Historic market town of Llanidloes
The vibrant market town of Llanidloes lies alongside the River Severn, the first on its long journey through Wales to the sea. Visitors staying in Llanidloes holiday cottages will find it an ideal location for exploring the ancient heartland including Llandinam, Trefeglwys, Caersws, Carno and Llangurig. Continue reading “Visit the vibrant historic market town of Llanidloes” »
Winter is one of the best times of the year to explore the Welsh countryside, offering stunning views of snow-topped mountains. Visit Wales have compiled a fantastic list of the best mountain views throughout Wales, with many on the doorstep of our Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia holiday cottages
. Here’s some that have made the list:
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With an unusual but typically Welsh twist on the countryside of pony trekking, a farm on the Brecon Beacons now offers the chance to go sheep trekking, an ideal excursion for those staying in Brecon Beacons holiday cottages
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The amazing scenes of the annual fireworks displays are almost upon us and whether you’re staying in one of our North Wales holiday cottages
, or elsewhere in the country we have put together the most spectacular Bonfire Night events taking place in Wales during October and November for you to enjoy.
You are sure to get into the spirit once you’re wrapped up nice and warm and you gaze up at the first firework of the night as it lights up the night’s sky. WOW!
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As well as being the home of some of the UK’s most stunning luxury holiday cottages, Wales
can now add giant vegetables to the list of reasons to visit. On Sunday 5th October, Aberglasney Gardens in Carmarthenshire played host to their first annual giant vegetable competition – the only one of its kind in Wales. Inspired by a vegetable display at the RHS Autumn Show in Malvern, the show drew growers from far and wide, with each hoping that their oversized vegetable would fetch them the top prize.
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Whether you wish to celebrate with fellow revellers or have quieter celebrations with family or friends, Wales provides a perfect backdrop for a slice of New Year’s magic. Here’s six different ways for everyone to enjoy the holiday:
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Yr Hen Beudy is a super stylish barn conversion for large families or friends sharing
Yr Hen Beudy is a super stylish barn conversion set in beautiful Welsh countryside with views of the Cambrian Mountains and close to the vibrant seaside town of Aberystwyth, a much loved regular holiday destination of Caitlin Moran journalist, author and columnist for The Times. Google ‘ Caitin Moran: Why I love Aberystwyth’ Continue reading “Super Aberystwyth holiday home with livery for your own horse” »
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” »
A Loveboard is a bespoke chopping board made from Welsh sycamore
Following in the footsteps of Welsh lovespoon makers Nigel Phillips from Caersws, just 6 miles from Newtown in Mid Wales, has come up with an innovative way to use Welsh sycamore offcuts. Continue reading “The Loveboard Company” »