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North Wales is a fantastic destination to visit throughout the year, offering a plethora of beautiful landscapes and incredibly diverse wildlife combined with a great range of events for the whole family to enjoy. It is home to the stunning Snowdonia National Park, by far the best place if you want to witness some of the awe-inspiring vistas this region...
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Snowdonia in Wales is home to the highest mountain in England and Wales, Mount Snowdon. It is located in the Snowdonia National Park and has an altitude of 3,560 ft (or 1,085 metres) above sea level. Due to its height, Mount Snowdon boasts some of the best views in England and is extremely popular with hill walkers and climbers. It is also one of the...
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Why visit Pembrokeshire

Posted by on March 10, 2011
Have you been looking for your next UK holiday destination? Have you considered Pembrokeshire? No! Well maybe its time to start thinking about it. One of the first reasons you should think about this destination is its easy access to the rest of the UK. It might now sound like a great idea to choose a holiday spot based on ease of access but do you...
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Here is a slide show of stunning pictures taken during a walk from Lydstep to Stackpole. You too could take the same route along the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path when you stay in a Pembrokeshire cottage. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs for 186 miles and encompasses some of the very finest coastal scenery in all of the UK.
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Although Robin Hood and his Merry Men are synonymous with Nottingham, with legend having it that Sherwood Forest was his chosen place of residence and Nottinghamshire being ‘Robin Hood County’, when it comes to making an epic film, various locations are sourced and chosen. The filming for the remake Robin Hood, starring Russell Crowe and directed...
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South Wales Holiday Attractions

Posted by on November 20, 2009
With over 30 quality attractions within a 50 miles radius you are never short of something to do. In fact the difficult is choosing which places to visit in the time you have available. To help those on a short break in Wales decide how best to spend their time we have selected our favourite 3 leisure destinations. 1. Teifi Valley Railway This...
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Fishing in Pembrokeshire

Posted by on October 29, 2009
The coast of Pembrokeshire is excellent for a number of things. Swimming, visiting beaches, any number of water sports, and, of course, fishing. Fishing is something that many people find dull and uninteresting, but if you have the patience and devotion to really commit to it, it can be very rewarding. Booking one of the coastal cottages in Wales...
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Rock Climbing in Wales

Posted by on October 26, 2009
Rock climbing is an exhilarating sport, and there are plenty of places in Britain where people can give it a go. Many people choose to start off on an indoor wall, but when I was dragged out into the hills and mountains of Wales by a friend, that was not a luxury I had. Whereas many people will book out one of the holiday cottages in Wales for a week,...
There is a famous Welsh poem mentioning the Seven Wonders of Wales written by an unknown author along time ago. Not everyone who visits these wonders though agree that these are the finest in Wales which has arisen to many alternative lists. Here is our alternative Seven Wonders of Wales which would make a great visit during a short cottage break...
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Here is the continuation to our guide for some of the very best things you MUST do when you visit South Wales. Walk amongst a garden paradise The gardens at Aberglasney House have long been known for their beauty and having been drawing people to them since 1477. The gardens are set in the pretty Tywi valley. Pay a trip to terrific Tenby The popular...
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