Holiday cottages Wales

Wales is a land of ancient legends and diverse landscapes. This country is a tapestry of history, nature, and culture, offering a unique and unforgettable journey. Our holiday cottages in Wales are the perfect base for exploration. Begin your adventure in Snowdonia National Park, where rugged mountains and serene lakes invite you to hike, climb, or bask in nature’s grandeur. Explore the medieval charm of Conwy Castle and the enchanting village of Portmeirion. The coastline of Wales is a treasure trove of hidden gems, from the breathtaking Pembrokeshire Coast Path to the serene beauty of Anglesey. Don’t miss the majestic castles of Caernarfon and Harlech, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Delve into Welsh culture and history at the National Museum, based in Cardiff, and indulge in local delicacies at bustling markets. Discover and explore this captivating land from our holiday cottages in Wales. A perfect base with which to ensure a memorable stay.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Wales

Wales is a country rich in natural beauty, history, and culture. Looking for a little more opulence to your holiday cottage, then why not treat yourself to one of our Wales cottages with hot tubs or maybe our cottages with pool in Wales?

Here are the top five things to see and do in Wales:

  1. Explore the Castles: Wales is known for its medieval castles. Visit iconic castles like Caernarfon Castle, Conwy Castle, and Cardiff Castle. These historic fortresses offer a glimpse into Wales' past and provide stunning photo opportunities.

  2. Snowdonia National Park: Head to Snowdonia, home to the highest peak in Wales, Mount Snowdon. Hike or take the scenic Snowdon Mountain Railway to the summit for breathtaking views. Explore the park's lakes, forests, and picturesque villages.

  3. Coastal Path Walks: Wales boasts a stunning coastline, and the Wales Coast Path offers fantastic walking opportunities. Highlights include the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Gower Peninsula, and Anglesey Coastal Path, each offering unique coastal landscapes.

  4. St. Fagans National Museum of History: Visit this open-air museum near Cardiff to step back in time. Explore historic buildings from across Wales, showcasing different periods and ways of life.

  5. Brecon Beacons National Park: Discover the rugged beauty of the Brecon Beacons. Hike through rolling hills, explore waterfalls like Sgwd yr Eira, and stargaze in one of the world's Dark Sky Reserves.

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