The colourful coastal town of Aberaeron stands at the mouth of the Aeron River between Aberystwyth and Cardigan in West Wales. Aberaeron has a good selection of shops, cafes and award winning eateries as well as an attractive and bustling harbour. Continue reading “Visit the fascinating coastal town of Aberaeron” »
Galeri Caernarfon is a stunning, contemporary, arts centre overlooking Victoria Dock Marina in Caernarfon Bay. The venue includes cinema, exhibitions, theatre, music, dance, comedy, workshops and DOC Cafe Bar with seating inside and out, open 7 days a week from 10 ’til late.
Big House & Little House can accommodate big people and little people in warmth and comfort with ample spacious accommodation for an extended family or a group of 9 friends to spread out, relax and party. Continue reading “Big House & Little House make a perfect team for Christmas celebrations.” »
With Christmas round the corner there’s lots going on in Wales this week and over the next fortnight, so we thought we’d share some and see if we could tempt you into booking last minute cottage holidays. Continue reading “What’s on in Wales this weekend?” »
Built in 1846 then improved in 1872 to attract pleasure steamers of the Liverpool and North Wales Steam Company, Beaumaris Pier has been attracting visitors ever since. In the 1960′s its future was secured when a local yachtswoman and RNLI Lifeboat secretary bequeathed a large sum of money for its much needed restoration. Continue reading “All the fun of the pier at Beaumaris” »
Christmas is just around the corner and that means many people will be looking to enjoy the season and splash the cash on a taste of luxury.
For many people that means getting away from it all and taking family away for a festive gathering in a comfortable and luxurious setting – whether that’s a secluded cottage, lavish guesthouse or a fancy hotel.
One thing almost everyone looks for though, is something which marks out their break as different to spending time at home. Continue reading “Take a Christmas break in Wales” »