Corbett Arms Hotel
Travel Blogs from Tywyn
... the roads for the majority of
the way. We had a very close call with a
bus as we entered a small village and it took some inch by inch maneuvering to
get by. Wing mirrors still intact
As we arrived in Harlech where we are spending the night,
the Halech castle suddenly appeared before us as we rounded a bend and it
looked amazing. Our camp site is between
the castle and the beach and apparently the ...
... made for a fantastic night not to remember. :) The next morning we drove to the big pit mining museum and went 300ft underground into the mine. It was absolutely terrible in my opinion. My anxiety was through the roof because 1. I despise elevators and these were about as terrifying as they get, 2. I despise small spaces, and 3. I despise being cold. At least once we were done with that, we went to a national park and were able to do some exploring. The John ...
... with several comedians on the topic of three songs that were important to them, a break-up song, a song they fell in love to and the first song they bought. With snacks provided and the chance for the audience to contribute couple with the venue, The Royal House this looked like a gentle and charming way to begin the last day of the festival.
The Royal House is one of the oldest houses in Wales and gets its name from a claim that Charles 1st ...
... another on the guitar (ditto). It works. Very well. Star players were Nish Kumar who had a strong start and Josie Long who finished superbly when she finally got the idea about what she was supposed to do. Quite a lot of audience interaction and all in all a really good idea. Two shows will never be the same so this is one you could watch repeatedly.
This year there were Saturday night shows starting at 23:30. I don’t think they have been that late before. We chose ...
... thewaenbrewery.co.uk These nice people run some of the temporary bars for the festival and have a long association with it. They produce several fine beers and a lager (called Llager) and I was pleased to be able to try some of their stuff again, having apparently missed the porter in Shrewsbury 10 days previously. It’s very good and they sell quite a lot, I think. It’s possible that some of it was being used to fuel the excitement in the main hall.