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A Dog Walk Along the Ceredigion Coast Path from Penbryn to Llangrannog

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A Dog Walk Along the Ceredigion Coast Path from Penbryn to Llangrannon

Hoover and I enjoyed a dog walk along the Ceredigion Coast Path from Penbryn to Llangrannog and back in March.  To pick up the coast path at Penbryn you don’t need to go right down to the beach, because the entrance to the path is by the National Trust car park (map) and cafe at Llanborth Farm, Sarnau, near …

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A dog walk along the Ceredigion Coast Path from Tresaith to Aberporth

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A dog walk along the Ceredigion Coast Path from Tresaith to Aberporth

The Ceredigion Coast Path offers walkers 60 miles of unspoilt coastline, with excellent views across Cardigan Bay.  Hoover and I enjoyed a dog walk along the Ceredigion Coast Path from Tresaith to Aberporth (map) and back one Sunday morning in March.  Tresaith (map) is a pretty little coastal village..  It lies between Aberporth and Llangranog, and is linked to the former …

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Bamburgh Beach & Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland

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A frosty morning at Bamburgh Castle

The North East coastline of the UK must be one of the best-kept secrets ever and in my opinion Bamburgh Beach & Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland are the jewels in the North East’s crown.  The area as a whole is simply stunning:  it is peppered with wide-open, sandy beaches, rocky cliff-faces, and historic castles, all lying beneath vast skies …

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The Village of Craster & Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland

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If you are lucky enough to find yourself in the North East then a visit to the village of Craster & Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland is a must.  Craster is a pretty fishing village set on the north east coast of England amid an area of outstanding natural beauty.  It has a charming little harbour, which is surrounded by …

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A Walk up to St. Catherine’s Oratory on the Isle of Wight

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A walk up to St. Catherine’s Oratory on the Isle of Wight will reward you with stunning views of both the sea and the countryside.  Built in the 14th century St. Catherine’s Oratory is a medieval lighthouse high up on St. Catherine’s Down, overlooking Chale Bay, near to the southern tip of the island.  The stone structure, known …

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