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Luxurious modern townhouse just two minutes walk from the Cardiff Bay waterfront, and within easy reach of the city centre. With three double bedrooms, it comfortably sleeps 6 and is available for long or short stays.
A comfortable, refurbished house on a quiet street within the medieval town walls of Conwy, a minute's walk from the town centre and river front. Two double bedrooms, separate cosy lounge and dining room provide space to relax in. Wifi available.
Stylish and luxurious holiday apartment with stunning views over Tenby South Beach towards Caldey Island. Terrace with hot tub and outdoor furniture.
Originally a medieval coaching-inn known as "The Globe Inn", Tenby House was the Tenby home of Sir William Paxton, who developed the town into the fine bathing spa of regency times.
A spacious, luxurious self catering holiday home, ideal for family holidays house in Saundersfoot. It's in a peaceful, secluded setting just ten minutes' walk from the beach.
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.
A boutique-style self catering holiday home in the popular Pembrokeshire fishing village of Saundersfoot. Located in a peaceful setting, approximately a ten minute walk along a public footpath to the beach. All local amenities are within easy reach.
A very unusual flat in a church conversion overlooking Cardigan Bay in Criccieth. Full wall of original stained glass and a cathedral window overlooking the bay in the living room. Minute walk to beach, groceries, restaurants, cafes, pub. Parking, wifi.
Self catering lodge is within the stunning grounds of Stepaside Heritage Park in the hamlet of Pleasant Valley on the Pembrokeshire coast.
Starre Gorse Holiday Park is situated in a beautiful woodland valley and is only half a mile from Wiseman's Bridge beach and pub.
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.
Situated on the edge of the village of Borth, five minutes from sea and shops. Comfortable, well equipped accommodation, ideal for nature lovers. Excellent value for money.