Home to three national parks, hundreds of castles, and the world's first path to encompass an entire country's coastline, Wales, my homeland, is full of spectacular scenery and fortified towns and cities steeped in history.

Chepstow Castle river view

A day trip to Chepstow Castle by train

#Ad • Chepstow train station is only minutes away on foot from the impressive fortress of Chepstow Castle which is top of my list of places to visit in this historic town on the Welsh border.

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Dulce Restaurant, Ty Hotels

Ty Milford Waterfront Hotel – A Coastal Break in Pembrokeshire

Tŷ Milford Waterfront is a bright and modern hotel close to some of Wales’s most impressive beaches, castles and towns.

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The Sorting Room Chic Interior Design

Dinner at The Sorting Room, The Parkgate Hotel

The Sorting Room restaurant is located in The Parkgate Hotel on Westgate Street in Cardiff, a grand property that was once a Post Office.

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Conwy Castle and Town

Visiting Conwy Castle and Town in Wales

A guide to visiting Conwy Castle and town in North Wales, including a look inside the castle and top places to visit and eat.

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Barmouth Harbour

6 Reasons Why Barmouth in Wales Should Be Your Next Seaside Holiday

Barmouth is a popular holiday resort for families and travellers who enjoy hiking, cycling and being by the sea.

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Exploring the beautiful, scenic places in and around Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Highlights include: a trip on the Ffestiniog Railway from Porthmadog to Tan-y-Bwlch and a visit to the fortified town of Conwy with its impressive Castle and Great Britain's Smallest House.