Overlooking the vibrant hub of Cardiff Bay, the five star St David's Hotel boasts impressive waterside views and impeccable service.Already a popular spot for a traditional afternoon tea, the sophisticated Tempus at Tides Bar and Restaurant have expanded their tea offering with a Gentlemen's Afternoon Tea, as well as a child friendly version. I was invited to try the Gentlemen's Tea and here's my review...
Monday, 22 August 2016
Monday, 15 August 2016
Looking for things to do in Abergavenny? The thriving market town in Monmouthshire (which in July 2016 hosted the National Eisteddfod) is the gateway to Wales and less than 45 minutes away by rail or road from Newport and Cardiff. Here's a list of five places to explore on a day trip here from my own experience...
Monday, 8 August 2016
Monday, 1 August 2016
Wondering what to do in Wales in the rain? There's no mistaking that the weather here can be a little on the soggy side, but that's what keeps Monmouthshire's hills so green and Brecon's waterfalls flowing.
No day out should be put off by damp weather as there's still plenty to see and experience. Here's a list of ideas (in no particular order) from myself and a few Welsh bloggers...
Monday, 25 July 2016
Based in the heart of Cardiff on Mill Lane, Giovanni's Cookery School offers a vast range of classes to suit all ages and abilities.I was invited to join a class and rustle up a pasta dish and pizza in the trusty hands of Chef Max.
Monday, 18 July 2016
Newbridge on Usk is situated at the top of The Celtic Manor Resort. Unlike the glitzy main hotel, the country inn and accommodation offers guests a relaxed rural escape.I was invited to stay earlier this week in one of the six stylish en-suite rooms. Fortunately the weather was idyllic and after a leisurely drive north along the winding river, we arrived and settled in to our room before dinner.