Category Archives for "Wales"

Nov 25

Treehouse Glamping in Redwood Valley in Wales

By Abi King | Wales , Western Europe

It’s an astonishing feeling to sip morning tea high above the treetops. To see them swaying, sunlight splintering through, to feel with them, swaying slightly, unable to see their base.

The treetop cabin at Redwood Valley seems different to how I’d imagined: not perilous and poky but refreshing and full of the promise of adventure. A steep path leads here, rather than a ladder, the banks of earth thrusting upwards to lift visitors up, up, up and into the forest.

And what a forest it is.

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Sep 20

Places to Eat in Carmarthen and Around: A Foodie Revolution in Wales

By Abi King | Food , Wales

Places to Eat in Carmarthen: The New Face of Welsh Food There’s a revolution underway and involves foodie experiences in Wales. Sussing out the best places to eat in Carmarthen and around revealed a seriously hidden truth: food in Wales is now cool. The Background: Expectations of Places to Eat in Carmarthen (Let’s face it, […]

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Jul 24

How This Tropical Garden in Wales is Changing How We Think About Castles

By Abi King | Responsible Travel , Wales , Western Europe

What To Do with Aberglasney Now, this may not be an issue that many Americans face, but over in Europe, it’s a serious concern. What to do with the many, many castles, keeps and stately homes whose purpose have fallen from favour? Let them crumble? Rebuild? Restore? Reuse? Remember, whether through commerce (a striking hotel […]

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