- 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
Category Archives: Places to see and things to do
West Wales offers some of the best unpolluted night skies in the UK. If you can access a telescope or even pair of binoculars then even better! Jupiter’s moons and the Orion nebula are both visible through a large pair of binoculars … Continue reading
Dogs really are a man’s best friend so why would you want to leave them at home on a staycation to West Wales. You wouldn’t, would you? Did you know how dog-friendly West Wales is? Dogs are allowed on the … Continue reading
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path twists and turns its way for 186 miles along the most stunning coastline in Britain. Walkers love it here for the dramatic scenery, breathtaking wildlife and the hidden gems they discover along the way. The highlights are not … Continue reading
If you’re looking for real reviews of an area you’d like to visit, we’ve got some fantastic genuine experiences from visitors to West Wales to share with you. Here are some of the entries from the photo competition we ran … Continue reading
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
I’ve been walking Ziggy, my whippet on Patch beach in Gwbert a lot recently. It’s not my nearest beach to home, but it really is worth going that little bit further. There’s always plenty of space to park on the road which runs along … Continue reading
What’s West Wales like in February and what can you do there, I hear you ask? The sun still shines in February and although it is much colder than summer, you can still have a magical holiday. We thought we’d … Continue reading
Christmas is little over a month away but don’t worry if you haven’t started your shopping yet, there are some magical Christmas markets on the horizon in West Wales. The opportunity to visit some magnificent and historic properties, sort out the … Continue reading
I love fish and chips and spend some (too many) Friday nights driving up and down the coast looking for a chippy and finding great spots to stop and eat. I tell myself it’s to get out more, but deep … Continue reading