan between 7pm and 8pm on the 9th. In the true festive spirit, there will be a Christmas Fair in Cardigan Castle on the 10th and 11th as well as Cabaret at the Small World Theatre on the 16th. Head to Cardigan Guildhall on the 17th to meet real reindeers!

Cardigan Theatre Pantomime: Peter Panto

Saturday 17 December 2016 - Friday 30 December 2016

Head to Theatre Mwldan this Christmas and see the ever-popular tale of Peter Pan in panto! In traditional pantomime style, this classic tale will star the Peter Pan, Captain Hook, Tinkerbell, Wendy, Michael and John. Of course, no production of Peter Pan would be complete without an appearance from some Indians, mermaids and the Lost Boys! This production comes to you from the Cardigan Theatre amateur dramatics group. Admission tickets start at £7 per person, booking is advised.

Santa's Grotto & Ice Skating at The Glen

Wednesday 21 December 2016 - Friday 23 December 2016

Come and join in the festive fun at The Glen Pub. With undercover Ice Skating, Santa's Grotto, Hot Food, Mulled Wine, Trampoline and Bouncy Castle. Please Note: Advance booking for the ice skating is needed. Tel: 01437 760070. 

Family Theatre: Pay What You Can: L'Hotel Nöel

Wednesday 28 December 2016

Span Arts are hosting a Pay What You Can Family Theatre where everyone is welcome to attend and 'Pay What You Can'  for the Performance , paying whatever you can afford to give us (suggested donation is £5 per ticket.) All you need to do in advance is book yourself a ticket and bring along however much money you want to pay for your ticket! Or leave it til after the performance, and pay what you think it was worth. Forms will be available on the day. The performance is seton Christmas Eve - the excited Bell Boy and the Bah Humbug Chamber Maid of the smallest hotel in the world are busy preparing for guests to arrive for Christmas. The tree is decorated, the table is laid and the rooms are set in a frenzy of choreographed mayhem and frantic activity. Finally the Maitre De brings the guests from the audience up the red carpet and into the hotel for the most jolly, surprising and unforgettable seasonal stay of their lives: acrobatic elves; a Christmas Cracker Cabaret; flaming pud; flying pancakes and a personal visit from Father Christmas himself all in one night at L'Hotel Nöel. Box Office: 01834 869323.

New Year's Eve Street Party

Saturday 31 December 2016

Fishguard once again welcomes you to it's Annual New Year's Eve Street Party! With celebrations, live music and fireworks - it really is a fantastic party to celebrate the coming of the New Year! Refreshments are available on the street and in the surrounding pubs and restaurants. This event is free entry, donations are appreciated as any money given is then put towards next year's celebrations.

New Years Day Bonfire & Fireworks

Sunday 01 January 2017

A perfect way to bring in the new year, Victoria Hall in Roch is hosting their annual New Years celebrations with a bonfire and fireworks. The event starts from 5pm onwards with the lighting of the bonfire, and refreshments are available in the hall throughout the evening. Admission to be paid upon entry.

Amy Wadge & Luke Jackson Live at Theatre Mwldan

Friday 27 January 2017

Amy Wadge and Luke Jackson, two generations of singer-songwriters, come together in this performance at Theatre Mwldan. Any Wadge has established herself as one of the country's most successful singer-songwriters with a large portfolio of compositions and performances under her belt. She has even worked with the likes of Ed Sheeran, being the co-writer of one of his best-selling singles "Thinking Out Loud" which won her a Grammy along with a BRIT nominations. Luke Jackson is a rising young singer-songwriter who has been nominated for the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award. His talented voice and great guitar skills have seen him perform acoustic sets supporting the likes of Oysterband and Show of Hands as well as playing The Great British Folk Festival. This performance begins at 7.30pm and tickets are £12.

Burns Supper

Saturday 28 January 2017

Celebrate Burns Night with a real Scottish treat in Moylegrove this January. You can dine on Scottish dishes including haggis, tatties, neeps and clootie dumplings. There will also be entertainment including pipers, musicians and folk singers as well as a slide-show of north-west Scotland. This event starts at 7.30pm at Moylegrove Village Hall (the old school).

