Wales is a mountainous land full of high peaks, deep cavernous pits and clear rivers leading to over 750 miles of beaches and coves. Every now and again the grassy cosseting slopes of the valleys turn up a magnificent castle, formal garden or National Trust property.
There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, two UNESCO Geoparks and three National Parks linked by the National Trails, narrow gauge steam trains and the Wales Coast Path to discover in Wales. We can offer you some beautiful Wales cottages from farmhouses to miners' cottages across this enduring country.
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A mini peninsula embracing beautiful Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and South Ceredigion.
Mid Wales is dominated by the Cambrian Mountain Range and Offa's Dyke National Trail.
The Valleys, Cardiff and the Glamorgan Heritage Coast glimpse at the beauty of the area.
Natural beauty from the North Wales Borderlands to Snowdonia and the Isle of Anglesey.
A stunning county in south west Wales, home to the UKs only coastal National Park.
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Aberaeron is a colourful waterside town in Cardigan Bay.
Aberdaron is a small village at the tip of the Llyn Peninsula.
A town by the sea with plenty to entertain and inspire.
A rugged escape, perfect for couples and a beachcombing paradise.
A traditional seaside down backed by Snowdonia National Park.
An exceptional National Park and Geopark in South Wales.
Bridgend is a little riverside town with good shopping and great pubs by the sea.
Beachcombing, sea life safaris and steam trains in Cardigan Bay.
Carmarthen town is a unique blend of old and new.
An historic town set on the picturesque River Wye
A lovely little town in a valley on the banks of the river Bran.
Wales’ most central town famous for its health giving waters.
A seaside village with a beautiful beach and coastal waterfalls.
Beautiful green fields and mysterious woods for as far as the eye can see.
A bustling market town with a rich heritage lying on the Welsh border
A vibrant and arty town in the heart of Pembrokeshire
A coastal town on the Cardigan Bay of West Wales.
One of Wales’ largest cities with much stunning Victorian architecture.
Newtown County’s largest town is nestled on the banks of the River Severn.
A once very regal settlement where a town sits behind a castle.
Powys Paradwys Cymru- The paradise of Wales
Saundersfoot is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Snowdonia has multi-coloured mountains and clear, deep lakes.
Wales’ city by the seaside set in a beautiful coastal location.
Settled on a headland with views over the sea and Caldey Island.
Beautiful countryside, historic castles and winding waterways.
Bordering Wales, this is a natural haven for outdoor pursuits.
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