Ivybridge Guest House

Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA64 0FT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fishguard

Puffins!

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... are thousands of them also but we don’t see any except the carcasses of the ones eaten by the Great Black Backed Gulls who congregate for the easy meals. Puffins are strong enough to fight off the gulls but the shearwater are very clumsy on land and easy pickings. They stay out to sea all day and only come in to feed their chicks between midnight and 4 am. If it’s a bright moonlit night they may not even come ...

The Pembrokeshire Coast and St. Davids

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... born on a high cliff during a violent storm and that when he was christened he kicked splashing the holy water into the eyes of a blind priest. The priest was then able to see. All his miracles have to do with water. He eventually set up a monastery. The Normans built a stone church in its place in the 12th century which became a cathedral. A town with a cathedral is designated a city so ...

On to St. Davids

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... Norman fortress from 1190. The first wooden fortification was built by Arnulf de Montgomery. It enabled the Normans to hold firm against the Welsh who were rebelling against the Norman Invasion. Then Gerald de Windsor married a legendary Welsh Princess Nest 'the Helen of Wales’ and turned it into a Norman powerbase over the whole Southwest of Wales. Henry I established English ...

Morning swim and then Off to Cardiff

A travel blog entry by barblucas

... seeing James, via the windowsill and through several ornaments! An all too brief visit ended far too quickly. On to Cowbridge and another surprise for Jacqueline and Chris.....what an amazing house they have; The Mill, how wonderful to live in such a historic building. Again, a shame it was just a brief visit and the children were out, but better to have a brief hello than nothing at all! Finally, we get to Cardiff in the ...

The answer my friend is blow in' in the wind...

A travel blog entry by heatherham

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... as a house. The new station sits beside the old station (now one very impressive house). Wandered around the wharf area, shops and eating areas with everyone else whose plans for the day had been wrecked by the wind. Had hot soup for lunch and wandered back to our lodgings. In five and a half weeks this is the first time the weather had stopped our plans so we have counted ourselves as being very lucky. The weather report for tomorrow is more favourable so we will try again and have ...

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This hotel, located in Fishguard, is near Stena Line Limited and Llangloffan Farmhouse Cheese Centre.
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