Find your perfect holiday home
Wales – the “Land of song” and so much more…
Covering an area of the 20,750 square kilometers, the small but perfectly formed country of Wales has something to offer every holidaymaker. Wales has beaches that are perfect for a family day out and has some of the best surf beaches in the UK. There are three national parks that cover an impressive one fifth on the country.
There are plenty of historic sites to see and some fantastic museums plus Wales has a mass of Male Voice Choirs, Jazz at the Brecon Festival, and a lively band scene. And when you get hungry, there are six Michelin starred restaurants as well as a host of other eateries serving up everything from exotic Asian cuisine to traditional Welsh dishes.
As a holiday destination, Wales has plenty to offer, so start looking for your holiday cottage in Wales now.
Walk the path
Wales is the only country that has a footpath that covers the entire length of the coastline, from the Dee Estuary near Chester to Chepstow in the Severn Estuary.
At 1,400 km, it’s not something you can tackle in a single day, but with such beautiful scenery along the way, it is worth coming back again and again to explore different parts of it.
Ride the railway
High up in Snowdonia National Park, a narrow-gauge railway ferries passengers from the little village of Llanberis to the peak of Mount Snowdon, winding its way through the beautiful surroundings of the park.
At the top, you can enjoy the breathtaking views from the visitor centre as you enjoy a cup of tea and a Welsh cake. (Weather permitting)
Get in a stew
Wales is a great destination to visit any time of year. In the winter there’s something really comforting about tucking into a hearty bowl of the Welsh National Dish – Cawl, a rich mixture of meat with carrots, potatoes, swede and leeks.
Enjoy a bowl of it served with thick slabs of crusty bread and some chunks of Caerphilly cheese.
Find your dream holiday home in Wales
Whatever type of holiday you are planning in Wales, we’ll help you find the very best in self-catering accommodation. Whether you want a quiet coastal cottage, a converted barn in the countryside, or a luxury apartment overlooking the beach, you can find your dream holiday home here.
The Dingle, StepasidePrice: £824.00
Sea Breeze, Heritage Park, StepasidePrice: £493.00
Rowan, PenallyPrice: £378.00
Cladebrine, Heritage Park, StepasidePrice: £341.00
The Mushroom House, TenbyPrice: £479.00
95 The Haven, Heritage Park, StepasidePrice: £525.00
Oakland Cottage, Wisemans BridgePrice: £510.00
Cheriton Villa, Carew CheritonPrice: £407.00
The Barn at Waunlippa, Llan-millPrice: £412.00
Hill Top Farm Cottage, Cross HandsPrice: £412.00
1 Beachtop Court, TenbyPrice: £585.00
The Gallery, TenbyPrice: £699.00
22 Giltar House, TenbyPrice: £694.00
Seashells, Giltar House, TenbyPrice: £476.00
Llety’r Llwynog, Llanfallteg WestPrice: £349.00
… that’s just a taste of the hundreds of properties available for you to rent in Pembrokeshire.
New holiday homes to rent in Wales
The Dingle, Stepaside
The Dingle, Stepaside is conveniently located to offer easy access to the hidden charms of Wiseman's Bridge and the adventure-packed town of Tenby, while also offering seclusion in the nearby sandy beaches and Pembrokeshire Coast National Path.
Experience guaranteed tranquillity in a property that is in harmony with nature
Sea Breeze, Heritage Park, Stepaside
Sea Breeze, Wiseman’s Bridge is a perfect family or group holiday spot in Pembrokeshire with a master ensuite bedroom, double and twin bedrooms, and a well-planned interior and exterior. It is located close to popular attractions in Stepaside.
Relax in a seaside-themed rental in picturesque Pembrokeshire
Rowan, Penally is a charming bungalow set in an idyllic residential estate, that provides a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere for a family holiday. Explore historic castles, visit theme parks, or laze on the sandy beaches that are close by.
