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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

Harbwr, Hafod y Mor, Tenby

Price : £1,132.00

Chart House, Tenby

Price : £1,758.00

Marhaba Cottage, Gelli

Price : £579.00

What A Catch, Tenby

Price : £2,697.00

Daisy Cottage, Tenby

Price : £1,843.00

Park Place Court, Tenby

Price : £755.00

Rose Cottage, Tenby

Price : £565.00

7 South Beach Court, Tenby

Price : £1,608.00

Oak Grove 32, Twycross

Price : £800.00

Glendower House 4, Tenby

Price : £565.00

Hafan, Tenby

Price : £485.00

South Beach Court 4, Tenby

Price : £585.00

Experience the best of Wales

Going underground...

Experience the dramatic rock formations in the National Showcaves Centre for Wales. They are one of Wales’ most visited tourist attractions and also have two fabulous underground wedding venues.

Over the hills...

Wales has more hills and mountains than you can shake a stick at. Experience the magnificent views from the top of Snowden or climb Pen Y Fan and Corn Du –  the twin peaks of Arthur’s Seat.

On the water...

Wales has an amazing 39 official Blue Flag beaches, perfect for a family day at the seaside! There are also some great surfing beaches along the Welsh coastline and plenty of other watersports to try.  

Use your Brains...

Since 1882 S.A. Brain and Co have been quenching the thirst of the Welsh people with a range of beers brewed in Cardiff. Take a trip around the brewery to see them being made and sample some really great ales.

Enjoy a good read...

With more than two dozen bookshops, Hay-on-Wye deserves its nickname “The town of books”. It is also the home of the annual Hay Festival, described by Bill Clinton as “The Woodstock of the mind”.

Have a piece of cake...

Many countries have a signature cake but Wales has two. So grab a cup of tea and enjoy a slice of Bara Brith, plastered with a good dollop of Welsh butter, or tuck into the sugar & spice yumminess of some Welsh cakes.

New holiday homes to rent in Wales

Pen Gar, Saundersfoot

A four-bedroom property with expansive coastal views on the outskirts of Saundersfoot

Daisy Cottage, Tenby

A picture-perfect family cottage with a lovely outdoor dining space

Blue South Wales, Tenby

An incredible luxury wooden chalet perched on stilts overlooking the Welsh countryside

Sandy Bay House, Saundersfoot

A pretty family cottage with private outdoor space above the lovely village of Saundersfoot

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, winter activities, adrenaline adventures, and quirky events, Wales is just the place to get your new year off to a great start! Read on for our list of the top 10 things to do in Wales in January.

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 it’s hard to know where to start! Well, we’re here to help. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about Tenby, from the must see sights to the tastiest restaurants to keeping the whole family entertained.

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 and Santa’s grottos happening up and down the country. But, it’s not all about Christmas, our list of the top ten things to do in Wales in December includes ice climbing, wildlife watching, horse racing, and some very chilly swimming!

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 see and enjoy, so check out our list of the top 10 things to do in Wales in November. It includes a busy events calendar, dog-friendly beaches, rugby fever, marathons, wildlife antics and a reason to hit the waves.

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 is wonderful in the autumn with the woodlands turning to red and gold, ancient castes throwing spooky celebrations, and food festivals happening up and down the country. Check out our top 10 things to do in Wales in October.

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