Ivybridge Guest House

Address: Drim Mill, Dyffryn, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA64 0JT, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Drim Mill, Dyffryn, Fishguard, is near Stena Line Limited.
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      Travel Blogs from Fishguard

      And back again

      A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Apr 11, 2015

      3 comments

      ... had 30 minutes or so before we were due to depart but they must have put us on an earlier train as all of a sudden we realised we were moving and then there was no light coming in the windows and we realised we had entered the Eurotunnel of Love. It was very quick, over before we knew it and we were out the other side and back in dirty old England. We drove for a bit, managing to stay mostly on the left and then decided that we were hungry due to our early start so pulled ...

      Can we go yet

      A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Mar 27, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Today is the day we were hitting the road again. Nothing as exciting as four months away like last year which in itself is a bit of a downer but we are all excited to be getting back into Sven. Despite only going away for two weeks there is still plenty to organise, especially because our house is for sale and Jessica needs to leave it in a state that will appeal to all who view it. This means us ...

      Via Devil's Bridge

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 04, 2015

      5 photos

      ... Jacobs Ladder. This took us to the bottom of the falls and many photo opportunities. Amy took a lot of photos of moss and lichen (to paint later for her art studies). The path then took us across a small slippery bridge across the water flow to start ascending the other side. One of the viewing platforms was still covered with thin layer of ice. It was fun trying to skate around on ...

      "Rain, rain go away! Come again another day."

      A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Nov 06, 2014

      ... for some of the white stuff (settle down! -  just milk and bread) and struggled home with windy, but balmy tales. Having been tempted by scant details of a Dylan Thomas Laugharne walk led by John starting at 10:30, we skipped down the slope into town and waited in Brown's for John. Others had been hooked by this low-key advertising and were to be seen lurking in the Bar, not unlike a funeral wake on the death of a distant aunt. No ...

      Go west! Get wet!

      A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Nov 04, 2014

      ... Internet in the grandly named clubhouse came up with nothing, except for the usual spam and summer-orientated tourism.
      So .......Haverfordwest, west true to its name, beckoned. Off we went, bristling with enthusiasm and a modicum of optimism. Sadly, the weather worsened as we went westwards and the multi-storey carpark offered short-spell relief from the tumbling wet stuff. Haverfordwest became a limitedly successful escape - torrential, ...