Valley views: Welsh Glamping adds a magical touch to the Mid Wales glamping scene

The dead-end track peters out in a long, lovely buttercup meadow flanked by patches of stream-latticed native woodland whilst the Cambrian Mountains press craggily behind: until recently, you would only get to gaze on such stunning snapshots from the esoteric Afon Gwesyn valley if you were one of the few in-the-know hikers on the route up to the gorge’s swimming holes and the undiscovered uplands … Continue reading Valley views: Welsh Glamping adds a magical touch to the Mid Wales glamping scene

Cardigan Castle: staying over in the stately home of the original Welsh party

Cardigan does not, in fairness, much seem today like it ever could have hosted Wales’ biggest and best party. But back in 1176, the influential Lord Rhys, prince of most of South Wales, was at the zenith of his power and desired to host a cultural event to cement his status as the greatest Welsh ruler. And he chose Cardigan Castle as the venue. What … Continue reading Cardigan Castle: staying over in the stately home of the original Welsh party