WALKING. Dyfed is beside the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, providing miles of magnificent walking with a dedicated bus service for return to Newport from many points. Newport also nestles below the Preseli Mountains and is in the National park where you can ramble for miles surrounded by natural vistas that take your breath away. There is an excellent bus service (details HERE) and a wealth of information at www.visitpembrokeshire.com
GOLF. Newport Links golf course is 2 miles away, a truly enjoyable, testing links. Recently extended to an 18 hole course further enhancing its appeal and adding to the experience. Almost every tee and green have fantastic sea and or mountain views. More details are available on their web site here
BOATING. The yacht club with is a 10 minute walk away along the estuary coastal path. Visitors’ moorings are usually available at modest cost, and there are three launching slipways on the Parrog with free parking. See www.newportboatclub.co.uk
TENNIS.A public hard court is within a short stroll and can be booked at £5 per hour.
BIRDWATCHING. Enthusiasts will be absorbed for hours on the estuary with waders, raptors, ducks, geese, gulls, terns, cormorants, herons, kingfishers with the occasional rarity or two, and the occasional otter. More information HERE
PAINTING. A short walk from the cottage will lead the artist to a wealth of beautiful land, and seascapes. With inspiration at every turn in all seasons.
CYCLING. There are some stunning views to be gazed upon if you feel inclined to head up into the Preseli mountains and many quiet back country lanes winding their way through the hills.