Holiday Accommodation in Wales
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Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales
Brand new in 2007, Nomad Cardiff offers a central location, fully licensed bar, innovative facilities and a whole host of free services. Everything you need to make your trip safe, comfortable and enjoyable.
St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales
This comfortable, relaxed 2-star Inn enjoys sea views of St Brides Bay from most of its 8 guest rooms.
Machynlleth, Gwynedd, Wales
The Dolbrodmaeth Riverside Hotel boasts a stunning riverside location with spectacular views of the southern Snowdonia mountains.
Beaumaris, Anglesey, Wales
This immaculately maintained; privately owned and personally run small hotel dates back to 1760. It features fine examples of wood panelling and a Chinese Chippendale staircase. Thoughtfully furnished bedrooms are attractively decorated and two four-poster beds are available. Quality cooking is served in the elegant restaurant and guests have a comfortable lounge and cosy bar to relax in. A Georgian townhouse; believed to have been built for a local wealthy family; it has now been fully restored and provides an ideal place to relax and be pampered in comfort; enjoying delicious freshly prepared food; elegant rooms and friendly hospitality. The hotel has many items of antique furniture; as well as collections of glass and china adorning the hallways and landing. Perhaps the most important original feature of the house is the Chinese Chippendale staircase; believed to be one of the finest in the country. The breathtaking views from Beaumaris Green; across the Menai Straits to the mountains of Snowdonia never fail to impress the visitor. Edward the 1st Castle dominates the Eastern end of town; while the courthouse and gaol add to the historical interest. A wide range of both indoor and outdoor activities are catered for in and around the town; including fishing; sailing; riding and golf; while the islands coastal paths and nearby Snowdonia range make the area a walkers paradise.
Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales
A special place set in a beautiful location on the wide open lush plain between Snowdonia and the Isle of Anglesey all close by. This is a land of myth and legend steeped in history.