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Blog posts for tag: Wales

A Romantic Stay in 12th Century Roch Castle

15 Jan 2017
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It’s not every day you get to stay in an 800-year-old fort, particularly one as stylish as 12th Century Roch Castle. Like a chess piece rook, it stands on a rocky outcrop between coast and countryside…

A Private 5-Star Country Manor in Pembrokeshire with just Eight Guestrooms

11 Sep 2016
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If first impressions are historic, the interior is startlingly contemporary by contrast, with cleverly designed interiors that bear the minimalist hallmark of internationally lauded architect Keith Griffiths…

A Luxury Hotel in Wales with a Windmill as its Centrepiece

9 Sep 2016
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I arrive at the hotel on a rain-lashed summer evening, but even this has its charm. Straddling three floors of the original windmill tower, my vast, circular suite, Tyddewi, looks out across meadows and St Brides Bay, ethereally cloaked in wreaths of mist, to the hills beyond…

Staycations: Best locations to invest in a holiday home

19 Aug 2016
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British holidaymakers are seeing the light and choosing to stay in good ol’ Blighty when it comes to their summer holidays, opting for a staycation somewhere new instead of facing the long flights and all-inclusive buffets that come with a family holiday abroad. Last year, 13million Brits spent £19.6 billion on trips in the UK…