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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and try a couple of axel turns.
While having a hot chocolate in the hotel at the top of the falls we decided to find some accommodation near Pembrokeshire, about a 2 hour drive away. The hotel was called PremierInn with the guaranteed "good night's sleep". The bed was about 3 feet high and very comfortable. For tea we went to the neighbouring restaurant called "The Lost ...
... in June and 'Mick from East Anglia' in September. And what an inspiration these guys were...both in their seventies but still up for the challenge :-) Highlights for me included: revisiting St Govans chapel, not to mention cream tea at Stackpole Quay, snorkelling with Jo in St Brides Haven, RIB ride at Sandy Haven, seeing Mill Bay where Henry Tudor landed (I have just been reading a book about this), stumbling across the unexpected modern sculptures called The ...
... slipway we place our feet on the footprint signifying the start of the 180 mile walk to Amroth...hey, where's the one signifying the end? And just to top it all we still have another mile to walk to reach the village as that's where Ian has parked the car.
St Dogmael's is a tiny place but very quaint. A Celtic monk came here circa 5-6 century although it was later sacked by Norse Raiders. An abbey was later founded in the 12th century and it ...
... the path does flatten, it's only a short time before we are climbing again. By the time we have passed Foel Fach and gone on to climb still further at Foel Goch, we are 150m above sea level. It's a very pretty, if somewhat overgrown, walk with superb views in both directions. We can see, what looks like, Cemaes Head in the distance - it's unlikely we'll reach it today. And behind us, the path we walked yesterday stretches out with clear views back to Dinas Head and beyond. The path ...
This morning we are back at Fishguard. Some more bits of trivia: 1. The town's name is derived from the Norse 'Fisgard' meaning (unsurprisingly), fish yard and dating back to the 8th century. 2. The modern 'upper town' along with Goodwick developed with the promise of a new harbour and railway line. 3. The old Fishguard around the harbour area was used to film location scenes in 'Under Milkwood'. We head to the harbour to investigate. There is a warning sign concerning ...