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Self Catering Accommodation in Wales

Enjoy the rugged Welsh countryside and its long coastline of rocky coves and wide, sandy bays with the freedom of a self-catered holiday. Stay in quirky accommodation, from a gypsy caravan to picturesque thatched cottages and a traditional Shepherd's Hut in the Black Mountains and enjoy all luxuries and conveniences without anyone else imposing a timetable on you. Of course, if you don't want to cook, there's plenty of hearty local food to be enjoyed at restaurants and pubs across the country. For more information on what Wales has to offer, check out the Welsh tourist board, and below we've picked some of the best green self-catering options in the country:

Converted Barn

Converted Barn, Dyfi Valley, Wales

In a peaceful setting surrounded by organic farmland and birdsong, this converted barn has been luxuriously restored to the highest eco standards featuring a wood burning stove and comfortable retro furniture.
From £420.00 to: £896.00 (based on two staying)
Patio of Pen y Fedw

Pen Y Fedw, Monmouthshire

A beautiful, luxurious cottage in the depths of lovely Monmouthshire countryside, recently designed to accommodate a couple, plus a baby, and up to 2 dogs. It is bright, light, spacious, clean-lined - refreshingly contemporary and stylish.
1 double room

From £260

Blackheath Cottage exterior

Blackheath Cottage, Gower, Wales

The building may be 150 years old but it feels comfortable, modern and relaxed, whilst keeping its old-world charm intact.
1 cottage for 4; 2 doubles and 1 extra single bed.

From £325 per week.

Tynrhelyg, Dyfi Biosphere, UK

Two pretty stone holiday cottages – Helygen and Eithinog – sit side by side with fabulous views over the Cambrian Mountains; perfectly placed for walkers and those wishing to visit Dyfi's nature reserves and coast.
Three 5* luxury cottages

Slade Barn, Gower, Wales

A woodburning stove and lots of oak features keep it cosy, whilst modern marble and granite make it feel sleek and contemporary.
1 cottage for 6; 2 doubles, 1 twin

From £550 per week. Short breaks available.

The welcoming sign for Tir Cethin Farm

Tir-Cethin Farm, Gower, Wales

A pair of luxury self-catering barn conversions surrounded by the UK's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A perfect example of eco-luxury, this is also a fantastic base for everything from walking and pony-trekking to kite surfing.
6 rooms, 4 double, 2 with 1 single and adult bunkbeds.

The barns are available for short breaks from £300 for 3 nights or a full week from £1000.

Front of Glan Llyn

Glan LLyn, Mold, Clywdian Range

Glan Llyn in North Wales is a guest house on a farm and more! 3 bedrooms ensuite with a breakfast basket every morning, a 2 bedroom self-catering cottage and a 4 berth caravan in the Clwydian Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
3 ensuite, 2 self catering, 4 caravan

From £79 per night

Hendy Farm, Dyfi Biosphere, UK

Three comfortable and homely bedrooms are decked out in floral bedspreads and pale yellow walls, and there’s a separate sitting room should guests want to stick their feet up.
5 cottages (sleep from 2 to 6 people) and 3 B&B rooms
Gwenoldy exterior

Gwenoldy, Mold, Wales

Self-catering farm cottage converted from the stable and forge of an adjacent 17th-century Welsh long house. Have a barbecue in the garden with views across the valley to the Bronze Age hill forts of Penycloddiau and Moel Arthur.
1 barn for 4

From £340 per week

Johnston Cottage

Johnston Cottage, Pembrokeshire, Wales

This South Pembrokeshire Cottage has been carefully restored from the 19th century and has it own Grade II Listed stone bridge. This charming south-facing stone cottage is set within a ¼ of an acre of grounds and with nearby scenery and wildlife.
Sleeps 4, Master Double (ground floor), Twin

From £410.00 to: £859.00 (based on two staying)

Dify Biosphere Treehouse

Dyfi Biosphere Treehouse Living Room, Powys, Wales

In these treehouses in the Dyfi Biosphere, climb from woodland floor to tree canopy via a sweeping spiral staircase. Inside, the Hobbit-esque tree houses are neatly divided into living and sleeping quarters with portholes and wood-burning stoves.
5 treehouses, each has 2 bedrooms, sleeps four

From £379