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  • Kidwelly Castle

    Kidwelly is on a par with the other great castles of Wales. READ MORE...

  • Snowdon Lodge

    North Wales' premier hostel and the birthplace of Lawrence of Arabia!READ MORE...

  • Castell y Bere

    Castell y Bere was a remote outpost on Llywelyn’s southern frontier, but it was vital to his security.READ MORE...

  • Cross Foxes

    Grade II listed, featuring a stylish bar and grill with an open kitchen. Luxurious, individually furnished accommodation.READ MORE...

  • Denbigh Castle

    Denbigh’s triple-towered great gatehouse could well be one of the seven wonders of Wales!READ MORE...

  • Haverfordwest Castle

    This castle was considered, at the time, to be one of the strongest castles in Wales and it remained a Norman stronghold throughout its history.READ MORE...

  • Trefloyne Manor

    Trefloyne Manor offers guests a peaceful retreat in the heart of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park., just five minutes’ drive takes you to beachesREAD MORE...

  • Dolronwy B&B

    Quietly situated in the oldest part of Dolgellau, called Y Lawnt, just a two-minute walk from local restaurants, coffee houses, pubs and shops. READ MORE...

  • Madoc Yacht Club

    Madoc Yacht Club is situated on the side of the Historic Porthmadog Harbour. The Club also has a vibrant social calendar.READ MORE...

  • Welsh Highland Heritage Railway

    The W.H.H.R. runs for half a mile (0.8 km) to Pen-y-Mount Junction, where the railway connects with the Welsh Highland Railway main line. The trainREAD MORE...

  • Raglan Castle

    Everything’s great about this place, from its great tower, which evokes memories of earlier fortresses like Caernarfon, to the great gatehouse.READ MORE...

  • Morgans Hotel, Swansea

    In Swansea’s historic Maritime Quarter, Morgans Hotel provides luxurious rooms with free Wi-Fi, 5 minutes’ walk from the city centre.READ MORE...