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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.
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.
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."
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.
The perfect location for the huge variety of activities the beautiful Gower Peninsula has to offer. Only five minutes by car from Llangennith beach, one of the best surfing beaches in Wales.
Large 19th Century house set in the beautiful Crynant Valley with good road links to Neath, Swansea and the M4. Comfortable, spacious self catering accommodation in a great location for mountain biking or exploring.
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.
This double glazed, brick built holiday bungalow is at Limeslade, near Mumbles on the beautiful Gower Peninsula. Comfortably furnished, it makes an ideal base for exploring Swansea, Gower and South Wales.
The Bryn Du Mountain Centre is ideally situated in Llanberis with views of Snowdon and Padarn Lake. Within 10 minutes walk to Snowdon, Snowdon Mountain Railway, Electric Mountain, The Welsh Slate Museum, Padarn Country Park and Llanberis High Street.
Nolton Cross Caravan Park is situated 1.5 miles inland of Nolton Haven on the mid St Brides Bay Coast, set on level ground with panoramic views of the Preseli Hills and surrounding open countryside.
Set in a wooded valley, abundant in wild life, this well kept small caravan park is five minutes walk from the beach at Wiseman's Bridge and a mile from the Pembrokeshire coastal village of Saundersfoot.
This family sized holiday home is in a beautiful location just 50 metres from the shoreline of the Ceredigion coast in the hamlet of Cwmtydu between New Quay and Llangrannog. A paradise for walkers and birdwatchers, with close proximity to cliff walks.