The Beach

The Surroundings

The Cottage

Wales Coastal Path

  Now I’m not one for doing much walking other than to the car and back, but news last month the the Welsh coastal path is slowly edging into existence is great news for tourism in Wales and the economic benefits it will bring. Lets hope its finished this year!  

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Gwbert Hotel

Its been a while since I’ve been in the Gwbert hotel, but from the cottage at Poppit it looks a fantastic place on the headland.  I’ve paddled out a few times when the sun is going down and on a non-rainy the sunset is breath taking.  Go have a meal or a beer in the […]

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Holidays in Wales

These are the main holidays that are unique to Wales and celebrated in other parts of the UK, except when they fall on the same day as something else ! Saints’ Days St Davids Day The patron saint of Wales is St David, Welsh: Dewi Sant. St. David’s Day (Dydd G?yl Dewi Sant) is celebrated […]

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Grey Seals

Grey seals are s are dappled silvery to dusky brown-grey in colour, they are well camouflaged against the the rocky beaches around Pembrokeshire. Grey seals interestingly appear black when wet so can be fairly easy to spot when they are in the water. Males that can grow up to three metres in length and females […]

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Welsh Cottage

In modern usage, a cottage is usually a modest, often cozy dwelling, typically in a rural or semi-rural location. There are cottage-style dwellings in cities, and in places such as Canada the term exists with no connotations of size at. I n the United Kingdom the term cottage also tends to denote rural dwellings of […]

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