Red Gables is a charming Mid Wales holiday cottage with accommodation for 14 and 2 dogs
This super Mid Wales family home is straight from the pages of a story book. A charming country cottage, Red Gables is backed by woodland teeming with wildlife and has comfortable accommodation for 14, ideal for extended families or friends sharing. Two well behaved dogs are also welcome. Continue reading “Red Gables a family home straight from the pages of a story book” »
Family friendly Blades Cafe Abersoch
Blades is a charming family friendly High Street Cafe in the buzzing seaside village of Abersoch on the Lleyn Peninsula. The cosy characterful interior is always welcoming and pavement tables are a bonus on sunny days (blankets are provided for those keen to enjoy fresh air on cooler days). Continue reading “At Blades Cafe in Abersoch staff go that extra mile for their customers” »
Something rather amazing happened this weekend. As many as a thousand dolphins were spotted swimming off Pembrokeshire’s coast.
Continue reading “Pod of as many as a THOUSAND dolphins spotted off Pembrokeshire Coast” »
Freshly caught seafood platter
There is nothing quite like the taste of fresh seafood. Riggling on the hook one minute and in the cooking pot the next. Visits to the coast are enhanced by delicious fishy treats. What’s not to love about locally caught and freshly prepared fish and chips, potted shrimps, lobster thermidor, crab sandwiches, flavoursome chewy whelks, cockles with vinegar and pepper, barbecued mackerel? The list goes on…
A Porthgain fishing boat
Visitors staying in Porthgain holiday cottages, on or near the rugged North Pembrokeshire coast, can eat their fill. The Shed Fish & Chip Bistro on Porthgain harbour and The Sloop Inn on the village green both serve delicious home cooked food including locally caught seafood.
Fancy a crab sandwich?
Lobster Thermidor anyone?
We aren’t surprised to hear this but we can confirm that it’s not just cottages with sea views Anglesey
have to offer which make visitors happy, it’s all sunshine and lollipops when you live in this popular Welsh location too!
Continue reading “Come and stay on Anglesey, it’ the happiest place in Wales after all!” »
Runners will be dashing past several of our Snowdonia holiday cottages
next month when the annual Snowdonia marathon takes place.
The route for the run, which takes place on October 25, has been announced this week and is set to see runners take in spectacular scenery on every step of the run. Continue reading “Snowdonia marathon route revealed” »
A singer from a small town in North Wales has taken the Indian music world by storm and become internationally famous.
Aneirin Jones hails from just down the road from our Criccieth holiday cottages
but has found fame thousands of miles away from the small Gwynedd town.
The 21-year-old sings in Welsh, Hindi, Punjabi and English after moving to Delhi when she was just 17. Continue reading “North Wales girl becomes Indian music star” »
While you’re enjoying autumn holidays in cosy holiday cottages with log fires Pembrokeshire
Coast National Park Authority rangers will be offering a solution to the apples that have become surplus this autumn.
Continue reading “National Park holding FREE apple pressing days this autumn” »
This summer a host of celebrities including Strictly Come Dancing winner Abbey Clancy, Jennifer Aniston, pop sensation Rhianna, and Cindy Crawford have been partaking in the latest water-sport that has been quite the hit on the coastal areas near our Carmarthenshire holiday cottages
this year too.
Continue reading “Try the latest craze of SUP on the Carmarthenshire coast” »
A summer packed with festivals has helped bring more than £3m into the North Wales economy.
Wakestock, Festival Number 6 and Access All Eirias all contributed to the economy this summer, with visitors flooding into the area to attend all three festivals.
More than 60,000 people attended Access All Eirias, while Wakestock and Festival number 6, which both took place a few miles from our Lleyn Peninsula holiday cottages
, attracted another 30,000 and 10,000 people respectively. Continue reading “Festivals bring thousands to North Wales” »