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    Jan 6, 2021• by qualitycottages

    Experience Pembrokeshire Sea Food at Cafe Môr

    Cafe Môr is an exceptional outdoor dining experience, found seasonally in the southside car park at Freshwater West, wedged between Castlemartin and Angle, and accessed via Pembroke, or the...

    Nov 5, 2020• by travellingwithmynikon

    Exploring Mountains, Castles and Waterfalls of North Wales

    If you're a nature lover, you'll love North Wales. You can do walks that are for all levels. Take a gentle stroll or challenge yourself up Wales highest mountain. Waterfalls abound amongst the...

    Oct 5, 2020• by Lauratheexplorer

    A Weekend in Three Cliffs Bay, South Wales (UK)

    Wales is renowned for its wet weather, with torrential rain a typical feature of any Welsh camping trip. For this reason, planning a holiday to the Welsh coast is a somewhat risky venture. I have to...

    Sep 24, 2020• by travellingwithmynikon

    Visit Conwy, Wales

    If you ever want to visit North Wales, Conwy is a great place to base yourself. Before you head out to explore North Wales, there are interesting attractions to see in Conwy and Llandudno. For...

    Jun 3, 2019• by travellingwithmynikon

    Visiting Skomer Island, Wales

    This is the place for you if you've ever wanted to visit Puffins in the wild. Visiting Skomer Island is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see these magical birds up close and in their natural...

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    Dog friendly sea view B&B in Northwales

    $95 - $125 / 2 
    Penmaenmawr, United Kingdom
    Bed and breakfast

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