Live Theatre: Burton

Tuesday 14 February 2017

This live production tells the tale of Welsh actor, Richard Burton, from his humble beginnings to his Hollywood fame. The story tells of his relationship with the likes of Elizabeth Taylor, as well as his experiences with wealth and fame. Burton is a live theatre production with Rhodri Miles of Game of Thrones fame starring as a young Richard Burton. It has received critical acclaim at two Edinburgh Fringe Festivals (2009 and 2014) plus at the 2010 Hollywood Fringe Festival. The performance starts at 7.30pm and tickets start from £3.

The Curious Adventures of Pinocchio

Wednesday 22 February 2017

Children's classic tale, Pinocchio, is brought to life this February with Cbeebies Patrick Lynch telling the story of the famous puppet. The performance begins at 2pm and tickets start from £8.50. The show is suitable for children aged 5 and up. 

Oysters 3 at Theatre Mwldan

Thursday 16 March 2017

Oysters 3 are made up of the three founder members of folk-rock band Oysterband. This March, Oysters 3, are treating Theatre Mwldan to a fresh performance with acoustic songs you may recognise from their lengthy career and stories which give an interesting insight to the history of the band. This performance starts at 7.30pm and tickets start at £3. 

Easter Egg Trail at Picton Castle

Monday 10 April 2017 - Monday 17 April 2017

A firm favourite with our regular visitors, Picton Castle's Easter Egg Trail for children is a self-guided scamper through fabulous woodlands as they burst into bloom. Collect your leaflet at the Ticket Office and follow the trail – you will find clues along the way! When you have finished, pop into the Gift Shop to collect your prize. It's a great way for the whole family to enjoy the woodlands as masses of Rhododendrons, Azaleas and Magnolias come into flower. While the kids rush around in search of clues, the ‘grown-ups' can enjoy the magnificent colours and scents. After the walk, what better reward than a nice warming cup of hot chocolate with cream and a homemade cake in the Courtyard Restaurant, or perhaps make it a lunchtime visit and enjoy the Spanish dish of the day with a glass of wine or beer! Normal Entry Fees apply with a £1.00 charge for the Easter Egg Trail Telephone: 01437 751326 Email: info@pictoncastle.co.uk

Easter Eggstravaganza

Monday 17 April 2017

Come and join the Easter fun at Scolton Manor with Easter Quizzes and Easter trail around the grounds, Free with entry to the Manor. Work out the clues to win a prize.£1.00 per child

The Fureys at Theatre Mwldan

Tuesday 25 April 2017

This April, head to Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan for a fantastic night of Irish music, songs and stories. The Fureys are a popular Irish folk band who have been performing sold-out concerts for over 39 years. Their timeless tunes are emotive and guaranteed to give you an enjoyable evening. The performance begins at 7.30pm and tickets start from £18.50.

MKF Kitefliers Rendezvous

Saturday 29 April 2017 - Sunday 30 April 2017

Two full days of kite flying in  on Broad Haven’s ‘Blue Flag’ Beach. A 2 day event organised by Midlands Kite Fliers

MKF Kitefliers Rendevous

Monday 01 May 2017

Day three of the MKF ( Midlands Kite Fliers) Rendezvous with a day flying at Hilton Court Gardens and Crafts, Roch, Pembrokeshire with its stunning coastal views overlooking St Brides Bay.

The Preseli Beast

Saturday 06 May 2017

The Preseli Beast is an off-road racing event, still a relatively new event as it is only in its fifth year now. Approximately 24 miles off road, this race takes in a route through wooded valleys, trails and paths taking in scenery across the Gwaun Valley and Newport Bay. Opt for a smaller race with the Beast Bach, an 11 mile off-road race, or rise to the challenge of the Ultrabeast - a 32 mile off-road race! The start and finish are in Maenclochog, with the Ultrabeast kicking off first at 9am.

Man Up In The Mud

Saturday 06 May 2017

The Man Up In The Mud run is a great mud run approximately 4.5 miles in distance. Following a great coastal route, the course promises to be boggy and muddy with obstacles to climb over and under! 

Penlan Festival of Music, Poetry and Literature

Saturday 03 June 2017 - Sunday 04 June 2017

2017 celebrates Penlan's third year of festivities set in the peaceful woodland setting. There will be craft stalls, refreshments, live music, open mic, and competitions such as the Annual Song Writing Competition.

