The Gwbert Hotel

Gwbert on Sea, Cardigan, Ceredigion, Wales, SA43 1PP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gwbert on Sea, Cardigan.
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    Fishguard to Newport

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... the other direction we can clearly see today's goal...Newport Sands...and a good deal further along tomorrow's route. Now we make our way back down the Head, passing Needle Rock and arriving at the picturesque village of Cwm-y-Eglwys in time for a late lunch. We stop to examine the remains of a ruined church and half a graveyard - the rest was swallowed up by the sea during a terrible storm in 1859. More of the graveyard was lost in 1979. There are some gorgeous ...

    Strumble Head to Fishguard

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... French surrendered. Leaving the monument, we drop down into Cwm Fellin which offers some shade in its leafy valley. We cross a bubbling stream and then we are puffing our way back up the other side. This is to be the start of another energetic couple of hours of steep descents and ascents as we negotiate the many inlets. Up ahead the sound of strimmers - the National Trust are busy cutting the undergrowth down for us walkers. We thank them kindly ...

    Aber Bach to Strumble Head

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 10, 2014

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    I'm on my own again today. Ian drops me at Aber Bach to pick up the path. Legend tells that a fisherman once caught a mermaid here and took her back to his cottage. The mermaid escaped leaving a curse that no child would ever be born there. It turns out that this curse was not broken until 1960. I climb a steep path leaving the pebble beach behind me and from here it's a gentle walk around to the next bay at Pwllcrochan. I catch up with the ...

    Porthgain to Aber Bach

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... Sampson - well worth it. This Neolithic burial chamber is circa 5000 years old. The original structure would have been encased in a heap of stones so what we see today is the inner burial chamber. Legend has it that Sampson put the capstone in place himself using only his little finger...haha. We now retrace our steps to the coast path and make our way onwards towards Aber Draw meeting a gentleman who has ...

    Whitesands Bay to Porthgain

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... it's just like summer (oops I forgot, it's still summer!) On we go, in and out of picturesque little bays until we arrive at Abereiddy. Once a thriving mining community, we examine the derelict miners and 'The Blue Lagoon' which was once a quarry but flooded during a storm. Today some young men are enjoying the lagoon, climbing up high and jumping into the cool blue water below. (see video clip). The hamlet here was inhabited until 1930. One ...