- Stargazing is one of West Wales’ most romantic activities!
- West Wales Holiday Cottages is supporting Cardigan foodbank this summer
- Check out our dog-friendly beaches map!
- West Wales Holiday Cottages present award at Carmarthenshire Tourism Association ceremony
- A walkers’ paradise: Delights along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
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The opportunity to visit some magnificent and historic properties, sort out the Christmas shopping and enjoy delicious local food and drink all at the same time, is one of the many reasons we love Wales. The following Christmas markets, craft … Continue reading
This is a lovely circular walk of about 2 hours from Llechryd in North Pembrokeshire, The sky was blue as we set off from Llechryd Bridge for our walk along the River Teifi to Cilgerran. The riverside path was golden … Continue reading
When the sun is bright on an autumn morning it is time to put all else aside, grab the boots and a picnic and head to the coast. We drove to Nolton Haven, nestling on the edge of the sand … Continue reading
Where have all our old red phone boxes gone I hear you ask? Come and see – we’ve got a real gem here in the smallest museum in Wales! Back in 2009, BT ran a competition to look for … Continue reading
Twm Sion Cati c1530-1609 was born in Tregaron, Ceredigion, and is commonly known as The Welsh Robin Hood, robbing from the rich, but seemingly forgetting to give any of his gains to the poor! His real name was Thomas Jones; … Continue reading
The annual Spring Festival will be held on 18 and 19 May 2013 at the Royal Welsh Show Grounds in Builth Wells. This has become one of the most popular weekend attractions in Wales showcasing smallholding, gardening and sustainable living … Continue reading
Wonderwool Wales is the premier wool and natural fibre festival in Wales. It was set up in 2006 in order to promote wool and natural fibre production and its use in Wales. This festival is held every April at The … Continue reading
There are two species of hare in the UK (brown and mountain) but only the brown hare is known in Wales. It is thought that brown hares were introduced to Britain by the Romans. Hares have been respected and even … Continue reading
For several hundred years the Teifi Valley was thriving with dozens of mills along the River Teifi and its tributaries; in 1900 there were 26 woollen mills in Pembrokeshire; this area of Wales was the centre of woollen production. Up … Continue reading