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Two converted barns, sleeping 11 in total, luxuriously decorated with stunning views. Close to Lake Vyrnwy and Powis Castle, within easy driving distance of beach, narrow gauge railways and many other attractions. Wheelchair accessible.
Family-run accommodation with restaurant and bar in the Mid Wales town of Talgarth at the foot of the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Perfect for mountain bike runs, walking trails and bike route 8 Cardiff to Holyhead.
This gorgeous cottage by the coast is perfect for all seasons. Just over 3 miles from Abersoch, it's ideal for exploring all that the stunning Llyn Peninsula has to offer.
In a peaceful setting just outside Builth Wells, Trecoed is a working farm offering a warm welcome, comfortable en-suite rooms and an excellent Welsh breakfast. An ideal base for exploring Mid Wales and the Wye Valley.
Farmhouse bed and breakfast in a stunning valley near Llandrindod Wells in Mid Wales, convenient for the Royal Welsh showground at Builth Wells.
En-suite B&B at Manordeilo, between the market towns of Llandeilo and Llandovery. Ideally situated for touring Mid and South Wales. Evening meals available on request. Spanish and Italian spoken.
If you like to be on top of the World, this is your ideal escape. This characterful old farmhouse is at the end of a private track at an altitude of 1000ft. The views across the Welsh borderlands, into Herefordshire and beyond are unbeatable.
A recently renovated spacious stone barn on a working farm at the heart of the beautiful Gower Peninsula. Superb uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside with easy access to a choice of fabulous beaches.
Lovely holiday home in very quiet location suitable for all ages. Private parking, wifi, garage, attractive contemporary interior, furnished verandah overlooking south facing garden. Walking distance to village, shops, cafes, sea front, beaches.
Four farm cottages, sleeping between two and four, close to the village of Siginstone which is between Cowbridge and the Heritage Coast at Llantwit Major.
Ideal for relaxing and peaceful, get-away-from-it-all holidays, Glan Dwyryd is a whitewashed 200 year old cottage looking out on the junction of two rivers, surrounded by ancient woodlands and mountains and within easy reach of the sea.
A quiet and beautiful location on family farm with views over the Welsh countryside. If you're seeking peace and quiet, or simply need to get away from city life, this is the place for you. This is the ideal location if you enjoy cycling or walking.