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Thinking of taking a staycation this year? You’re not alone. Holidays in the UK have been on a steady increase in recent years, and with the uncertainty of Brexit that lies ahead, it’s a trend that...

Before this January, I’d never heard of Aberciger, a tiny little hamlet in Powys, North Wales, but, after a recent idyllic trip there, I’m sure I won’t forget it. Not only did I find...

Long esteemed for its awe-inspiring scenery and opportunities for great outdoors activities, the Brecon Beacons are increasingly revered for the eating opportunities it offers – whether you’ve...

The Swan at Hay in Wales has just completed a full refurbishment. The grade II listed Georgian building and former coaching inn is home to 19 bedrooms, a restaurant, bar and wedding and events hall. The...

Ynyshir Hall is a special foodie destination, surrounded by the Cambrian Mountains, independently owned for almost 30 years, food has always been at the heart of everything. The late Joan Reen developed...

A restored National Trust-owned 17th century house with views across to Snowdonia and Conwy Castle, Bodysgallen Hall near Llandudno, an award-winning hotel, restaurant and spa, is the ideal base to explore...

Deep in the lush Wye Valley in mid-Wales, Llangoed Hall is a classically restored Jacobean country house hotel set in 17 acres of landscaped grounds. Breathtaking views look across the surrounding woodlands...