Llangoed Hall

Address: Llyswen, Llyswen, Powys, Wales, LD3 0YP, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Llyswen

    Family Holiday 2015

    A travel blog entry by duncan.murray on Aug 11, 2015

    First full day today, after travelling down yesterday. Had a great day yesterday, in Mumbles. it was very warm despite the rain as we travelled up. the family game of logo last night often descended into farce, too many sweets I think. So a cooked breakfast on board, we are off this morning to explore the local ...

    Planning and Packing

    A travel blog entry by cusan on Jul 30, 2015


    Less than 2 weeks to go and we have never been so disorganized for a holiday! This one is particularly complicated as we have 4 flights (plus Tegz's flight) and stay in 5 different hotels, rather than the houses we usually rent. I'm now frantically trying to find all my email reservations and work out a) how we get from the airports to the hotels and b) which ones have we actually paid in ...

    Hiking the Gower Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by tonezf on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... who knew that could happen?). After a pint it's time for a cream tea, walk along the beach dinner and then we hit the local pub for a few drinks. The thing is with these types of groups is the folk are so diverse and rather interesting.

    As predicted the following day brings decent rainfall. It is Watery Wales after all. That's ok however it gives me a chance to relax before heading back to the city of over 8 million ...

    Nepali update

    A travel blog entry by philji on Dec 15, 2014

    ... city. We also met a lovely sadhu( Hindu renunciant)here who had come from India and sat in a little enclave with few possessions, a fire which he kept lit and distributed ashes to visitors( ash being what everything turns into over time), his bright eyes sparkling in the darkly lit room. The Newari or traditional Nepali people interestingly observe a fusion of shamanic, Hindu and Buddhist belief and practice and have no problem venerating deities ...

    Official packing has begun

    A travel blog entry by ectune on Aug 22, 2014

    ... iron my clothes and make an effort even though it's again very unlikely to Happen). However I have hAd a half successful evening by reducing the amount of toiletries I take. Auntie Deb came over earlier and had a pretty big shock when my mum showed her my bag of toiletries - but I mean she was always gojng to have a shock this is a lady who camps in the middle of no where with 2 pairs of knickers and one pair of walking shoes. I mean I know I'm gojng 'travelling' ...