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This friendly guest house is about a mile and a half south of Aberystwyth's town centre. Set in spacious grounds and with coastal views, we offer private parking.
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.
Less than a mile from historic town of Conwy, Cyffredin Cottages were originally the workers' cottages for the local paper and candle wax mill. Set in landscaped gardens with a stream running through, they have stunning views of the Snowdonia mountains.
Discover the unspoilt mountains and coast of Mid Wales from our comfortable static caravan which is on a working farm in the Dyfi Valley, 2 miles from Machynlleth.
This renovated miners' cottage, built in 1865, is close to the entrance to Bike Park Wales, a popular cycle track, in the rural village of Abercanaid on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, 3 miles from Merthyr Tydfil and 22 miles from Cardiff.
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.
Number One offers comfortable and comprehensively equipped self-catering accommodation for up to five people. It has a great sea view and is just five minutes walk from Nolton Haven beach. An ideal location from which to explore Pembrokeshire's coast.
Enjoying a gorgeous riverside setting in Bangor on Dee, the charming Buck House Hotel offers relaxing accommodation, great food and cask ale. The perfect location from which to discover North Wales and the borders.
Surrounded by rolling hills and fields, and peacefully set in six acres, the cottage is approached from a very quiet lane just two miles from Bala Lake. Guests with limited mobility will find this charming cottage very easy to access.
An old stone barn conversion in a secluded setting on the banks of the River Banwy on the artist owners' property. Sensitively restored with oak beams, pitched ceilings and Victorian-style bathroom.
On a working farm overlooking the Menai Strait, a self catering farmhouse, and high quality small caravan park with static caravans and pitches for tourers. Boat storage also available.
Luxurious accommodation in the heart of historic Laugharne, described by the Sunday Times as "probably the best furnished holiday rental property in the country, reminiscent of a boutique hotel."