Steeple View B&B and retreat is known to provide relaxing and luxurious accommodation in a quiet location in the centre of the popular, vibrant and historic little town of Newport. This independent boutique style B&B offers the discerning traveller, in search of beautiful walks in nature and ancient sites, a perfect base for exploring the range of attractions to be found in Pembrokeshire.
Just a minuteís walk to all the popular cafes, restaurants and pubs, for which Newport is renowned, this Sea Captainís House, originally built in 1889, has recently been sensitively refurbished fusing its original charm with contemporary facilities creating a truly peaceful and comfortable stay. The en suite bedrooms have both been tastefully furnished and have window seats over- looking delightful local views. You can choose between The Garden Room, with its pretty garden view which comes with either twin beds or a super king or Church View which enjoys gorgeous views of the Norman church and has a king sized bed.
Both en suite rooms provide power showers a TV/DVD player, hairdryer, writing desk, wardrobe space, hospitality trays and access to a mini fridge.
After a busy day exploring the local area Guests can choose to relax in the guest lounge with the TV a wood-burner and comfy sofa or enjoy the spectacle of the local activity from a prime spot which is the visitorís terrace fronting the quaint an characterful street, before taking a short stroll to enjoy a meal in one of the highly recommended eateries.
The quiet room, on the first floor, is available for anyone seeking some personal space.
Passionate about whole food cooking, whenever possible, Steeple View provides locally sourced and organic produce. The full breakfast offers a variety of cereals, local artisan bread, local organic eggs, home- made spreads, award winning local bacon and sausages. Packed lunches are also available. At Steeple View you can simply abandon your car and enjoy your walk from the front door to explore popular attractions which include:
The famous Pembrokeshire Coastal path.
The Nevern estuary and its migrating bird life.
Carn Ingli -where St Brynach is believed to have communed with the angels.
The Gwaun Valley.
And also by bus or car.
Preseli Hills and the ancient stone sites for which the hills are famous.
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Rates from £85 - £120 per room per night including breakfast, based on two people sharing.
Suitable for children over 12.
A Wireless free house - Wi-Fi is also available throughout by personal choice.
Free on street parking directly outside the property.
Pets welcome by prior arrangement and request only.
Bike lock up facilities.
5 Stars with TripAdvisor.