Author Archives: Annette

Six quirky Welsh museums you’ve probably never heard of

When you come on holiday to Wales, you most likely want to get out and about in the fresh air, enjoying the epic coastline of Pembrokeshire, hiking up the awe-inspiring peaks of the Brecon Beacons, or even taking a gentle stroll along the promenade at Rhyl or Llandudno. Every once in a while though, especially […]

WTO adds agency services to its portfolio

We’ve been busy over the summer with some fantastic new developments here at WalesTouristsOnline, and we’re delighted to announce that we now act in an agency capacity for holiday accommodation providers across Wales. Now you can choose an annual paid-for listing, or you can list your holiday properties with us on an agency basis instead. […]

Competition: Win a Fabulous Glamping Holiday in Wales

UPDATE – AUGUST 15, 2018 – THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNER HAS BEEN DRAWN USING A RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR. PLEASE SEE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR DETAILS OF THE WINNER That’s right – we’ve teamed up with the lovely Jackie and Clwyd at Meadow Sweet Glamping to bring you a fabulous, easy to […]

Holidays in Snowdonia – off the beaten track

Without a doubt, Snowdonia is one of the biggest attractions for people visiting Wales.  The epic scale of Snowdon itself, the raw, rugged beauty of the landscape, the challenge of scaling one or more of the incredible peaks, the clean, fresh air and the amazing sense of wildness all combine to make the Snowdonia National […]

Self-catering holidays in Anglesey – our pick

The island of Anglesey has long been a firm favourite with holidaymakers from across the UK and beyond – and rightly so. Its sheltered, sandy beaches and warm, welcoming waters tempt families with young children and water sports enthusiasts in equal numbers, and the island’s growing reputation as a foodie hub is helping it to […]

A foodie tour of Wales

When asked what Wales means to them, many people talk about the stunning landscapes and the unspoilt beauty of the great outdoors, or perhaps of the warm Welsh welcome and friendly nature of the people who live here. Others, however, will wax lyrical about the amazing food that is produced and sold in Wales, and […]

Exploring Cardigan Bay

From Strumble Head in Pembrokeshire right up to Bardsey Island in the north, the huge bite-shaped Cardigan Bay is the largest bay in the UK. The bay itself is rich with marine life and seabirds, and onshore, there are pretty towns and villages along the entire length of the bay, and the Wales Coast Path […]

Christmas in Cardiff

The clocks have gone back, the nights are drawing in and the temperatures are dropping. This can only mean one thing – Christmas will soon be upon us, once again. For some, that means big family get-togethers and traditional celebrations with friends, but in recent years, more and more people have started to see Christmas […]

Holidaying On Anglesey With Your Dog

For many dog-owners, putting their beloved pooch in kennels whilst they take their annual holiday is just not something they’d seriously consider. As many of us see our pets as part of the family, we just can’t bear the thought of them pining away for us, whilst we sit on the beach, enjoying the sunshine […]

Things to do around Machynlleth

The busy market town of Machynlleth is a popular tourist destination, situated as it is just south of the Snowdonia National Park, and just a few minutes drive from the beaches of Aberdovey and Borth. Whilst many holiday-makers might head straight for the better-known Snowdonia attractions of Betws-y-Coed, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Bala, Machynlleth has plenty […]