Beach House Sea views 2 min.walk through Sand Dunes to Newton Beach Peaceful Location
Having spent my childhood holidays in Porthcawl the memories brought me back to look for a property with a sea view. We came across this house and were blown away by its location with Newton beach on the doorstep and being so close to Porthcawl Harbour and Town. Such a good base being halfway between Cardiff and Swansea.
Mike purchased this House in 2012
Why Mike chose Porthcawl
The Beach House is set in a mews of 6 houses on a quiet private driveway right on the sand dunes of Newton Beach. Newton beach is a sheltered bay and the walk on the South Wales Glamorgan Heritage Coastline can take you to the pretty village of Merthyr Mawr, Ogmore-by-Sea and Southerndown or, walk along the coastline to Porthcawl town, Rest Bay and walk the boardwalk between the Royal Porthcawl Golf Links and the sea, wonderful sunsets from here.
What makes this House unique
A quiet setting, the beach a 2 minute walk through the sand dunes. Sea views. Sun drenched gardens all day. A very warm and inviting home from home feel. Close to local amenities, a true "Beach House". 10 minute walk or 5 minute drive to Newton Village for local shopping and village pub /restaurant to eat or sup a glass or two! The Jolly Sailor being the first Public House to open in Porthcawl in 1818 which also has a very welcoming Restaurant for daytime and evening meals.
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The beach house
Our family spent a wonderful week at the Beach House. Jackie and Mike have a gorgeous little house, just minutes from the beach. It is very well equipped and they even went the extra mile to make sure our young children felt comfortable.
I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending this property for a getaway!
The beach house
The property was first class
Lovely very well appointed bijoux cottage on the edge of the sand dunes. Highly recommended.
A fantastic location with plenty to do for families. A beautiful house, a true home from home. Thank you for the little gifts left- welsh cakes were delicious and boys were very pleased with the balls!
We will be back!
Beautiful location and immaculately clean accommodation.
Very warm welcome from owners on arrival.
Accommodation pristine and well equipped. Good beds and shower.
Two minutes walk to lovely beach.
Short trip to Gower coast, black mountains and Cardiff bay.
A charming property perfectly located by a beautiful beach
We had a fabulous week at The Beach House. Jackie and Mike were really thoughtful hosts, meeting us at the property when we arrived and leaving really lovely welcome gifts including Easter eggs for our girls who were very chuffed with those! The house is so beautifully furnished and also extremely thoughtfully kitted out with all that we needed to make for a really comfortable and enjoyable stay. In addition to the basics it was things like the travel mugs, picnic ware, beach towels, chairs and buckets and spades that made enjoying the beautiful local beach even easier. We had a lovely week exploring all of the local Porthcawl beaches and enjoying beautiful coastal walks. We would highly recommend this property and would love to revisit in the future perhaps!
Blue Flag beaches at Porthcawl
Newton Beach - on your doorstep - 2 minute walk through the sand dunes.
Rest Bay - ideal surfing/windsurfing/kitesurfing - 10 minute drive.
Sandy/Coney Beach and FunFair - 5 minute drive or 15/20 minute walk.
Trecco Bay - 10/15 minute walk.
Cardiff/Wales Airport approx.15 miles away.
Nearest Rail Stations: Pyle 4 miles and Bridgend 5 miles away approx.
To reach Newton by Road take J37 to Porthcawl on the M4 Motorway just 10 minutes drive away.
Newton Village 10 min. walk or 5 min.drive. Porthcawl Town/Harbour 10 min. drive or by walking the Heritage Coastline. Newton is set halfway between Cardiff/Cardiff Bay and Swansea/Gower Peninsular just half hour drive in either direction. Merthyr Mawr with its thatched cottages, Ogmore-by-Sea. St.Fagans National History Museum - j33 on M4 Motorway. Bridgend Outlet Shopping - huge discounts! and Odean Cinema complex choice of eateries, good parking. Kenfig National Park, Margam Park, Cowbridge, Llantwit Major, Brecon Beacons.
Newton Village dates from 12th Century. It was mentioned in 1538 as "A pretty little village". The village has three Pub/Restaurants, The Jolly Sailor, dates back to 1818,
local grocery stores, hairdressers, off-licence, post office. Porthcawl Town/Harbour/Esplanade has its own Theatre, 'The Grand Pavilion' on the Esplanade, Banks, supermarket and local retail shopping. Ideal for walking, surfing/wind surfing, jet skiing, sailing, fishing, golfing and horse riding.