Aberarth, on the Welsh coastal path

As a geographer and traveller the word undulate references landscape and in particular a rolling landscape of Wales. The coastal path north from Aberaeron to Aberarth and south from Aberaeron to New Quay is definitely undulating. On a rare sunny day on Cardigan Bay I reached Aberarth and was delighted with what I found, brightly coloured cottages […]

Portmeirion – The five x W’s!

What – Portmeirion  is an Italian style village open for day visits and overnight stays in Hotel Portmeirion, village rooms, Castle Deudraeth and self catering cottages. Often used in films particularly The Prisoner during the 1960’s. It’s colourful and has a very definite Mediterranean feel especially when the sun is shining. There are coastal and woodland […]

The Grey Traveller at the Harbourmaster – Aberaeron, Wales.

The Harbourmaster Hotel in Aberaeron, Wales –  Unique, boutique and fantastic customer service. Couldn’t ask for a better location looking over the pretty harbour and out to Cardigan Bay. As soon as you drive along the pretty seaside harbour of Aberaeron you can see the purple painted Harbourmaster sitting proudly almost at the entrance to […]

Aberarth, Wales.

There hasn’t been a pub in Aberarth since the 1920’s a local informs us. He who likes to think he is obeyed and myself had walked along the coastal path from Aberaeron and were keen to sup ale and rest before we retraced our steps but it wasn’t to be! However we were delighted to […]