Nant-Y-Ffin Hotel & Motel

Address: Llandissilio Clynderwen, Llandissilio, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA66 7SU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Llandissilio Clynderwen, Llandissilio, is near Oakwood Theme Park.
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Travel Blogs from Llandissilio

How Much?

A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 26, 2014

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... buying. Sat nav programmed and off we went. After a while we turned onto the A484. Another of those roads, twisty and turny with a tunnel of trees overhead and a river running alongside on the valley floor. Stunning. The only thing that distracted us was the sat nav telling us to turn left towards dog willy! Actually spelt Dolg Willi but oh how we laughed!!! Just through Aberaeron we came across a ...

Its not this way!

A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 26, 2014

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... to find. "I think we past the sign, turn around. No that's not it reverse up. Still nothing go back the first way" all well and good until the roads are only marginally wider that Margy and the next turn off is 5 miles further on. Still this was the adventure we signed up for and eventually we arrived at Oxwich Bay. 6 to park the motorhome for a few hours, no overnight parking and the advertised camp site only took tents! Bugger! Back up ...

Coast path completed

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 15, 2014

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... that didn't feel quite so bad at the end :-) Don't be tempted to skip the Milford Haven section - many people do. The blend of industry and nature is very interesting - I have never seen pipelines this close up. It's also quite surprising that, during the walk around the oil refinery in the Pembroke side of the Haven, you can hardly see the refinery at all! Do take a small pair of binoculars for seal spotting, puffin watching, bird watching and so on. We ...

Ceibwr to St Dogmaels

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 14, 2014

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... it's very well disguised - i.e. I can't see it.

After some winding, the path is back on the cliffs with sheer drops below. We are still climbing as we make our way from the base of the mighty Foel Hendre to Pwllygranant. Apparently large sections of the path here were damaged in the storms of 1993 - it all looks fine again now although there is evidence of damage and in places the path is very soft underfoot. Probably a good thing as I am back ...

Newport to Ceibwr

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 13, 2014

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... the direction of Carreg Bicca, an iconic lump of stone sitting in the sea and then it's downwards on a scary and slippery descent towards Bwn Bach. Looking back, the path looks practically vertical! The descents, though steep, do ease off a little as we approach an area of erosion at Careg Yspar - very photogenic. And now, rounding a corner and making another steep descent, we happen upon a real gem of a place - Pwll y Wrach (the Witch's Cauldron). It's actually a collapsed cave ...