- 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
Author Archives: Linda
WWHC staff loading the car for delivery to Cardigan foodbank today. The foodbank provide a list of what they urgently need, it helps them greatly to have what they know will be useful to those who need it. Donations are … Continue reading
Croeso (welcome) to Bwthyn Gelliddu! Meet the award winning pedigree Holstein cows and see them being milked, help bottle feed a calf, say hello to the chocolate Labradors or collect eggs for breakfast; all part of a stay at Bwthyn Gelliddu in South Carmarthenshire … Continue reading
In Part 2 of our guide to Christmas gifts made in West Wales, we have a delicious selection of food and drink from local artisan producers to tempt your tastebuds. Available to order online, these make perfect presents for foodies … Continue reading
Christmas gift ideas from West Wales: give something a little different this Christmas. Our first post includes 9 ideas for gifts which celebrate the natural beauty and traditional crafts of West Wales. Did you get to visit West Wales this year? With … Continue reading
Guest Review of Skokholm Log Cabin: stayed June 2015 “We loved our stay at Skokholm log cabin. The location was perfect, nestled next to the Preseli Hills and near the coast of Pembrokeshire. The log cabin was very secluded and … Continue reading
“October gave a party; The leaves by hundreds came – The Chestnuts, Oaks, and Maples, And leaves of every name. The Sunshine spread a carpet, And everything was grand, Miss Weather led the dancing, Professor Wind the band.” George Cooper … Continue reading
All the colours of the rainbow await you on a holiday in West Wales. Pastel coloured seaside houses can be found in many of the villages and towns along the West Wales coast. The historic town of Tenby is famous for … Continue reading
Perfectly placed for exploring the delights of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, The Vestry is a romantic little cottage, nestled in the beautiful Gwaun Valley. Comfortably furnished with lots of delightful finishing touches, the cottage sleeps 2 plus a baby in 1 upstairs king … Continue reading
Welcome to Ty Rhos Mair (Rosemary Cottage). Just outside the popular seaside town of New Quay in Ceredigion the cottage sleeps 8 (plus cot), one dog welcome. The pretty front entrance leads to a fully modernised, luxury family home with original … Continue reading
During the year of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, a conservation charity, Plantlife International asked people of the UK to vote for a flower which they thought would best represent their county. Two years later, each of the old counties of … Continue reading