You don’t have to be a paleontologist to experience the satisfaction of finding fossils. You don’t have to travel far either. Lavernock Beach near Cardiff is rich with them. It is quite common to uncover fossilised sea shells and ammonites there. Continue reading “Let’s all go on a fossil hunt…” »
Today, Wednesday 26th August, marks National Dog Day. An annual celebration established 11 years ago in 2004 by Colleen Paige, a Pet & Family Lifestyle Expert.
National Dog Day was set up to help members of the public to recognise…
Families, friends sharing, couples or retirees would love going to ground in this ‘foxhole’ at any time of the year. Foxhole Cottage in the heart of St Davids, Britain’s smallest city, is a truly comfortable home. It is spacious, warm and well equipped with wifi and a charming country garden.
Foxhole Cottage is a traditional terraced cottage in the heart of St Davids
It is perfectly possible to park your car and leave it for a whole week. St Davids’ shops, galleries, cafes, pubs, restaurants and magnificent Cathedral are all within easy strolling distance. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path too is nearby and an invigorating 2 mile walk with breathtaking views will lead you to Whitesands Bay one of Pembrokeshire’s most stunning beaches.
Pembrokeshire has a dedicated coastal bus service
Dedicated coastal buses call in to St Davids regularly. The Celtic Coaster will pick you up and drop you off at Whitesands and do the same in reverse. The Puffin Shuttle goes to and returns from Marloes Beach stopping off at coves and beaches along the way and the Strumble Shuttle wends its way along the coast to and from Fishguard.
For further details of this comfortable pet and family friendly Pembrokeshire holiday cottage with wifi and accommodation for 5 click on Foxhole Cottage.
If you are a keen visitor to Wales, its extensive history, or you enjoy looking back at how things used to be ‘back in the day’, then you’ll certainly appreciate this amazing series of videos pieced together to highlight the changes some of Wales’ historic sites have gone through.
Next week marks the first week in September, and in the UK this means we officially welcome the autumn season back into our lives. You might not like the sound of that but with autumn comes some great opportunities to capture some stunning pictures.