Whilst visiting our self catering accommodation in Wales, visit the magnificent Victorian Dams of the Elan Valley, a network of 6 stunning dams and a nature reserve of 2000 acres! This opens up fabulous countryside for exploring. Enjoy the flat sweeping paths alongside Caban Coch Dam or head off for a more strenuous mountainous walk. The perfect location for your luxury weekend away to spend the day exploring the great outdoors or just sit and marvel at the structures – especially if the water is flowing fast!
Perfect family day out, view and interact with a variety of animals from sheep to rhinos as well as making the most of the Fairground rides & Black Bart’s Cove!
Take a day out to Portmeirion Village in Gwynedd, North Wales! A fabulous Italian Style tourist village, designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. – Yes, this really is a Welsh Village! Definitely one to pencil in when looking at our unusual places to stay in Wales!
With mountains and moorland, standing stones and castles, lively waterfalls and vibrant communities, the Brecon Beacons National Park has masses to offer residents and visitors.
Prepare for a truly magical and breathtaking experience; the fastest zip line in the world! Fly over Penrhyn Quarry where you could travel at speeds of over 100mph!
Enjoy horse and pony trekking in the peace and beauty of the the Mid Wales countryside with us.
Take a walk to view some of Wales’ most famous waterfalls and bridges and while visiting dine out at The Hafod Hotel.
Snowdonia National Park is world renowned for its rugged landscape, Welsh culture and of course Wales’ highest mountain – Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon).
There is so much to discover here, from the magnificent castle and sweeping white beach at Harlech, to the fragile greenery of the ancient celtic rainforests.
New Quay Boat trips can offer you a one-hour cruise south to Cwmtydu where you will see amazing sights including bird colonies, seal haul-out areas and Castell Beach, the local ruins of an iron age settlement.
And don’t forget; the chance of seeing some of the many bottle-nosed dolphins and porpoise.
For the history lovers, why not visit Caernarfon Castle, in North Wales. This castle is recognized around the World as being one of the greatest buildings of the Middle Ages!