With several designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and three National Parks, Wales is truly a destination for anyone who can’t resist breath-taking views and exploring the outdoors. From the sweeping countryside to majestic mountains and striking coastlines, Wales’ stunning landscapes will capture your heart.
Our luxury holiday cottages in Wales are in the best locations for hikers, adventure-seekers, beach-lovers and those wishing to discover rich culture and heritage.
Maybe you want to tick off reaching the summit of Mount Snowdon from your bucket list. Or you have a penchant for exploring ancient castles. Perhaps you want to walk part of the Wales Coast Path and admire the rugged scenery. Or maybe the golden sands of popular beaches appeal. We have everything from family-friendly cottages in Wales to cottages for couples.
Whether you wish to explore the Snowdonia National Park or enjoy the coastal beauty of Pembrokeshire, browse our destinations to find your next luxury self-catering holiday in Wales.
Our luxury cottages in Wales are located in and within reach of some of the best places to visit in Wales. If you love getting off-the-beaten-track a little bit and all the stunning scenery and tranquillity that comes with that, Wales is a fantastic destination.
Blessed with coastal beauty, there are many places to choose from when it comes to finding the best places to enjoy sea views and breathe in the fresh, salty air. For wild, unspoilt coastline head to Pembrokeshire, the Gower Peninsula and Anglesey. All are fantastic places to embrace coastal walks, look for wildlife including seals and dolphins and enjoy boat trips and water sports.
Meanwhile, the Llyn Peninsula is a fantastic place for quintessential golden sands. Resorts including Abersoch are hard to beat when it comes to a family-friendly beach holiday in Wales.
If it is a true adventure that you crave, Snowdonia is the place to head to. From climbing Mount Snowdon to speeding over old slate mines on a zip-wire, there is plenty to get your adrenaline flowing.
With rich culture and heritage too, there are castles and historic homes to visit, plus an eclectic mix of festivals. If you love literature, don’t miss the renowned Hay Festival.Read more
The start of a new year is a great time to blow the cobwebs away. January is fantastic for a reset with crisp walks that will clear the mind and help work of the excesses of Christmas. It is also the perfect time for romantics to visit, as 25th January is St Dwynwen’s Day, the Welsh equivalent of St Valentine’s Day.
Springtime is one of the best times to visit Wales for walking. Flowers come into bloom and the temperature is ideal for long hikes, whether through the forests of the Snowdonia National Park or along the coastal path of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
In summertime, it is all about the beaches. From a family-friendly beach resort like Abersoch for fun-filled days building sandcastles, to coastal cottages for two on the Gower Peninsula that are perfectly placed for water sports by day and relaxing in style by night, there is something for everyone.
Summer also marks festival season and bookworms should visit Hay-on-Wye for the Hay Festival that offers a wide range of literature-themed events. If sailing and all things nautical is more your scene, a host of regattas are held too, offering fun for participants and spectators alike.
On the countdown to Christmas, a trip to a beautifully decorated historic home such as Powis Castle in Powys, will get you into the festive spirit. Meanwhile, Christmas markets like Swansea offer the opportunity to purchase traditional handcrafted items and local produce as gifts.Read More
When it comes to planning your Wales holiday you should find a luxury holiday cottage within easy reach of everything that you and your travel party like to do. Our Welsh cottages are in fantastic locations to experience many of the best things to do in Wales.
Snowdonia is a fantastic base for scenery and adventure. Mount Snowdon is a must-see and whether you choose to climb it or reach the summit via mountain railway, the views are spectacular. Meanwhile, for thrill-seekers, there is Adventure Parc Snowdonia for surfing on the inland lagoon, while Zip World offers zip-wiring and trampolining in the setting of an old slate mine.
Prefer to wander around historic places and absorb Welsh culture? Combine scenic beauty and rich heritage with a trip to Conwy Castle in North Wales. This well-preserved medieval fortress is a real gem, while the coastal town of Conwy is full of delightful cafes and gift shops.
For something different, visit Portmeirion, close to the Llyn Peninsula, which is an Italian-style village and a top tourist attraction in Wales. Complete with a gelato shop, woodland walks and coastal views, it makes a fantastic day out.Read more
Our luxury holiday cottages in Wales range from grand country houses perfect for a celebration to cosy Welsh cottages for two. If it is sea views that you are looking for, our collection of sea view cottages on the Welsh coast feature vistas that you won’t want to take your eyes off.
If you have specific requirements such as a dog-friendly cottage in Wales, our selection includes properties that will warmly welcome your four-legged friends. Meanwhile, our family-friendly Welsh cottages have plenty to keep everyone entertained.
Perhaps it is a Welsh cottage with a log burner that is a must for you. We have plenty of cosy cottages where you can warm up in front of the flickering flames after a day exploring the countryside or coast.
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