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Magnificent views of Llanddwyn Warren, forest and Snowdonia. Set within its own grounds only a mile from the beach, this six berth caravan is ideally suited to those who appreciate the great outdoors.
Our tipis are a perfect way to get away from the stresses and strains of modern life. We offer an alternative camping experience. We are situated in a beautiful area very close to many local beaches and the Pembrokeshire Coastal path.
Six berth static caravan near Amlwch. Set in its own private garden, with views of the famous copper mine and countryside, a great place to explore Anglesey.
On a hillside farm in Brecon Beacons National Park with fantastic views over Llanthony Valley, Flagstone is one of two charming cottages with log fires and underfloor heating. Two pubs within walking distance.
Luxurious converted barn with stunning views of the Black Mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Perfect for walking, cycling or simply relaxing and enjoying the tranquil beauty of this gorgeous corner of Wales.
The Beach Hut is a guest house with the emphasis on quality and affordability. We are 2 minutes drive to the ferry port. Comfortable rooms (newly renovated) which are always spotless with en-suite facilities and satellite TV, most with sea views.
A unique holiday venue providing self catering holiday accommodation, which is fully accessible for groups, organisations and families whose members have special needs. The Centre sleeps up to 15 people and is fully accessible to wheelchair users.
Fulmar is in a small valley leading down to the sandy bay of Nolton Haven. It is ideally placed to explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Park with all its beaches, harbours, islands and amazing wildlife, yet only a short drive from St Davids.
Your ideal base for the Coed-y-Brenin mountain bike trails, this restored farmhouse offers spacious, well equipped accommodation 6 miles from Dolgellau and is within easy reach of beaches and the mountains of Snowdonia.
A romantic luxury traditional stone cottage on a working smallholding overlooking the Upper Teifi Valley - an idyllic setting on the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountains, surrounded by beautiful countryside - opportunities for walking and birdwatching.
Central for St Davids, Fishguard and Haverfordwest, this 18th Century upside-down converted barn is set in a quiet rural location, close to the Pembrokeshire coastal footpath. Ideal for the beach, surfing birdwatching, cycling, golf and much more.
Arthfan is a recently converted barn in a tranquil setting with breathtaking views of the Cader Idris and Arran mountain ranges. An area of outstanding natural beauty within easy reach of the many varied attractions offered in this part of Wales.