Glamorgan Holiday Parks

Encompassing the vibrant cities of Swansea and Cardiff, as well as the breathtaking beauty of the Gower Peninsula, the Vale of Glamorgan awaits with its stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage. This captivating county offers a delightful blend of coastal splendour, historical landmarks and modern attractions for your holiday in Wales. Glamorgan's coastline boasts picturesque beaches, rugged cliffs and charming seaside towns. Enjoy leisurely walks along the Glamorgan Heritage Coastline and the Wales Coast Path or admire the beautiful views of the Gower Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Discover history in the country's capital city of Cardiff or embrace culture in Swansea. From coast to countryside, budget to luxury, romantic to family friendly, our Vale of Glamorgan holiday parks and cottages are ready to welcome you for a relaxing stay or a memorable adventure in South Wales. Many of our holiday homes are dog friendly, meaning your canine companion can join in on the fun. So, whether it's a spacious holiday park with onsite family entertainment, a luxury log cabin with lake views or a cosy cottage with your own private hot tub, we've got the perfect accommodation for you.

View of Rhossili Bay Beach in the Gower Peninsula, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales

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Things to do in Glamorgan on your holiday in South Wales

Explore the stunning adventure playground of the Gower Peninsula...
As the first place in the UK to be name an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Gower Peninsula enchants with its diverse landscape and romantic vistas. This is a great year-round destination, offering action and adventure along with a spectacular coastline and rolling green countryside. If you are a walker or cyclist, then this is the destination for you, as the 870-mile Wales Coast Path has plenty of cycle tracks and footpaths to keep you busy! The area is also well known for its ancient sites and landmarks, like the remains of Pennard Castle which overlooks Three Cliffs Bay and the prehisitoric burial mounds and medieval church of St. Cenyrdd in the village of Llangennith. And when it comes to beaches, you'll be spoilt for choice. The Gower Peninsula is home to Rhossili Bay, widely regarded as one of the best beaches in the world, as well as Oxwich Bay and Caswell Bay. Our Gower Peninsula holiday parks and cottages range from luxury hot tub hideaways in the Welsh countryside to pet-friendly coastal retreats for all the family. Book your dream home away from home today!

Embrace sea views, open countryside and city sights in Swansea...
A holiday in Swansea combines the stunning coastline of the Gower Peninsula with the vibrant culture of Wales's second largest city. Explore Swansea Bay waterfront, with its newly developed marina; embrace the city's strong sports culture at a rugby match or football game at the Liberty Stadium; learn all about Wales's industrial and maritime heritage at the National Waterfront Museum; or relax by the sea on Swansea Bay Beach. Indulge in the culinary delights of the area, sampling fresh seafood, traditional Welsh dishes and locally sourced produce. Whether you'd prefer a coastal cottage in the charming village of the Mumbles, a luxury apartment near the city centre, or a lake-view log cabin near the town of Pontarddulais, we've got you covered with our holiday accommodation in Swansea. There are plenty of dog-friendly options too, meaning your four legged friend can come along for the ride!

Discover rich history and contemporary culture in Cardiff...
Wales's capital city offers a variety of activities and attractions to entertain the whole family. Visit the historic Cardiff Castle, which boasts a rich history dating back to Roman times. Admire the castle's impressive architecture and wander through the beautiful gardens. Cardiff's vibrant city centre is renowned for its incredible shopping districts, impressive culinary scene and thriving nightlife. Hit the shops on Queen Street, dine in one of the stylish waterfront restaurants at Cardiff Bay or sample cocktails in one of the bars along St Mary Street. Experience Cardiff Market, a historic indoor market where you can find a variety of stalls selling Welsh delicacies, crafts and fresh produce; embrace local history and culture at the National Museum Cardiff; or admire the beautiful architecture and serene surroundings of Llandaff Cathedral. When you fancy a break from the bustling centre, head to one of the city's green spaces like Roath Park, with its large lake, botanical gardens and Victorian conservatory. For daytrips with the kids, consider nearby Barry Island, with its sandy beaches, amusement park and pretty promenade lines with shops, cafes and arcades. Our Cardiff holiday homes provide the perfect base for exploring this vibrant city and beyond.

The Mumbles Pier in Swansea, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales