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Nestling in the Clwydian Hills, Bryn Tirion offers cosy comfort, great charm and a warm welcome to ensure you have a wonderful time.
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.
This friendly guest house is about a mile and a half south of Aberystwyth's town centre. Set in spacious grounds and with coastal views, we offer private parking.
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.
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.
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.
Friendly guest house with free parking, free wifi in rooms, ensuites and breakfast included. Conveniently located for Builth Wells town centre and RWAS showground.
Amroth Castle is uniquely situated in beautiful walled grounds just yards from a Blue Flag beach. Within the spacious grounds are static caravans, coach houses and castle apartments, and just outside the castle walls are two delightful seaside cottages.
This cosy end of terrace cottage is five minutes walk from the centre of the beautiful village of Beddgelert. Features include inglenook, wood burning stove, front, rear and large side gardens. Full internet access. An ideal base for walkers and families.
Welcome to The Hawthorns in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Dating from the early 18th Century, it is situated in the village of Talybont-on-Usk, near Brecon, alongside the 'Taff Trail' which leads to the Talybont Reservoir forest walk and waterfalls.
Easily accessible yet secluded, this comfortable 16th century detached stone cottage has a wealth of beams and character and is in an idyllic setting in the Dyfi Valley. The cottage provides a perfect base for exploring this fascinating and varied region.
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.