A Denbighshire Retreat: relaxing in North Wales

Niche Retreats

Have you visited Denbighshire before? Denbighshire is a county in North-East Wales, named after the historic county of Denbighshire, but with substantially different borders. Denbighshire is the longest known inhabited part of Wales, and home to some stunning countryside, as well as spectacular views of the coast and mountains. Outside the property Set in the stunning […]

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Bank Holiday Monday Fun: North Wales

Fun Day North Wales

As the second Bank Holiday of May fast approaches, followed swiftly by half term, many parents are left wondering just what they will fill the week with. Of course we are hoping for good weather all week, but you just never know do you in the UK. If you live in North Wales then we […]

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Things to do in Abersoch with the family

Abersoch Holiday Homes

Abersoch is one of those places that isn’t actually that far from us but we rarely visit. We really should go there more as it’s the perfect location to go with a family. Abersoch is on the Llyn Peninsula, in a stunning part of North Wales. It has become a popular seaside resort, also known […]

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Thrill Seeking: Part Two

Bounce Below

Welcome to part two of Thrill Seeking, you can read part one about Velocity and Tree Top Nets first if you haven’t already. In part two we are looking at Titan and Bounce Below. The ultimate group zipping experience, Titan is currently the largest zip zone in Europe. Zipping in a seated position, you are […]

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Thrill Seeking: Part One

velocity

I live with a family of thrill-seekers. I suppose really, at heart I’m a thrill seeker too. I’ve done plenty of wild sports and activity related things in my life, I’m just a little wary of heights and extreme speed, and I’m probably more cautious since having the children. Despite that, I think nothing of […]

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An open letter to the hospital porter

hospital stay

Dear hospital porter, No one likes going to stay in hospital, and as a parent it’s always a million times worse when you are there because your child is ill. It’s a stressful, upsetting and unnerving time for a parent, so random acts of kindness go a long way. Now clearly I’m eternally grateful to […]

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