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If you’re looking for a UK holiday destination where you can hike, swim, surf, savour local gastronomy and discover historic ruins then a holiday in Wales will certainly hit the spot. The Welsh natural backdrop is perhaps its biggest draw, and keen walkers and surfers will be hard pressed to find anywhere better, whether you're looking for romantic retreats, large group accommodation, or all points in between.

Mid Wales

Looking for the perfect blend of countryside and coastline? A holiday in Mid Wales ticks every box.


North Wales

When it comes to attractions, North Wales offers something to suit every taste and is an excellent holiday rentals destination as there is so much on offer here, whatever the weather!

Powys / Brecon Beacons

Castles steeped in history, miles of untouched landscape, charming towns and every outdoor pursuit you could think of, from the laid-back to the adrenalin-fuelled. Powys and the Brecon Beacons are a fantastic location for a holiday house in Wales.

South Wales

From its urban capital to its untouched valleys, South Wales is a holiday destination that has plenty to offer its visitors.

West Wales / Pembrokeshire

A holiday house in Wales is hard to beat, especially in the Western regions. Hundreds of miles of breathtaking scenery, dozens of ancient castles, more wildlife than you can count, homemade ice cream and the freshest sea air you will ever breathe.

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Cycling, fishing and pony trekking are also popular, or you could boat over to one of the offshore islands and discover a diversity of wildlife, from puffins and porpoises to seals and jellyfish.  Places like Pembrokeshire, Anglesey and the Gower Peninsula are well known for their gorgeous beaches, but if you prefer a mountainous backdrop then head for Snowdonia or the Brecon Beacons, full of rugged hidden paths and magical waterfalls. Alternatively you could explore the vibrant cities of Cardiff and Swansea, switch off on the Llyn Peninsula, get arty on the north coast, visit medieval Caernarfon Castle or chill out in Aberystwyth for a weekend. Whether you’re ambling through a bucolic market town or taking in the sea views from the coast path, Wales is a truly enchanting place for a holiday.

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