The National Tourism Awards for Wales 2015 celebrated ‘Best places to eat’ including large restaurants, small restaurants, cafes and pubs. Here are the South Wales winners. When you are staying in South Wales holiday cottages do visit one or more of them for a delicious bite to eat. Continue reading “A gastro tour of award winning restaurants through south Wales” »
On Sat 4th April, family, friends and colleagues of Mr Leonard Rees, co-proprietor with ex wife Margaret Rees of Quality Cottages, gathered together for a celebration supper at Crug Glas Country House near St Davids. Mr Rees was 80 years young on that day. Continue reading “For he’s a jolly good fellow!” »
Air Trampoline Park will open in South Wales this June, with plans already in place to open one in Swansea this year, and then another in North Wales early next year.
Continue reading “Trampoline parks set to “spring” up across Wales” »
Efail Uchaf, Upper Forge in English, is a charming and characterful, restored smithy near Porthmadog at the gateway to the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula. It is set in a magical sunny garden with oak and ash trees and a path meandering down to the river. A delightful conservatory brings sunshine and the garden right into the home. Continue reading “Efail Uchaf – a magical rural retreat at the gateway to the Lleyn Peninsula” »
Delightful Clover Hill is just .6 of a mile from the coast. It’s that .6 that makes all the difference. If it was bang on the coast with the sea on the door step it would be at least another price group higher and therefore more expensive. Continue reading “If you like a good deal read on…” »
Characterful family and pet friendly Grepach near Aberdaron on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula has always been very popular. This year it has undergone significant refurbishment and now has a super new boiler and modern heating system as well as a fabulous new multi fuel stove for snug days and cosy evenings in. Continue reading “15% discount on charming Lleyn coastal cottage Grepach” »
The 7 mile stretch of Pendine’s hard packed sand, backed by softer sand and undulating dunes was made famous for the world speed trials which took place there. Malcom Campbell and JG Parry Thomas set the world record on the beach five times between 1924 and 1927. Continue reading “Sea, Sand and Speed!” »
Food lovers unite! It’s finally here! Wales’ first home-grown garlic bread has been created near our Anglesey holiday cottages.