News broke this week that Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy and Richard E Grant are all set to film in Pembrokeshire soon, as we reported here
. But this is just the latest film to be shot in Wales, using the beautiful surroundings near our Pembrokeshire holiday cottages
Which other Hollywood hits have filmed in the country? Continue reading “Famous films shot in Wales” »
Stunning video footage of the Llyn Peninsula has once again been shared all over the internet, showing what a wonderful part of Wales it is. Continue reading “Llyn Peninsula stars in stunning aerial video” »
Yr Hen Felin
Warm and welcoming Yr Hen Felin (The Old Mill) is near the hilltop village of Mathry on the rugged north Pembrokeshire coast.
Continue reading “Warm & Welcoming Yr Hen Felin (The Old Mill)” »
Newborough Warren on the southern tip of Anglesey comprises a large expanse of sand dunes, some forested, which back the long fabulous golden beach of Newborough, the tidal island of Llanddwyn, saltmarsh, mud flats and a freshwater lake. Continue reading “Newborough Warren, Newborough Beach & Llanddwyn Island” »
Cosy Glan Rafon has a logburner in the original inglenook fireplace
Quaint Glan Rafon is an historic cottage in a tranquil village setting that has been keeping its inhabitants cosy for over 200 years. Continue reading “Enjoy the cosy comfort of historic Glan Rafon on the Lleyn Peninsula” »
The Tour of Pembrokeshire rewards riders with magnificent scenery
The Tour of Pembrokeshire is now firmly fixed on the British cycling calendar and attracts around 1500 riders from all over the country. Continue reading “Tour of Pembrokeshire 23 May 2016” »
An ambitious attempt to reintroduce Britain’s second rarest carnivore to Wales is under way.
Pine Martens are thriving in Scotland but have almost died out in Wales and England and are in danger of extinction here. Continue reading “Pine Martens arrive in Wales” »
Set in a hidden valley alongside the Secret Haven Waterway, thirty five acres of listed historic gardens surround picturesque Upton Castle and a magical woodland home, Creek Cottage. Continue reading “You will already have been enchanted by Creek Cottage in your childhood dreams” »
Hollywood is coming to Wales yet again, as a host of A-list actors make their way to Pembrokeshire, joining the increasing list of blockbusters using Wales as their backdrop.
The film is called “Their Finest Hour and a Half”, and is based on the popular book by Lissa Evans of the same name. The story takes place during World War II, when a British film crew attempt to make a propaganda film to raise spirits during the Blitzkrieg. Continue reading “A-list actors filming in Pembrokeshire” »
The River Irfon photo by Tim Glover
The pretty tree lined River Irfon rises on the slopes of Bryn Garw in the Cambrian mountains, it flows down through Llanwrtyd Wells and Llangmmarch Wells before reaching a confluence with the River Wye at Builth Wells. Continue reading “Fishing is simply the best on the pretty River Irfon” »