Classic Car Show at Scolton Manor

Monday 05 June 2017

This very popular annual event is back once again! With classic vehicles of all varieties, there's something here for car lovers, tractor lovers, military vehicle buffs and those mad for motorcycles! There will be children's entertainment, craft stalls and refreshments available.

Ocean Lava Wales

Saturday 29 July 2017

With two different distances available, you can either enter the Middle Distance Ocean Lava event which is made up of a 1.2 mile swim, a 56 mile cycle and a 13.1 mile run; or the Wales Triathlon Sprint Distance which is made up of a 750m swim, a 13 mile cycle and a 4 mile run. Whether you're an athlete or a spectator, supporters line the streets creating an amazing atmosphere and energy which definitely makes this event a must-see!

Edge Festival

Friday 11 August 2017 - Sunday 13 August 2017

With a packed weekend of music, literature, sport and food, Solva's Edge Festival makes the most of the local produce and events, and is a great weekend for all the family. The weekend hosts a Battle of the Bands, an open-water swim and a football tournament, plus there is a Beer and Cider festival throughout the weekend. There will also be a variety of stalls, literature talks, raffles and live music. There really is plenty going on this weekend! Please Note: There are no credit card facilities on site so please bring cash. Local shop/pubs offer cash back. See edgefestival.co.uk for more details

Cardigan River and Food Festival

Saturday 12 August 2017

Cardigan River and Food Festival is an annual event which strives to showcase the fantastic local produce available in Wales with demonstrations, entertainment and activities. Of course - there will be ample opportunities to see and taste some of that local produce on offer!

Pembrokeshire County Show

Tuesday 15 August 2017 - Thursday 17 August 2017

Pembrokeshire's County Show returns for another year! This annual event brings thousands of people to the Haverfordwest Showground each year. With a variety of crafts and stalls, there is also displays, exhibitions and performances to see! There is a whole host of agricultural machinery on display as well as livestock to see, a fair, and a number of horse and dog shows. Of course there is also plenty of opportunities to meet and greet with local businesses, as well as sampling some great local produce on offer in the food hall!

Aberjazz Jazz & Blues Festival

Thursday 24 August 2017 - Monday 28 August 2017

Held in various locations across the seaside town of Fishguard, this festival occurs annual over the August Bank Holiday celebrating jazz and blues music.

Cardigan Quays Festival

Saturday 26 August 2017 - Sunday 27 August 2017

Cardigan's annual Quays Festival is held each year in August and celebrates the culture and heritage of the North Pembrokeshire town. A busy weekend, there will be entertainment, activities, craft stalls and refreshments available from a whole host of local producers.

Family Fun and Fireworks

Saturday 28 October 2017

Fishguard’s Autumn Festival will be holding a ‘Family fun and Fireworks’ on Goodwick seafront. Pembrokeshire Firespinners will be at the event this year as well as many other fun activities. 

Trewern Arms, Nevern Bonfire & Fireworks Night

Sunday 05 November 2017

Come along to Trewern Arms for Fireworks and to celebrate Bonfire night. Enter into the Best-dressed Guy Fawkes' competition. Enjoy a glass of something warming and a pork roll before the fireworks display later on that evening.

 

