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Ideal for families or groups, the Barn is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park, within walking distance of the canal and is also close to the hills, rivers and castles of Monmouthshire and the industrial heritage of the Valleys. Dogs welcome.
This semi-detached holiday bungalow is in a secluded valley, about five minutes' walk to the sandy cove of Nolton Haven. The huge, sandy surfing beach of Newgale is approx. 10 mins drive away.
Eight beautifully presented apartments only 10 minutes walk from Tenby's South Beach with stunning sea views, ample free car parking, close to local transport links in the picturesque village of Penally, only 1.5 miles from the seaside town of Tenby.
Enjoy unrivalled sea views from every room, picturesque sunsets, listening to the sound of crashing waves while relaxing in the secluded garden.
Cefn Pawl is a spacious converted cottage situated high up on the hillside in its own natural setting. Surrounded by trees it commands panoramic views over protected crown commission land grazed by sheep and horses.
Built some 300 years ago and once used by the village blacksmith, Little Barn has been tastefully converted to provide characterful, well equipped self catering accommodation. A few minutes from Cowbridge, and 11 miles from Cardiff.
Seven cottages or B&B sleep up to 40 with swimming pool, hot tub spas, wifi, barbecue, footie field, play areas and pets. Near Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Cardigan Bay with dolphins, beaches and outdoor activities. Visit three National Parks.
Luxurious ground floor apartment in arguably the best location Tenby has to offer, with fabulous views over the South Beach. Just a few minutes' walk to the town centre. Superbly equipped, contemporary accommodation.
Luxurious modern townhouse just two minutes walk from the Cardiff Bay waterfront, and within easy reach of the city centre. With three double bedrooms, it comfortably sleeps 6 and is available for long or short stays.
Molly's Cottage is a gem. Blessed with an idyllic riverside location in one of the most popular villages in the Brecon Beacons and refurbished to a high standard with broadband internet access.
In its own grounds with summer house, central heating and open fires, equipped for disabled. A mile from White Water Centre. Also static caravan, and pitches for tents and tourers. Ample parking. Trout stream in season. Wifi internet access.
Originally a medieval coaching-inn known as "The Globe Inn", Tenby House was the Tenby home of Sir William Paxton, who developed the town into the fine bathing spa of regency times.