Wales features some of the most remarkable coastline in the UK, and if you’re looking for somewhere to stay by the sea, then you couldn’t have come to a better place. We have an extraordinary range of truly wonderful coastal cottages in Wales, regardless of what you are looking for and where exactly you wish to explore. You might be after something that the whole family can enjoy, for example, or maybe you’re looking for a pad to stay in with a group of friends; either way, we’re sure to have the cottages by the sea in Wales for you.
Pembrokeshire is a perennially popular choice when it comes to Wales’ coastline. In fact, the Pembrokeshire coastline is 186 miles long in total, and not only takes in stunning clifftop views, long sandy beaches and fascinating wildlife, but includes lovely little towns, such as Tenby, which boasts three miles of sandy beach, a picturesque harbour, medieval stone walls and charming shops, restaurants, cafes and cosy pubs. This seaside town has been welcoming visitors looking for sun, sea and sand for over 200 years, so it must be doing something right.
Choose to take a break in Anglesey, and you could stay in one of our charming traditional stone cottages, some of which even boast sea views. Connected to the mainland of Wales via a bridge and within easy reach of the stunning Snowdonia National Park, a trip to Angelsey promises you some incredible stretches of sandy beach, and plenty of opportunities to explore the great outdoors. Much of the coastline here has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and with the Angelsey Coastal Path, you can easily explore much of it on foot. But if you prefer your outdoor sports a little more fast paced, then there are plenty of opportunities for cycling or even water sports, such as windsurfing, kayaking, paddle boarding and surfing.
Wale’s coastline is simply fit to bursting with places to stay and things to do while you’re staying there. We have seaside cottages in Cardigan where you can choose between renovated barns, luxury apartments and cute, timber-framed cottages, as well as seaside cottages in Gwynned, where history stretches back to the fifth century, Snowdonia National Park reigns supreme and the beaches are secluded and sandy. Here, you could stay in a former stone barn, or choose a coastal cottage with views of famous Cardigan Bay; wherever you choose to stay in Wales, you’ll find comfort, charm and peace of mind in one of our excellent cottages by the sea.