Cosgod Ingli is a charming semi-detached cottage in Newport, set on a lane, it nestles under Carn Ingli (mountain of angels), yet it is only a 5 minute downhill walk to all the facilities of this bustling town. Inside, Cosgod Ingli has been beautifully renovated and outside the property offers a sunny terrace and a large flower garden for everyone to enjoy.
Steps lead up to the front terrace which catches the morning sun and the glazed entrance lobby both of which offer sweeping views over the bay and out to sea. The delightful cosy sitting/dining room with super wooden floor and wood burning stove has sliding doors opening to the terraced garden, while the kitchen is well-equipped for guests looking to dine in. Stairs lead to the bedrooms above, both welcome retreats with wonderful rural views. The rear south-facing garden has steps up to your own decked area and long sloping lawn, the perfect spot to dine alfresco and soak up the wonderful sea views, fenced from the owners garden beyond where they are creating a wildlife garden including a pond.
Leave your car behind and spend your days exploring Newport with its range of shops, choice of pubs and excellent restaurants, as well as a glorious golden sandy beach. Set on the mouth of the river Nevern, the area teams with bird and wildlife. Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and explore the stunning coastline with its choice of beaches to enjoy or take one of the many footpaths up to ramble Carn Ingli and the Preselli hills, there are are some breath taking views to discover. Community spirit is strong in Newport and there are many seasonal events centred on the sea, so ideal for boating and water sports enthusiasts with the well supported boat club, while keen golfers are catered for with a wonderful club and course overlooking the sea.
This comfortable cottage is an ideal holiday base for couples or families all year round.
Ground Floor: Glazed porch, sitting/dining room, kitchen.
First Floor: Double room/kingsize bed/1 step down to ensuite shower room/whb/wc, twin room, bathroom/shower cubicle/whb/wc.
Parking: 2 spaces on driveway plus space for small boat/canoe.
Facilities: Electric ceramic hob, double electric eye-level oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, slim-line dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV, DVD player, WiFi, towels for hire @ £5 per person, per week, patio furniture, barbecue.
Heating: Gas central heating, wood burner - starter pack provided.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Gas: £20 per week Sept - May, free June - August
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.
Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
Initial approach to property is via an A-road, then approximately 1 mile of narrow country lanes. Parking: Level parking by the house, 2 cars. Access: Level walk to back terrace doors. Garden: Sun terrace outside dining room. There are 15 steps to large garden with garden furniture, space for fun and outstanding views. Ground floor: Kitchen, dining room/sitting room. The kitchen is fully equipped and has a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, electric hob, eye-level double oven, large fridge/freezer. Microwave. Sitting room: Comfortable, beautifully furnished with TV. Leads to porch - storage for wellies, golf clubs. Access to front terrace. Front Terrace: Has table and chairs. View over bay. Dining Room: Designed for long meals in comfort. There is a wood burner. Terrace doors to outside. Stairs: There are 11 steps. As this is a 19th century cottage, the stairs are narrow. Bedroom 1: Up one step. Kingsize bed. Ensuite shower room, down 1 step. Bedroom 2: Up 1 step to twin room. Bathroom/shower cubicle/whb/wc, off landing. External automatic lighting system. There is WiFi in the property. Shopping: In Newport town - Butcher, baker, whole food shop, hardware, supermarket, places to eat and drink. Approx. 5 minutes’ walk. Public transport: From middle of town. Approx. 5 minutes’ walk.
'A great long weekend in your beautiful cottage. Very clean, comfortable and well provided. Visiting Ffald y Brenin conference at Caesarleu chapel in the Gwaun Valley'
'A lovely cottage and great location, enjoyed beautiful walks despite wet but warm weather. Good food at Blas'
'A great week - comfortable cottage and fantastic weather!'
'Lovely to be back in Pembrokeshire. Enjoyed this comfortable cottage in an ideal location. Thank you!! - A much needed break from the city'
'This cosy cottage has been very thoughtfully put together. We have cooked some great meals in the well equipped kitchen. Its an ideal base for exploring prehistoric Pembrokeshire and the coastal path. A fine place to unwind away from the rigours of city life!'
'Love Pembrokeshire, especially Newport. This cottage is very comfortable and better equipped than home! Thank you!'
'Had a great week in this very comfortable and well equipped cottage. Loved rock pooling at Parrog in Newport and visiting the Shire horse farm, Pembroke Castle, Carew Castle and the Iron Age village'
'Really enjoyed our stay in this lovely comfortable and cosy cottage (loved the garden and pot plants). Very good cooked breakfast at Blas y Fronlas and weather was exceptionally good !'
'Our second visit to this cottage. Did lots of walking, weather mainly good. Had dinner out at Llys Meddyg which was very good and also at The Golden Lion'
'Lovely cottage, lovely views and very welcoming people in Newport. Relaxed and visited friends and some sights. Would recommend breakfast at Blas at Fronlas and pizzas from 'The Canteen' very nice. We had a very enjoyable stay, sad to be leaving!'
'Another great week in this lovely cottage. Thanks to Mary and Hal for your hospitality!'
'Lovely week! Great weather and much fun had around Newport. We loved the location and space in the cottage. Really well equipped too - thank you!'
'We've had a lovely week in a great location. We particularly enjoyed the walk up to Carn Ingli and the boat trip around Ramsey Island. Great beaches at Newport Sands and Poppit Sands.'
'A heavenly week- we are very sad to be leaving. Thank you for the delicious vegetables.'
'Lovely week, great weather. Lovely area and lots to see and do. Cottage very comfortable. We particularly enjoyed the garden.'
'Lovely cosy cottage, good location, great weather, all the best ingredients for a very happy and enjoyable holiday. Sad to be going home!'
'Great cottage, fantastic location and a heatwave! Would recommend a walk to the top of Carn Ingli and shady walks along the estuary. Also enjoyed a trip to Nevern and to the hill fort. Many thanks'
'Loved Newport and King's Terrace. Great location with lovely garden and enjoyed the peace and quiet. Superb food at Tides Kitchen and also recommend The Golden Lion. Coastal walks are stunning in both directions.'
'Lovely house and location. We recommend 'The Canteen' for excellent pizza and Bluestone ale is really good- visit the brewery 2 miles away! Thank you for a great week!'
'Lovely cottage. Great walking. Fantastic weather, back patio a real sun trap. Will definitely stay here again.'
'Beautiful cottage, great kitchen, very comfortable. Friendly neighbours, spectacular scenery and great for walking. A lovely week.'
Enjoyed a 'low key' week exploring Newport going on coastal walks - very little use of the car!
A beautiful cottage with everything we needed and the most spectacular views of the beach etc, we will definitely come again! Also calves were born during our stay which we enjoyed watching from the kitchen window each morning. This house has got good views of the sea and has a cosy vibe to it especially when the fire is on.
'Lovely week despite snow (twice) and rain!'
'Did lots of walking, mainly on roads as ground very wet. Ate at Llys Meddyg and Golden Lion-very nice. House was spacious and warm'
'Beautiful cottage with every comfort catered for. We had a brilliant time-the girls loved seeing the cows across the road at the farm. Brilliant beaches especially Pwllgwaelod (with a good pub) and Cwm yr Eglwys either side of Dinas Head- great for little ones paddling. Thanks we can't wait to come again!'