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A self contained annexe with off road parking, situated in the quiet village of Stackpole in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Pub restaurant 200 yards. Within 15 minutes walk of the coastal path, Stackpole Quay and Barafundle beach.
Set in the picturesque fishing village of Solva, this colour-washed cottage has wonderful sea views over St. Brides Bay. Well-furnished and spacious.
The Lodge sleeps up to 25 people. This includes 15 people sleeping in Hafod Lodge and 10 people sleeping in the detached bunkroom within the private grounds. This six bedroom lodge has its own heated outdoor swimming pool and 10-seat hot tub.
An attractive two bedroomed cottage, part of a converted 1904 chapel, set in peaceful countryside only 10 minutes walk from Llanddulas beach. Fantastic central location to tour North Wales.
Luxury self catering farm cottage with hot tub. Admirably situated with splendid views across the river Towy which runs through the farm. Walk down the river to see abundant birds, wildlife and wild flora. Fishing also available.
This beautifully appointed Victorian hunting lodge is only 20 minutes' walk from Three Cliffs bay. Beautifully furnished, you will find fresh flowers, pitch pine floors, crackling log fires and a distinctly laid-back style.
Traditional five bedroom 17th Century detached stone farmhouse, tastefully renovated whilst retaining the essence of its natural charm. It is situated on a working hill-sheep farm beside a mountain stream.
A stylish, modern and luxurious cottage, furnished and equipped to the highest standard, with sea views to the rear, a large enclosed garden and an inviting hot tub. Ideal for families or a group of friends.
Comfortable and peaceful bed and breakfast accommodation with unspoilt views over Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonia mountains on a working beef and sheep farm near Criccieth.
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. Wonderful walks and scenery right from the doorstep.
A comfortable and spacious old stone house with a relaxing ambiance offering the ultimate Pembrokeshire experience. Comfortable rooms, and meals made with local produce, all in stunning surroundings and set within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Near Caernarfon in Snowdonia, a modern semi-detached house with three bedrooms on two floors. Bed linen and towels provided. Front and enclosed rear gardens. Off-road parking for two cars. Two well behaved dogs welcome. No smoking.