Bed and Breakfast Wales
by Peter Sylvester
Bed and Breakfast Wales offers you something quite different.
Those who value a friendly atmosphere, the leisure to travel where they choose at a moment’s notice and countryside with its own individual character should look immediately to Bed and Breakfast Wales.
Try Cardiff's magnificent castle or the beautiful west coast of Pembrokeshire or the grandeur of Snowdonia. You'll find Wales is a tiny, sparsely-populated gem to the west of England.
Their language is still extant and Bed and Breakfast Wales offers you a personal welcome you’ll never forget.
BED AND BREAKFAST WALES THE SNOWDONIA WAY
Snowdonia, known in Welsh as Eryri (Land of the Eagles), is a land of high peaks, steep, plunging valleys and open moorland bounded on the west by the Lleyn Peninsula and the Cardigan Coast.
Rocky mountains, glacial lakes, waterfalls and wilderness compete for attention.
Take your Bed and Breakfast Wales in Betws-y-Coed and you start from a spot where three rivers meet and the river Conwy move swiftly to the sea.
Prehistoric man and Celtic chiefs have left their mark there. The Romans built roads and forts. Pilgrims visited. The Welsh Princes of Gwynedd reigned from mountain strongholds and armies disappeared into the vastness of the remote countryside, eluding their enemies.
And the ideal way to start is booking bed and breakfast. Wales offers the visitor an experience of the culture of the past - while enjoying the beauty of today. And in the centre is the magnificent horseshoe of Snowdon.
What it lacks in sheer height (it is a relatively puny 1113m) it makes up for in true beauty.
BED AND BREAKFAST THE PEMBROKE WAY
On the other hand travel through the mid-Wales panorama of hillside farms, lush valleys, mountains and lakes and you will find yourself poised for a different bed and breakfast. Wales is a country with contrasting beauties.
Barley Villa, Walwyns Castle, Haverfordwest is a centrally located 20 acres with activities for all ages.
Wales is ideal for walking, cycling, water sports, sailing, country houses, castles, golf courses and such bird islands as Skomer and Skokholm.
On the edge of the Pembrokeshire National Park with its coastal path and spectacular scenery you’ll receive traditional hearty breakfasts to set you up for a day and then relax in comfortable surroundings.
En-suite rooms have hospitality tray; clock radio and hairdryer and it is 3 star rated by the Wales Tourist Board, and is a member of the Farmstay Organisation. All from £22-£27!
What a place to enjoy Bed and Breakfast Wales.
Try Bed and Breakfast Wales in a Castle!
Peter Sylvester is a seasoned UK journalist (NUJ 020267) who has worked with BBC Radios 4 and 5 Live, World Service, The Natural History Programme, Today, The Afternoon Shift, Farming Today, On This Day, and more. He produced "Class Five" for Sybil Ruscoe for three years.
As a journalist, Mr. Sylvester has covered such topics as: military events and characters, education, social problems, agriculture, cryptozoology, literary history, environment, drugs, jewelery, ferrets, and sports. But not ferret sports. Those are out.
Mr. Sylvester has written for such magazines as The Field, My Weekly, The Woodworker, and Radio Times. In previous successful careers, he has been an actor, teacher, and trader of gold, silver, and precious stones. He lives near Evesham in Cleeve Prior.