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Built in 1810 as a remote mountain farmhouse, extended and used as a coaching inn and later as the training headquarters of the first successful Everest climbing expedition in 1953, and now run as a haven safe from the relentless grind of modernity, there are few hotels that can boast such a unique history and location as the Pen-y-Gwryd. Stay here
After 25 years as a designer in the corporate world, Julie Fortune decided she'd had enough of being her own boss and went to work for two cats called Pickle and Poppit. They act as general managers at Felin Crewi, in charge of the day-to-day administration of the place and keeping things running smooth and mouse-free. In addition to running the cottages
Having enjoyed many holidays in this part of Wales and never wanting to leave we decided to take the plunge and move here. After a four hour viewing (and with a great deal of patience from the former owners), by the time we had driven back to our home town of Leicester we had already made the move in our heads. With backgrounds in Graphic Design and
Duncan, originally from the Isle of Mull and a builder by trade, has lived on Anglesey with his wife Prydwen, who is from the area, since 1970. Duncan has always had a great interest in food and cooking and for many years they had both felt that the West Coast of Anglesey would benefit greatly from a wider variety of restaurants. It wasnt until 2006
The nearby St Tysul Church dates back to the 12th century, and a Christian settlement has existed on the site since the 6th Century. St Tysul was the cousin of St David, our Patron Saint, and the grandson of the founder of Ceredigion, Ceredig. The present church was built in the 12th century and a number of prehistoric sites are found in the area, such
Jenny and Kevin have been running the Guest House for 16 years now and during that time many changes and improvements have been made. Kevin says the Guest House is very much like the Forth Bridge, as soon as he finishes one room, another needs redecoration! At the rear of the property there is a completely secure parking area for six cars and umpteen
The deeds of the building go back to 1522, thus we are celebrating the hotel's 500th anniversary of trading in 5 years! However, it's likely there has been a 'hostelry' on the site for as long as Pembroke Castle has stood nearby; the Castle is more than 1000 years old! For a time in the 19th century The Kings was known as The Bunch of Grapes. This name
The original chain bridge was constructed in 1814 and the suspension design was a feat of engineering. The bridge, hanging from a network of handmade chains, became the most famous and unique bridge out of a total of 35 that span the River Dee between Bala and the sea. It was constructed by Exuperious Pickering to facilitate the transfer of coal and
Located in a beautiful Grade II listed building, we sit above the hustle and bustle of the city on floors 2 to 7 of the original Royal Hotel dating back to 1866. On the same street as The Principality Stadium (formerly the Millennium Stadium), The Royal Hotel Cardiff is slap bang in the middle of Cardiff City centre. Just 200m from Central Train Station
The name Plas Hyfryd translated into English literally means 'Lovely Place', and when you enter the front entrance and greeted with the palatial staircase and a warm welcome it's quite easy to see why. Although little is known of it's history, Thomas Thomas, a retired surgeon built 'Belmore House' and lived there until 1829. The house was designed by
We are Julie and Jan Peggs, the "new" owners of Plas Gwyn together with Rolo, our 10 year old Golden Retriever. Moving from North Yorkshire, for me (Jan), this meant a very welcome end to of 12 years of commuting from Harrogate to London to work. For Julie, the move brought to an end 12 years of working with teenagers with learning and behavioural difficulties
We are one of the oldest independent agencies in Northwest Wales. Established in 1970, and run by the current partners for over 30 years, we have become a leading force in tourism on the Lleyn peninsula. We are a small, independent agency, who believes in a no-nonsense, friendly, and personal approach to business. This philosophy, coupled with our reputation
FlatRock Group is owned by Wells and Louise Jones, local to Cardigan, they have added to the FlatRock Group portfolio over the years, having seen the business go from strength to strength. Their goal; is to provide something for everyone, whether that's a holiday destination in luxury coastal settings to comfortable and affordable accommodation in convenient
Stayed here for a friends wedding in Llangorse, and we all had a brilliant weekend! This cottage is so pretty and was so cosy for the 8 of us. The landlord was so friendly and welcoming and helped us out with anything we needed - we all enjoyed the ale he brewed for the wedding too! Ned (4) thinks the tractor is the best bit! Thank you.