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Plas Bodegroes, Nefyn Road, Pwllheli LL53 5TH, Wales. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.
The Bell at Skenfrith, Skenfrith, NP7 8UH, Wales. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.
Morgans Hotel, Somerset Place, Swansea SA1 1RR, Wales. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.
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Rough Guide to Wales. Tour Wales. This guide covers everything,
from Wales' pumping nightlife and rural cosmopolitanism to its
crags and castles. Critical reviews are given on accommodation
and restaurants suiting all pockets, from budget to luxury.
There are detailed descriptions of numerous walks, from gentle
lakeside strolls to serious mountain scrambles, and water sports,
including surfing and the locally pioneered sport of coasteering.
Moods of Cardigan Bay and West Wales Cardigan Bay is that large sweeping curve of the west coast of Wales, extending from Fishguard in the south to the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula in the north, facing defiantly out towards Ireland. The main centres of population are the towns of Cardigan, Aberystwyth, Barmouth and Porthmadog. The castle town of Harlech is also included, although strictly speaking, it is now some little way inland. The 140 photographs in this book set out to capture the many moods of this coastline, sometimes busy with holiday-makers, sometimes remote and aloof. It was along this coastline that, many years ago, the Vikings came and plundered before some of them ended up settling here. Large estuaries combine with intimate little coves, all inextricably bound up with the sea. Award-winning photographer, Nick Jenkins has sought to portray this immense coastline in both its summer colours and in the rages of mid winter..
Epic Views of a Small Country
Jan Morris celebrates Wales and all things Welsh. A personal
study, it reflects the rich bilingual literature and folklore,
the buildings and varied landscapes, the national character
and humour, historical predicaments and the political condition
of this small but extraordinary country. Tour Wales.
Bank Manager and the Holy Grail: Travels to the Wilder Reaches
Tour Wales. Byron Rogers' Wales is not the stereotypical nation
of rugby heroes, eisteddfods and coal mining. His travels take
him to an altogether stranger and more magical country. He pieces
together the story of Kaiser Wilhelm's sojourn in a Welsh spa
town before the Great War, and tours the Welsh waxwork museum
largely populated with effigies of Prince Philip discarded by
Madame Tussaud's. He also tells the true story of how a project
to ensure the survival of the Welsh language came to involve
the translation of pornographic novels, how Kurt Cobain proposed
to Courtney Love in a nightclub in Newport, and above all how
the Holy Grail came to be in the safe keeping of the manager
of Lloyd's Bank in Aberystwyth.
Pocket Modern Welsh Dictionary: A Guide to the Living Language
This dictionary gives a unique and invaluable description of
today's Welsh, illustrated by examples drawn from a wide range
of contemporary sources. It will be of interest and help to
native Welsh speakers and to English speakers studying or working
in Welsh. Tour Wales.
Castles: A Guide by Counties
Tour Wales. The medieval castles of Wales are an imposing group
of monuments. Although there are examples from the Norman period,
the vast majority of the surviving castles date from the thirteenth
century, a dramatic and turbulent period when Wales was nearly
united under native rule before succumbing to Edward I's conquest:
Caernarfon, Conway, Harlech and Beaumaris are justly famous,
but fine examples can be found elsewhere, in Pembroke, Kidwelly
and Chepstow in south Wales; native Welsh castles feature prominently.
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Tour Wales. A totally revamped guide, with new and enticing
listings throughout. Includes comprehensive coverage of Wales'
attractions, from Cardiff to the Brecon Beacons and Anglesey,
and offers extensive information on the many activities on offer
throughout the country, from hiking up Snowdon to coasteering
- A Nationhood
Tour Wales. Wales, A Nationhood offers an insight into the history
and culture of Wales. Includes a consideration of Owain Glydwr,
Wales' musical heritage, the Welsh Folk Museum, the Welsh language
and the national sport, rugby.
Wales / Tirlun Cymru
Tour Wales. Visitors to Wales have long appreciated the wealth
of attractive and accessible landscape to be found within the
compact dimensions of this fascinating part of the United Kingdom.
Imposing mountains, sheltered valleys, a dramatic coastline,
glittering lakes, chuckling streams, silent forests and tidy
fields give shape and character, in endlessly pleasing variety,
to this enormously appealing country. The ever-changing seasons
enrich the mix, each adding its own character to the scene.
The freshness of woodland in spring, the haze-softened lushness
of summer meadows and the ‘mists and mellow fruitfulness’
of autumn contrast with the clarity of distant mountains on
a frosty morning, or the mesmerising power of a winter storm
pounding a rocky coast. In this book, we highlight the splendours
of this remarkable land. Our national parks, Snowdonia, the
Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire coast, contain features
and environments of international importance. Elsewhere,the
landscape includes farmland, undisturbed natural habitat and
places where people enjoy a wide range of leisure activity,
from the most relaxing to the daringly energetic.
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