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$109

“Peaceful ,comfortable, ideal location for visiting Snowdonia.” We were greeted with welsh cakes they were scrumptious. Although we were told the water was from a spring and may be discolored, we could taste nothing different to our own tap water. we felt that we were catered for in every way and would recommend this cottage to any one and everyone. We would like to say a really big thank you to the owners,they did us proud. The cottage is located 3 miles from Llanbedr, down some narrow country lanes, it is off the beaten track really quiet, it is also very cosy and warm. Brian & Patricia Farthing / Alan & Julie Frost

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$114

THE LITTLE WHITE COTTAGE, cosy cottage, with en-suite bedroom, off road

Llanferres house

  • 1 bedroom
  • 2 bathrooms
  • sleeps 2

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$130

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$181

CORNEL CLUD, family-friendly, courtyard, near Abergele, Ref 10786

Betws yn Rhos house

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • sleeps 6

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$145

Pen Hill, Llantwit Major

Llantwit Major house

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • sleeps 6

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$170

THE PHEASANT ONE, WiFi, in Raglan

Llandenny cottage

  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • sleeps 2

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$175

BWTHYN CLYD, family friendly, country holiday cottage, with a garden in

Llanddaniel Fab house

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • sleeps 4

“Absolutely fabulous” Always love our stays at Bwythn Clyd.- Cannot fault this property. We sat outside in November,both at the bungalow and to have lunch at our favourite eating place- the Pilot Boat. What a bonus is that. This property has everything you need to make your stay hasslefree. We are looking forward to our next visit in May. Cannot recommend this property highly enough.

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$147

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$120

“Peaceful 'get away'” Outstanding, friendly but not intrusive service. Ample equipment to cook a simple meal. Cosy,clean, comfortable home.Beautiful surroundings;quiet relaxing yet easy to get to anglesey(we enjoyed a 'rib' ride up the Menai straits)and other attractive parts of N.Wales not usually visited. The cottage was a joy to return to each evening.

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$172

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$140

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$146

LLEWELYN LODGE, open plan, en-suite, Aberystwyth 1 mile, Ref 963666

Llanbadarn Fawr house

  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • sleeps 2

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$134

Rose Cottage, Welsh Newton

Monmouth house

  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • sleeps 2

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$145

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$124

THE OLD HOUSE, cottage with country views, woodburner, WiFi, Llanidloes Ref

Llanidloes house

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • sleeps 6

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$191

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$239

“Beautiful and relaxing!” We loved staying at Harrison's Cottage! It's like a home from home and somewhere we could really relax. The grounds are so lovely; rolling green hills and fishing lakes with a great cafe right next door! The location is fantastic for visiting other areas too. The owners are really helpful and made us very welcome.

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$116

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$125

Primrose Cottage

Aberystwyth house

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • sleeps 7

“Unforgettable stay at Primrose Cottage” Primrose Cottage is a home where you arrive thinking, "Wow!". It is beautiful, peaceful and immaculately maintained. Only a short drive to beaches and services. The furnishings and inclusions are luxurious and made us feel very special indeed! We have recommended to friends already, and we hope to return for another stay in future.

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$94

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$176

“Relaxing Break” A lovely little cottage in a really nice location. A very friendly, informative welcome by the owner. Equipment basic but adequate.

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$98

BRAICH-Y-CELYN LODGE, family friendly, character holiday cottage, with open

Aberdyfi (Aberdovey) house

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • sleeps 4

“peace & quite with outstanding views & wild life” the house is well placed and easy to find, the layout was modern and well layed out with comfortable beds. For our first first holiday in Wales this was a good location to pick, we found plenty of places to go and eat, we dined out 6 out of 7 nights. We will defenently going back soon.

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$180

Ty Henri, Tresaith

Tresaith house

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • sleeps 4

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$207

The Barn, Corwen

Cynwyd cottage

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • sleeps 10

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$449

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$198

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$120

“Perfect cottage, perfect location, perfect owners” I stayed at the cottage in april with two elderly people, one of whom was in a wheelchair. The facilities were fantastic for disabled visitors. The cottage looked like we were the first occupants, it was in pristine condition - we were really surprised to learn that it had been a rental cottage for around 2 years. The owners were lovely - nothing was too much trouble, although they were not intrusive. The location is absolutely beautiful - on the side of a hill in the Brecon foothills, with fantastic views and a field of very friendly sheep adjacent to the garden. We loved it so much that immediately re-booked when we got home to take my granddaughters there in the Summer holidays.

