Holiday Accommodation in Wales
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Conwy, Conwy, Wales
This traditional Welsh hill farmhouse retains much of its rustic charm and original character. Situated at the top of a very steep, narrow lane, it offers breathtaking views over the Conwy Valley and across to Snowdonia.
Borth, Ceredigion, Wales
We are in a great location out of the city but not to far away, we are also close to many of the nearby tourist attractions.
Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales
You won't get closer to the action and the city centre than this. Uniquely situated on the River Taff, in the shadow of the famous Millennium Stadium and five minutes from central stations, this place is set to become Cardiff's latest hotspot for budget accommodation, atmosphere and entertainment!
Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales
Egerton Grey rests in a peaceful and secluded valley with views down to the sea. Its seven acres of lush gardens include a croquet lawn. Antique lovers are especially enchanted by what they find at Egerton Grey. This distinguished country house, which opened as a small luxury hotel in 1988, boasts a wealth of fine antiques, porcelain and paintings.
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.