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Waterfalls in Wales

Waterfalls in Wales

From their dramatic rocky ledges to their steep cascading waters and deep plunge pools, Wales is overflowing with many wonderful waterfalls, small and large, up and down the country. With so many to see, tucked away in all manner of sleepy villages and tranquil towns, it can be tricky to know where to start!

Top Gardens in Bodnant, Wales

Top Gardens in Bodnant, Wales

Nestling in the Snowdonian foothills of North Wales lies Bodnant Garden; 80 acres of pristine, formal gardens and wilder meadows and woods, sitting on the outskirts of Conwy, a world heritage site thanks to its graceful and beautifully maintained castle. From the castle to the marina, Conwy stretches into the Snowdonia National Park, the UK’s second-largest national park which offers stunning, unspoilt countryside and is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.

Holidays in Wales by the Beach

Holidays in Wales by the Beach

Following a challenging year of lockdowns, firebreakers and travel restrictions, many of us are craving the sun on our faces and the refreshing sea air. With the metaphorical ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ in painfully close sight, the good news is, Wales is ready and waiting to welcome you to its beautiful 870-mile long coastline when the government gives the go-ahead!

Where To Go Kayaking In Wales

Where To Go Kayaking In Wales

Wales is full of relaxing hidden spots and beautiful nature trails, but what about if you're looking for adventurous things to do? Kayaking might be there on your list, but where can you go kayaking in Wales? Read on to find out some places fo relaxing breaks and places for the thrill-seekers.

Great Little Gifts

Great Little Gifts

With November creeping to a close it’s time to start thinking about Christmas and time for us to start picking out the perfect gifts for those special people in your life. This year, if you are looking for something a little bit different, why not invest in one of our great experiences.