A Beginners Guide to Fishing in North Wales
Fishing is making a come back it would seem. The idyllic image of spending the afternoon with your family (sans mobile of course) in nature catching a fish or two which you would then cook on a campfire that you created from the kindling and firewood you found in the nearby forest.
Large Self Catering Holiday Home Near Conwy | Sycamore-Cottage
“We had a great family reunion here over Christmas. Lots of space, good parking, great kitchen, great walks, beautiful surrounds. Huw & Sioned were wonderful if we needed anything. We couldn’t have stayed anywhere nicer. Thankyou so much!! Highly recommended.” – The Brophys, Melbourne. My husband and I stayed here in July with my parents and four children. Obviously, visiting as a large family we were really looking for a nice spacious, fully furnished self-catering cottage. We were pleased to see that, that was exactly what we got. We saw online that the cottage appeared to be nice and contemporary which is great if you’re looking for that ‘hotel-like experience’ where all your amenities are new and up to date. It was easy to settle in too as everything was really easy to use, a good thing when you’re visiting with three generations of the same family. I have to say, the fact that the cottage…
Fly Fishing for Grayling on the River Dee
This offer is a real catch. With the River Dee on your doorstep, the owners of The Coach House are offering free fly fishing on the river. Fish include brown trout, the occasional salmon as well as the usually elusive grayling. A ghillie (fishing guide) is available by prior arrangements with the owners. An when you return from the river there will be a case of suitable white wine waiting for you. To compliment your day’s catch naturally. This offer is for any stay in August, so best act quick and get those rods ready. [Read more..]