Great news for anyone who loves to take in the historical locations and the castles cited on them across Wales. While staying our Harlech holiday cottages
among other locations there’s a special event taking place with castles all over Wales set to open their doors to the public for free on St David’s Day.
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The stunning Harlech Castle.
Spacious conservatory with central heating at Morlais Bach
Morlais Bach is a welcoming, pet and family friendly home from home with a comfortably furnished conservatory (centrally heated). A joyful place to spend a few extra hours of sunshine at the end of exciting days exploring. This lovely warm room with wrap around windows beckons you to enjoy the delightfully private garden, whatever the weather, all year round. Continue reading “Extend the hours of sunshine in Morlais Bach” »
The days are getting lighter, the nights are getting longer and the weather is beginning to grace us with those lovely rays of sunshine again, meaning only one thing; Spring is coming! Now, while the weather is a very British thing to discuss we have something much more fun and interesting to talk about- Easter eggs! Check out these cool and ‘eggs-traordinary’ facts to keep your children (big and small) amused while you’re visiting our Easter holiday cottages, Wales
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Dogs have been our best friends and loving companions for thousands of years, and, if you’re staying in one of our dog friendly holiday cottages in Wales
, they may even be your travelling buddies as well! Despite our closeness to our four-legged friends, there are still some surprising facts that you may not have known about these lovable pets – below are just 10 of the best:
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Probably the best place to see Tenby Daffodils is in Tenby
On March 1st almost all Welsh citizens, wherever they are, will be wearing daffodils to commemorate St Davids Day. Continue reading “Happy St Davids Day March 1st” »
Hot tub at Gardener’s Cottage
Luxuriate in bubbly relaxation in the hot tub (available April 4th-Oct 3rs 2015) of Gardeners Cottage a delightful romantic retreat for two just 3 miles from the seaside village of Llangrannog on the Cardigan Bay Coast. Your well behaved dog is welcome too (not in the hot tub though!). Continue reading “Romantic retreat with a hot tub near the Cardiganshire Coast” »
Thanks to the stunning scenery of its picturesque hills and mountains, a holiday in our Brecon Beacon holiday cottages
is already a fantastic way to enjoy a few days away. To make your stay in this beautiful National Park even more enjoyable, we’ve put together a list of some of the top attractions the area has to offer.
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A campaign to market Wales and the rest of the UK to Chinese tourists by Visit Britain has included a survey to determine the names of British towns, cities and landmarks in Mandarin, with their meanings ranging from the literal to the highly imaginative. Continue reading “Chinese names for Welsh landmarks and towns translate into some unique meanings” »
Time to relax and unwind with a glass of wine and a good view
In need of a quick break from work? Could you do with a few days away from your daily grind? Would you like to surprise a loved one with a spontaneous gesture? Check out Late Availability Wales. Continue reading “Drop everything and come to Wales in the next couple of days” »
Woodpecker & Kingfisher overlooking Castle Pill
Woodpecker & Kingfisher are two stylish contemporary waterside homes set alongside a peaceful tidal creek off the mighty Cleddau River. From their privileged elevated position one can enjoy the fascinating, ever- changing ebb and flow of tree lined Castle Pill. Easy access via steps leads keen birdwatchers, canoeists, fisher folk and mud-larks directly onto the foreshore! Continue reading “You could be happy as larks at Woodpecker and Kingfisher!” »