The once, one street riverside village of Burton Ferry has developed in recent years. The new homes are mostly located on the hillside or they have stretched further along the river leaving the original centre intact. Continue reading “Burton Ferry is an ideal location from which to explore Pembrokeshire” »
Located a short distance from our some of our Brecon Beacons cottages, Henrhyd Falls has become increasingly popular amongst film fans who wish to walk behind the curtain of water, which hides the entrance to the “Batcave” in the film.
A series of steps and a 40 metre boardwalk are some of the changes that have been made to the site to make it more accessible, and will significantly reduce the chances of damage being caused to the site. Continue reading “When Hollywood comes to Wales” »
An abundance of excellent local seafood is caught, processed, sold and served locally around the Lleyn Peninsula. Continue reading “You shall have a little fishy on the Lleyn Peninsula” »
The vast golden sands of Newgale beach stretch for over 2 miles mostly backed by an impressive storm bank of smooth round pebbles and at the southern end by towering seacliffs along which the Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs. Continue reading “Newgale is popular with families, walkers & surfing enthusiasts” »
The stunning scene of the Elan Valley in winter has been captured in a magnificent photograph by a local woman.
We’ve just come across this photo, which was taken by Sorcha Lewis last month. Continue reading “Incredible picture shows winter in the Elan Valley” »
Our talented team of photographers are tasked with ensuring our Quality Cottages are presented in the very best light, across our website and printed brochures. Over the years they have taken hundreds of thousands of photographs of properties and landscapes across Wales. Continue reading “Win a £100 holiday voucher” »