Fronoleu Country Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sheep, we went under 4 stone arch bridges, over one viaduct and stopped at 6 stations. Sometimes we picked up or dropped off passengers who went for walks into the hills. We even had a 20 stop at the penultimate station for refreshments - Jessamy and Keely had an icecream (unbelieveable), the rest of us had a hot drink (much smarter).
After the train ride it was only 5PM but getting quite dark, It was a fairly "hairy" drive for another hour over to Aberystwyth. Narrow ...
... cakes and fudge were also a great sweetener, literally. To my annoyance, the television was only telecasting a radio broadcast o the champions league that night, leaving us watching a scoreboard or the entire game, however a game show called 'The Chase,' which has been keeping us greatly entertained, was up to standards. The rain was still coming down as we hit the hay for our last night in Wales, satisfied that we had explored the amazing town of ...
Bobs big brekky kicked the day off to a great start: a full English breakfast with a new addition, a Scottish scone, which is similar to a piece of flat pita bread and tastes wonderful. We were, once again, amazed at how fortunate we had been with weather, as it was raining again today as we drove to betws-y-coed, again thankful that all the distances were so short and the driving so little.
... she didn’t come out)
but he wasn’t particularly interested in us so after a very expensive afternoon
tea we moved on to find somewhere to spend the night. We noted that James drives a Maserati so that
may explain our $52 afternoon tea!!
We find a lovely sounding spot in the Brit Stop book called the
Cothi Bridge Pub and it lived up to its billing. Overlooking a lovely river which apparently has
trout in ...
Got up VERY early to get a full day in! Headed to the base of Tryfan where we multi-pitched up Grooved Arete (VDiff). Or that was the intention anyway. After the first few pitches we realised we were going off route somewhat when Simon got completely stuck and had a sort of panic attack. He managed to get down again and studying the guidebook we figured that we were in fact now way off track and ...