Maps of :Red Roses Tourist Attractions
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Red Roses Attractions
Marros Riding Centre - Marros Riding Centre is situated within half a mile of the sea in the beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside, South West Wales. The area is quiet and p Andrea Kelland Paintings - Whether painting in oils or watercolours, large or small, Andrea paints with boldness and sensitivity, with strong shapes and rich colours. Her work Whitland Railway Station - Whitland has direct links to:|
Wales: Fishguard, Llanelli, Pembroke Dock, Swansea.|
North West: Manchester Piccadilly.|
South West: Cheltenham Sp Hywel Dda Centre - Hywel Dda was born towards the end of the ninth century.
In 928 AD he made a pilgrimage to Rome and by 942 AD
he ruled over most of the country and Carmarthenshire Coastal Path - Carmarthen Bay is one of the most important
conservation areas in Wales. It is a staggeringly beautiful part of the
country’s coastline with a f Pendine Sands Beach - Pendine Sands beach is located between Amroth and Laugharne on Carmarthen Bay in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. A very long sandy, straight beach back Colby Woodland Garden - The garden surrounds a 19th century country house. Both formal and informal effects are evident, the informal is best seen in the walled garden and th Amroth Beach - Amroth beach is located on the South Pembrokeshire coast between the towns of Saundersfoot and Pendine. Probably best known as being the start or fini Amroth Arms - Seafront Restaurant and Public house in Amroth, Pembrokeshire, West Wales. The Amroth Arms is a traditional public house, open year round, serving ge Pembrokeshire Coastal Path - The next section is St Brides Bay from Ramsey to the Dale peninsula and St Anne’s Head. There are several towns and resorts en route including Solva
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