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This character holiday home has three bedrooms, sleeping up to five plus cot. Situated in Llandudno town centre, it's within walking distance of all the amenities of this lovely Victorian resort. Concealed off road parking for one car nearby.
The first of three Welsh timber lodges, the Hereford Lodge is very comfortable and well equipped, with a complete under floor heating system to keep you cosy in the winter.
Self catering lodge is within the stunning grounds of Stepaside Heritage Park in the hamlet of Pleasant Valley on the Pembrokeshire coast.
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.
Great for a large group or a romantic break for two, this charming accommodation in Southern Snowdonia has something to offer everyone. Excellent area for hillwalking and bird spotting.
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.
A detached, private country cottage in Snowdonia with mountain and distant sea views. A mix of old and new, with exposed beams throughout giving it character, complemented by a modern kitchen and bathroom.
Newly available for 2016 is Tan Y Bryn - two cosy country cottages with spectacular views of Church Bay which is less than a mile away. The cottages are beautifully furnished and fully equipped with fresh linen and towels provided. Each cottage sleeps 4.
Converted stone barn accomodation and tiny campsite on working family farm. Located high on the Blorenge mountain in the National Park, adjacent to the Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site. Great walks direct from the farm.
10 holiday cottages situated in our 400 acre private woodland. For over 35 years these traditional Welsh slate and stone buildings have been providing a warm and comfortable base for visitors to explore the picturesque area of Mid Wales.
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.
This former chapel house stands in its own grounds on the edge of the village of Rhyd Ddu with outstanding views of Snowdon. Recently extended and refurbished, it's the ideal base for an active or relaxing holiday. Internet access available.