Surprised by the beauty of Pembrokeshire

If you haven’t been to Pembrokeshire, I highly recommend it, there are so many places to explore, we have lots of history and the most amazing beaches that you can stroll along at low tide. During the autumn months, you may be lucky enough to spot a seal with a cub or the dolphins playing in the coves.

via Photography in Pembrokeshire. – Wild West Gilly

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Drinking espresso on the piazza of Portmeirion

Portmeirion in North Wales is as close to an Italian Village outside of Italy as you can get. The village’s colourful architecture is a mixture of Welsh, Baroque and Italian styles surrounded by beautiful walks and picturesque landscapes.

via A Long Weekend in Portmeirion – North Wales – the travelling tedaldi

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Snowdonia, a full spectrum for the senses

Snowdonia is known for its wet weather, but variation is the spice of life. On a grim day its moody and then when the sun shines, the region sparkles with crisp clarity. In the summer, the hours are long and in the winter, the peaks are coated with snow.

via 4 reasons I love Snowdonia | Katrina Megget

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Hwnt i’r Bont is your cup of tea

Tu Hwnt i’r Bont, (Beyond the Bridge) is a grade II listed building in the delightful market town of Llanrwst in Wales. Built as a residential dwelling in 1480, and later during the 16th century used as the Courthouse for the surrounding area.

via TQE Magazine

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Wales Road Trip Inspiration

Holidays in Wales are becoming increasingly popular, but don’t just take our word for it- Lonely Planet has also named North Wales as one of the top regions to visit in 2017. With mountains, lakes, coasts and castles it’s not hard to see why, and campervan hire is one of the best ways to see it all!

via Wales Road Trip Inspiration | Campervan Hire Wales