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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Recommended Wales Properties to book

Cyfie Farm

Minutes from fairytale Lake Vyrnwy, Cyfie Farm offers excellent five star self-catering accommodation in four luxury cottages. With spectacular views overlooking the Vyrnwy Valley

Penbontbren Boutique B&B

The definitive luxury bed and breakfast with home comforts and more. An Ideal base for a short break or long holiday near the West Wales coast.

The Swan at Hay Hotel

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.

Helmau Cottages

Helmau Cottages are situated 2 miles from Dolgellau within the Snowdonia National Park, and just 10 minutes walk direct to the spectacular waterfalls at Torrent Walk and near to Coed Y Brenin mountain-bike centre.

Black Boy Inn

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.

Tan y Graig

Tan y Graig is a family run establishment presenting a warm welcome to guests. Situated in the beautiful Vyrnwy valley 1 mile from the village of Meifod and 10 minutes from the market town of Welshpool. Castles, lakes, walking & adventure.

Priskilly Forest Country House

Splendid setting, timeless relaxation, peaceful bird's songs. Spacious rooms .Unwind in large comfy beds and enjoy a change. Come and stay in 2020 ." Step it out on our woodland walks by the river Cleddau" Please tel before booking for info

Kilsby House

An elegant 19thC house set in 2.5 acres of garden and private woodland with spectacular views and a huge variety of birds. Paradise for walkers, birdwatchers, cyclists, fishermen and horse riders.

Park Hall

Park Hall offers a relaxing setting in extensive grounds within easy reach of many activities including walking, fishing, pony trekking and golf, not to mention some lovely sandy beaches.

Over the Rainbow Vegetarian Retreat

Over the Rainbow - relaxed, informal eco-friendly vegetarian/vegan country retreat, with quality b&b accommodation in a restored Georgian mansion, totally off the beaten track secluded in acres of woodland/gardens. Green Tourism Gold award.

Garth Dderwen Guest House

Victorian Guest House located in a quiet position in the centre of Betws-y-Coed, close to local walks, Golf course, fishing, mountain bike routes and bike hire centre. Double, twin, single rooms with either en-suite or private bathrooms.

Oakenholt Farm

Oakenholt Farmhouse is a spacious grade 2 listed farmhouse with interior woodwork & beams, dating back to 1450 which has been sympathetically renovated to provide lovely comfortable homely accommodation for visitors.

Woodlands Caravan & Camping Park

The Woodlands is a well established, family run caravan park set amidst some of the most beautiful scenery Mid Wales has to offer. It is situated in Devils Bridge, a small village nestling at the top of the Rheidol Valley.

Penygelli Apartments

1 Mile from Newtown town centre. Dog friendly accommodation perfect for couples or small groups looking for an escape. We're only 40 minutes from Abersywtyth with lots of dog friendly walks and some great dog friendly pubs nearby

Awel Môr

Awel Môr luxury apartments are stylish holiday homes on Aberystwyth Sea front. They combine the comfort of a hotel with the convenience of a private residence.

Karden House

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

Old Radnor Barn Bed & Breakfast

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.

Albion House

Serviced accommodation in Pembroke Dock.

Deri Fawr

Our cottages are in an 18th Century stone barn sympathetically converted into 4 units each with a bathroom, kitchen, loungediner . They are centrally heated & well furnished to enable you to have a stress free/peaceful stay.

Llwyn Beuno

Just 10minutes from Pwllheli and its sailing academy Plas Heli. Ideally situated for touring Llyn and Snowdonia. Numerous beaches to explore Oil CH and electricity included. Free linen and personal towels. Discount for couple only bookings

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Carmarthenshire

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

 
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
 
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

Master bedroom

Visit Wales 5 Star Guest Accommodation £150 prpnb, Fishguard

 
 
Elen's Castle Hotel

Visit Britain Good to go £75-£116 prpnb, Dolwyddelan

 
 
Dyfiview B&B

Visit Britain Good to go £66-£80 prpnb, Machynlleth

 
 
bungalow outside

£85-£125 pupn sleeps 4-5, Aberystwyth

 
 
Yr Hen Stablau terrace

Visit Wales 4 Star Self-catering £370-£650 pupw sleeps 6, Machynlleth