Llandudno Promenade & Great Orme

Llandudno Promenade & Great Orme

Wales is home to a staggering amount of things to see and do during your stay. Enjoy day trips to a host of historic castles including the largest - Caerphilly Castle, miles of sandy beaches along the Gower Peninsula, great surfing at Hell's Mouth on the Llyn Peninsula or enjoy a brisk walk or train ride up Mount Snowdon. Cardiff and Swansea are perfect for city breaks or enjoy a relaxing stay at a Victorian B&B in Llandudno and take a trip up the Great Orme. For great walks, explore the Offa's Dyke Pathway close to the England/ Wales border or take in the scenery along the Pembrokeshire coastal path and enjoy spotting the dolphins. Book you accommodation online through iknow to get the best deals.

Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Bay

Whether you are coming to Wales on a fun filled city break, family beach holiday or outdoor activity weekend, you are sure to find plenty of attractions and activities to keep you busy. Attend a live event at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, enjoy a great choice of walks up Mount Snowdon or just relax at one of the beautiful award winning beaches on the Llyn Peninsula and Gower. If you are looking for a more active day out, try caving in Snowdonia National Park or bog snorkelling in Llanwrtyd Wells near Builth Wells. For a historical day out, Wales is brimming with a range of beautiful castles including the fairytale 19th Century Castell Coch, beautiful Harlech Castle which overlooks Cardigan Bay and the fine Norman Cardiff Castle which is set right in the city centre. Penrhyn Castle stands at the gateway to Snowdonia in North Wales and while you are in South Wales, visit the largest of the castles in Wales, Caerphilly Castle.

Tenby Beaches

Tenby Beaches

Wales is perfect for an active outdoor holiday with three National Parks to explore, a host of water sports available including surfing and diving. You could also take a boat trip of the coast of Cardigan Bay to spot the dolphins or walk the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to admire the wealth of bird life in the area. To really get away from it all, visit the peaceful island of Anglesey just off the north Wales coast to enjoy more beautiful beaches, nature filled walks and visits to Beaumaris Castle. Search for availability through our website to find the perfect accommodation in Wales for your break today.

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    Traditional stone farmhouse B&B in North Wales, offering splendid hospitality in beautiful countryside. Enjoy a hearty breakfast before exploring the region.
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  • St Florence, Nr Tenby
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    Beautifully presented range of South Wales holiday cottages near Tenby set on a 145 acre working farm. Shared indoor pool, one cottage with private hot tub. Short breaks.
     
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    Modern Porthmadog hotel with newly refurbished double & family ensuite rooms. Free parking, early check in/ late check by arrangement, 30 mins free Wi-Fi. Pet friendly.
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