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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.
This bright and spacious property has been designed with a contemporary feel in mind and an uncompromising attention to detail, and is just a two minute stroll from the beautiful beach. Free wifi for guests.
Ash and Sycamore Lodges are on a family farm, 4 miles from the small market town of Rhayader. Both lodges offer luxury accommodation for relaxation or activity holidays, with private hot tub. The lodges recently won a Best Place to Stay award.
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.
Character cottage, sleeps two adults and two children, in a quiet rural village amongst unspoilt countryside. Coast 14 miles. An ideal base for walking, bird-watching and exploring Mid Wales.
Relax and unwind in a beautiful rural setting. This modern static caravan sleeps up to six people in comfort. Relax on the decking with a glass of wine savouring the tranquility, a break away from the daily grind.
Friendly, peaceful and comfortable accommodation with outstanding views set on a hill farm at the foot of the Black mountains. Close by extensive walks leading straight onto the Breacon Becon National park.
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.
Set on a working farm in the North Pembrokeshire countryside, this luxurious holiday caravan has a decking and garden, and views of the Preseli Mountains. Within easy reach of beaches and the coastal footpath. Pets are welcome.