Embark on a captivating journey to Wales, a country steeped in history, adorned with stunning landscapes, and alive with vibrant culture. From majestic castles to picturesque coastlines and rugged mountains, Wales offers an unforgettable adventure for everyone. Wales is a land of ancient tales, natural splendour, and warm hospitality. Let its rich heritage and awe-inspiring landscapes captivate your heart and ignite your sense of adventure. Our lodges and holiday parks in Wales are situated in some of the most breathtaking locations. From coast to country, we've got a lodge or parks to suit all tastes and budgets. From luxury lodges with hot tubs to dog-friendly holiday parks in Wales. So pack your bags and head off to the land of castles and legends.
With so much to thrill and amaze visitors, holidays in Wales gives you the chance to visit bustling cities like Cardiff, Swansea and Aberystwyth, where you’ll find fascinating museums and great entertainment. Our holiday cottages in Wales provide everything you need for a fantastic break and allow you to come and go at your own pace as you explore this amazing country. Climbing, mountain biking, hiking and wildlife watching are just a few of the activities on offer and there are plenty of places where you’ll want nothing more than to sit back and enjoy the view.
Whatever the weather, or season, nothing can beat gazing out at the azure blue of the sea from the comfort of your holiday home. Our Wales sea view cottages are the perfect remedy for those wanting to kick back and relax with a loved one or with family or friends. From well-wrapped-up winter walks or traditional bucket and spade holidays, our cottages are an ideal base to explore more of this fantastic location. Discover the enchantment of Welsh castles, such as Conwy Castle and Caernarfon Castle, where medieval legends come to life. Explore the narrow streets of quaint villages like Hay-on-Wye, known as the "Town of Books," or take a scenic drive through the breathtaking Snowdonia National Park. Wales boasts a dramatic coastline, with charming seaside towns, rugged cliffs, and pristine beaches. Walk the Wales Coast Path, immersing yourself in stunning vistas and the ever-present sound of crashing waves.
Immerse yourself in Welsh culture and traditions. Attend a lively Eisteddfod, a celebration of music, poetry, and performance. Delight in the melodious sounds of Welsh choirs and the language's unique lyrical beauty. Indulge in delicious Welsh cuisine, from hearty lamb dishes to savoury Welsh rarebit and freshly caught seafood. Visit traditional pubs to sample local ales and spirits, or explore the thriving food scene in cities like Cardiff and Swansea.
From the magnificent peaks of Snowdonia National Park to the blue lagoon of Pembrokeshire and the Fairy Glen of Conwy, Wales is full to the brim with natural beauty, a much more varied place than many people realise. It’s home to stunning castles like Tintagel, Coch, Criccieth and Harlech, and breathtakingly beautiful beaches like Rhossili Bay, Mwnt and Barafundle Bay. The white sands of the Llyn Peninsula could charm anyone; you’ll be wowed by the stalactites in the Dan yr Ogof caves. Then, of course, there’s Portmeirion, the Italian-style folly village where the cult TV series The Prisoner was shot.