B and Bs in Newport

Y Garth
Cae Tabor
Dinas Cross

South Wales

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With sea or countryside views Y Garth offers superior accommodation in individual styled bedrooms; one luxury double ensuite bedroom (Strumble - with sea and countryside views); one luxury double or twin room - (Preseli - countryside views); one luxury double bedroom with private bathroom (Carn Ingli - countryside views). All are tastefully decorated with co-ordinated furnishings. The beds are indulgent, very comfortable and dressed with luxurious linens which make staying at Y Garth even more special. The bathrooms are equipped with invigorating monsoon power showers with plenty of mains pressure hot water, lovely soft white bath towels, dressing gowns and bath products. Flat screen TV's/DVD are standard, with hospitality trays and comprehensive guest information files in all rooms, as are hair-dryers and radio-alarm clocks. Small luxury touches like flowers, chocolates and magazines give additional pleasure. Guest lounge. Superb Welsh breakfast - breakfast at Y Garth certainly is a Welsh / Pembrokeshire experience - having been awarded certification under the Pembrokeshire Produce Mark scheme for using only the best of local ingredients when preparing breakfast. Freshly home baked bread. Evening meals available with prior notice - £15 each for 2 course meal; Packed lunches - £8 - please telephone if you wish to book these. Private parking. Located in the village of Dinas Cross on the main Fishguard to Cardigan main road (A470). Within a short walking distance to the coastpath. The headland at Dinas is one of the most spectacular along the Pembrokeshire Coast (which is saying a great deal) and provides excellent views across Fishguard Bay to the south and Newport Bay to the north. Plenty of glorious scenic walks to take in golden sandy beaches, spectacular cliffs, estuary and mountain. Warm Welsh welcome. Final payment must be made by cheque or sterling cash - sorry no credit/debit card facility.

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