Newport, Pembrokeshire (Trefdraeth in Welsh) is small town on the north Pembrokeshire coast. It is one of west Wales' most popular tourist destinations. The town has many good pubs, cafes and restaurants, it has a large beach, a golf club, the Parrog harbour and the river Nevern estuary. And, of course, it is on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It is a great location for bird watching and walking.
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Craft Holidays near Newport Pembrokeshire
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We are based less than 10 miles from Newport, Pembrokeshire in the post code area SA37. Ourcraft courses and workshopsare based on the natural dyeing of animal fibres (sheep wool, other animal wool, silk etc) and plant based fibres (cotton, hemp, linen etc). We have one day and two day craft courses and also some half-day 'taster' workshops.
Newport Pembrokeshire Pubs
Castle Inn, Bridge Street, Newport, SA42 0TB
Golden Lion, East St, Newport SA42 0SY
Llwyngwair Arms, Newport SA42 0SY
Royal Oak, West St, Newport SA42 0TA
Newport Pembrokeshire Restaurants
In addition to the pubs listed above, the following restaurants and cafes all service meals,
Blas at Fronlas, Market St, Newport SA42 0PH
Canteen, Market St, Newport SA42 0PH
Cat Rock Cafe at Newport Golf Club, Golf Course Road, Newport SA42 0NR
Meddyg, East St, Newport SA42 0SY
Morawelon, Parrog Rd, Newport SA42 0RW
Tides Kitchen and Wine bar, Market Street, Newport SA42 0PH
Newport Pembrokeshire Golf Club
Newport golf club is an 18 hole links course some two minutes drive from the town of Newport. Situated within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, there are spectacular sea views from almost every hole.
The Parrog beach is closer to the town than the much larger and sandy beach next to the golf club. There are fantastic views to Pen Dinas, the river Nevern estuary and Newport Sands. The Newport Boat club is a favourite watering hole all year around. The unusual word Parrog means a bank of pebbles and sand, a coastal lowland, a flat place to unload boats.