Featured hotels in Wales

  • 9.9 Exceptional 51 reviews
    Description Cob Cottage offers a rural farm setting, 3 miles from Tregaron. Free WiFi access is available in this holiday home. The accommodation will provide you with a TV and a patio.

    "This is the most perfect get away from everything place, Gwynne and Linda are the most friendly and welcoming people, we are coming back !!! Thanks for everything"

    Sarah. United Kingdom
  • £317

    Average price per night

    Blackmoor Farmhouse, Ludchurch
    Description Blackmoor Farmhouse is situated in Ludchurch and offers a garden. Complimentary WiFi is provided. The holiday home has a TV and 6 bedrooms.
  • £246

    Average price per night

    Craigllwyn Farmhouse, Llansilin
    Description Set in Llansilin in the Powys region, Craigllwyn Farmhouse has a garden. Complimentary WiFi is offered. The holiday home is fitted with a TV and 5 bedrooms. Chester is 42 km from the holiday home.
  • £104

    Average price per night

    Daisy Cottage, Llanfihangel-Glyn-Myfyr

    Daisy Cottage


    Description Daisy Cottage is located in Llanfihangel-Glyn-Myfyr. This self-catered holiday home has a garden. The holiday home is fitted with a TV and 1 bedroom.
  • £91

    Average price per night

    Tan Yr Ywen, Llanbedr-y-cennin

    Tan Yr Ywen


    Description Tan Yr Ywen is situated in Llanbedr-y-cennin. The accommodation is 2.4 km from the Surf Snowdonia. The holiday home features a TV. Horse riding can be enjoyed nearby.
  • £219

    Average price per night

    Golwg Y Mynydd, Crynant
    Description Golwg Y Mynydd is located in Crynant. This holiday home also has free WiFi. The holiday home has a TV and 3 bedrooms. Cardiff is 47 km from the holiday home, while Swansea is 17 km from the property.

Wales highlights

Rugby at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
The Welsh are passionate about rugby and there is no better venue to enjoy a 6 Nations, World Cup or friendly play-off.
Wales' historic castles
Over 500 ancient castles can be found across Wales - from the north’s Conwy Castle to the Caldicot in the south.
Shopping in Cardiff
Cardiff has a wide range of shopping outlets from charming Edwardian and Victorian arcades, to ultra-modern shopping centres.
Relaxation on Wales’ award-winning beaches
West Wales’ 1600 miles of scenic coastline includes Tenby, once voted Europe’s Number 1 Beach Destination. Other highlights include 3 Cliffs Bay and Broad Haven.
Brecon Beacons National Park
Spectacular Brecon Beacons is home to 4 mountain ranges, ancient monuments and waterfalls. Colourful towns, pubs and Michelin-starred restaurants can be found nearby.
World-class golfing
South Wales is home to some fantastic golfing, including St David’s and The Celtic Manor, which hosted the 2010 Ryder Cup.
Water-sports along Wales’ unspoilt coastline
South Wales’ coastline is a great spot for surfing, kayaking, coasteering, surfing and white-water rafting.
A night on the town
Cardiff and Swansea offer plenty to do with vibrant nightlife, concert venues and an abundance of restaurants, bars and clubs.
Wales's food scene
Wales has 5 Michelin-star restaurants, varying in location, price-range and cuisine. Abergavenny draws in crowds to its famous food festival every September.
Museums of Wales
Cardiff’s National Museum of Wales, Fagan’s History Museum and Caerleon’s Roman Fortress give a great overview of Wales through the ages.

Land of the Hills and the Dales

A land of magnificent mountains, centuries-old castles and beautiful beaches, Wales is steeped in proud tradition. A centre of culture, its elegant capital Cardiff houses some of the 5-star hotels in Wales on Booking.com.

Swansea has several Wales hotels with swimming pools and is the gateway to the tranquil Gower Peninsula. It was also the birthplace of Dylan Thomas, whose famous boathouse is in Laugharne near the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Within this park are St Davids, the UK’s smallest city, and the colourful South Wales beach resort of Tenby. Other beach resorts include the university town of Aberystwyth, Barmouth and Prestatyn with its Blue-Flag beach. Popular Llandudno has a long pier sheltered by a headland.

Also with a pier is Bangor, opposite Anglesey - a rugged island known for wildlife. It looks back towards Snowdonia National Park, whose changing landscapes encompass Wales’ tallest mountain. Within the park are serene Bala Lake and Betws-y-Coed whose fast-flowing river becomes the Swallow Falls.

The Brecon Beacons house more lush peaks, while Chepstow to the south-east has a racecourse and riverfront Norman castle. Other fantastic Wales castles are in Conwy, Harlech and Caernarfon – possibly the best of them all.

Wrexham is the largest North Wales town with great nightlife, while nearby Llangollen is best known as for its International Eisteddfod.

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