PRLog - Feb. 27, 2013 - BASINGSTOKE, U.K. -- Wales is home to some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery; the Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia National Park and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, to name just some of the areas and, consequently, the country has always been a draw for keen walkers.
Hammet House at dusk
Welsh Rarebits is a collection of 32 of the best hotels spread across the length and breadth of Wales and many provide walking notes for guests. Here are just 3 examples of walking breaks to enjoy this coming Easter…
The Falcondale is an imposing country mansion located within 14 acres of grounds at the head of a secluded valley near the university town of Lampeter in Mid Wales. As with all Welsh Rarebits members, the hotel offers personal service from owners Chris & Lisa Hutton and serves exquisite food in its restaurant which has two AA Rosettes. There are a number of walking options direct from the hotel including the popular 4-mile circular Longwood Walk, which includes a long section through woods which burst into carpets of wild bluebells and other flowers during the spring. The hotel provides maps and way-finding notes. A two night break over the Easter weekend costs from £150 pp (two sharing) on a B&B basis. Dogs welcome (£10 per night). Call 01570 422910 (www.rarebits.co.uk/
Tyddyn Llan is a small, luxurious ‘restaurant with rooms’ located in the village of Llandrillo on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in north Wales and surrounded by the Berwyn Mountains. The 13-bedroomed property is owned by Michelin starred chef Bryan Webb and his wife Susan. There are many options of walks direct from the hotel including one of 7-miles that goes right over the top of the mountains to Pistyll Rhaeadr. Walking notes are available from the hotel and a two-night break over the Easter weekend costs from £250 pp (two sharing) on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis. Well-behaved dogs welcome (£10 per night). Call 01490 440 264 (www.rarebits.co.uk/
Hammet House is a luxurious 14-bedroomed, boutique, country house hotel located in landscaped grounds on the River Teifi on the Pembrokeshire Ceredigion border in South Wales. Set in secluded grounds, Hammet House is a hidden escape that nestles discreetly amongst Pembrokeshire’
For a copy of the Welsh Rarebits 2013 brochure call 01570 470 785 or visit www.rarebits.co.uk (http://www.rarebits.co.uk/