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Wales is a wonderful location for a cottage holiday. At its coast you will find white sand beaches to rival any tropical island, long stretches of golden beaches brimming with traditional seaside charm and plenty of opportunities for bucket and spade fun, as well as rivers, harbours, and bays to try your hand at water sports, bird watching, and pleasure trips to spot dolphins and seals. Within its countryside, Wales is a stunning landscape of high snow capped peaks, sweeping valleys, and rolling hues of emerald and jade.
We offer a fantastic collection of cottages in Wales to suit you. All of our properties are personally inspected by our dedicated team of property managers, so whether you’re looking for somewhere that’s family friendly or welcomes dogs, or perhaps a little romantic hideaway to celebrate a special anniversary, we can find your perfect cottage. If you need a holiday cottage with increased accessibility, some of our Wales cottages have downstairs bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as wider corridors and doorways to make getting around in a wheelchair much easier. Wake up to the view of Wales’s stunning coastline from our cottages with sea views, or spend long days at the many beautiful beaches in our Wales coastal cottages.
Our collection of Wales cottages stretches far and wide across this wonderful country; whether you want to visit the beautiful Isle of Anglesey at the country’s tip, the beautiful coastline of Pembrokeshire to the west, or the rolling green patchwork of the Brecon Beacons National Park sitting in Wales’s middle. There is so much to see and do on a holiday in Wales. Get out and enjoy the great outdoors along the many National Trails and the Wales Coast Path, immerse yourself in the country’s rich history by visiting its ancient castles, and make sure to taste as much of the delicious local produce as you can.
There’s Space to Breathe in Wales
Wales is the ideal holiday destination if you want to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. From coast to countryside, and mountain to valley, Wales is a walker’s, hiker’s and climber’s paradise. The Wales Coast Path reaches for 870 miles and visits some of the most naturally beautiful and unspoilt beaches in the whole country, offering stunning views out to sea, it’s a wonderful way to see the country’s coastline. It winds its way through important historical sites as well as areas of national importance for their scenery and wildlife. The coast path is also a fantastic place to walk your dog, as your four legged friend is welcome across the entire path off the lead so they can run and explore as much as they like! Wales’s countryside is also a great area for walking, with Offa’s Dyke Trail running for 177 miles along the Welsh border, which is a great way to see some of the stunning scenery. You will pass through the Brecon Beacons, as well as three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – the Wye Valley, the Shropshire Hills, and the Clwydian Range.
A must do when visiting Wales is take a walk in Snowdonia National Park. There are many walks for all abilities that take on the mountain, wind their way up to the summit or take in the beautiful coastal walks. The paths ranging from hard, down to moderate, easy, and accessible all take in the impressive scenery of mountains, lakes, and woodland; most of the walks are circular so you can stop halfway for a picnic! There are six paths that make their way up to the very summit of England and Wales’s highest mountain, some are quite tricky and encompass rocky terrain and steep gradients, and in winter the mountain is capped by snow, making traversing even more treacherous. However as long as you’re safe and experienced you will have a wonderful time tackling this beautiful mountain.
Head to the Beach on Two Legs or Four!
Wales is home to some truly world class beaches, and many of them welcome dogs. Some do have restrictions across the summer months but there are lots that will welcome man’s best friend all year round. To the North, Wales is surrounded by the deep crashing waters of the Irish Sea which gives the coastline the rugged and craggy natural beauty it’s known for. There are plenty of beaches on Anglesey and along the Llyn Peninsula where you and your four legged friend can stretch your legs and breathe deeply in the fresh sea air. Towards the South you’ll find vibrant cities where the beautiful beaches are over spilling with traditional seaside fun, the coastal resort towns of Barry and Mumbles are the perfect place for you to enjoy a splash in the sea and a taste of local ice cream or a portion of hot fish and chips. We have a fantastic selection of dog friendly cottages in Wales so that you and your pet can enjoy a holiday in a cosy cottage, close to some of the UK’s best beaches.
Romantic Breaks in Wales
For a relaxing and romantic getaway, there’s no better place within the UK than Wales. What other country has its own patron Saint for lovers? If the spirit of St Dwynwen doesn’t inspire the two of you for a little romance then the stunning scenery will. From the beautiful bays and beaches where you can take long walks along the sand, while the sun sets beneath the horizon. After the night sets in, you can return to your cosy Wales cottage, stoke up the log fire and snuggle up on the sofa. If you’re feeling particularly romantic, you and your loved one can take part in the ancient Welsh tradition of crafting a wooden ‘love spoon’. These tokens of affection can take months to create and are intricately carved with different symbols depicting a variety of romantic hopes and wishes. Our wonderful collection of romantic cottages in Wales will let you and your loved one relax and unwind in one of the UK’s most beautiful and inspiring destinations.