Make family memories in a cosy bungalow, at the heart of Penally village
Cladebrine, Heritage Park, Stepaside
Cladebrine, Heritage Park is a delightful ground-floor lodge set in Stepaside, Pembrokeshire. The property is ideal for a family or a group of friends. The property's prime location allows for plenty of adventure and exploration of South Wales.
A warm and inviting lodge, surrounding with historic reminders of the industrial past
The Mushroom House, Tenby
At The Mushroom House, Tenby, experience the ultimate seaside escape on a ground-floor apartment, surrounded by beautiful walled gardens and just minutes from award-winning beaches. The perfect base to discover the best of Tenby and beyond.
Indulge in seaside bliss and historic charm at our fabulous ground-floor apartment in Tenby
95 The Haven, Heritage Park, Stepaside
At 95 The Haven, Heritage Park, enjoy a peaceful break at a spacious lodge with a great design, in the calm surrounding of the park. Perfectly to stroll to the historic Iron Works or drive to the nearby sandy beaches and other local attractions.
Beautifully presented lodge surrounded with natural beauty and endless activities
Oakland Cottage, Wisemans Bridge
Oakland Cottage, Wiseman Bridge is a spacious, detached coastal retreat boasting a large garden area & breath-taking view of the Pembrokeshire coast. Perfect for families or friends seeking a peaceful and memorable holiday retreat in South Wales.
A stunning coastal retreat perfect for adventure and relaxation
Cheriton Villa, Carew Cheriton
Cheriton Villa, Carew Cheriton is a two-bedroom cottage ideal for couples or small families seeking a peaceful countryside break. The villa is set on a beautiful backdrop that lets you explore all that Pembrokeshire and South Wale have to offer.
200 year old cottage with stunning views of Pembrokeshire
Experience the best of Wales
As well as offering hundreds of holiday cottages in Wales, we also provide local info on things to do when you get there. It all starts here…
Top 10 things to do in Wales in May
May is a fantastic month to visit Wales, it's one of the driest months of the year, enjoys glorious sunny
Top 10 things to do in Wales in April
April is a wonderful time to visit Wales. Spring is in full swing, everything's open again after the winter, the
Top 10 things to do in Wales in March
March is a fantastic time to visit Wales; the month is undeniably the start of springtime and is filled with
Top 10 things to do in Wales in February
February might be the shortest month but you can still make the most of it! Whether you want to get
Top 10 things to do in Wales in January
What better way to beat the January Blues than with a visit to Wales? With a host of beautiful sights,
Destination Tenby – tips for the best holiday ever
Tenby is one of Wales' most popular holiday destinations, beloved for its picturesque streets, beautiful beaches, and so many activities
Top 10 things to do in Wales in December
December is a wonderful time to visit Wales as festive cheer takes over the country with Christmas markets, winter wonderlands
Top 10 things to do in Wales in November
The dark nights and drizzle of November won’t stop us from enjoying ourselves! Late autumn is full of things to
Top 10 things to do in Wales in October
Are you craving an Autumn break? Looking for somewhere to celebrate half term or Halloween? Well, look no further. Wales
Top 10 things to do in Wales in September
The fun doesn't end just because the summer does! Autumn is a fantastic time to visit Wales, there’s a packed
Top 10 things to do in Wales in August
August is one of the hottest months of the year and the perfect time to visit the beautiful Welsh beaches
Top 10 things to do in Wales in July
July is the hottest month of the year in Wales and the perfect time to visit! Whether you’re making the
Top 10 things to do in Wales in June
Celebrate the start of summer with a trip to Wales. Whether you're a wildlife watcher, a hill runner, a festival-goer
The wow of a holiday in Wales!
Planning a holiday in Wales? Our round-up provides a dozen reasons to visit Wales. From puffin islands and craggy castles
Our A to Z of Wales
When most people think of Wales, they think of it as the "land of song". While that's true, there is
The history and heritage of mining, music and mountains provide a huge spectrum of museums, attractions and things to do.
To get you started on your quest, our destination guide covers everything you need to know about the town of Tenby.