When people visit a country on holiday they always talk about ‘getting a taste’ of the culture.
And what better way of doing that is there than to do it literally, by eating as much local produce and as many local delicacies as possible?
Better still, get a feeling for a country by making those delicacies before tasting them! Continue reading “How to make delicious Welsh cakes” »
With its own unique traditions and customs, Christmas is a great time to enjoy Wales holidays – not only will you be captivated by its beautiful scenery, friendly people and delicious food, but also the unrivalled atmosphere that comes with this much-anticipated time of year.Continue reading “Recipe: Traditional Welsh Christmas Taffy” »
Year of Adventure Wales 2016
Wales is one of Britain’s best unspoilt play grounds. It is blessed with exceptional natural beauty, 870 miles of magnificent coast path hugging the entire Welsh seaboard, three National Parks, Snowdonia, Pembrokeshire Coast and the Brecon Beacons as well as a Dark Sky Reserve, one of only five in the world. What better place to experience adventures. Continue reading “More than 20 thrilling Welsh adventure experiences for the whole family to enjoy” »
With their breathtaking views and interesting history, the popular Snowdonia railways Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland are popular all year round, though Christmas on board is an extra-special time of year, as you’ll not only be able to sit back and enjoy the journey, but also indulge in some Christmas festivities and meet Father Christmas.Continue reading “Meet Father Christmas on the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland vintage railways this December” »
A sister event to its main annual event, the Hay-on-Wye Book Festival, the Hay Festival Winter Weekend welcomes the beginning of advent, and promises fun for all the family between 27-29 November.Continue reading “Join Hay-on-Wye for its fabulous Winter Weekend” »