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Posted by News Editor at 03:45 on Wednesday 13 April 2016
As part of our series on the eight Protected Landscapes of Wales, we have produced a guide to the Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Posted by Richard Hammond at 02:23 on Thursday 07 April 2016
As part of our celebration of the eight Protected Landscapes of Wales, we have produced a guide to the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of...
Posted by at 09:19 on Tuesday 05 April 2016
As part of our celebration of the eight Protected Landscapes of Wales, we have produced a guide to the Welsh section of the magical Wye Valley Area...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 12:29 on Wednesday 12 February 2014
Richard Hammond finds an unfussy, four star, independently owned country house hotel and restaurant, well known for its local food, in the Vale of...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 10:14 on Tuesday 11 February 2014
Whether you're looking for a quick bite to eat, a rural escape for a few nights away or a base for an activity holiday with children, bike or...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 05:01 on Tuesday 04 February 2014
Sandwiched between the Cambrian Mountains and the Brecon Beacons, Lasswade is a comfortable country hotel from a bygone era, serving up award-winning...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 09:30 on Friday 31 January 2014
Florence visits Blaenglanhanog, a 250-year old drover's cottage in Powys, with Cambrian Mountain views, bara brith on arrival, and a charismatic...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 03:27 on Monday 01 July 2013
Florence Fortnam stays at The Old Coach House, a two-room B&B in the beautiful Dyfi Valley with organic gardens, comfy rooms and fantastic...
Posted by at 02:01 on Wednesday 26 June 2013
John Sannaee nestles down in a room with a view in this lovingly restored, family-run B&B well placed for all that the Brecon Beacons have to...
Posted by at 01:10 on Monday 24 June 2013
John Sannaee discovers an ultra-green getaway that doesn’t sacrifice comfort or luxury, in one of Wales’ loveliest villages, Talybont-on-Usk
Posted by Paul Miles at 12:11 on Wednesday 19 June 2013
With its big crunchy gravel drive and a double-height reception room where a grandfather clock ticks, this former granary is rather grand and...
Posted by at 02:11 on Tuesday 13 September 2011
Julie Falconer reviews a welcoming 4 star bed and breakfast in the seaside town of Llandudno in Wales.