Thousands of places to stay in Wales
Farm cottages near New Radnor and Presteigne
Highbrook Farm Cottages
Three holiday self catering cottages in the Radnor Valley, Mid Wales surrounded by beautiful countryside and close to Offa's Dyke footpath. An ideal area for walking and exploring the beautiful Elan valley, Hergest Croft Gardens and Hay on Wye.
Self catering cottage at Pentrefelin near Criccieth
A lovingly restored 18th Century cottage situated on a 2000 acre private country estate close to Criccieth. Hidden in ancient oak woodlands with views to the sea and beyond from the pretty secluded garden where al fresco dining can be enjoyed.
Static caravan near Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire
Comfortable, well equipped caravan in private location near the coast of Broad Haven. Lovely views of woodland, sheep and ponies. Cost fully inclusive of gas, electricity and bedlinen and welcome pack with home-made cake for your arrival.
Anglesey country caravan near Amlwch and Cemaes
A spacious, well appointed caravan on the northernmost tip of Anglesey. Set in a secluded south facing garden next to the owner's cottage, it has extensive country views. Close by are many attractions including sandy beaches and the Anglesey Coastal path.
Coastal campsite with static caravans at St Davids
Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park
Winner of the AA Welsh Campsite of the Year 2013. A quiet family run Park within walking distance of St Davids. Immediately adjacent to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and within 300 metres of the sandy Caerfai Bay Seaside Award bathing beach.
Holiday cottage near Machynlleth
An olde worlde cottage with all modern facilities. An annex of the main hall, this cottage faces south west with patio doors open out into the garden. The spacious lounge has a large inglenook fireplace and an old bread oven. Spacious kitchen diner.
Glaslyn Valley B&B near Porthmadog with Snowdonia views
Brynllydan Country Guest House
A family-run business situated in seven acres of private grounds and is surrounded by the spectacular scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. Guests enjoy stunning views across the Vale of Glaslyn to some of the highest mountains in England and Wales.