Here in the office, our staff love a bit of Yoga. After a long and busy day helping our guests arrange their holidays, there’s nothing like turning away from the world for an hour and embracing a yoga session.
And so, it makes sense that we offer this same relaxing experience to our guests!
Through our Concierge service, we can arrange a yoga session just for you – and you don’t even have to move from your holiday cottage!
All of our sessions are tailored to you, making sure that you get the very best experience and the most from your session. Practises will be adapted to the time of day, and our therapists will take into account any health issues or personal preferences, meaning that no two sessions are ever the same.
Whether you’re on a girly getaway, maybe a pre-wedding break, or on a week away with all the [...]Read More »
Today’s blog is dedicated to one of our properties which is situated in a great spot in the North West area of Pembrokeshire, Beudy Gwyn in Penparc, near Trefin.
View from bedroom
You’ll find this property in the small hamlet at Pen Parc, a truly beautiful spot with views right across the countryside to the coast. On a clear day, absolutely breath-taking. A perfect property for those families wishing for a more relaxing and peaceful holiday – a chance to get away from the flurry of city life, draw in long breaths of fresh country air and marvel at how quiet life can sometimes be.
That being said, Penparc is a great destination to use as a base and really explore the county. Just a short walk away at the Square and Compass you’ll find a petrol station with accompanying shop, particularly useful if you’ve forgot some of the essentials! (We’v [...]Read More »
A firm favourite in many hearts, both those who live locally and those who holiday here. And it’s not exactly tough to see why. A beautiful sandy beach reaching almost two whole miles in length, and backed by that oh so memorable, pebble bank.
The best thing about this beach is that it’s great for everyone. Yes it may have a high pebble bank, but there are wooden walkways which appear every summer to help you tackle it. It’s dog friendly all year round, with restrictions only on the middle section during the summer allowing dogs still to wander at either end of the beach. It’s a popular with water-sports enthusiasts due to the often good conditions for surfing, kayaking and kite surfing. No shingle in sight, just a long stretch of sand, this beach is perfect for a day with the little ones building sandcastles and paddling in the [...]Read More »
Holidays are often all about relaxing and getting away from the many stresses of everyday life. And that’s precisely why we would like to introduce our brand new Pamper Hamper range!
After all, if you can’t pamper yourself when on holiday, when can you?!
Gemma and I are pleased to say that we are working alongside Cath and husband, Jason at Essancie to bring you this new range of luxurious bath treats.
With years of pharmaceutical and retail experience, Cath ensures that all the products at Essancie are of the highest quality. Each product is handmade and personally selected because of their natural ingredients. All products are vegetarian and vegan friendly, none have been tested on animals, and the only ingredients used which are derived from animals are beeswax and honey.
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Upon hearing of a holiday property with a Welsh name, my first instinct is always to find out the English translation for its name, as I’m not a first language Welsh speaker. And I imagine that many of you reading this are in the same boat.
So what does “Y Cwtch” mean?
Tough question. If you’re a frequent visitor to Wales, or have any friends or family who have some Welsh heritage in them, you’ll have already heard of this word. I’m sure every Welshman (and Welsh lady!) who has ever been asked this question, has struggled to quite find the right answer. I myself was often asked this when attending university in England, and I admit, to know how to answer is difficult.
The urban dictionary gives the definition;
“Welsh word for an affectionate hug. There’s no literal English translation, but its nea [...]Read More »