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Recent Wales reviews

  • Great facilities, location, and lots of space for 4.

    "The apartment was great; ideal location and super facilities. Lots of space for 2 couples - big bedrooms, roomy sofas in the lounge for all to collapse on after busy days out. Nice to have the bedrooms on different floors as well, as it gave us the feeling of a bit more privacy for each couple. Unfortunately, the smell of damp and general dampness throughout let it down a bit. We did a wash while we were away, but due to the weather weren't able to hang the items outside, and some things weren't properly dry by the time we left (too warm to put on heating). Slippers and jackets left in the hallway overnight were damp in the morning. The shower wasn't a good drainer either, and we were left standing in cold soapy water during a shower, which wasn't very pleasant. We would stay again, but probably not as a first choice."
    Guest: Katherine R Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 12, 2016
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  • Glorious Gower

    "We spent a lovely week in South Wales based in Mumbles at Little Sea Sparkle from where we explored the Gower peninsular and beyond. The apartment is simply superb; clean, comfortable, stylish and equipped for all eventualities. It is also perfectly positioned in the town with views across the bay to Swansea and easy access to the beach and shops. Highlights were: the cliff top walk and scramble across to Worms Head at Rossily Bay; the walk through Park Wood down to Three Cliff Bay and back via Pennard Castle and the Welsh Wildfowl Trust reserve near Llanelli. It's a golden age for brewing on these islands and Mumbles Alehouse, The Park Inn and The Pilot all serve great Welsh beer and are warm, friendly places to spend some time. We ate out at The Mediterranean, The Dolce Vita and Patricks (with rooms) all on Mumbles Road and all good. Even the weather was well-behaved!!!"
    Guest: Howard C. Date of Stay: April 2017 Review Submitted: April 19, 2017
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  • The perfect spot for lovers of tranquility

    "Set in the wonderful greenery of Northern Wales, the farm house with all necessary equipment and the most helpful host family, the accommodation surely met all our expectations. Only one must bare in mind that the narrow staircase to the bedroom on the first floor is not suitable for elderly or disabled people. The area is absolutely peaceful, with birds and butterflies - and is a beautiful starting point for walks in the countryside. The nearby town of Betws-y-Coed is nice to visit and shopping outdoor equipment. Daily supplies may be found in Betws-y-Coed, but better in other places a few miles further ahead. For serious mountain walks and excursions in general in Northwestern Wales, the farm house is situated perfectly. A day's outing round the coastline of Anglesey only includes some 120 kilometres drive. And for a trip up Mount Snowdon only half an hours drive to Llanberis railway station is needed. You do absolutely get value for money. We would love to come again. Janni and Bjarne Denmark"
    Guest: Bjarne S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 18, 2016
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  • Fantastic accomodation in a beautiful location

    "Solva is a beautiful place to stay and this cottage is a brilliant choice. The facilities are first class, the décor is lovely, the bedrooms and lounge areas are extremely comfortable and the welcome was as warm as it gets. 'Frasers folly' (the sun deck) is a beautifully constructed place to enjoy a coffee and a croissant in the morning as you look out over the entrance to Solva harbour. We would definitely return!"
    Guest: Paul T. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 5, 2016
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