Cwmwennol Country House

Address: Swallowtree Woods, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA69 9DE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Swallowtree Woods, Saundersfoot, is near Folly Farm Adventure Park, The Dinosaur Park, Caldey Island, and Manorbier Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Saundersfoot

    Its not this way!

    A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 26, 2014

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    • Sorry about the late post but last night we couldn't get any internet or 3g. Not always a bad thing being off the grid. Anyway we left Porthcawl Thursday morning and headed north along the coast. Past Port Talbot and Swansea and out onto the Gower Peninsula. Jayne had researched a place called Oxwich Bay, which looked very picturesque and that was our destination for the day. Easier said than done I'm afraid and the bay itself was ...

    Coast path completed

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... completed this coast path, I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone. It's not only scenic but peppered with historical interest as well. On the whole it has been very well signposted though I would recommend carrying a map for reference. It mainly follows the coast but there are some deviations in places. It's always nice to have a back up. The bus services from April to the end of September make it extremely accessible during those months. Oh and don't ...

    Ceibwr to St Dogmaels

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... to an order of Benedictine monks. Apparently they fished the river using coracles and seine nets which are still used today although I can't say we saw any.

    We seek out the church to take a look at the Sagranus Stone which helped to decipher Ogham, an ancient Irish language, in the same fashion as the Rosetta Stone led to the understanding of Egyptian hieroglyphics. We also investigate the abbey ruins and stop to admire a yew tree which claims ...

    Newport to Ceibwr

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... from this point onwards - we walk on around the headland and onto a road which will take us down to Ceibwr Bay. Here there is a bench which seems to have our name on it...well actually it has a dead persons name on it, but you know what I mean. It is just gone two and we are both shattered. Would you walk on to the end at St Dogmael's if I were to walk it too, asks Mick? Yes, probably, I reply (it's another seven miles from here). Do you want to, I ask? Not really, says Mick! OK, ...

    Fishguard to Newport

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... or rather the lack of) at high tide - apparently it's no idle threat that your car may not be safe...spring tides are said to wash the doorsteps of the little cottages here! We leave the harbour and make our way to Castle Point, site of the Old Fort. The remains of this 18th century structure consist of a small building with barrel roof and a couple of walls. Apparently it was built following an attack on Fishguard by one Paul Jones. According to our guide book, he was ...