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$137

MILK WOOD COTTAGE, woodburner, terraced garden in Laugharne, Ref 927579

Laugharne house

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • sleeps 5

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$161

CEDAR GARDENS, detached cottage in spacious grounds, parking, garden room

Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd house

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • sleeps 6

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$201

Rose Cottage, Penrhiwllan

Llangeler cottage

  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • sleeps 2

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$175

TY GWYNN, pets welcome, woodburner & open fire, WiFi, in Tanygrisiau, Ref

Tanygrisiau house

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • sleeps 5

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$142

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$157

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$129

BODFAN PENIEL, end-terrace, private garden, pet-friendly, WiFi, Moelfre, Ref

Llanerchymedd house

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • sleeps 4

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$147

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$152

LLETY'R WENNOL, pet-friendly, peaceful retreat, woodburner, in Ffarmers near

Ffaldybrenin house

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • sleeps 4

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$126

“lovely cottage peaceful location” This was a well equipped cottage full of character we really appreciated the spacious conservatory for meals and playing games etc. I loved the remoteness of the property and the local people were very friendly. The garden was large enough for my children to play in which was important to us. Pretatyn has a very friendly church called Calvary and the people were welcoming and very friendly this made our stay even more special

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$115

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About Wales

Bordering England on the southwest side and lying just a ferry ride across the channel from Ireland, Wales is a land of rich ancient history and stunning natural beauty. Explore Wales in the summer, from the Island of Anglesey in the north to the coasts of Cardiff and Swansea in the south, and you'll be experiencing the best of a true British holiday. Come here to learn more about the Welsh people, culture and language, and pastoral traditions. Take some time to explore the beauty of the land they call home. The national parks here will inspire you, and the many still-intact ancient castles of Wales will transport you to another time. Wales can provide the adventure you're looking for, whether you're traveling with children or in search of a romantic escape. The rolling hills and jagged cliffs of this proud country have sustained its people for thousands of years, and many of the farms and museums tell the story of all that has transpired here during that time.

There's so much to see and do in Wales that it's difficult to schedule it all in one visit, but here are a few suggestions to help you plan your trip:

  • Visit the Island of Anglesey in North Wales: Get lost in the corridors of Beaumaris Castle and be swept away by the old world charm of the Foel Farm Park in Brynsiencyn. From the Island, it's easy to take a ferry to Ireland, Britain, or Holland.
  • Visit Cardiff: Come to Cardiff for St. Fagan's National History Museum. Learn about the people and culture of Wales at this 100 acre park, living history museum, and historic village.
  • Play and relax on Llangennith Beach in Swansea: Located in southern Wales, Swansea offers hiking and beach activities. Be sure to make time for a tour of the Swansea chocolate factory.
  • Explore Snowdonia National Park in Conwy: While you're here, see the 13th century haunted Conwy Castle and the breathtaking Conwy waterfalls.
  • Shop for produce in Carmarthen: Come to Carmarthen for the scenic railway as well as the famous open air flea and farmers market.
  • Take a boating trip from St. David's Peninsula and Ramsey Island: Go on a wildlife spotting eco adventure by boat.

It should be very easy to find a place to stay in Wales for the length of your visit no matter where you plan to spend most of your time. Vacation rentals are widely available in the heart of bustling urban centers as well as in the remote countryside. Find a condo or apartment in Cardiff or rent a beautiful cabin in St. David's. For the best seaside experience, rent a villa with views overlooking the emerald hills on one side and the blue ocean on the other.

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Poppy Sheperd Lodge
Perfect lodge set in beautiful Wales

Was here for my 4 year anniversary with my partner. The lodge had everything we needed and was super clean and warm set in a beautiful part of Abergavenny in Wales. We had our own BBQ area and pit fire right next to a pond. The supermarkets and restaurants are close by if you wanted to venture out. Just an all round great place to be and just chill. Recommended !!see more
Fodol Cottages
Beautiful cottages

Great host, great communication and cottages set in an ideal location. Close enough to amenities so would highly recommend. … see more
Fabulous Harbourside Apartment
Apartment with beautiful view of harbor

We really enjoyed our stay in Porthmadog at the apartment. The view was wonderful and relaxing, and we could easily walk to town. The owner was friendly and helpful, and the only thing the apartment lacked was a microwave (we are so used to them in the USA). Otherwise it had all we needed for a comfortable time while we toured the area. If we returned we would stay here again.see more
Cae y Rhedyn Annexe
Relaxed South Wales Stay

Enjoyed a relaxed stay surrounded by beautiful scenery near the Mon-Brecon canal. Wonderful Welsh hospitality from our hosts. We would happily return. … see more
Medley Meadow Glamping
Peaceful and Picturesque

A gorgeous stay at Medley Meadows. We had a two bedroom - with a lovely outdoor dining area. A great place to be where you feel a million miles away from everything, but close enough - if you need any essentials! Can’t wait to go back, thanks to Mark and Andy! … see more
Peacock Cottage, Coity Bach Farm, 30 mile views, Dark Sky at Night Area
60th birthday

First trip away...first since lockdown..for my husbands 60th. Lovely cosy comfy cottage with everything you could need. Good outside space with great seating. Brilliant hosts...we had eggs from the chickens...stroked their dogs looked at the quite tame Peacocks and my granddaughter stroked 2 week old kittens..it made her day. Loved it.see more

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