EXPLORE WALES...

Climb Pen y Fan in the south, Cader Idris in mid Wales and Snowden in the north and see the drama of the landscape unfold with every metre climbed until at last the whole of Cardigan Bay is spread out before your feet.If you prefer less strenuous pursuits take one of the famous little trains of Wales and enjoy stunning views from the comfort of your seat, or book a trip to the vibrant modern capital city of Cardiff. With its own ancient language still spoken in many parts of the Principality, Wales offers you a warm welcome.

Walk the Pembrokeshire coast path and catch a glimpse of seals and seabirds nesting in the cliffs. Climb and walk in the Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons National Parks. Visit the secret heart of Wales to see red kites, buzzards and even otters. Walk Offa's Dyke, the ancient boundary between Wales and England. Go coasteering and kayaking off the rocks in West Wales.

"Escape to this beautiful and ancient land with stunning mountain scenery, the coves and secret beaches of the Gower, remote islands once inhabited by saints and now the home to seals and seabirds. Wales is a land of music and culture with its Eisteddfod tradition and world famous male voice choirs."

 

 

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Elen's Castle Hotel was once an 18th century coaching inn. Perfectly located, historical yet modernised hotel, peaceful, village setting away from the crush of tourists, excellent food and great bar with local gins, whiskeys and craft ale

The Swan at Hay is a small hotel and restaurant in Hay-on-Wye where warm hospitality and good food await you. 17 bedrooms, a comfortable lounge, bar and restaurant and exceptional service. Full refurbishment planned for 2016.

Situated within the historic town walls of Caernarfon, within easy walking distance to the town centre and famous 13th Century Castle. Dating back to 1522, its thick walls, wood panelling and beams generate a cosy 'olde worlde' atmosphere.

Llangoed Hall Hotel is set within 17 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. It is the 'home from home' that you would expect from your 'best friend's Country House'.

Delightful, well-situated cottage with lots of character. Tastefully decorated, comfortably furnished and well-equipped. Cottage has sunny front garden terrace and elevated rear terrace garden, both with stunning views.

Seven pretty en-suite level-access bedrooms in converted old farm buildings, overlooking Trawsfynydd Lake. Lock-up facilities for cyclists. Excellent garden railway. Llamas & poultry. Pets welcome in 5 of the 7 rooms - BY ARRANGEMENT.

Clydey Cottages - award winning family resort in Pembrokeshire. Facilities and services to delight the whole family including a heated indoor swimming pool, indoor playroom and soft play, new adventure play park and daily animal feeding.

17th Century 8 acre property in the foothills of Cambrian Mountains, south of Aberystwyth, near the coast, The Ystwyth & Elan Valleys. Great birdwatching, walking, stunning scenery. Licensed Snug Bar.

We look forward to your company, when you join us in our tranquil B&B found in the village of Sennybridge, Brecon Beacons.

Spectacular five star self catering accommodation with hot tub, on a private estate. Set in the Celtic Cambrian Mountains, Tynrhyd Retreat is country luxury with a soul.

Set in the heart of Wales, this group of cottages are in a unique situation, surrounded by five acres of garden with lawns over looking the Dyfi valley. Each cottage is private with garden views.

Located in a glorious country setting 2 miles from the charming town of Llangollen. Attractions abound - historic buildings, steam railway, canal, canoeing, fishing, rambling golf. Open all day.

Small family run guest house central for all amenities. Ground floor rooms. 24 hour access. Licenced.

Boasting panoramic views this very spacious well appointed single storey property enjoys a secluded rural setting on a working farm. Sleeps 6 in 3 bedroom. Sumptuous leather reclining sofas in large lounge. Hot tub and pets welcome

Family friendly Bed and breakfast accommodation with four bedrooms in a 16th century converted stone barn. A warm welsh welcome, with a quality service and excellent food.

In its idyllic rural setting nestled into the hills above the village of Felindre, The Brandy House, once a traditional hill farm, now a small-holding is the perfect place for a peaceful and relaxing break.

Troedyrhiw Holiday Cottages are situated in south west Wales approximately 5 miles north of Cardigan. The cottages are part of a 13 acre smallholding nestling in a picturesque wooded valley of the Nant Arberth.

A 16th century converted corn mill, peacefully situated, en-suite rooms, residents lounge. Ideal for walking and touring the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains and Hay-on-Wye. Single Occupancy £50.00 per night

Set in the heart of Cardigan Bay, Blue Grass Cottages are situated in the hamlet of Chancery just a short drive form Aberystwyth. Tranquil and relaxing surroundings where you can unwind and enjoy the countryside. Spectacular views.

The Townhouse is a large Victorian house with enclosed courtyard garden, and is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac by the Marina and South Beach and is less than a minute's walk to Aberystwyth beach and nearest pub. Free on street parking.

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Carmarthenshire

 
The county is located on the borders of  Ceredigion to the North,  Powys to the east, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea to the south and Pembrokeshire to the west. Home to  lush green landscapes, breathtaking mountains, secluded forests and sandy beaches.

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Pembrokeshire

 
Pembrokeshire is home to the only coastal National park in Britain. The vast expanses of golden beaches and towering cliffs are home to plenty of wildlife. The area is a must for birdwatchers, water sports enthusiasts, walkers and cyclists alike.

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Ceredigion

 
Ceredigion is home to award-winning beaches, sandy coves, sea cliffs, caves and a wide range of wildlife. Whether you are interested in a relaxing golf break or a more adventurous break with windsurfing and kayaking, Ceredigion has something for you.

Special Offers in Wales

Elen's Castle Hotel

Visit Wales 3 Star Inn £75-£121 prpnb, Dolwyddelan

 
 
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£20-£120 ptpn, Dolgellau

 
 
Coach House View

Visit Wales 5 Star Self-catering £175-£645 pupw sleeps 4-6, Aberdovey

 
 
Master bedroom

Visit Wales 5 Star Guest Accommodation £150 prpnb, Fishguard

 
 
Station Cottage and Station House

£395-£575 pupw sleeps 4, Ystrad Meurig