Posted on 31/05/12, filed under Bank Holiday, Days Out, Festivals, Food, Wales | Comments Off
As the weather gets warmer, and hopefully even hotter, there is no need to be stuck indoors when there are so many amazing days out in Wales. June is a month packed full of festivals, feasts, galas and concerts, from the brand new to the well established, so we’ve picked a few to give you a taste of what Wales has to offer.
10 of the best June events
Posted on 30/05/12, filed under Accommodation, Activities, Guest Blog, Pembrokeshire, Wales | Comments Off
Introducing Bluestone Experiences, short breaks with a difference at Bluestone in the spectacular Pembrokeshire countryside within the heart of West Wales. Continue reading
Posted on 28/05/12, filed under Days Out, Food | Comments Off
Afternoon tea is something quaint essentially British. It dates back to the 1800’s when Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford started to take a cup of tea and light snack during the afternoon to stop hung pangs before her evening meal. From then on the custom to take afternoon tea has grown into something of a British pastime.
And with the Jubilee celebrations this week it’s the perfect time… Continue reading
Posted on 25/05/12, filed under Brecon Beacons, Walking | Comments Off
Name: Dan Linstead, editor of Wanderlust magazine
Dan Linstead has been editor of Wanderlust magazine since 2006. His recent travels have taken him to Mexico, Borneo, Morocco and Rajasthan, but he still gets absurdly excited every time he crosses the Severn Bridge to Wales.
Posted on 23/05/12, filed under Festivals, Food | Comments Off
Name: Alyn Williams
Job: Head chef at The Westbury Hotel in Mayfair, London
Alyn Williams is a guest chef at Pembrokeshire Fish Week, 23 June – 1 July 2012. Here he explains why he’s looking forward to the challenge of catching his food and cooking it.