“Really get away from it all in this sumptuous cottage for six snuggled in the glorious Welsh countryside” - Bella Magazine, September 2011.
With its moors, mountains and forests, the Welsh landscape has always created a natural barrier between itself and the rest of Britain. One feels secluded here, and far away from the madding crowd. It has, moreover, made Wales something of an enigma to outsiders, with its strong sense of folklore and not least its own language.
There are 750 miles of coastline varying from sheer, wild cliffs to rocky coves and vast sandy bays; there are the great National Parks of Snowdonia, the Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia and Pembrokeshire, forest walks and waterfalls, mountain railways and music festivals, and 641 ancient castles.
Opportunities for adventure and activity are endless, but equally, the opportunity to restore the spirits in such beautiful natural surroundings cannot be underestimated.