About the property
- Cottage1722 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 7 nights
9 Bedrooms 3 living rooms, Panoramic Views of Ocean & Mountain, 4 * WTB Rating
Retreat from the busy world to this majestic 18th Century old property with huge Garden on the mountain slopes of the wild Pembrokeshire coastline over looking the Sea. We provide perfect facilities for your holiday, retreat or workshop for groups of up to 17 for the Old Rectory and 6 for the Cottage. If you combine both the Rectory and Cottage we can welcome up to 26. Highlights include; 9 bedrooms, three separate living rooms (that also include 3 double couch/beds) with inglenook fireplace, 6 bathrooms, a private 1 acre of romantic wild garden, excellent self-catering facilities, and a 4 star Welsh Tourist Board Rating.
We are surrounded by an open panorama of breathtaking views which are visible throughout the house. Behind us, the enchanted Carn Ingli (Angel Mountain), and in front, Newport Bay. From your doorstep, you can explore a web of beautiful walks through sacred sites, mountains, woods and valleys, and the incredible Pembrokeshire coast path.
We are an independent family business, and we are always on-call to help your stay go smoothly. We make it simple so you can just enjoy your time in this special place.
Please see the link to our website for much more information. Just scroll down until you see a 'More Information' area that has our link...
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- within a few hours
- english, All languages can be taken by email
- Calendar last updated:
- Mar 26, 2018
About Deanna Kasta
Deanna Kasta is an Architect who has lovingly her beautiful Old Rectory and Sunny Retreat Cottage to the 4 star level it is now.
Deanna Kasta purchased this Cottage in 1985
Why Deanna Kasta chose Newport
Rarely does a property have such a splendid private location, such a lovingly done restoration and comfortable improvements. This 300 year Old Rectory and Sunny Retreat Cottage sits on the lower slope of Carn Ingli (mountain of Angels) with a spectacular view of the Newport Bay and cliffs . Just one mile from the small picturesque town Newport in North Pembrokeshire, it considered to be the connoisseur's choice of holiday areas in Wales.
What makes this Cottage unique
If you have a large party, you can use all of the 3 living rooms, and acre of garden how you wish with no neighbours to disturb you. Your workshop, wedding, quite retreat, reunion or holiday will be undisturbed by others. You will be hard pressed to find anything like The Old Rectory and Cottage in such a beautiful pristine location and just a mile from the beautiful little town of Newport.
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Quiet location, great views and well equipped property
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay - it was a great base for exploring Pembrokeshire.
The cottage was well equipped (more kitchen utensils than you'd ever need!) and discovering the outdoor games equipment was a very nice surprise. It kept the kids, with their inexhaustible energy, entertained after a day out allowing us to relax.
One very minor issue was there could be some tips on how to get the downstairs rooms heated better what with the thermostat being upstairs, but otherwise we truly enjoyed the stay.
Thank you very much Simon for your lovely review.
Yes, the multifunction games room has just been completed and the photos are now going up on the website. it will be used for yoga, workshops and weddings as well.
Thank you for pointing out about the bedrooms getting heated better, yes there are some tips that I can give to make this work better. I will now make a sign in the bedrooms so that everybody is as warm as they want to be.
Great base to explore Pembrokeshire. Very Well equipped Cottage
Everything provided, great upstairs lounge, dining, kitchen area wth some great views. Comfy beds, good hot shower. Only slight negative, lots of woodlice in bedroom, but it is a very old , rural setting perhaps to be expected.
Well equipped and beautifully situated
setting is ideal; lovely views and proximity to Newport and the beach. great for walking in the hills, on the coastal path or exploring further afield. The house is well looked after and serviced and is very comfortable. Particularly liked sitting on the decking area, the wood stove and the garden with toys on hand. Very well equipped kicthen
would be nice to have some more descriptions of walks and paths in the area and it was a bit starnge that there was a car in the carpark area that appeared to belong to non one.
Charming cottage near the sea
We booked the sunny retreat cottage behind directory for a weekend day .We arrived stressed out and tired after a week of moving house and this charming little cottage worked its magic on us , we left on Sunday relaxed and happy .beautiful views, lovely area, great place to stay
Lovely living and outdoor areas
A lovely converted 'cottage' in spacious grounds. We enjoyed staying in this sympathetically converted home. The living areas were a joy, but the sleeping arrangements were not suitable for our party : a beautiful double bedroom and two small beds in smaller bedrooms. We were a group of three women and these sleeping arrangements would much better suit a couple or a small family. The sofa bed was in the living area which had little barriers against the early morning light. However, this is a dilemma, which as a group of walking women, we struggle to solve year after year and property after property. The manager was friendly and helpful and we would definitely recommend this property to friends and relatives.
Had a nice time, thank you
The cottage is very nice... in it own grounds, no neighbours (apart from adjoining main house but was empty when we were there), so very quiet and peacful place to stay. Views of the sea from some windows and corner of main house garden. Lovely big garden, divided into different areas, with barbeque facility and table and chairs. Cottage is old style with brick walls (painted white), very nice. Large lounge. We had a very relaxing time. Lovely walks from the house, can recommend the walk down to the sea and along coast to Newport. Newport has a lot of very nice restaurants and a few traditional pubs. Good location for driving to other areas like New Quay, Cardigan and Fishguard. Cottage also has a log fire, but we didnt use it.
The only problem we had, which is why it got 3 stars and not 4, is the main bedroom had a damp smell, and we had a baby which we we worried about sleeping in a damp room, and although it states wireless internet, it is a very weak signal on the stairs which cuts out a bit. Apart from that it was lovely and would get 4 stars from us othewise. Thanks for a nice break in a nice cottage.
Thank you for coming and reviewing the cottage. It sounds as though you had a great time apart from some damp smell? I am certainly very sorry about this and it had been a time when we had just washed the carpets and done some work on the wall there. We are so very sorry about this and can reassure anybody that there has been no problem since then. Every winter we do a lot of improvements work and some outside work in the summer. We would not keep getting the 4 star rating otherwise. Welcome back for another holiday.
Pembrokeshire is a place of magic, mystery & enchantment with wild landscapes, imbued with five-thousand years of deeply layered history and culture. From the Neolithics through to Merlin and the Knights of the Round Table, our area was of great spiritual significance to its early inhabitants, and an abundance of ancient monuments, relics, and sacred sites still surround us today. A web of public footpaths take you right from our doorstep through incredible and varied landscapes. Explore fairy-tale wooded valleys, heather-clad open moorlands, the charged Bluestone outcrops of Carn-Ingli (Angel Mountain*), Newport's* Mile-long beach, and the wild windswept clifftops of the renowned Pembrokeshire coast path. The medieval town of Newport remains in another era. The Norman church and castle stand proudly over the tightly winding streets, with family run shops and gnarly old pubs still bustling with true welsh charm. Other Activities: The 180 mile long Pembrokeshire Coast Path offers superb hiking in pristine landscape.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
The above rates are for 4 people. For 6 people it would be a little more and for 2 people a little less. For more rate details and information in general, please visit our website at: www.go-wales.org.