Villages & Resorts in Clwyd (Wales) Reviews
Newest Review: ... and afford their stuff, a wonderful public transport system, a Council that actually bothers to listen to the requests of the residents and super clean streets. I came to live here 3 years ago and I'm hooked on the place. There is nothing negative I can say. I have never, ever, lived anywhere else where the street sweepers are out EVERY morning picking up any litter from the streets - and I'm taling about 4 a.m., day in, day out! We also have town centre supermarkets which makes living here even easier. Our beaches are clean and safe, too. We have a fabulous theatre and have had big names like Brian McFadden, Girls Aloud and Lemar. ... more
Customer Villages & Resorts in Clwyd (Wales) Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/11/05 (Useful, 52 readings)
What a privilege it is to live in such a beautiful place. Don't believe what you hear about Rhyl; this place is the tops. We have fine beaches, a brilliant shopping centre which boasts shops you can actually SHOP in and afford their stuff, a wonderful public transport system, a Council that actually bothers to listen to the requests of the residents and super clean streets. I came to live here 3 years ago and I'm hooked on the place. There is nothing negative I can say. I have never, ever, lived anywhere else where the street sweepers are out EVERY morning picking up any litter from the streets - and I'm taling about 4 a.m., day in, day out! We also have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/01, updated on 10/11/01 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Living on the border between Shropshire and North Wales, I am but a stone’s throw away from the Vale of Llangollen, which is one of the prettiest valleys in the UK and boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Wales. They say that people often don’t appreciate the beautiful countryside on their own doorsteps, but I certainly do, so I though I’d share it with you. The river Dee threads its way through the valley to the town of Llangollen, surrounded by spectacular hills and beautiful scenery. The gateway to North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park, its scenery is a pleasant mixture of craggy mountains and rolling green hills. Achingly ... Read the complete review
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