Posts Tagged ‘Wildlife’
“Our second stay at Caerwenfor in a year confirms what a special place this is. The weather has been kind to us – misty mornings have gone away to warm and sunny afternoons. Have enjoyed watching the daily procession of birds, acrobatic kites and coughs, majestic buzzards and even a peregrine ziping by the windows. The Pentre and Ship pubs in Llangrannog are in good form, serving real ale and a friendly welcome. Wildlife highlights for us was the bats at dusk – amazing to see them at eye level as they dart to and for catching the insects attracted by the house light. Can hardly bear to leave… Counting the days until our return visit
Pam and Adrian Griffiths from Cheshire who stayed in March 2012
This is our 4th year and it is still breathtaking! We so love it here, peace, sea views, wildlife and relaxation! In other words perfect holiday coastal retreat! We had several days watching the dolphins – Ian is very good at spotting them with the naked eye! Two weeks is not enough! Thank you x
Mr and Mrs Collins who stayed in July/August 2011
“What a simply marvellous residence, so thoughtfully decorated and appointed. The perfect holiday retreat. The abundance of Flora and Fauna and the constant changing seascapes is just magnificent. I fear however that towards the end of the week here, we had become somewhat inured to the spectacle of schools of dolphins gallivanting in the water below, so as you imagine the sighting of a pod of killer whales provided a welcome distraction”
Mr P Shannon from Brimingham who stayed beginning of May 2011
“Fantastic week, stunning location. Felt like we were outdoors even when we were in! Saw plenty of wildlife and lovely sunsets, would definately come back, a week wasn’t enough!”
Ms Chana and Mr Walker who stayed end of March beginning of April 2011
Why not visit Brynowen holiday park in Aberystwyth, West Wales.
There you will witness some of the most beautiful beaches in Wales.
The golden sands at Brynowen holiday park from Park Resorts is the perfect place to relax whilst watching the crashing waves.