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Holiday cottages in Wales offer the chance for an inspirational break in a land awash with history and heritage, while surrounded by stunning scenery.
Whether it’s the adventure-packed coastlines, the serenity of The Valleys, the breathtaking mountainous surrounds of the north, or the buzzing city life of Swansea and Cardiff in the south, holidays in Wales offer something for everyone.
The dramatic landscape is enough to draw in tourists and holidaymakers from around the UK and across the globe. Holiday cottages in Wales offer the chance to wake with a view out across the sea, lakes, mountain ranges or rolling fields, not to mention pretty fishing villages or modern cityscapes. Explore the water from three stunning coastlines, with surfers, walkers, nature lovers and adrenalin junkies all drawn to the beaches of Pembrokeshire, the Gower, Carmarthenshire and Cardigan Bay. The craggy mountains of Snowdonia stretch out across the north of the country and offer everything from a peaceful stroll or cycle to a challenging climb or hike. The historic Welsh Valleys in the south were at the heart of the Industrial Revolution and now offer one of the most peaceful holiday destinations in Wales, while the cities of Swansea and Cardiff offer the unique advantages or urban life within easy reach of nature at its best. For another glorious glimpse of a bygone era, ancient castles are dotted throughout the country, from Edward I’s medieval fortress of Caernarfon Castle on the northern coast to the majestic Fonmon Castle in the Vale of Glamorgan down south. There are more than 400 castles throughout the country in varying states of repair and dated as far back as the 10th century, adding to the drama and intrigue of the Welsh landscape.
But it is not just the scenery which will captivate you on your cottage holiday in Wales, for this is a land fiercely proud of its heritage. The enchanting Welsh language is seen on signs wherever you go and heard spoken in many parts of the country, while the sounds of Welsh folk music and the renowned Male Voice Choirs have helped Wales earn the title of ‘The Land of Song,’ and traditional tunes or modern bands singing in Welsh can be heard at venues and pubs up and down the country.
The sights and sounds of Wales will take your breath away, while the tastes will leave with you a holiday experience to truly savour. Welsh lamb will of course be on the menu, while you can tuck into the freshest seafood straight from the fishing boats, try out traditional recipes such as Welsh Rarebit or Cawl and wash it all down with some locally-brewed cider.
For a holiday that will excite and inspire, browse our holiday cottages in Wales today.