Dolffanog Fawr

Talyllyn, Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, Wales, LL36 9AJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Wild weather on the Welsh coast!

A travel blog entry by roundaboutus

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We drove across the fat bit - all the way from Suffolk to Pembrokeshire. And what a joy to be back in Wales in the garden. www.dyffrynfernant.co.uk Even in the wild windy, wet winter that is February 2014 Christina keeps the garden beautifully. Structural plant shapes and seed heads protrude from the flower beds and bog garden. Dad and I set to on the fence project - I finished painting the grey planks and we attached ...

January......and this is the weather forecast....

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates

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... from that dreaded corrupt unelected Soviet monolith), havent bothered to dredge the rivers. Net result is that a lot of Somerset now resembles Kevin Costner's Water World. As to be expected it was difficult to stop the flow of foreign aid that came pouring in from across the world.

January has also been a month of Car Trouble for Grant. His normally trusty Ford Ka decided to play up and whilst heading to the Railway Station one morning failed ...

Happy New Year 2014

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates

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We decided to head West and hook up with Clive, Gail & Owen to see in the New Year of 2014. We didnt leave until 6.30pm as we had both been working. Once again the weather in the World's Number One Holiday Destination was utterly appalling. Grant was driving and did a good job despite the howling wind and torrential rain. We got to Chez Scragg circa 8pm and pretty much hot footed it straight into the promiscuous debauchery of ...

So where is Paradise?

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates

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... Lampeter. It was great to see Aberaeron after our trip away and we then headed to see Clive, Gail & Owen who were putting us up for the night. Again it's good to see everyone and they all said that we had lost weight after the trip. Keeping the weight off may be the problem.

We all then headed back into Aberaeron and first stop was to say hello to Martin at The Cadwgan pub. Cousin Claire and her husband Steve were there and also Uncle Graham ...

Laura off to Aberystwyth

A travel blog entry by damystravels

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... you could ask for from a seaside student town. A well respected university that is equipped to take care of all student needs, a harbor, old churches, old but picture perfect townhouses on the seaside and even a castle. There's many cafés and pubs catering for tourists and locals.

I was just there for a day but Aberystwyth is one of those places I recommend visiting and that I will visit and explore further. Soon. I hope ...

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This hotel, located in Talyllyn, is near Talyllyn Railway Company and Aberdovey Golf Club.
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