July 2018

What a month it has been! The heatwave / drought continued through the month and Wales gradually turned yellow! Visitors have enjoyed sunny skies and temperatures reaching 30 celsius!


1st July - Llangoed Hall Tour. Norm and Jenny took a tour from Llangoed Hall on this lovely day. We travelled up the Wye valley to Erwood Craft Centre before driving off up into the mountains of the Epynt ranges. Many more stops took us to Brecon, the Mon & Brec canal and a tour around the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park.

Norm and Jenny Boone, USA

12th - 14th July Pembrokeshire Coast Path - Freshwater West to Abercastle

Here's the latest pictures of Rob's journey around Wales. He's well over half way now.


18th July 2018 ~ Cader Idris

Noreen from Aylesbury, Bucks was holidaying in Ceredigion when she got in touch with Rob to guide her up the magnificent peak of Cader Idris. The 2,927 foot massif lies in southern Snowdonia National Park and boasts magnificent views over the sea and the unrivalled Mawddach estuary. 


23rd - 25th July. Pembrokeshire Coast path completion.

Abercastle to Cardigan, a beautiful and strenuous three day stretch based in Newport, Pembs.


31st July ~ A Herefordshire Tour

John French, from Philadelphia, took a day's tour with Rob from his hotel at The Green Dragon in Hereford. Over here for the Three Choirs Festival, John wanted to see more of one of England's most beautiful counties. We toured some of the Black and White villages - Weobley, Dilwyn, Pembridge and Eardisland before visiting the antique shop-rich market town of Leominster. Finishing off at the excellent Newton Court Farm, John rounded off his day with a taste of Herefordshire's finest tipple - cider!

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