The Women’s Accommodation Network on Women Travel lists hundreds of special places for women travelers to stay. Some are for women only, almost all are women run. Here is one of them:
Over the Rainbow in Wales
A Vegetarian Guest House in Cardigan Bay Wales
B&B Accommodation, though is also a great place for a group event, including weddings and workshops. It is run by women, primarily for women with décor reflects that influences of female myths & legends from around the world. There is even a cosy single ensuite room for solo women travelers.
Ideally suited for those walking the Wales Coastpath, it is in a peaceful secluded rural location, but just three miles from the Cardigan Coast. Once or twice a year they offer trips for women exploring the Cardigan Bay Area.
No worries about being cold – The house has full central heating, plus wood burning stoves in the dining room, guest lounge and ballroom.
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