Celtic adventures to holiday lets in Wales
Unravel the secrets of a wild nation and ancient peoples by choosing holiday lets in Wales. Whether cradled in the deep valleys of the Snowdonia National Park or perched on high cliffs above the golden sands of the Gower, these stays promise an unforgettable adventure through culture, nature and more.
Top holiday homes in Wales
Tenby is a medieval castle town that's now much more summertime ice creams and beach bodies than battlements and keeps. You can still see the ruins of the old fortress, but it's ringed by holiday homes in Tenby that glow pastel hues of red and yellow above the gorgeous Pembrokeshire sands. Talking of Pembrokeshire, this bustling resort is the gateway to the 186-mile coast path that wiggles around the whole region, with stunning places like Barafundle Bay lurking just over the headland.
There are holiday lettings in Wales to suit a kaleidoscope of different travellers. Keen on adventure? Snowdonia promises the great outdoors like nowhere else in the country, with soaring peaks and dense pine forests, not to mention a clutch of cosy cottages with crackling fires. Want to taste the salt of the sea? Pembrokeshire rarely fails to stun those who pass its way. It's got surf-washed bays with board shops and puffin-peppered Ramsey Island up its sleeve. Between it all, there are holiday homes for casual walkers in the Brecon Beacons, chic pads in the heart of buzzing Cardiff and more off-beat escapes in Ceredigion.
Anglesey pokes out of the north-west tip of Wales with its Blue Flag beaches and UNESCO-tagged castles. On the east coast, you can wonder at the stone-clad towers of the 13th-century Beaumaris citadel. Elsewhere, holiday rentals in Anglesey pepper the sand dunes in Rhosneigr – one for the surfers and beachcombers. Others nestle between the cottages of unpronounceable Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, with views over the beautiful Menai Strait and the ridges of Snowdonia.