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Mountains to get lost in; valleys to walk through; beaches to build sandcastles on. Wales is diverse and inviting. Boasting three national parks Snowdonia, Pembrokeshire and the Brecon Beacons and some glorious beaches. Stay on a farm, in a yurt or in a log cabin or simply camp to make the most of the outdoors.

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Ash Lodge 4

Llangurig, Glamorgan, Wales

Ash Lodge From £409 Availability

Ash Lodge is an enchanting all-ground-floor dwelling resting on the outskirts of the Welsh village of Llangurig. There are two bedrooms sleeping four guests, comprised of a king-size with an en-suite shower room and a twin (zip/link, can be king-size on request) served by the family bathroom. There is also an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with an electric woodburning effect fire. Outside you can find a decking area with furniture and a hot tub, as well as off-road parking. Ash Lodge is the perfect setting for your escape as a couple or family of four to Wales.

Bacheiddon Log Cabin 4

Machynlleth, Gwynedd, Wales

Bacheiddon Log Cabin From £935 Availability

Bacheiddon Log Cabin is a charming, single-storey log cabin resting in Aberhosan near Machynlleth in Powys. Hosting two super-king size bedrooms with TVs, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is also an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with underfloor heating and woodburning stove. Outside there is off-road parking for 2 cars and an enclosed rear garden with furniture, as well as a front garden with a hot tub. Bacheiddon Log Cabin is a beautiful dwelling for a family looking for a rural retreat to the heart of Wales.

Banadlen Lodge 4

Benllech, Gwynedd, Wales

Banadlen Lodge From £281 Availability

Banadlen Lodge is a detached cottage resting in Brynteg near Benllech in Anglesey. Hosting two bedrooms; a double with an en-suite shower and a double, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is a kitchen/diner and a sitting room with an electric fire and sofa-bed. To the outside, there is an enclosed veranda with furniture, whilst off-road parking is available for two cars. Banadlen Lodge is a stylish property, ideal for a group exploration to Anglesey.

Bardsey Island View 8

The Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales

Bardsey Island View From £1478 Availability

Nestled high on the hills between Abersoch and Bwlchtocyn, Bardsey Island View occupies a privileged spot with breathtaking views of the ocean, cliff tops, hillsides, mountains and Bardsey Island. This wonderful 4 bedroom property sleeps 8 guests. It oozes style, elegance and calm and has definitely been designed to make the most of the fantastic landscapes and seascapes.
 
Located at the far end of the wildly beautiful Llyn Peninsula, visitors can enjoy stunning beaches, dramatic sea cliffs, pretty coastal hamlets, picturesque harbours, seaside resorts and hiking the amazing Wales Coast Path. The Llyn Peninsula is known as ‘Snowdon’s arm’. It is perfect for those that enjoy an outdoor holiday with walking, cycling and watersports on the agenda. Although Bardsey Island View is only a mile or so from Abersoch, it feels completely rural. Abersoch is a delightful seaside resort with sailing and watersports, a bistro dining scene, fabulous beaches, a lovely sheltered harbour and a good range of shops. It is very handy to be close by!

Within the traditional white pebble-dashed exterior of Bardsey Island View lies contemporary style and fittings. You will be very comfortable here, and you will certainly marvel at the views.
 
At the front of the house, you will find a cosy sitting room with a log burning fire and television. At the back, you will love the beautiful modern kitchen with its central island and the dining area complete with a sofa. Huge floor-to-ceiling doors open out onto a wonderful decked terrace. With the doors open, this is where you will want to spend the majority of your time at Bardsey Island View. The decked terrace boasts a lovely high-quality corner sofa as well as alfresco dining. You can prepare meals at the house barbecue. The far-reaching views are phenomenal. This whole living space with the views is a delight that you will dearly miss when you return home. Steps lead down from the decked terrace to a garden with yet more seating, a lush lawn and a playhouse. It is perfect for children’s games or to laze on the grass, enjoying the Welsh sunshine.
 
This property offers four delightful bedrooms, of which two are located on the lower floor. The master bedroom is very smart and boasts a lovely wooden floor with furniture to match and an ensuite shower room. The other room on this level is a children’s bunk room. It is fun and children love it. There is also an immaculate modern family bathroom. Upstairs you will find two further bedrooms nestled within the eaves as well as another smart family bathroom. One of the bedrooms enjoys a kingsize bed, a bright and cheerful feature wall and lots of light from the Velux windows. The other bedroom is a twin. Every room in this house is decorated beautifully.

The Llyn Peninsula is beautiful with a rich culture and heritage, gorgeous harbours, stunning beaches and dramatic sea cliffs. It is a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where you can walk the Wales Coast Path.
 
Bardsey Island View’s proximity to Abersoch is wonderful. You have the best of both worlds, feeling so remote, and away from it all but fantastic restaurants and excellent shops await in Abersoch. Abersoch has two beaches. The main one offers wonderful watersports and excellent views of St Tudwal’s Islands. The beach is flanked by some of the most expensive beach huts in Wales. They make for a lovely photograph. The harbour beach is great for crabbing and watching the boats. One of the biggest attractions is the ‘micro-climate’ which is attributed to Abersoch’s location on the Llyn, surrounded by the sea on three sides. Abersoch has a number of good restaurants, a few pubs which have children’s play areas and some up-market boutiques and souvenir shops.
 
To the west of Abersoch, at Y Rhiw, you will find Plas yn Rhiw, a 17th-century Welsh manor house set in beautiful ornamental gardens with outstanding views of the bay. It is owned and run by the National Trust. As the road climbs, you will pass Porth Neigwl, otherwise known as Hell’s Mouth Beach which is highly rated as the best for surfing in North Wales.
 
Bardsey Island is also known as the ‘Isle of 20000 Saints’ . It is one of Wales’ natural wonders and was declared a National Nature Reserve in 1986 due to its amazing birdlife. Legend has it that this remote island is home to 20,000 saints who are buried on the island. The stretch of water separating it from the mainland is known in Welsh as Ynys Enlli due to an abundance of rip tides and whirlpools which can make the crossing interesting. The wildlife on the island is extensive with many migrant species pulling over for a pit stop or to breed and nest. Migratory birds visiting include chiffchaffs, goldcrests, wheatears, sedge, willow warblers, whitethroats and spotted flycatchers. Resident species include ravens, little owls, oystercatchers, chough, razorbills, guillemots, fulmars and kittiwakes.
 
Llanbedrog boasts a photogenic line of colourful beach huts and a superb beach. Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw is its wonderful art centre and gallery. Porthdinllaen is a stunning coastal hamlet brimming with quaint houses above a stunning half-moon of golden sand, another great photo opportunity. The village and beach are owned by the National Trust, and access is by foot only. It boasts a lovely characterful waterfront pub. Beside Porthdinllaen you will find Nefyn with its maritime museum, pretty harbour and a sweeping crescent of sand. Its headland golf course is extremely scenic.
 
Llithfaen is a quaint inland village set in a fascinating landscape. On Yr Eifl mountains you will find Tre’r Ceiri, an astonishingly well-preserved prehistoric village which was occupied until about 2000 years ago. Nearby is the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre, Nant Gwrtheyrn.

Barn in Herefordshire 2

Presteigne, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Herefordshire From £454 Availability

Set within the fringes of the Herefordshire countryside where you can enjoy farm walks and mature woodlands from your front door. A haven for walkers offering access to a mixed terrain being close to the Welsh and Shropshire borders where you can explore Elan Valley with its reservoir s, the Black Mountains with its rugged hill scapes and breath taking views from the rolling Shropshire hills. There are many villages and market towns to include Hay on Wye, famous for its book shops and festivals and Hereford, with its cathedral, Mappa Mundi and Chained Library are close. There are many National Trust properties including The Weir Gardens, Croft Castle and Berrington Hall to name a few. A variety of festivals run throughout the year such as The Three Choirs, Ludlow Food Festival and Bishops Castle Folk Festival. Enjoying an elevated location and sympathetically restored to blend into the countryside, a clever mix of natural stone, wooden cladding and corrugated iron offer a contemporary twist. Step inside where you will be pleasantly surprised by the high ceilings, exposed wooden frame and stunning views across the farm and countryside. The living space is open plan and perfect for couples wanting to explore the area. The lounger area has a sofa which you can sink into after a day exploring, a Smart TV/DVD for watching a good movie and bi folding doors with countryside views that open onto the patio area. The kitchen area is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. This single storey barn has one bedroom, a king size zip and link (which can be made into a 2ft 6" twin on request) with en suite shower and WC. If you require a highchair or cot please request at time of booking. Outside to the side of the barn accessed via the stone steps, a terraced area with table and chairs. There is off road parking for two cars.

