Autumn is upon us, the season of vibrant colours and spooky tales!

And just like that September is upon us. The sun is shining (finally…) and yet change is in the air. With the summer holidays now over for another year, the autumnal months will be here before you know it.

Wales is a vision of beauty in Autumn. Our rugged landscape comes alive with golden colours, crunchy leaves, and cosy open fires in old taverns lost within the wilderness. That crisp morning dew settles upon the ground, and then as the day drawers to a close, that incredibly clear starry sky before you tuck in for the night.

The Cors is a perfect home to truly experience the beauty of autumn. Our gardens once full of flowers now begin to be cloaked by beautiful vibrant burnt oranges. Our newly installed cosy log fire, perfectly situated in the bar area creates that cosy atmosphere without really needing to leave to go to the local pub! Don’t forget you can now book a hot tub during your stay with us, therefore allowing you to relax and unwind while gazing up at that clear starry sky.

What about the area? What does West Wales have to offer our lovely visitors during the autumn months?

Our quaint country towns are bustling with life, if there’s one thing to add to your list when you visit this autumn, it's to find yourselves a farmers market. Wales is full of fresh, local, authentic markets. With one every Friday (9 am-2 pm) in Haverfordwest, not forgetting St Davids, St Dogmeals and Newport. Here you sample, fresh vegetables, organic meats, cheeses, beers, wines, relish and mouthwatering pastries and cakes. All the ingredients you may need for that cosy family night in our cinema room.

Some say a must-see for autumn is Carmarthenshire’s Aberglasney’s gardens. They become a sea of colour, with woodland walks, ancient yet tree tunnels and a Tearoom showcasing local produce, It has all the ingredients for a bracing autumn day out.

Maybe it's the festivities of Autumn you love? Wales seeps in history, ghostly tales and ruins, the perfect location for any Halloween lover. If you're brave enough, take Tenby’s famous Ghost Walk or a ghost tour of Llancaiach Fawr in Caerphilly.

One thing definitely on the list is the highly anticipated Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Winter Fair that takes place in November in Builth Wells. Well regarded as playing host to Europe’s finest livestock, this event sees leading stockmen from all over the UK compete for the top accolades. The event is also a delicious destination for foodies in search of award-winning Welsh produce. While you are there, lap up the pre-Christmas atmosphere and stock up on artisan gifts.