Description A small, freshly appointed studio apartment enjoying an uninterrupted view across one of the loveliest bays in all of Wales, and just a short walk down to a spectacular dog friendly beach. Located within the golf club complex (with all the facilities it offers), but completely private and independent, with modern decor and its own designated parking space. A comfortable double bedroom provides perfect accommodation space for two, but there's also room for a single bed (as a sofa) in the sitting area, if sharing a bed does not appeal! You don't have to be a golfer to enjoy the room… sailing in the bay, the beach, great restaurants, the amazing coastal path and a protected area for wildlife are all near at hand. Simply… a lovely slice of Pembrokeshire at a very affordable price! Entrance To Is via steps leading to the first floor landing, and door to Hallway 7' 4" x 6' 7" (2.24m x 2.01m) Tiled floor, radiator. Please note that in other identical rooms this area has been fitted with a small kitchen area, pictures and quotes available on request. Bathroom 7' 1" x 7' 1" (2.16m x 2.16m) Double glazed window, fully tiled walls, ceramic tile floor, 2 down lights, coved ceiling, white suite of paneled Bath, Wash Hand Basin in a vanity surround and W/C. Chrome heated towel rail/radiator, toilet roll holder, glass shelf, wall mirror with built in electric light and shaver point, Primeline extractor fan, soap dish, Mira XL thermostatic Shower over bath and a glazed shower screen Open Plan Living/Studio Apartment 18' 2" x 13' 6" (5.54m x 4.11m) Double glazed bay window to fore, radiator, telephone point, T.V point. In identical rooms this area has been changed to a Studio style apartment complete with kitchen/living area/sleeping area - Pictures available on request. Broadband Please note that standard BT broadband is available within this street as confirmed by Existing Owner's Review Please find below the words of an existing owner of a similar apartment: We've been consistently visiting Pembrokeshire as a holiday destination since the '80s and Newport in particular has always been a special place to us.... I mean.... Just look at that beach!!!.... Look at the bay... all so beautifully "crowned" by Dinas Head. Even when the weather is not too great... perhaps after having rained for much of the day, one can usually count on it settling towards evening and finishing off with yet another spectacular sunset. Over the years, we had commented on how the golf club was so beautifully located (with our children, we had even stayed in the original buildings more than twenty five years ago!). We had occasionally dreamt of owning a second home in Newport, but such an aspiration always seemed out of reach financially.... until we became aware of the club's plan to sell their hotel accommodation. At last, we were able to buy into the area we so loved. Location, location, location.... We did not hesitate in agreeing to purchase this tiny slice of Newport Bay! Deciding to give the interior a coastal "New England" feel, and working with very cooperative and capable local tradesmen during the 16/17 winter, we were able to create our perfect "Bolthole"... a studio apartment providing comfortable self catering accommodation for two. We don't even play golf!... But the course provides a wonderful setting and we love the beach, the long walks, occasional sailing and, frankly.... just being in such a stunning location... at any time of year... Being the only two people (with one dog) walking along that vast beach, on a sunny morning in February, is remarkably good for the soul! In spite of our lack of interest in golfing.... several friends and relatives enjoy the game. Only yesterday, some neighbours returned back from "The Bolthole" after a week playing golf and walking the coastal path. Their comments about the whole experience.... "Wow!" and "everyone seems so friendly". Our primary reason for buying "The Bolthole" was for our own pleasure... but during the spring, summer and autumn, in addition to ourselves.... several neighbours, friends and relatives, plus some great visitors booked directly through the club, have ensured that "The Bolthole" has been enjoyed for much of the time.... and has provided some welcome income. All the people who contribute to the running of the golf club are really friendly and helpful.... a great team. The whole purchasing transaction was relaxed and enjoyable... and since purchase was completed last year (2016)... we have got to know most of them quite well. There has been no hesitation in their fulfilling any of the provisions formally and informally agreed during the sale. What's more... we have also got to know some of the other purchasers of the apartments... and shared our observations, casual rhetoric and our beers, wines and G&Ts whilst watching the setting summer sun vanish down beyond the horizon. Not to be ignored: Newport, for such a small town, is remarkably well provided for by some great pubs, restaurants and cafes. Additional Information Newport Links Golf Resort was redeveloped in 1988 and again in 2007 and now comprises an 18 Hole Championship Links Golf Course and a fantastic Open Plan Club House with Restaurant/Function Room. Newport being close by is a popular coastal town which stands on the North Pembrokeshire Coastline in between the market towns of Fishguard (7 miles South West) and Cardigan (11 miles North East). Newport has the benefit of a good range of Shops, a Primary School, Church, Chapels, Public Houses, Restaurants, Hotels, Cafs, Takeaways, Art Galleries, a Memorial/Community Hall, Health Centre and a Dental Surgery. Carn Ingli Mountain and Common being close by provides excellent walking, rambling, pony trekking and hacking facilities. Newport stands within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and protected accordingly. The well-known market town of Cardigan is within easy driving distance and has the benefit of a good shopping centre together with a wide range of amenities and facilities which briefly include Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, Banks, Building Societies, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafes, Take Aways, Art Galleries, a Cinema/ Theatre, Supermarkets and a Cottage Hospital. The county market town of Haverfordwest is some 20 miles or so south and has the benefit of an excellent Shopping Centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities.