Wales holiday inspiration

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Five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, three sublime National Parks, mountains, waterfalls, cities, seaside: if you're looking for somewhere with a little diversity, Wales has it all. With breathtaking scenery around every corner, a huge range of attractions for all ages, and a phenomenal heritage that is echoed all around, a stay in Wales is sure to provide you with lasting memories.

The country boasts an eclectic mix of destinations to suit whatever type of holiday you're searching for, be it an active escape in Snowdonia, a relaxing hideaway in the Brecon Beacons, or a coastal escape where you can wake up to the sounds of the sea.

Our Wales accommodation is spread across the country, ranging from luxurious hotels and stylish B&Bs, to gorgeous cottages and family-friendly holiday parks, so you'll always be able to find the perfect place to stay.

Things to do in Wales

Top locations

The diverse nature of Wales' landscape means there’s something different to explore wherever you visit. The three National Parks, including Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons, and the five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty lend themselves to exploration and breathtaking scenery, whilst a visit to one of the many popular Welsh cities like Swansea, Cardiff or Newport offer an entirely different holiday retreat. Take a trip to the west for the Pembrokeshire Coast, head north for glorious Anglesey and the vibrant village of Portmeirion, or stay on the south coast and relax near the Mumbles and Gower.

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Holiday activities

There are lots of things to do in Wales, and the great thing is there’s something for all ages, abilities and interests. Take an exhilarating trip on Europe’s fastest, longest zip wire at Zip World or head underground for some below-deck trampolining, take in some history at one of the many castles including Caernarfon and Powis, or sit back and relax as you reach new heights on the Snowdonia Mountain Railway. There are plenty of traditional coastal resorts such as Llandudno and Rhyl with all the trademarks of a seaside escape, and there are many beautiful waterfalls and gardens too.

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Eating out

There are many things that Wales could boast about and its foodie culture is certainly one of them. From contemporary city dining experiences to traditional pubs in the Welsh hills, Michelin-starred restaurants to quaint cafes on pretty seafronts, there’s certainly something to tantalise your taste buds. Try Berry's Bar in Abertillery for unique presentation of delicious food, Pysgoty for dinner with a view, Scoops for perfect pancake goodness, or The Checkers for French cuisine with a Welsh twist. Of course, don’t forget the local cheeses and cakes and, if you can time it right, the food festival at Abergavenny is truly phenomenal.

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