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Dog Friendly Castles In Mid-Wales

Published: 02/08/2023

There are plenty of dog-friendly activities to enjoy in both Mid. Whether you prefer to explore historic sites, visit charming towns and villages, relax by serene lakes, or stroll along beautiful coastlines, the region offers a diverse range of options for delightful days out with your furry companion.

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8 Welsh Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss

Published: 06/07/2023

Discover the best Welsh festivals attend this year, including Welsh music festivals, literary festivals and even food festivals. There is something for everyone.

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5 Romantic Places to visit in Wales

Published: 16/03/2023 / Author: Lake Country House

With stunning scenery, gorgeous villages and fascinating history, Wales has plenty to offer when it comes to choosing a location for your next romantic getaway. In fact, love is taken so seriously in Wales, it has its own patron saint of lovers, with St Dwynwen's Day (Dydd Santes Dwynwen) celebrated annually on January 25th.

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The Best Things to do in Wales in Winter

Published: 19/01/2023 / Author: Lake Country House

Even though it’s cold outside, the winter season has a lot to offer if you can wrap up warm and brave the icy weather. There are many fun activities to experience in Wales in the winter, such as hiking up the hills of Snowdonia, visiting small villages, or even admiring the historic charms of local castles where you can learn more about Wales’ fascinating history.

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Valentines Breaks and Romantic Places in Wales

Published: 02/11/2022 / Author: Lake Country House

Searching for a little romance far from those increasingly maddening crowds this year? Whether it is to mark St Valentine’s Day 2017, the Welsh equivalent of St Dwynwen’s Day, or just to treat your partner to a well-deserved break, mid Wales provides some idyllic places for couples to spark their romantic side. Here are just some of the locations and activities to stir the heart on your next visit:

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A Quick Guide to Hay on Wye: Top 6 Things to See and Do

Published: 02/11/2022 / Author: Dominic Garnett

Hay-on-Wye bookshops

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Things to do in Mid Wales Spring 2023

Published: 01/11/2022 / Author: Lake Country House

Wales is thought to have more historic castles per square mile than anywhere else in the World. And, surpisingly, four times more sheep than people. It's a wonderful, beautiful, eccentric place; worth your time and camera lens. 

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Post Lockdown Bucket List 2023

Published: 01/11/2022 / Author: Tom Hall

If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that the coronavirus lockdown is becoming tedious. Through the long dark of winter, we’ve been mostly cooped up indoors, unable to properly see family and friends. We’re now desperate for the sun to return and to get out and about. Back to normality.  

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5 Stunning Waterfall Walks in Brecon Beacons

Published: 08/09/2022 / Author: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa

The Brecon Beacons is a mountain range in the South of Wales that has incomparable views of the rolling countryside, alongside its breathtaking waterfall walks. Areas of the Brecon Beacons are even known as Waterfall Country because of its sheer abundance of gorgeous cascades. 

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Top 5 Walking Routes in Mid Wales

Published: 21/12/2020 / Author: Lake Country House

Wales is a realm of abundant forests and rugged mountain tops. Of rolling pastures and winding rivers. Of lonely coast and lost upland roads. Wales is beautifully bleak and gently bucolic at the same time. It’s not so much a place to be visited as immersed in, explored, and cherished for a lifetime. Once you arrive, you’ll not want to leave.

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