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Inclement weather had set in for the day, so after breakfast we decided not retrace our steps to find the Torrent Walk. Instead we tried to locate a lake we stopped off at on our previous stay in  Tyn’ Y Cornel Hotel many years ago.

We failed on that mission too. Note to myself, I should [...]

4 Comments CherryPie on Aug 31st 2020

We enjoyed breakfast looking out over the lake.  Due to current restrictions there was no buffet table and all food is brought to the table.  I opted for pancakes with fruit compote.

After breakfast, we tried to find a waterfall walk called the Torrent Walk that we had seen in the hotel’s information folder. The start [...]

8 Comments CherryPie on Aug 27th 2020

I was full of anticipation for our first vacation since lock down, especially as I was driving.
We set off a little late and Mr C was in charge of the route planning! Due to setting off later than planned Mr C suggested lunch in the Ludlow Food Centre. Lunch was delicious, however it added 2 [...]

6 Comments CherryPie on Aug 27th 2020

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6 Comments CherryPie on Aug 17th 2020

When I opened up the August edition of Country Walking Magazine one of the first things that caught my eye was a picture of Cardigan Bay. I know that beach and the bay beyond, it brought back childhood memories of family holidays; sunshine, a beautiful secluded beach, families enjoying the beach and cove, rowing across [...]

12 Comments CherryPie on Jul 28th 2020

The Elan Valley is a place of childhood memories. As a family we visited often at the end of the school  holidays just as the trees were turning to shades of autumn. It has been on our wish list (Mr C and I) as a place to visit for over 20 years. On the occasion [...]

24 Comments CherryPie on Sep 11th 2018

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