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South Wales / Pembrokeshire Travel Guide
Trewern Arms HotelNewport, Dyfed
Pembrokeshire boasts a wide range of things to do see and experience. The magnificent coastline can be walked throughout the year and boasts a myriad of wild flowers seabirds and scenery which is quite special. … more >>
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The first Hanoverian monarch of England, he spoke no English and relinquished political control to a Prime Minister, Robert Walpole
He was Elector of Hanover before becoming king of England upon Queen Anne's death
His son was George II
28 March, 1296
Edward I invades Scotland, sacking Berwick
Edward would later steal the Stone of Scone, traditional coronation stone of Scottish kings
This king died at Burgh by Sands, Cumbria
He was on his way to fight the Scots
His tomb described him as 'the hammer of the Scots'
Snowdonia (North Wales)
Carew CrossHistoric Building
St David's CathedralCathedral
This single storey cottage is located in the South Wales town of Laugharne near to Tenby and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
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12 Glan Y Mor
A spacious, airy and comfortable property, this typical Welsh cottage has three large bedrooms and is able to accommodate up to six people in elegant and luxurious surroundings.