Barn in Herefordshire 2

Presteigne, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Herefordshire From £450 Availability

Set within the heart of the Herefordshire countryside with plenty to explore on foot, a haven for enthusiastic walkers with access to waymarked footpaths from your front door. Enjoying a central location and perfect for exploring the Black Mountains, Elan Valley and Shropshire Hills. With many villages and market towns to include Hay on Wye, famous for its book shops and festivals and Hereford, with its cathedral, Mappa Mundi and Chained Library are close. There are many National Trust properties including The Weir Gardens, Croft Castle and Berrington Hall to name a few. A variety of festivals run throughout the year such as The Three Choirs, Ludlow Food Festival and Bromyard Folk Festival. (Please check admittance for the various attractions). This traditional Herefordshire barn sits deep within the countryside, a perfect retreat for couples with beautifully finished accommodation. Step inside where you can leave you boots within the entrance hall, there is a WC with washing machine off the hallway. The living space is accessed off the hallway where you will find the kitchen/diner a contemporary space that offers a well equipped kitchen with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is a table and chairs for dining. The kitchen has an open aspect into the lounge, where you can relax in comfort whilst enjoying the views across the open fields. There is a small reading room with cosy armchairs and garden views just off the kitchen. When the day is done you will find a king size bedroom with en suite bathroom with shower over bath and WC where you can enjoy a peaceful night s rest. The enclosed gardens are situated to the rear of the barn, there is a patio area with table and chairs with an open aspect onto the countryside. There is off road parking for two cars.

Barn in Mid Wales 4

Aberystwyth, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £644 Availability

The barn is located just a couple of miles outside of the village of Llanilar which has a convenient village shop, bar and restaurant. There are countryside and woodland walks to be had directly from the doorstep, walk along the nearby stream and keep an eye out for local birdlife. The popular seaside town of Aberystwyth can be reached within six miles where you will find a wealth of bars, restaurants and shops to choose from or take a walk along its promenade with ice cream. Visit Wales' only silver mine visitor attraction, dramatic waterfalls, or take a trip on a steam train with the Vale of Rheidol Railway. As you enter the barn you are welcomed into a cosy, open plan, lounge/kitchen/diner. Light your very own wood burner in the evenings and curl up in the comfortable lounge which has ample seating and a TV to watch your favourite programmes. The stylish kitchen is equipped with an electric oven, induction hob, fridge/freezer dishwasher and a built in boiling water tap. You will also find a selection of crockery and cooking utensils so you can make the most of the space and whip up a light lunch or a delicious supper. There is a dining table for four provided. Enjoy your meals here or simply relax with a cup of coffee and plan your activities for the day. The shower room is also located on the ground floor with a shower and WC. Upstairs onto the first floor, you will find the both bedrooms nestled in the eaves. The first bedroom has a double divan bed with some storage for clothes and room for your luggage. The second bedroom has a metal framed double bed and also benefits from storage for your clothing and belongings. Externally there is a garden to the front of the property laid to gravel. Should you wish to dine al fresco, sit and enjoy at the patio table. The property is accessible via an uphill path and a few steps from your allocated parking space on the private roadside.

Barn in Mid Wales 4

Tretower, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £472 Availability

Part of a complex of properties, this converted barn is situated on a working livestock farm. Right from the doorstep, you will be spoilt for choice with walking and cycling routes through the picturesque Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. Just 1 mile away is the closest pub, which offers tasty local food and drink. Crickhowell, the winner of Best British High Street in 2018, is 3 miles from the property, where you will find independent shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants to whet your appetite. Abergavenny, the Gateway to Wales is 8.5 miles from here and the market town of Brecon can be reached in 12 miles. This property has been decorated with traditional features and oak windows, beams and flooring throughout. You enter the spacious kitchen through a heavy oak latched door, and you will find plenty of room for cooking, with all the amenities you require. There is also an oak table and chairs, seating four people. The characterful living room has a leather sofa and reclining chair as well as a wood burner to keep cosy in the evenings. Upstairs are two king size bedrooms, both with en suite shower rooms, ideal for a group of friends of couples. Wake up to the magnificent views from the upstairs windows across the Usk Valley. Underfloor heating throughout the property means that you will keep warm whatever the weather. The outside of the property has a gravel terrace area, a real suntrap in the summer months. Take in the surroundings from the garden furniture and enjoy al fresco dining with a BBQ available for use. You can access The Beacons Way from here and visit Tretower s medieval court and castle on foot. There is plenty of off road parking at the property.

