Frommer's Wales With Your Family: From Cliff-top Castles to Sandy Coves

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Wiley, Oct 13, 2008 - Travel - 256 pages
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Wales With Your Family is a full colour, practical and accessible book for independently minded UK families looking to make the most of their family holiday. The guide highlights the best opportunities for families in the region and offers expert opinion on where to stay, where to eat and where to spend your holiday time enjoyably.
  • Includes: Best Family Experiences, Best Castles, Best Beaches, Best Festivals and Events, Best Attractions for Teenagers and Best Sporting Activities for Families
  • How to plan a trip a family trip to Wales with all the need to know advice.
  • Discover: Welsh legends; Welsh history; Welsh vocabulary; Welsh culture; Welsh food and farmersí markets; Welsh sports and adventure sports.
  • Areas covered: Cardiff and surroundings; South Wales: Wye Valley, The Welsh Valleys, Brecon Beacons, Vale of Glamorgan, Swansea, Gower Peninsula; West Wales: Carmathenshire, Pembrokeshire, South Cardiganshire; Mid Wales: North Cardiganshire, Cambrian Mountains and Border towns; North Wales: The North Coast, Anglesey, Snowdonia, The West Coast and The Borders.

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About the author (2008)

Nick Dalton is a freelance writer who has written regularly on travel and other subjects for the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Times and Sunday Express. He also contributes to numerous travel, ski and music magazines and writes regularly on family travel for takethe family.com

Deborah Stone is a freelance writer who works regularly for the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, working on both travel and lifestyle supplements. She has worked for the Daily Express, written for The Times, Daily Mail, parenting and travel magazines and for takethefamily.com. She writes about gardening as well as travel and family life. She and Nick live together in Wimbledon with children Georgia and Henry.

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