2 senior ladies doing a circular train tour of England in May. We would love to see some of mid and north Wales and are looking at getting the 4 day train/8 day bus in an 8 day period. We looked at at the Ffestiniog Round Robin pass but it needs to be completed in one day and doesn't cover all the areas we want. We would stay one day 2 nights in Chester and same in Shrewsbury, one at either end of the trip. Is it better to start in Shrewsbury or Chester to do the following?
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I'm planning a 2 day 40k trek in snowdonia, we will be wild camping and our halfway point is likely to be Lynn Gwynant, does anyone know if there is much grass on the fringes of the lake for setting up camp? I know there is a campsite nearby but would rather be wild, thanks advance!!
Hi - I am planning some walks along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path mid July but can't manage to be around on a weekend for when we want to do the section from Stack Rocks to Broad Haven.
Does anyone know if there is a ceasefire over the summer holidays?
The Govt website only has the current March firing schedule but I see elsewhere that Range West is likely to take a break from the 9th July to 28th August.
Apart from this walk and the section from Poppit Sands to Moylegrove, which other sections…
Hi, I'll be spending 5 days in Snowdonia (will be based in Dolgellau) and I'd like some tips on any farm shops offering cheese and local products' tasting experiences as well as any attractions/sites which are not to miss... ideally not more than 2hrs' drive from Dolgellau.
We are a family of 2 adults and 2 kids doing a road trip for about 10 days in beginning of May from london attempting to cover Scotland,England and Wales. We are planning to give two days for Wales as we wanna drive up to the scottish highlands and then back to london in 10 days. Can some one suggest as to places to visit in Wales and which would be the most suitable base point
My niece, myself and two friends are going for a week to Wales in August. On one day, a Monday, we are moving from Cardiff to Conwy, and it's my niece's 14th birthday too. So I was wondering where the most interesting places to visit on the way up the country would be, to break up the long drive and have more fun. Suggestions very welcome.
My first thought was visit the National Show Caves and then drive to Llangorse Activity centre - is this a good plan? And should I drive round the Brecon…
Hi. We're planning a vacation in England (Cotswolds/Bath) and Wales for this coming July, will probably spend about 4 days in Wales. I was thinking of staying in the Brecon Beacons area as a home base and going on day trips rather than driving all the way to Pembrokeshire but wonder if we should stay closer to Pembrokeshire National Park instead?
We're coming from the United States and are interested in walks, castles etc. I usually rent a place from Airbnb/VRBO rather than going from hotel…
I want to take my girlfriend away for a weekend and she loves Wales. We've been to Llandudno which was nice, but can anyone recommend any little villages or hamlets with a rugged/dramatic views of the sea and Snowdonia? I have never been as far as Snowdonia so I don't know where to start. We'll be travelling by car so not limited to places with public transport.