Try sparkling Welsh wine
Penarth Vineyard beside the river in Newtown, Montgomeryshire, mid Wales benefits from a unique micro climate enabling the production of many vines not possible anywhere else in the UK. The result is fine sparkling wines comparable with French counterparts. Continue reading “Put some sparkle in your holiday” »
A summer holiday in Wales sounds perfect! We have beaches, water sports, gorgeous towns and villages, delicious food, countryside walks, coastal paths to explore and an abundance of wildlife to discover.
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Great news – The Old Post Office
in Myddfai has been recognised by Visit Wales as a welcome cottage for walkers and cyclists. The cottage is equipped with a secure storage for bikes with a bike rack, a maintenance stand, tool kit and a limited amount of spares. Outside is a bike stand for bikes to be washed down.
For walkers there is a boot scrape, boot stands and drying racks.
A comprehensive guide to local walks and cycle paths is provided in the cottage which stands in the picturesque foothills of Black Mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Continue reading “Myddfai Cottage recognised as a welcome home for walkers and cyclists” »
You could be forgiven for thinking this is a scene lifted straight from the pages of a fairy story. Swallow Cottage
is an enchanting 200 year old country home, full of period charm and surrounded by a profusion of colourful flowers tumbling out of the borders, planters and recycled chimney pots. Continue reading “Welcome to Swallow Cottage” »
Fans of the Brecon Jazz Festival will be pleased to hear that the event is making a comeback in a more intimate form: the Brecon Jazz Weekend, which will take place from August 12-14.
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Min y Mor is yards from lovely Morfa Nefyn beach
Introducing Min y Mor
a great addition to the Quality Cottages portfolio in the popular seaside village of Morfa Nefyn on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula.
Min y Mor
This chic holiday home is just yards from the picturesque sandy bay which, on low tide, leads to Porthdinllaen and multi award winning waterside pub the Ty Coch Inn. On high tide take the alternative route over Morfa Golf Club on the headland and enjoy breathtaking coastal views as you go.
Min y Mor
Spacious light filled sitting room
has been recently renovated to create a stylish, light filled, spacious home for 4 adults, 2 children and 2 dogs. It has 2 sitting rooms, wifi and a full Sky package making it an ideal choice for families or friends sharing.
Follow the sun
The wrap around terrace allows you to follow the sun and provides a pleasant extension to the living space for relaxation and al fresco dining on warm summer days.
The Ty Coch Inn
Morfa Nefyn is a convenient base from which to explore the whole of the Lleyn Peninsula most of which has been designated an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. You will never be far from the sea and any number of lovely beaches. There are sleepy villages, sprawling hamlets, tiny harbours and the Llyn Coast Path to explore. You will discover chic restaurants, country inns and waterside bistros. There are boat trips, adventure activities and tranquil pursuits to please all tastes.
Min y Mor welcomes 2 dogs
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Ty Glan Afon was built with extraordinary skill and craftsmanship
‘They don’t make em like that anymore!’ Ty Glan Afon
is a stunning traditional stone cottage rooted in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, built with extraordinary skill and craftsmanship. Continue reading “Ancient Ty Glan Afon is full of period charm” »
Wales has tonnes of wildlife to spot during the summer months. There are seabirds and dolphins to spot along the coast, and birds of prey and woodland animals to see during countryside walks. We don’t just have the local wildlife here, as migrating animals come to Wales for feeding and breeding.
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Lochturffin Old Farmhouse
With games room, wifi, hot tub, fly fishing, tennis court, gym, barbecue, brazier, enclosed garden and nature reserve, luxurious Lochturffin Old Farmhouse
is a holiday destination all by itself. Continue reading “Large and luxurious Lochturffin Old Farmhouse is a destination all by itself!” »
Literally a stone’s throw from Laugharne’s picturesque Taf Estuary stands the Artist’s Studio
and each one of its windows frames a scene of utter tranquility. Imagine waking each morning to the call of the curlew, and the chirrup of oystercatchers in their black and white dozens as they upturn beached seaweed in search of tasty morsels. Continue reading “You don’t need to be an artist to stay in Artist’s Studio beside the Taf Estuary in Laugharne” »