A Weekend in Wales

Spring is a time for hope

and as lockdown restrictions begin to ease, our gaze is drawn to planning the months ahead. With a bit of luck and every finger and toe crossed, a long weekend in Wales should be back on the cards so we thought we’d share a few treasured memories of our previous trips to get you in the mood.

The view …

We borrowed a camper van and set off west towards the Pembrokeshire coastline. A camping trip is simply not complete without a bacon and egg butty on the beach.

Sheltering in the dunes
Breakfast with a view

After breakfast we stopped off to explore the epic scenery at St. Govan’s chapel. Constructed in the cliff face and with parts of the building dating back as far as the 6th Century, this magical building has stood the test of time.

St Govan’s Chapel – A room with a view
Framed by nature
How big is that cliff?
Big borrowers

After ice creams and a long walk, it was time for sun downers in Little Haven.

Love on a rock

See you soon beautiful Pembs, we hope…


Victoria Maloney

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