Fern Hill Orchard Bed and Breakfast

Newbridge Road, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, Wales, SA33 4SJ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Newbridge Road, Laugharne, is near Dylan Thomas Boathouse, Laugharne Castle, Sir John's Hill, and Abermawr Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Laugharne

The Pleasantest Spot in Wales

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Aug 07, 2014

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Our week at Manorbier has come to a close, as tomorrow morning we must -- sadly -- depart. While we've done and seen a lot (hiking along the coast path on the 4th, going to St. David's on the 5th, to Lamphey Bishop's Palace and Carew Castle on the 6th, and over to the local church of St. James the Great today), it's generally been a peaceful time. The boys have loved going down to the beach on almost a daily basis. I taught them pool today at ...

Croeso i Gymru

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Aug 01, 2014

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Today begins our stay in Wales, which will see us through to the end of our (rather long) sojourn across the sea.

Manorbier Castle, the home of Gerald of Wales, lies in Pembrokeshire, approximately a three-hour drive from Frome. We detoured a bit on the way, driving through Bradford-on-Avon (where my father was born) to have a look at the Tithe Barn and then over to Tintern Abbey to see, well, the ...

Rural Wales

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Aug 01, 2014

... overhung with trees and bordered with ferns. I have done a bit of walking and a bit of eating cream teas in NT cafes and I spent a day exploring Tenby which despite being very busy was full of interest. Unfortunately Treacle is not well, it may be the dried pigs ear I fed her but she has a very upset stomach and is very ...

We Did It!!

A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 29, 2014

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SO MUCH CURSED SAND DOWN AND UPHILL (At one point, I called up to Donnie, “You’ll have to lasso me and pull me up!” His reply: “See you in Mumbles” by which he meant, “Oh, my darling wife, I have no rope and so, alas, cannot help you in the way you and I would both like!!” I speak "heckling" so that's how I knew to translate it that way. How can you have sand dunes going up a cliff so far away from ...

Now This is More Like It!!

A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 28, 2014

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We strode along easily and happily, enjoying the fantastic view. The trail took a weird turn into a farmer’s field where we felt as if we were walking around a labyrinth, but finally we escaped the wheat and climbed over a stile. We almost missed the turn that took us down closer to the ocean where it became much narrower. The beach reminded us of the Bay of Fundy with huge slabs of rock, but much more majestic. We walked for about ...

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