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Canal cruising: all aboard

Narrow boat cruising, stop when you want eat when you want and sleep where and when you want to. Brilliant.

Great countryside.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Sailing and Boating
  • Written November 1, 2003
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My son at the helm!!


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Gellifawr: Cottage in a national park

Gellifawr is an old farm, and has two types of accommodation - a hotel, and self-catering cottages. I stayed in one of the cottages, called "Y Bwthyn".

The cottages are compact, but very modern and comfortable, with all the mod cons.

The hotel also has an excellent restaurant and bar, so there is always the option of eating out if you don't feel like cooking.

There is a third option, and this is where it gets really good. The restaurant make pre-packaged meals which you can have delivered to your cottage. All you have to do is heat them up and you can have a fabulous meal in the privacy and comfort of your own cottage.

What made Gellifawr special for me was the peace and tranquility. It is right in the middle of Pembrokeshire National Park, and one look out the window confirms it. You can see for miles, and the views are fantastic. There are heaps of walks you can go on - right from your front door. Great for both body and mind.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, National/State Park
  • Written August 21, 2003
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Gellifawr Hotel and Restaurant


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Bryn Bras Castle: Lots of choices in Castles

The Castle is in Snowdonian foothills

I had not been there, but I wanted to save it, as something interesting to do in my future visits to Wales

They have apartments per week - £350 - £620

For short Breaks 2 persons for 2 nights from £160



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  • Related to: Family Travel, Luxury Travel, Castles and Palaces
  • Written March 18, 2003

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Another castle to sleep

This Castle has become an historic hotel on the site of Brecon with great views of The Brecon Beacons National Park and only 300 metres from the centre of Brecon.

I had not been there, but I wanted to save it, as something interesting to do in my future visits to Wales

From Budget single £49/ 59 or double £64/ 79



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  • Related to: Castles and Palaces, Luxury Travel, Family Travel
  • Written March 18, 2003

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Bed & Breakfast at Gwydir Castle: Sleeping in castles?

You have the option to sleep in one of the tow rooms, the kings one or the Duke one.... something special for a special night!

I will have to try next time! I got this in one of my researches, I had not been there, but I wanted to share with you, as I founded interesting.

Gwydir Castle is situated in the Conwy Valley
King's Room £75 per night

Duke of Beaufort's Chamber £65 per night.


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  • Related to: Castles and Palaces, Family Travel, Luxury Travel
  • Written March 18, 2003

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Maenllwyd Guest House: Guest Houses are a good bet!

We stayed in a Guest House in the town of Machynlleth...a great central location in which to explore mid Wales!

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written February 17, 2003
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A small Welsh town...


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  • Reviews: 208

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Ty-Hapus Guesthouse: Entertainment for breakfast

Small, but cosy B&B, run by very friendly people. And their dog is adorable... Rooms are spacious, shared bathroom in the corridor.

A traditional Welsh breakfast is served (although I don't seem to recognize the differences between Welsh, Scottish, English & Irish breakfasts...). And while enjoying our breakfast we got live entertainment from the landlord, who did 'magical tricks' with a tea towel!

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  • Written February 11, 2003

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