Brecon Beacons holiday cottages are a great choice for keen walkers
Keen walkers staying in Brecon Beacons holiday cottages
really should aim for the National Park’s highest peak, Pen y Fan. The views are awesome and accessibility couldn’t be easier. You can even take your dog. Continue reading “Walk up Pen y Fan, South Wales’ highest peak” »
Situated on the north-west coastline of Wales, Llandudno has been a popular holiday resort for decades, and is home to the landmark Great Orme, which attracts thousands of visitors each year. If you’re one of the many planning to stay in our Llandudno holiday cottages, here’s a few facts you may like to know about the seaside town before you visit:
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Crab Cottage has a crackling log fire for cosy winter breaks
There is nothing quite like a snuggly holiday cottage by the sea for a relaxing and revitalising winter break. Family and pet friendly Crab Cottage
just 5 minutes walk from the beach in beautiful Morfa Nefyn is a perfect example. Continue reading “Delicious winter breaks at Crab Cottage, near Morfa Nefyn Beach” »
This Saturday, you can join the beautiful Anglesey resort of Beaumaris in taking a step back in time, experiencing both the town and Christmas as they would have been 150 years ago.
Continue reading “Step back in time for Christmas this weekend in Beaumaris” »
Already a popular seaside resort in the summer, Tenby is also hoping to bring people to the town during the winter with its fun-packed line-up of festive activities, spread out over three weekends.
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National Wool Museum Wales
The woollen industry was once one of the most important in Wales. Visitors can still experience a little of the delightful traditional craft in the few remaining working woollen mills throughout the country. Many Welsh holiday cottages
use traditional Welsh woollen fabrics for their soft furnishings.
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Cosy Lilac Tree Cottage near St Davids in Pembrokeshire uses Welsh woollen soft furnishings
An Anglesey butcher says his Christmas ‘gift’ for his customers is the chance to buy top quality Welsh meat from his shop in Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.
Tom Hughes is a regular at the Royal Welsh Winter Fair and ahead of the event this weekend he says he plans on making sure all his customers are able to enjoy a delicious Christmas dinner. Continue reading “Butcher ‘gifts’ quality Welsh meat to customers for Christmas” »
Pembrokeshire holiday cottage Ty Draw
is a pretty, warm and cosy cottage tucked away in the tranquil village of Trefin on the north Pembrokeshire coast 8 miles from St Davids, Britain’s smallest city. Continue reading “Keep calm and relax in Ty Draw this Christmas” »