Historic Places near Bryneithin

Newport
Nestled in the heart of Pembrokeshire coast, this cromlech is topped with a 15 ton capstone making it an incredible sight to see. Full of history, this area is where the original Stonehenge bluestones originated. It dates back to the Neolithic era. Please Note: Assistance Dogs only. There is limited parking nearby.
Situated in North Pembrokeshire, Castell Henllys is an extraordinary day out for anyone interested in history. With a reconstructed Iron Age Hill fort, Castell Henllys is set in 26 acres of woodland on excavated remains from over 2000 years ago. Particularly interesting is the three large replica roundhouses, the granary and forge.
Learn all about the last British Invasion which occurred in February 1797 with a 30 metre award-winning tapestry at the library in Fishguard Town Hall. Added storyboards and artefacts are used to help guide your learning, and you can even learn all about the making of the tapestry in their audio visual room!
Cardigan
Set in the Eastern Preselis, Foel Drygarn (also known as Foel Trigarn) can only be accessed via a footpath, however there is nearby parking. It is the remains of a large Iron Age Hill-fort covering almost 4 hectacres, with three defended enclosures, and three large cairns each three metres in height. Historians state that it is likely to have been a heavily populated fortified village which was built sometime between 650BC and 100AD.
St. Dogmael's Abbey was founded on the banks of the River Teifi in 1115 for Tironian Monks, before being given the status of Abbey in 1120. Fortunately there are extensive remains to visit today, original 15th Century floor tiles can still be seen along the nave of which the west and north walls stand nearly to their original height. The Coach House is set in the surroundings of the Abbey ruins, and is now home to a museum and visitor centre where they have a collection of carved stones that were once part of the abbey on display.
St Dogmaels
Adjacent to St. Dogmaels Abbey and alongside a mill pond, this is one of the last working water mills in Wales which produces a range of stoneground flour.
Cardigan
Cardigan Castle is a magnificent castle which boasts some 900 years of history. It was once captured by Rhys ap Gruffudd who hosted an Eisteddfod, has been visited by King Edward I and Henry Tudor, it has been subject to burning leaving it partially demolished, before being purchased by Ceredigion County Council in 2003 and undertaking serious renovations enabling it to open its doors to the public as a heritage attraction in 2015.
Cardigan
Cilgerran Castle is situated in a stunning location overlooking the Teifi with two massive round towers still standing today. This was first established by the Normans as a ringwork castle and is approximately 800 years old. Entry to this castle is free during the winter months, and is free all year round to National Trust Members and the disabled. Please Note: Dogs must be kept on leads.
Strumble lighthouse, erected in 1908, is actually situated on the small island of Ynsmeicel, reached by a small footbridge on the North West tip of Pembrokeshire, 5 miles west of Fishguard. The circular stone tower is 55ft high and still contains the original lantern. Please Note: The Lighthouse is automated so unfortunately there isn't any access onto the island.
Scolton Manor was built in 1842 as a family home, and was even used as a hospital during World War 2. It is now a Victorian Manor House and Museum, set in a luxurious 60 acres of country park and woodland, with a wide variety of wildlife. The park is open all year, whilst the Manor House is closed during the winter months. The Manor House will be opening again in March 2015, and times will be confirmed nearer the time. Please Note: Admission to the Park is free, whilst charges to the Manor House apply. Dogs must be kept on leads at all times, and are allowed in the Park only.

 

Customer Reviews of Bryneithin

Alison David Laura and Emma

We have enjoyed a lovely Easter weekend visiting family, The view is spectacular even when its raining and the cottage is a home from home in a fabulous location! The beds were extremely comfy and the cottage was well cleaned, the wine and teabags were much appreciated


Peter and Joyce

Spotless presentation of property and facilities, very comfortable, stunning location, one minor problem rectified immediately , would return without hesitation


Barbara and Pat

My mother (85) and I have had a lovely few days, The property has exceeded our expectations-fab! The two bathrooms and everything else are on one floor and has been ideal for and after short trips out we have enjoyed sitting in the conservatory looking at the awesome views and the little birds enjoying the see we bought down in Newport. I have enjoyed longer walks , so many to chose from,We have found everything we needed, the place was lovely and clean and the pg tips-perfect as we had forgotten the tea bags! Thank you


Christine Mark Beryl and Neville

A delightful cottage, well equipped with stunning views, Bought the birds a packet of sunflowers seeds, they entertained us every day queuing for their breakfast and dinner. Watched many beautiful sunsets from the garden, a big thank you to the owners for sharing the cottage. We will return


Jenny Betty and Lyn

a lovely relaxing week and we were lucky with the weather, We loved the view and the peace and quiet, Wish we lived nearer so could come more often, Thank you for the delicious bottle of wine!


