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Browse the bookshops, sample the many excellent eateries and bag a bargain at the market in Hay-on-Wye. This chic, spacious and well equipped apartment is just two minutes from the town centre and has private parking, a balcony, wifi and lift access.
A warm welcome is always assured at this family farm. Spacious and comfortable accommodation in a tranquil rural setting. Only 5 minutes from the National Botanic Garden of Wales, convenient for M4 and A48. Easy to find. Free wifi.
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.
Three bed centrally heated static caravan in private grounds on a 3 acre small holding in Rhosgoch, Anglesey. The caravan sleeps six comfortably - one double and two twin bedrooms.
This two hundred year old farmhouse and converted barn on a hillside have spectacular views of Snowdonia and the Rhinog mountains. Ideal for peace and solitude. Visit the famous Coed y Brenin mountain biking trails. Sandy beaches 15 miles.
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.
Holiday bungalow in the popular village of Little Haven in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Comfortable, warm in winter, bright airy and modern, equipped with good quality utensils and appliances. Two minutes from beach, pubs, cafe and restaurant.
Brynonnen offers you a haven of tranquility and comfort. It is located near the seaside resort of New Quay. The Heritage coastal path is nearby, and therefore ample opportunity to explore the treasures that the coastline has to offer.
This sunny and spacious bungalow on the estuary at Four Mile Bridge in Anglesey is the ideal location for a relaxing family holiday. A dream for canoeists, fishermen, and bird watchers with easy access to great local beaches and other attractions.
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.
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.
An elegant Edwardian country residence in its own substantial grounds. The house was fully modernised six years ago, and at the same time a new wing was added which contains this purpose-built holiday cottage.