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December 2017: A West Country Christmas – Dorset in December

Thomas Hardy’s celebration of Christmas in Dorset in his early novel Under the Greenwood Tree is perhaps second only to A Christmas Carol (a version ...More
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Map of Recommended BandBs in South Wales

Alexander Hotel, Swansea
Alexandra Guest House, Bridgend
Austins Guesthouse, Cardiff
Ballas Farm Country Guest House, Bridgend
Bayside Guest House, Porthcawl
Beacons (The), Brecon
Beaufort Guest House, Cardiff
Beili Helyg Guest House, Merthyr Tydfil
Black Lion Guest House, Abergavenny
Bryn-y-Ddafad Country Guest House, Cowbridge
Brynhonddu Country House B&B, Abergavenny
Cafe Valance Bar & Rooms, Swansea
Castle Farm Luxury Eco B&B, Usk
Caswell, Langland & Oxwich Residence, Swansea
Cefn Bryn & Kilvey Residence, Swansea
Church Farm Guest House, Monmouth
Coast House, Swansea
Crescent Guest House, Newport
Cwmbach Cottages, Neath
Dexby Town House, Cardiff
Fairfield Guest House, Monmouth
Glenroy Hotel, Newport
Hazelwood Guest House, Bridgend
Heron's Brook, Bridgend
Hotel One Hundred, Cardiff
Hurst Dene Hotel, Swansea
Jolyon's Boutique Hotel, Cardiff
Kimberleys Guest House, Porthcawl
Langland Road Bed and Breakfast, Swansea
Maerdy Hotel, Pencoed
ML Lodge, Cardiff
Number 62, Cardiff
Old Radnor Barn B&B, Talgarth
Our house on the Hill, Usk
Park Place Guesthouse, Crickhowell
Parkfield7 Guesthouse, Chepstow
Penrhys Hotel, Cardiff
Portland House, Monmouth
Racecourse Guest House, Chepstow
Sheepleys, Cowbridge
Soar Chapel Guest House, Ebbw Vale
Steppes Farm, Monmouth
The Barn B & B, Port Talbot
The Beverley Hotel, Cardiff
The Crescent, Swansea
The Granary at Y Felin Fach, Cowbridge
The New Inn Guest House, Bridgend
The Old Barn, Rhoose
The White House, Swansea
Tintern Old Rectory, Tintern
Town House, Cardiff
Tregenna Hotel, Merthyr Tydfil
Ty Rosa B&B, Cardiff
Western House, Swansea
Willowbrook Guest House, Chepstow
Y Garth, Newport

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