While you are spending some precious holiday time staying in our Lleyn peninsula holiday cottages why not enjoy two of the best things the region has to offer, particularly if you are staying in Aberdaron holiday cottages- picturesque walks and delicious food. If you are keen to combine these two activities then why no try out this walk to satisfy the foodies starting in Aberdaron and ending in Mynydd Mawr, Gwynedd.
The Lleyn Peninsula is an area of outstanding natural beauty known for its peace, tranquility, stunning 95 mile long coast path, golden beaches and tiny harbours. But there is more. If it is adventure you crave then look no further. Choose from a selection of holiday cottages Lleyn Peninsula and discover a wealth of exhilarating adventure activities for all ages and abilities.
With the Easter bank holiday starting right about now, as people leave work for four glorious days of respite, many people will be heading off on holiday.
The break will also inspire people to look into booking breaks for later in the year.
With that in mind we thought it was about time we gave people some help picking their destination for the summer.
There’s not long now until The Tour of Pembrokeshire takes place on Saturday, April 26 with riders leaving Oriel y Parc, St Davids between 7am and 9am, just 15 minutes from our Porthgain holiday cottages. They will return to expectant supporters at The Grove Hotel, St Davids, from noon onwards, and with the weather looking to be on the side of those involved it’s sure to be a fantastic day!
Enjoy year round breaks in Abersoch holiday cottages and experience Abersoch’s multifaceted personality. Peel back the layers of this popular village seaside resort and see just how much it has to offer. Lying at the south eastern end of the Lleyn Peninsula with sweeping views across Cardigan Bay towards Snowdonia, sophisticated little Abersoch can turn from a picture postcard, peaceful haven into a thronging mass of noise, colour and excitement and back again before you have had time to blink.
The unidentified flying object was reportedly seen in the skies above Woodstock, in the middle of the county, before heading off towards our Newgale holiday cottages and the sea.
The UFO was spotted by a 26-year-old Elyse O’Neill from Wallis, near Woodstock, who is convinced she saw an extra-terrestrial craft on Tuesday morning.
Wild and remote with rugged beauty, Bardsey, ‘Island of 20,000 saints’ has attracted visitors for centuries. Saint Cadfan built a monastery in 516 beginning its importance as a religious site. During Medieval times it was a major centre of pilgrimage and although the buidings were eventually destroyed by Henry VIII in 1537 this special island continues to attract pilgrims, artists, writers, musicians and naturalists.
The thriving seaside town of Criccieth is well used to looking after visitors. Two Blue Flag beaches separated by a hillside upon which stand the impressive ruins of Criccieth Castle and warm Welsh hospitality have drawn folk for many years. If you have chosen from a selection of Criccieth holiday cottages do visit. There are several places where you can get a good cup of tea, fresh coffee and delicious homemade cakes. Bon appetit.
Looking for something exciting to do with the family while staying in holiday cottages North Wales then look no further! You can enjoy the world premiere UK & Ireland tour of The Little Mermaid, a popular children’s story on screen and book but now on stage too!
With the Easter holidays and summer holidays under way and not too far away Wales is certain to have a major fill of excited families who will be booking up their trips to our Brecon Beacons holiday cottages, Wye Valley holiday cottages, amongst other fantastic destinations across the country.
If you are one of the fortunate families paying a visit to our treasured Brecon Beacons National Park then why not do a bit of swatting up on the place before you go?
Here are 12 top facts about Brecon Beacons National Park.