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West Wales in February

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

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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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Five fun fact-filled days out

Looking for a day out with a difference? Want to give your children an enjoyable experience by learning through play or experience? To learn a subject and remember it well, why not live it!? While holidays are all about having … 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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Big Adventures for Small People in Pembrokeshire

For a big day out and lots of fun, why not let your children take you to one of these 6 famous Pembrokeshire attractions? From natural wildlife to exotic animals, prehistoric ‘monsters’ to the thrill of the roller-coaster, there are … Continue reading

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Llyn Llech Owain Country Park near Cross Hands

Llyn Llech Owain Country Park is a 158-acre expanse of woods, heath and marsh near Cross Hands in Carmarthenshire with nature trails, wooden adventure playground, toddler playground, café and visitor centre. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), … Continue reading

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Events at Carew Castle and Pembroke Castle, Spring Bank Holiday 2014

Two of the grandest castles in West Wales – Carew Castle and Pembroke Castle – will be hosting a range of fun events for families during the late May Bank Holiday week, summer half term 2014. Here’s our handy guide to what’s on. Events … Continue reading

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