Lin and Nigel

we have been coming to Pembrokeshire for many years and this has been the best accommodation yet. What a view! this place is so secluded , peaceful and utterly relaxing, We have enjoyed every minute of being here, The cottage was spotless and had everything we could possibly need, This is truly a special place and we will be bac


The Jones & Hunt family

Wonderful views. Stimulated two of us to get sketching and painting. We have made friends with Bryn the seagull! Newport is an ideal holiday place with old world charm and al the facilities needed for your holiday. Information centre and art galleries very good. Bakery good too. You are obviously cat lovers. One of us has just been inspired to write a 400 word poem about a cat! The coast is beautiful and the hills and countryside lovely. Wed forgotten just how wonderful Pembrokeshire is. Even the weather has been mostly perfect for walking, viewing and nature watching. The cottage is spacious and equipped with everything needed. Its homely and has a light and airy feel.


Josephine and Simon

Thoroughly enjoyed our week back in Pembrokeshire again. The cottage is great, not only for the wonderful views but for the walks in all directions (including up the hill) from straight out of the door! We had some great walks and some lovely weather. In Newport we enjoyed - the bakery at the bottom of the road, just above the church, LouLous for lovely cakes, and the Golden Lion for very good cooking (but book as it gets busy) As ever the buses - Poppit Rochet Et Al make the coastal path fun and accessible. Thank you for the wine and attention to detail in the cottage.


Ann & Rob

Another lovely holiday at Bryneithin! We love everything about this place... Except going home. We have been lucky enough to have wonderful weather, Have had a lovely walks and seen beautiful wild flowers, all sorts of birds including ride kites, a buzzard dangling a snake from its claws and baby chicks. our big bonus, however was a tiny fox cub who appeared on the patio this last week. We have seen him 3 times - at around 10:45 - 11pm. The first time he actually bumped into the window, which was how we noticed him! He was eating the bird food, so we put out some dog food on the third night and he lapped that up. Not seen him for a couple of nights but hope he's ok & will come back. So reluctantly we leave - but hope to come back! Thank you Keith and Nikki for the wine. P.s Fox cub returned Friday!


Jenny & Chris

Endorse all that has been said and only one complaint... We have to go home!!


Sue and Stan

Another fantastic holiday Bryneithin draws to an end. The week has just flown by and we are already planning our next one. We love the cottage and cannot get enough of the wonderful views. It is so relaxing and peaceful here and Newport has everything that you need that you do need to use the car once you have arrived. There are plenty of fantastic walks to do and the coastal path is so close. Nicky and Keith thank you for making us so welcome we really appreciate it.


Jenny, Betty & Ernie

We have really enjoyed staying at Bryneithin. Its so peaceful and relaxing. The cottage had everything we could have needed , the bedrooms are really comfortable and the view of the sea and hills was wonderful. We enjoyed watching the two horses in the next field and saw a jay and brambling in the garden as well as a fox slinking across the field. Thank you for a lovely week we would love to come back.


Very enjoyable stay - Saw 2 foxes, buzzard, rabbits & many little birds. Loved the peace.


Wonderful house, very spacious and comfortable. the view is incredible. The local area is perfect for walkers, with a range of easy and hard walks. We ate in every night because the local butcher and the local produce was so good. A magical week of dreams, beautiful weather, walks, delicious local food eaten in a cottage with breathtaking views.


Mike and Elaine

We have had a lovely week her at Bryneithin. A well equipped and comfortable cottage. Thank you for the wine. Also I would like to thank you for allowing us to bring the dogs. They have had a great time. Thank you. P.s Looking forward to coming again in the New Year.


Estelle

Thank you for the wine. A very comfortable cottage and the views are a delight. You have a good choice of DVDs, books and CDs for everyone. I will have to return to finish the book. The bull dog was very happy. A most enjoyable week.


The Farr Family

Lovely short break in the delightful cottage and stunning views. We know the area very well but have never managed to stay in such a fantastic location. Thank you.


The Whitings

Had a nice week, great walks, nice food at The Mason's Arms at Dinas Cross, Landlord very friendly and nice fish & chips next door in The Moby Dick.


Maggie and Vic

Is it really October? Didn't wear a coat all week, fabulous walks with amazing views - lovely finds on drives. Vic even had a paddle on the river when meeting Demsle Davies in Cenarth. The bungalow has been extremely comfortable especially the sofa - could live on it! Our best wishes.


