Posted on 05/10/12, filed under Days Out, Festivals, Food, Regions | Comments Off
There is no need to be down about the end of summer in Wales, as autumn sees the start of the ‘food festival’ season. Whilst food markets, fairs and festivals can be found all year round across Wales, most seem to be during the autumn months, giving us something to be cheerful about as the nights draw in. Take a look at these events coming up over the next few… Continue reading
Posted on 03/10/12, filed under Cardiff, Music, Wales | Comments Off
Whilst Munich has beer and sausages, in Cardiff it’s all about the music with two high-profile music festivals taking place across various venues in the city.
Starting things off early with newcomer Cardiff Music Festival. Only in their second year, the festival aims to bring classical music and musical theatre to a much wider… Continue reading
Posted on 14/09/12, filed under Brecon Beacons | Comments Off
The unspoilt beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park attracts thousands of holidaymakers each year. It’s landscape of green hills, rocky crags, rugged mountains, rivers and lakes attract keen walkers, families and those looking to getaway from their busy urban life.
Covering 520 square miles, the national park sits in mid Wales providing easy access from north and south England. Perhaps due to its green beauty, it’s not surprising… Continue reading
Posted on 10/09/12, filed under Cardigan Bay & Ceredigion, Food, Regions | Comments Off
Llangoed Hall offers modern dinning using the finest Welsh produce
Locally grown fresh produce is the food trademark of Wales, but picking where to eat on your holiday or short break can be tricky. If you’re holidaying in mid Wales this year and enjoy dining out take a look these award winning restaurants.
Posted on 23/08/12, filed under Competitions, Pembrokeshire, Wales | Comments Off
Now in its fourth consecutive year, Red Bull Cliff Diving makes its anticipated UK debut on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th September. And what better place to do so than Wales, birthplace of coasteering; our own take on cliff diving. Continue reading