Pembrokeshire’s little beach town of Newport has a lot to offer visitors to Wales. This lovely Welsh coastal town boasts beaches, mountains, Parrog harbour and a seemingly endless coast line.
Newport Pembrokeshire History
Known throughout Wales for its harbour (‘Parrog’) - the area gained popularity during the peak wool trading period. Although the area still plays host to many artists and fishing boats, the place now has a much sleepier and tranquil feel.
Did you know? The Medieval Pottery Kiln (excavated in 2017) is thought to be the oldest intact in Britain.
Why is Newport Pembs a favourite holiday destination?
For anybody who has ever visited this area - it’s pretty easy to see why it’s one of the most desirable areas for Welsh staycations. This charming Welsh coastal town has plenty of personality and it’s no surprise to us that many of our guests return year after year.
A Welsh town suitable for the whole family
There really are activities for all ages here in this quaint coastal town. Whether you’re active and want to explore the Welsh countryside through hiking the mountain terrain or cycling along the coast or you’re looking to enjoy some laidback luxury - Newport Pembs really does have it all.
There are great options for families with children too, like enjoying adventure golf or visiting historical places of interest like Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort. There is defintely plenty to keep the whole family busy.
And if you’re a foodie then you’re in luck! Although our luxury Welsh holiday home has a top of the range kitchen, there are also lots of mouth watering nearby places to eat at.
Expert local advice for guests staying at Seaborne house
We are confident that you will love Newport Pembs as much as we do. All guests of our luxury Welsh holiday cottage receive an informative Welcome pack which aims to help their stay.
Our guests are at the centre of everything that we do at Seaborne House. The team is always happy to help talk you through any questions you may have.