Self Catering Holiday Cottage on Carningli Mountain
At a glance:
- Stunning sea, estuary and mountain views from the garden
- Perfect for those seeking to get away from it all
- Just a half mile walk to Newport for shops, restaurants, pubs & galleries
- NEW for 2023: There is now space to bring two horses in adjacent paddocks
The accommodation and location
Set in a quiet rural location yet only a short walk from all that Newport has to offer, Penfeidr Newydd hits all the spots if a wild and rugged holiday location is on the cards.
There is WiFi if you need it, and the property has a rustic charm combined with all the modern comforts you need to enjoy a holiday on the slopes of Angel Mountain.
There are two living rooms, one open plan with a dining area, and there's also a snug to enjoy.
An inglenook fireplace with a wood burner feature in the main living area and there is an open fire in the snug. Exposed wooden beams throughout and bare floorboards create an old-worldly charm that is impossible to find in today's modern houses.
A fully equipped kitchen finishes the picture on the ground floor. There is an oil fired Aga (by arrangement and a charge applies) or a modern electric cooker should you require some food in a hurry.
Penfeidr Newydd sleeps a max of 4 in 2 bedrooms - 2 cosy doubles - one with a double bed with views over Newport bay & the Carningli bedroom with a double and a single bed - Traditional Welsh carthen blankets on all beds.. All afford either stone walls, wooden floorboards and wobbly walls or a mixture of all.
Keep your eyes peeled for all kinds of funky features, they're hiding away all over the place - both inside and out.
Outside you'll find a good sized garden with views to Newport Bay and the Nevern Estuary. Garden furniture is also supplied.
There are also adjacent paddocks which you are welcome to use should you wish to bring up to 2 horses on holiday with you. A small charge applies.
Where is Penfeidr Newydd?
It's not far off being the highest placed house on Carningli mountain. Some ¾ of a mile drive from the centre of Newport and set up a short no-through track all on it's very own.