Wales in the winter is a truly magical area, with Christmas markets and festive decorations aplenty. The thing that really tops of that extra special Christmas feeling has to be the sight of a fresh blanket of snow on the ground, whether you see it glittering on a mountain top from your holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire, or whilst walking the streets of Llandudno, the joy that you feel is unmistakable. If you are looking for the snowiest areas in Wales to visit this season, we have the answers for you.
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Make historic Machynlleth your holiday base and discover a wealth of natural beauty, attractions and activities within easy reach.
The Dyfi Valley, Snowdonia National Park, Tal-y-Llyn Railway, Clywedog Reservoir, the Vale of Rheidol Railway and Devil’s Bridge gorge in the Vale of Rheidol are all waiting to be discovered. Continue reading “Make Pandy Bach near Machynlleth your holiday base for exploring Snowdonia” »
Visit ancient Cardigan market town, nestled alongside the Teifi river at the gateway to the Teifi Valley.
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A new US TV drama called Will is filming on location in South Wales, and will tell a fictionalised tale of the life of a young William Shakespeare.
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December has finally arrived and anyone who had been holding back on Christmas decorations and festive music can finally let loose and get themselves into the Christmas spirit. What better way to celebrate the festive season than visiting some of the best Christmas markets to be found in Wales? No matter where you travel to in the Welsh land, you are sure to be graced with an event that will fill you with excitement whilst staying at one of our Welsh holiday cottages!
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The coastal village of Manorbier with its fabulous sandy beach, easy access to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, atmospheric castle, pretty Norman church, tearoom and gift shop, convivial village pub and local hotel restaurant is a great choice all year round but would make a wonderful destination for festive breaks. Continue reading “Choose the coastal village of Manorbier for your festive celebrations” »
Wouldn’t you just love a festive holiday in glorious North Wales sandwiched between majestic mountains and the sea? You can in Cwm Nantcol Barn
and get a 20% discount.
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Cwm Nantcol Barn
Large groups will love the generous space and comfy informal style that luxurious Oswald House
has to offer. It is in a wonderful coastal location too.
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The location could not be more appropriate for the Conwy Valley Railway Museum. It is in Betws y Coed Railway Station.
Railway enthusiasts will love the Conwy Valley Railway Museum
Enthusiasts of all ages can admire an exquisite miniature railway and a wealth of railway paraphernalia while real life size engines screech, wheeze and whistle as they pull in and out of the station opposite. Continue reading “Conwy Valley Railway Museum & Model Shop” »