Barn in Mid Wales 2

Sennybridge, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £563 Availability

A glorious space to rest and recharge, the Brecon Beacons National Park ticks all the boxes for those looking for outdoor adventures, challenging walks or calming afternoons of exploring pretty market towns. Bring your mountain bikes, canoes and fishing rods; you ll find the River Usk just 1 mile away for water based activities and mountain biking and hiking routes from your very doorstep. Visit the park s highest mountain, Pen y Fan, just 10 miles away or head to the river to fish for salmon and trout. More relaxing days out can be enjoyed in the market town of Brecon (7 miles) or the picturesque village of Sennybridge (2 miles), where country pubs are ready to offer you a warm Welsh welcome. This surprisingly spacious converted 16th century stable has been maintained in a charming countryside style, perfectly fitting with its rural location. The heart of the house is a sociable and spacious open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The kitchen area has an induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and dining table for four. Choose the chair or sofa in the lounge and stay warm by the wood burner effect electric fire set in an original stone fireplace. A TV/DVD can be enjoyed here in the living area or whilst lounging in bed on the first floor. Upstairs, a bright and cheery double bedroom boasts plenty of storage space, a charming dressing table and an extra single bed. Completing the first floor is a contemporary bathroom with a large shower and WC, along with a jacuzzi bath and heated towel rail. Wander outside and soak up the sunshine on the private patio.Outdoor furniture and a BBQ provide the perfect spot for al fresco dining or morning coffee. On the estate, you ll also find a secure storage spot for outdoor equipment, including mountain bikes and canoes.

Barn in Mid Wales 10

Talybont-on-Usk, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £1302 Availability

Enjoying a remote location in the beautiful Welsh countryside, this impressive holiday home blends original features with contemporary design. Surrounded by spectacular countryside, step out of the front door to spend your days discovering the natural beauty of the Brecon Beacons. Less than a mile from your holiday home are the stunning cascades of the Blaen y Glyn waterfalls for a peaceful picnic beside the tumbling waters. Enjoy a nostalgic trip through the stunning landscape on the Brecon Mountain Railway (11.5 miles) or hop in the saddle for a cycle along the Taff Cycle Trail which runs past the property. The pretty village of Talybont on Usk (4 miles) has a choice of welcoming pubs which are well worth a visit after a long walk along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Discover the mining heritage of the South Wales Valleys with a trip to Big Pit National Coal Mining Museum (21 miles) or the Blaenavon Ironworks (19.5 miles). Encompassed by rolling hills and towering trees, step out of your car and pause to appreciate the beauty of your surroundings. Entering the property, underfloor heating throughout creates a cosy atmosphere and the tasteful decor and use of warm wood accents makes this a relaxing environment to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life. Catering for larger groups is a dream in the very well equipped kitchen/diner with a beautiful stone floor and exposed ceiling beams. There s plenty of storage and ample workspace to prepare hearty meals and you ll find a range style gas oven and hob, dishwasher and fridge in this area. Gather together around the centrally positioned dining table, that can seat up to 14 guests when fully extended, to share meals and highlights of your day. Step through to the handy utility room where you will find additional storage, a microwave, freezer and washing machine. There s also a drying room for wet coats and boots and a separate cloakroom with a WC. Steps lead from the kitchen to the elegant sitting room with exposed brickwork and an oak beamed ceiling. Sink into one of the plump sofas and enjoy the panoramic views across Talybont Reservoir through the huge arched windows. Light the traditional wood burner set in the feature stone fireplace for a cosy night in watching a film on the TV with DVD player or listening to music on the Bluetooth speaker. Get competitive with a game of pool at the pool table or table football. A handmade oak staircase leads to the first floor where you will find the four indulgent bedrooms with oak beams and oak flooring throughout. The first bedroom is a generous family room with an oak framed double bed and a single bed, ample storage and a mezzanine level with second double bed. There is also an en suite shower room. A second family room boasts an oak framed double bed and a single bed, with a second single bed on the mezzanine and also enjoys an en suite shower room. The cosy twin bedroom with an en suite shower room features white washed brick walls and quirky circular stone windows offering fabulous views. The final bedroom is an attractive double bedroom with ample storage and an en suite bathroom with a shower over the bath. There is also an unused mezzanine level within this room. There are two WCs on this floor, one at each end of the landing. Venturing outside, there is a private terrace with a seating area with a wooden table, benches and a BBQ for a relaxed evening meal as the sun sets across the mountains. There is a large lawned garden to the rear of the barn with a trampoline and table tennis for guest of all ages to enjoy. Ample parking is available at the property along with safe storage for mountain bikes.