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Pwllheli , North Wales
Cardigan (3mls SW), West Wales
Conwy (4.5mls SE), North Wales
Ludlow (3mls NE), Shropshire
Hereford (4mls S), Herefordshire
Abergavenny (3.5mls SE), Brecon Beacons
Aberaeron (12mls E), West Wales
Oswestry (5.5mls SE), Shropshire
Pentre Berw (1ml SW), North Wales
Gilwern, Brecon Beacons
Narberth, West Wales
Hay-on-Wye (6.5mls SW), Brecon Beacons
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The landscape of Wales is natural and romantic, and with love spoons, a patron saint of lovers and numerous other customs linked to love, there are few places better suited to romantic breaks with your other half.
Up in the north of the country, Snowdonia is a rugged wilderness – a haven for couples who love the great outdoors. The coast of North Wales is a tonic for the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and it’s here, on Anglesey, that the St Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers, used to live.
Heading down to West Wales, the Pembrokeshire Coast has something for everyone, from long seaside walks to beautiful beaches where you can spend lazy days enjoying each other’s company. Neighbouring Carmarthenshire presents yet more opportunity to get outside exploring, from the Gower Peninsula to the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains.
South Wales boasts the cities of Cardiff and Swansea; welcoming and bursting with culture, each has its own distinctive character and make the perfect day trip for those who like to combine sightseeing with shopping.
The peaceful, natural expanse of Mid Wales encompasses the awe-inspiring Brecon Beacons National Park, whose rolling hills, waterfalls, woodlands and lakes invite you to explore. The scenery changes again in the Welsh Borders, where the lush Wye Valley offers beautiful riverside strolls and idyllic landscapes.
Whisk your partner away to your chosen destination and stay in one of our handpicked romantic cottages in Wales. When it comes to romantic places to stay, Wales steps up to the mark, with romantic boltholes in the countryside and cottages for couples on the coast. Why not treat yourself to something a little special? On your romantic getaways in Wales you could be relaxing under the stars in your own hot tub, or curling up in front of a roaring log burner. Bring along your pet too, as many of our romantic holiday cottages are dog-friendly!
Browse the complete collection of romantic accommodation above and find inspiration for your perfect romantic holidays.
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