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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Llangoed Hall

Llangoed Hall

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'.

Oakenholt Farm

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.

Lion Hotel

Lion Hotel

A delightful hotel on the village green, commanding magnificent views of Cardigan Bay. Exceptionally friendly atmosphere. Excellent comfort & value. A great base for touring & golf breaks. Varied entertainment programme.

Exterior of the Black Boy Inn, Caernarfon, N Wales

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.

Richmond Hotel

The Richmond

The Richmond boasts the prime seafront location on the main Aberystwyth Promenade overlooking Cardigan Bay and is at the heart of town. All room have ensuite facilities. The hotel has its own large private car park.

Lounge Bar

The Wynnstay

The Wynnstay Machynlleth is a charming old Coaching Inn. The restaurant appeals to gourmets, hungry locals and travellers. Open fires, log stoves, excellent wines and real ales. "This one is different", said Martin Bright in The Observer.

Rose Cottage, Dutlas, near Knighton

Rose Cottage

Rose Cottage has been awarded the prestigious GOLD award by Green Tourism A comfortable very well equipped two-bedroomed cottage, stunning views, and lots of wildlife. Close to attractions both sides of the mid Wales border, N&S Wales

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Penygelli Apartments

1 Mile from Newtown town centre. Dog friendly accommodation with an 8 acre field for walking, Great for small groups (up to 4) or couples looking to get away. Barbeque, Fire Pit & Free Wifi

Emily - bathroom

Ffynnon

Situated at the foot of Cader Idris in Southern Snowdonia, we offer sumptuous accommodation from which to explore North Wales or enjoy time with family or friends.

Farmyard gardens next to Granary

Nannerth Country Holidays

Choose from 3 quality country dwellings on our 200 acre farm, set in astonishingly beautiful countryside. Explore from the door, see the wildlife, discover the Elan Valley which joins the farm, relax under the stars in your private hot tub.

Hendy Farm Cottages

Hendy Farm Cottages

A warm welcome awaits you at Hendy, situated in the Snowdonia National Park. Enjoy Self Catering accommodation on a working farm with the privilege of its own halt on the Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Railway.

Caerwylan Room 11 Standard Bedroom

Caerwylan Hotel

The ideal location for 1 or more days by the sea and a good base to explore the Llyn and Snowdonia. Warm, friendly service. Popular restaurant.

Exterior View of the hotel

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.

Foyles of Glasbury

Foyles of Glasbury

Foyles is situated in the pretty riverside village of Glasbury-on-Wye providing stylish, comfortable accommodation & restaurant serving local, seasonal dishes. Open daily for breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner.

Elens Castle

Elen's Castle Hotel

Elen's Castle Hotel was once an 18th century coaching inn. Whilst retaining its historical charm and many original features, it is now a fully modernised hotel in a peaceful, village setting away from the crush of tourists.

Brandy House Farm

Brandy House Farm

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.

Ty Rosa

Ty Rosa Boutique B&B

Cardiff Boutique B&B, Gourmet breakfast menu freshly cooked. Gluten/dairy free, LGBT friendly, Free parking and Wi-Fi.

Whiteshell Chalets

Whiteshell Chalets

Whiteshell Chalets are situated in the quiet top corner of Summercliffe Chalet park, just five minutes from the sea and the Wales Coastal path

Harry's Hotel, Bar & Bistro

Harry's Hotel, Bar & Bistro

Harry's Hotel and Restaurant is ideally located in the heart of Aberystywth, a busy University Town. Enjoy the delights of Harry's restaurant where Chefs, uses only the finest local ingredients.

Troedyrhiw Holiday Cottages

Troedyrhiw Holiday Cottages

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.

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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

Brynarth Country Guest House

Visit Wales 4 Star Guest House £49-£150 prpnb, Aberystwyth

 
 
Penllwyn Cottages

Visit Wales 4 to 5 Star Self-catering £345-£1060 pupw sleeps 2-6, New Quay

 
 
Bryncarnedd Cottages

Visit Wales 4 to 5 Star Self-catering £350-£1750 pupw sleeps 2-10, Aberystwyth

 
 
Station Cottage

Fair Booking £284-£546 pupw sleeps 4, Ystrad Meurig

 
 
Murmur Aeron

Fair Booking £338-£607 pupw sleeps 6, Tregaron