Carole & Michael Brown

Having eventually found the cottage we were amazed at the fantastic views. Bed was comfortable, we were able to have a bathroom each. Overall excellent. Enjoyed walking the coastal paths, Dinas Head at Fishguard. only downside, unable to use mobile (O2) Thank you for the wine, nice touch.


Libette, Cas & the mutts

Thank you for a lovely week in your beautiful cottage, enhanced by mainly sunny weather which again enhanced the wonderful view! We toasted to this with your good red wine! We last stayed in Newport 15 years ago, It seems a lot busier but is still charming with so much to do! We enjoyed amazing coast walks, seeing seals, porpoise and gannets. The wildfowl area at iron bridge with the resident fat kingfisher, the dogs lived running on Newport sands, Good meals in local pubs and daily morning walks on the common. Thank you for the excellent information provided. We hope to be back.


Barry, Terry & Kate

Another week of superb weather which enabled us to walk stretches of the beautiful and dramatic N.Pembs coastal path. The shops in Newport met all our basic needs and we enjoyed a couple of dinners at Llys Meddig and Cnapan hotels. The cottage was spacious and well furnished and he view and its quiet location were big plus factors. We didn't encounter any problems.


Mandy, Andy & Bramble

The sun shone for a whole week! Superb base for exploring the area surrounding Newport. Thank you for the excellent local information folders. Bryneithin is perfect for an escape from the normal hectic world we live in. Thank you!! We would love to come back in 2015.


Faith, Peter, Jo and Anya & Freddy (Dog)

Thank you for a lovely time in this beautiful place. Many thanks for the wine. We did as intended and toasted the wonderful views. Our first visit to this area for 27 years! we had forgotten how lovely it is, and how much there is to see. So we will have to return! St Davis was a very enjoyable visit. Strumble Head I will keep secret ( It is possible to find if in car) If you like gardens, Brynberiam is lovely with fabulous views. Blas in the village supplies excellent bread - as well as good coffee and Wifi. all in all a super time had by all. Im sure we will be back.


The Copes

Our first visit to Bryneithin and we are keen to return! Have particularly enjoyed the stunning views from the sitting room terrace - the photos on the website do not do it justice. Gorgeous garden too - the dogs and children have enjoyed wonderful walks to nearby beaches - We were so lucky with the weather! Lovely to be back in Newport and this is by far out favourite cottage in several years. Thank You.


John and Liz

We have known Pembs now for about 20 years and Byneithin must be by far the best setting we have stayed in - thank you. From young rabbits on the lawn to a young roosting buzzard close by and a prowling fox in the next field - nature came to us! Wonderful views over Newport bay and the conservatory idyllic - indeed everything excellent


Jean, Jack, Joan and Terry

We have stayed here at Bryneithen on previous visits to Newport. So What a surprise!! The establishment is airy, cosy, bright and very very comfortable. A real pleasure to be here. Thank you for the welcoming wine and I can assure you we toasted the cottage your kindness and Newport's friendly people and countryside. We have been attending our addictive Newport Holidays for 26 yrs now and are still unable to break the habit. Our fellow occupants are "first timers" and say they will be back.


Gareth and Rose

We have a glorious and wonderful holiday in Newport. Thanks for the wine and also for all the walks put very well together in the folder. All our every needs were catered very well for us at Bryneithin and we will certainly stay here again in this spectacular setting with stunning views at Bryneithen. Everyone in Newport really friendly Great Places to eat and drink and a wonderful butchers


Sandy and Arthur

Bryneithen certainly has the Wow! factor! Stupendous view, comfortable and every 'whim' catered for. So Peaceful, with plenty of hikes on the doorstep - we have explored mountains and coastal paths. Seen an abundance of wild flowers e.g. bluebells, violets, campions, bee-orchids etc. - and Seals and Red Kites - brilliant! A lovely and most enjoyable break. Thank you.


Hilary and Barry

We have had a wonderful week again in Pembs. How didn't we find this place before? It is probably the best of over a dozen properties that we've stayed in - so comfortable to just sit and gaze out of the windows. We have been cycling over Carn Ingli and along the back roads to Poppit Sands via Moylgrove - cycling around Llys y Fran - off road. We have played golf at St Davids and Priskilly and of course walked over to Parrog and around the headland and back over the golf course. We have seen rabbits, a fox, our 1st swallow of Spring and a blue butterfly. We saw bats flying around the house and heard a cuckoo twice up behind the house. Down on the estuary we saw a heron and an egret as well as all the other birds. Also had good meals out in various places in Newport. We will probably return soon. Thank you.


