Bardsey (Wales) Reviews
Newest Review: ... connection, groups often book accommodation for spiritual retreats, but they can be booked simply for a family holiday. The houses were all built for the 19th century farm workers, and are beautifully constructed with thick walls to keep out the winter gales, and although Bardsey is not on the national grid, most of the houses have generators to provide light at night, calor gas stoves and even gas-powered fridges. There is no electricity during the day, though, no proper bathrooms (you have to mess around with bowls of water and jugs to have a wash), and the toilets are those chemical ones in little sheds. Believe me, this is part... more
Customer Bardsey (Wales) Reviews (1)
by - written on 12/07/02, updated on 12/07/02 (Very useful, 345 readings)
OK, so I had to think about this for 1 second. What is my favourite thing? There was no doubt in my mind, and it’s not so much a favourite thing as a favourite place. We all have a special place, don't we, a place we go in our minds when the world is a bit grey and we feel grouchy. This place is so special to me that I never dreamed I would write an op on it. But Jill called, I heard her call, and I couldn’t resist. My favourite place on the planet is a little island called Bardsey. It's off the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula in Gwynedd, North Wales, and in Welsh is called Ynys Enlli - Island of Currents, a very apt name, as you'll see. ... Read the complete review
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