Your Holiday Cottages in Wales are waiting just for you
Located to the west of central Great Britain and surrounded by the Irish Sea at the northern part, St. George’s Channel at the west, the Bristol Channel at the south and the Celtic Sea at the southwest,Wales boats truly picturesque coastlines. Its maritime climate provides cloudy, windy and wet weather, mild winters, and warm summers. The period from May to August, often the sunniest, is the ideal time to explore Wales and enjoy the numerous outdoor activities Wales holidays have to offer.
Book Wales Holiday Lettings - discover the outstanding natural beauty of Wales
North Wales has a list of Seven Wonders, some of which are natural and some man-made. The list features Mt Snowdon, the highest mountain peak in Wales, All Saint’s church’s Gresford Bells, Dee River’s old Llangollen stone bridge, the healing waters of St. Winefride’s Well, the ancient church tower, Wrexham steeple, Overton Yew of the medieval ages and the Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfall. Each of these places is not only spectacularly beautiful but also boasts fascinating historical origins. During a stay at Wales cottage rentals, Pembrokeshire, Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia National Parks, offering the visitor stunning mountain and beach views, are not to be missed. Lovers of the outdoors will appreciate the varied terrain of Wales which is suited for many different types of adventure. A stay in the Welsh countryside in your Holiday Cottage Wales offers a wide range of activities from slow, relaxing leisurely walks to hiking, horseback riding, rock climbing or mountain biking. There are many different golf courses for golf enthusiasts who want to experience the rich Welsh golfing heritage which dates back to the year 1895. Wales also caters to water sports aficionados, the coastlines and bodies of water are perfect for multiple sports and recreational activities like surfing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, kayaking and white water rafting. The rivers and seas are also ideal for fishing.
Wales Holiday Rental- the best accommodation option for your Wales Holiday
Your Wales holiday cottage is an ideal backdrop for your holiday to Wales, perfectly suited both to brief weekend getaways and longer holidays, whether you're relaxing alone or sharing some quality time with the whole family. Wales not only offers beautiful scenic views but also offers delicious cuisine to make the stay a sumptuous experience, and one that you will remember again and again. Wales is an ideal location for your next holiday. One need look no further than the amazing wildlife, the fascinating art galleries and the endless touristic attractions for reasons to visit Wales. Families have the opportunity to sight-see and bond together whilst gaying upon some truly remarkable nature.
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What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in Wales are cottage and house rentals. We search from more than 10,200 accommodations in Wales to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €40 per night. Most house rentals in Wales are 233 m² and cottage are 124 m².
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups in Wales. On average, the cottage has space for 5 guests.