Monthly Archive: January, 2014

A brand new walking video for the Cambrian Mountains!

We all know the Cambrian Mountains is one of the top destinations for walking in the UK (even Rough Guides have jumped on the bandwagon recently), but here’s a brand new video showing… Continue reading

This Weekend: walk back in time at Elan Valley

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s Elan Valley rangers are offering visitors the opportunity to improve their local knowledge this weekend with a guided tour of Caban Coch dam and the Elan village. The easy… Continue reading

Valentine’s launch for chocolate studio!

Love couldn’t get any sweeter in Machynlleth this February as a brand new chocolate studio opens its doors at Corris Craft Centre for Valentine’s Day. The new collection, which will be launched on… Continue reading

A spotlight on… The National Wool Museum

It’s free to visit, it very nearly burned down and it once even required urine in the process of creating fabric. What else didn’t you know about the National Wool Museum? Here’s your chance… Continue reading

5 Ways to Avoid Blue Monday in the Cambrian Mountains

Blue Monday is well-known as the most depressing day of the year but here are some ways that you can avoid the dip whilst spending some time in the Cambrian Mountains. 5. Join… Continue reading

A Complete Bike Guide to the Cambrian Mountains

The Cambrian Mountains

 is one of the most diverse and remote cycling landscapes in the UK. Easily accessible from most prominent central and southern areas of the British Isles, it’s easy to get… Continue reading

January events at the National Wool Museum

Here in the Ceredigion and Cambrian Mountains we’re very proud to have the National Wool Museum situated in the area. It’s a fun and interesting stopping point for anyone visiting Ceredigion. A perfect stop… Continue reading

Romantic Trips For St Dwynwen’s Day

On the 25th of January the people of Wales enjoy a special romantic day, by celebrating their patron Saint of love which is known as St Dwynwen’s Day. So to celebrate this unique day Gwesty… Continue reading

Cambrian Mountain walking inspired by my ‘mamgu’.

Here’s a blog by Dafydd Wyn Morgan from Twm’s Treks: “I spent my formative years, like many other children, staying with my grandmother during my school-holidays. Easter, Summer and Christmas and if I was… Continue reading