Six of the Best Golf Destinations in Wales

by admin on April 19, 2012

in Wales

The golfing season is now in full swing – pardon the pun! – following The Masters and many people will be inspired by the recent exploits of players like Bubba Watson in Augusta to head away on a short break to play a few rounds in unfamiliar surroundings. [click to continue…]


Get Wild in Wales

When the sun is shining and the weather is sweet, there’s only one place you want to be – outside! We all know about the beautiful beaches of Devon and Cornwall but what about the un-touched beaches of Wales? Here we have a look at what’s available for the wild at heart in Wales.

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Whatever Floats Your Boat – Boating Holidays on the UK’s Waterways

There’s something undeniably romantic about the idea of gently cruising along Britain’s picturesque waterways. No traffic noise or jams, a leisurely pace, a choice of destinations with constantly changing scenery and the opportunity to moor at some pleasant waterside hostelry for a relaxed lunch or dinner.

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This One’s for the Lovers – Five Famously Romantic UK Places

Britain just oozes with romance. There’s just something about the UK which seems to bring out the lovey-dovey side of great artists, writers and film makers. Maybe it’s the landscapes: rolling hills, bluebell carpeted woods and windswept moors. Maybe it’s the seasons: what could be more romantic than snuggling up to a crackling log fire […]

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Beauty and the Beach… in Wales

Oh we do like to be beside the seaside, and while there will always be a place in our hearts for the traditional brash British holiday resort with its kiss-me-quick hats, amusement arcades and fish-and-chip cafes, there are times when somewhere a little quieter, more secluded and serene is required.

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