It’s been a tough 18 months since the start of the pandemic but we’re nearly through it. After months of enforced closure, we reopened only to be closed down again 3 months later. April saw us open for Welsh customers but by the end of May, we could welcome people from most of the UK.
It’s so nice to meet all our lovely guests again and for us all to have the freedom to travel and explore. Our pubs, cafes and restaurants have re-opened, outdoors at first and now indoors too. Visitor attractions are now all open, as are theatres and cinemas.
With travel abroad either unavailable or just plain risky, many of us are discovering the attraction of a staycation. There is just so much to see in West Wales, lots of our customers have admitted they should have stayed for longer. We’ve had the adrenalin junkies who have been surfing at Porthcawl and riding rollercoasters at Oakwood Theme Park. Plenty of others have enjoyed a rather more sedate visit to the National Botanic Gardens or to Aberglasney Gardens. Wildlife lovers have been dolphin watching in Cardigan Bay or visiting the puffins on Skomer Island.
We still have some availability for August onwards so don’t hang about. Get your room booked at Bryn Hebog and get exploring.