A small town nestling beneath Carningli Mountain on the North Coast of Pembrokeshire. The Welsh name Trefdraeth or Tudraeth as it is sometimes called is old Welsh for Newport. Its literal translation in to English is Town on the Beach.
There is evidence to show that Trefdraeth is an ancient Town with Standing Stones, Cromlechs and Bronze/Iron age forts in abundance in the surrounding area.
There is a Norman Castle standing tall over the Town and recent archaeological digs have unearthed substantial medieval development near the South bank of the river Nevern.
Bus 412 from Cardigan and Fishguard Harbour (the nearest train station)
Good local bus service. 
Traditional Welsh cottages, old harbour, Norman Castle. Spectacular coastal and mountain views.
Take a walk on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path or on to the moors of Carningli Mountain, visit the beaches that are within walking distance of the Town. Stop on the Iron Bridge and watch all sorts of bird life going about their daily business on the river Nevern.
Newport has some good shops, including general stores, arts and crafts, an iron monger, a bakery and others.
There are numerous restaurants and cafe's.
Newport has 3 public houses which also have restaurants. There is a members only boat club and also a golf course club house that serves drinks and food.