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Six free places to visit in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is a popular holiday destination in West Wales and some of our hidden gems are so beautiful, they are completely priceless! Here are 6 of our favourite free Pembrokeshire attractions: The Blue Lagoon These deep greeny-blue waters are surrounded … Continue reading

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Merlin’s Carmarthenshire

Merlin, or Myrddin, the magician and foreteller of prophesies, has tales about him from across West Wales, linking him with Arthurian legend and prominent sites in the landscape. There are a variety of sites to visit where you can explore … Continue reading

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Meet the owner of The Coach House and her lovely llamas!

We have a lovely and varied range of cottages on our website, all with their own highlights and attractions as a holiday destination, and each with a different history. Each cottage has an enthusiastic owner with their own story to … Continue reading

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Travelling through history with the Archwilio app

If you are exploring Welsh archaeology, researching a site you have visited, or are out and about and want to know what lies under and above ground around you, this new app will come in handy! An online mobile introduction … Continue reading

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The best places to spot autumn colour in West Wales

One of the most spectacular sights on a blowy autumn day – and a highlight of the year – is the expanse of colour produced by woodlands during this season. Something to brighten our days with the dark of winter … Continue reading

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Adventure with wild swimming

It may be the lure of a freshly running stream or deep cool pool that draws you to wild swimming. Or maybe the idea of being able to swim whenever or wherever you please. Whatever the case, there are some … Continue reading

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Introducing the top 8 historic houses in West Wales

While on holiday here, it’s well worth visiting some of our many historic houses to absorb some of the area’s history. Here are our recommendations of the 8 top historic houses to visit in West Wales. Each house has a unique … Continue reading

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Coasteering: adventures on the West Wales coast

Coasteering: jump right in! If you love sea-swimming, cliff-walking, rock-scrambling and cliff-jumping, then coasteering is for you! One of Pembrokeshire’s most famous activities, coasteering offers the opportunity to explore the beautiful coasts of West Wales in a whole new way. … Continue reading

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West Wales’ top 8 gardens to visit

West Wales has a variety of gardens to visit, each with different aspects guaranteed to draw you in and ensure you enjoy your day. Here are 8 of the best gardens to visit in West Wales, encompassing a wide range … Continue reading

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Will you #FindYourEpic in West Wales this weekend?

The weekend has arrived, and if ever you’ve needed an excuse to dust off your adventure hat or just pretend you’re Indiana Jones for the day, this is it! This is no ordinary weekend in Wales, no, this is the … Continue reading

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