11th March 2019 by

Posted in Wales

Most Romantic Places in West Wales to…

Spring is by far the most romantic season here in beautiful West Wales.

Spring is by far the most romantic season here in beautiful West Wales. There are flowers blooming, birds singing, lambs leaping and dolphins jumping to celebrate the season of new life and love. We have unbelievable sunsets and endless beaches, mountains, lakes and forests to make your proposal extra special.

Here we suggest some unique ideas for an amazing proposal trip.

Pembrokeshire.

1. Carn Ingli Mountain, Newport.

With 360 degree views over the Pembrokeshire uplands, this easy climb offers spectacular views for sunset. Pop the question, watch the sun go down and head to fine dining restaurant, Llys Meddyg for a perfect end to a perfect proposal day. http://www.llysmeddyg.com/restaurant-bar/

2. Pembrokeshire Picnics.

Luxury picnics in breath-taking locations across Pembrokeshire. Imagine this: you and your other half ‘stumble across’ a gorgeous bamboo pergola draped in linen. Beneath it lies luxurious cushions and blankets, twinkling fairy lights and a decadent picnic with a bottle of champagne on ice. You get down on one knee and ask the one you love to spend the rest of your lives together. Celebrate watching a breath-taking sunset in front of a fire pit. An unforgettable night. Email: [email protected] or find them on social media.

3. Take to the sea.

Pembrokeshire is surrounded by stunning Atlantic sea-scapes, dotted with islands and rich with birds, dolphins and wildlife. If your loved one is a mermaid or merman at heart, getting oceanic with your proposal is sure to be a winner. Take a trip to one of the many enchanting islands off the Pembrokeshire coast or charter a boat to do some sunset dolphin spotting, and get down on one knee to the sounds of the water.

Carmarthenshire.

4. Carreg Cennen, Llandeilo.

The circular walk at Carreg Cennen Castle, which is perched dramatically on a hill, offers amazing views. Carmarthenshire is steeped in myths, legends and magic, making it a truly enchanting place to pop the question.

5. Llyn Y Fan Fach Lake.

A 10 hectare lake on the margin of the Black Mountains in Carmarthenshire and lying within the Brecon Beacons National Park. The lake lies at an altitude of 1,660 feet and is a breathtakingly beautiful spot. An ambitious walk or a bumpy drive, the choice is yours. But rest assured, just like love, it’s worth the effort.

6. Nantgaredig Walk.

There are several gorgeous walks to be had in Nantgaredig, including a 3.5km circular walk to the west of the attractive little village of Llanegwad with views of the Towy valley and charming Carmarthenshire countryside. Your biggest problem will be choosing from all the beautiful spots to propose at along the way. Follow your stroll with dinner or lunch at Y Polyn, Carmarthen, a cosy gastropub serving top class food in an intimate country setting. http://ypolyn.co.uk

Maps: http://www.discovercarmarthenshire.com/media/2493/nantgaredig.pdf

Ceredigion.

7. Mwnt Beach, near Cardigan.

A perfectly secluded beach and a beautiful sunset spot. Mwnt has got to be one of the most romantic beaches in Ceredigion. Outside of the school holidays it is often completely deserted, making it an idyllic proposal spot.

8. Parc Penglais Nature Park, overlooking Aberystwyth.

Carpeted with endless bluebells in Spring, Parc Penglais looks like something out of a fairy-tale. End a romantic walk with the perfect wilderness proposal as birds sing and butterflies flutter all around.

9. Devil’s Bridge Waterfalls, Aberystwyth.

The breath-taking Devil’s Bridge and Punchbowl are world famous but surprisingly unpopulated. You bring the ring and let nature do the rest. The viewing gazebo offers amazing views of the cascading waterfall and is surrounded with lush greenery. A picturesque spot to pop the big question. http://devilsbridgefalls.co.uk

If you’re planning a proposal this spring, we have a range of cosy holiday homes to make your break even more memorable.