Monthly Archive: February, 2014

Happy St David’s Day from the Cambrian Mountains!

Happy St Davids Day! In honour of our Patron Saint, we thought we’d share with you a few of the reasons why we love the rugged beating heart of Wales, the Cambrian Mountains.… Continue reading

Stepping into September

If you’re a long term planner this is perfect for you… STEPtember 2014 includes 17 communities that are either located in the Cambrian Mountains or are close enough to afford great views of… Continue reading

New website takes the strain out of booking a holiday

The owner of Cuckoo Clock Lodge, a self-catering holiday cottage business in Rhayader, is taking the strain out of booking a stay in the beautiful Mid Wales market town with a brand new… Continue reading

Sign up for Red Kite Events’ Cycling Events NOW!

Considering hopping on your bike and getting fit on two wheels this spring and summer? Feel like you might need the motivation of having a whole host of other cyclists riding alongside you?… Continue reading

A Cambrian Mountain Night Walk on TV

  Exciting news from The Cambrian Mountains Walking Weekend @ Bro Tregaron taking place May 2-5 2014 STEPtember 2014 is in September this year. Walking in the Cambrian Mountains takes another step forward with an… Continue reading

A few romantic ideas for Valentine’s Day

The most romantic of days is less than a week away now so we thought we’d take the opportunity to share with you the most romantic of activities and opportunities possible in the… Continue reading

A spotlight on… Beili Neuadd B&B

Beautiful and tranquil, Beili Neuadd Farmhouse dates back to the 16th Century. Alison and David Parker have lived here since May 2010 and have re-discovered many of the original features of the house… Continue reading

Valentine’s Day at The Straw Cottage

Are you still looking for somewhere to cuddle up with your loved one this Valentine’s Day? How about The Straw Cottage at Ty Gwyn Farm… Candles, a wood burning fire, the sound of… Continue reading

Brandy House Farm Wins Best Breakfast in Wales!

Porridge with a bit of honey, syrup, sometimes even cream (like Dad does it) or  blueberries for a twist? Crispy bacon nestled between two chunks of bread; granary or white, we don’t care… Continue reading