Cottages in Wales
Wales' varied and verdant landscape of rolling hills, rugged mountains, and miles of coastline is the perfect place to escape to. Within easy reach of most of the UK by train and other public transport, you can sunbathe on golden beaches, hike up some of the British Isles' highest peaks or just snuggle up in a rural bolt-hole with a loved one. Wales has been blessed with a huge range of historic properties which have now been lovingly converted into holiday cottages perfect for holidays with family, friends or simply to get away. From old stone houses to quirky Victorian tin cottages, below are a selection of the finest cottages the country has to offer. You can also view all accommodation options in Wales here.
3 nights in peak season £312, low season 4 nights £252
£493.00 to: £1028.00 (based on two staying)
From £700 per week. Short breaks available and occasionally B&B at £75 for a double
From £550 per week
From £110 per night
From £410.00 to: £859.00 (based on two staying)
Ty Gwydr is an innovative, ultra modern take on the traditional countryside bolt-hole. You'll be impressed by the open plan kitchen with its ceiling to floor windows that look out over the surrounding mountains, as well as the comfortable, cosy bedrooms (one of which even houses a four poster bed). It's also very green, with ground source heating and efficient wool insulation. It was also painted using Ecological lime wash paints. Outside, there's a beautiful landscaped garden and decking, plus a private 8 person hot tub! There's also plenty of outdoor activities nearby, including Llangorse indoor climbing and rope centre, a couple of pony trekking centres and boating and water skiing on the lake.
It's hard to believe that Hen Glyn was once considered derelict. Having been restored using largely sustainable materials, this Grade II listed cottage now effortlessly combines the modern and the traditional, with original 18th century wooden beams and panelling decorating the otherwise contemporary interiors. Sleeping up to 4, this is also easily one of the best accommodations in the region for walkers; the farm has some 230 acres to explore, while countless way-marked routes start right on the doorstep. In the evenings, rest your weary legs in Hen Glyn's heated outdoor hot tub and gaze out over the surrounding hillside.