Self-catered Accommodation in Wales


Known for its rugged coastline, mountainous national parks and award-winning sandy beaches, Wales (or Cymru) is a quintessential holiday destination for anyone looking to holiday in the UK.

Snowdonia National ParkSnowdonia National Park

Croeso I Gymru

The 870 miles of Coastal Path gives spectacular sea views and offers an opportune spot to appreciate the wild life in Wales. Falcons, red kites, puffins, dolphins, orcas, basking sharks and even whales can often be seen from the Welsh coastline.

What's more, Wales is home to three of the most remarkable National Parks in the UK. The oldest, designated in 1951, is the Snowdonia National Park. Covering 823 miles, Snowdonia boasts several mountain groups over 3,000 feet (or 914 metres) high - some of the tallest mountains in Southern Britain. Snowdonia makes the perfect picturesque setting to experience the flora and fauna of Wales and is a vast area of outstanding natural beauty.

Alternatively, head further south and enjoy the dizzying heights that the Brecon Beacons has to offer. Over 500 square miles of rolling hills and mountain land - including the peak of Pen Y Fan, which at 886 metres above sea level is the highest peak in southern Wales.

Harlech CastleHarlech Castle
Conwy CastleConwy Castle

King Edward I

If heading inland is your thing, take an adventure to King Edward I's Fortressed classics - Castles that he had built at Beaumaris, Harlech, Caernarfon and Conwy after his invasion of North Wales in 1282.

Marvel at the spectacular engineering of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, or why not experience Wales from one of the many narrow gauge steam railways - Ffestiniog, Vale of Rheidol, Snowdon Mountain, Brecon Mountain and Talyllyn. There are plenty of routes to choose from!

Bask on Gower’s Rhossili beach, ranked the best in Britain back in 2014 (and 9th best in world), it has 3-miles of gorgeous golden sandy shores. 'The supermodel of British beaches' is an excellent choice to have a picnic - or simply relax and sunbathe in summer.

Pontcysyllte AqueductPontcysyllte Aqueduct
Steam train at Talyllyn RailwaySteam train at Talyllyn Railway

These are just a few reasons to book your next chalet, cottage, or caravan holiday in Wales, so what are you waiting for?

We hope you can find your perfect destination by browsing through the Welsh counties below. Alternatively, if you have a place in mind, use the keyword search bar to find matching accommodation.

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