Janet and Peter

We have enjoyed our stay in your cottage. It is very comfortable and very well equipped. What more can we say about the view?. We would happily stay here again and recommend to others. Thanks for letting us bring our dog.


Jean and Cyril

Had a lovely stress free week after Christmas. Cottage really well stocked for all our needs. See you again soon.


Sue and Brian

Thank you! Really enjoyed our stay - view unbeatable.


Ian and Joyce

It has been about five years since we last stayed in Bryneithen and such a pleasure to be back. I like the changes you have made. The conservatory is a favourite location especially as I'm currently on crutches.


Jo John and Jake

We have had an ongoing week weather wise and have found it hard to leave the top terrace and the view. We have taken ourselves and Jake out walking in shady woodland and have also had lovely cool mornings and evenings on the beach. It has been lovely to spend our holiday is such a peaceful location, well away from the traffic and bustle of Newport town. We found the cottage comfortable and spacious and the setting is just ideal. Jake had benefited from the adjacent stream - lovely Welsh water to dring and good for cooling hot paws. Jake apologies for any black labrador hair left on the carpet. We did the best we could with Hetty and a damp mop.


Sue and Mike

After 5 hrs of travel what a wonderful surprise to come into this cottage and just look out of the windows. Wow!! Thank you for the wine, we did raise a glass or two to the view and Thank you for that wine. The folder you have put together on walks is fantastic, well done. It covers all sorts of different walks at many of the best places. So even if you don't want to walk you can use it as a guide to the best views and beaches etc. Thank you for sharing this very special place. We will always have the photos. p.s. the dogs also enjoyed there stay, Thank you also for letting them stay.


Ann and Geoffrey

A wonderful week once again. Weather good. Cottage met all our expectations. Many thanks. Hope to be back in the future.


Harriet and David

A wonderful cottage with superb views, Very well fitted out with everything you could wish for. Fantastic Walks - on the doorstep, and a great butcher in the village!!


Sue and Stan

What a stunning view over the bay, and 100 yards or so up the north to the rear, treats you to a wild and rugged landscape, perfect for a good days walking on the moors. There are some fantastic walks to be had from here from the coastal path to the circular walk to Nevern (the pub there is excellent) and also if you fancy a challenge the climb up Carn Ingli round to Carn Edword and from Carn Ffoi is definately worth a go. A brilliant week despite the weather (they know how to do wind and rain in Wales) never the less we hope to be able to make it back net year, but for 2 weeks next time.


Sandra and Steve

What a view! And what wonderful weather we had. We parked the car on Saturday and didn't move it all week. Walked both ways on the coast path, up on the moors in several directions and to Nevern. Enjoyed evenings watching the sun go down and the cows going about their business.


Janet Brian and Rocky

Congratulations on your purchase of Bryneithen! We have really enjoyed ourselves here with good weather and have had some good walks to Nevern and Carnigli - so many walks right on the doorstep! Saw a slow worm in the sand dunes and had a good view of a Red Kite circling overhead. Bryneithin is an absolute jewel with the most magnificent views. Just one suggestion - can we come and live here please??? Good luck to you both - hope to see you again.


The Evans Party

I love this cottage because of its comfort, location and views. Near to hills and coastal headlands.


Bryneithin 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.


Approached from the Newport/Gwaun Valley road, approx ¼ mile country lanes. Parking for 2-3 cars, one directly outside cottage door on level ground. Front door reached by one step.

Alternative entrances:-

1. Through iron gate across lawn to ½ dozen shallow steps leading to conservatory door. Bannister along one step of steps.

2. Through ironwork gate and wooden gate to the side of the garage, slight inclined concrete path leading either to patio area in front of the living room French windows or via steeper steps into the garden.

Garden extends to 1/3 acre, grassed.

External lighting to front door.

TV with remote control.

Guide dogs welcome – under strict control. Sheep sometimes in adjoining field.

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