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Trenydd is located on the Parrog, a small cluster of seaside houses, which adjoins the mediaeval town of Newport, Pembs. Trenydd sits on a sea wall at the mouth of the Nevern estuary. The house has its own boat ramp down to Parrog beach, which is a great beach for children to play on. Across the other side of the estuary is Newport Beach, a splendid mile long sandy beach with dunes. The beach can easily be reached by car, or by paddling across the estuary at low tide. The estuary provides easy access to the sea, but provides a sheltered bay in which the young or inexperienced can easily learn to sail, windsurf or canoe.
Newport has a golf club, which sits above the beach.
The Pembrokeshire coastal path runs immediately outside Trenydd’s front door, making the house the ideal base for many scenic walks.
Newport is a medieval town located in a beautiful National Park. It is home to a castle, an iron age hill fort, a golf course, beautiful beaches, many fine pubs, restaurants and shops.
The Parrog is home to Newport’s boat club.
Trenydd sits on the Pembrokeshire coastal path providing access to beautiful coastal walks. It is also easy to hike in the Preseli Hills - the hike to the top of Carn Ingli is excellent exercise and rewards you with a wonderful view over Newport.
The area is home to many artists and art galleries.