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A drive of little more than two hours takes you from the soft, fertile landscape of the English Cotswolds to the rugged Black Mountains of South Wales.
Following the conquest of 1066, the Norman invaders were determined to consolidate their hold on both the defeated Anglo-Saxons and the recalcitrant Welsh.
On our recent trip to Wales, a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Pembrokeshire brought us to the inconspicuous gateway of Ynyshir Hall.
Snowdonia is the most dramatic and mountainous area of Wales. Although none of the region's peaks exceeds 4,000 feet, the sheer rock walls and steep glacial val
The British Isles are dotted with literally hundreds of castles, but arguably the most spectacular are in Wales. And there, the most imposing of all is
Hotel Il Pellicano, Maremma In our second post for this series, we examined which foreign countries drew the most Andrew Harper members (by revenue). We were pl