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We have 30 reviews of our cottages in Wales.
It was my second stay at Tailor's Cottage and it didn't disappoint. A charming rustic cottage in a beautiful rural setting made all the better with a bit of sunshine.Read more
Very well furnished accommodation, in a quiet location, very nice landlord who like to give tips about places to visit, by car you can easily reach many attractions and places.Read more
This is an excellent property in a superb location quite location, but not far from any where. There is a large enclosed garden which was great for our pet greyhound. The owners John and His wife Karin are very nice, kind and helpful people. We have stayed in many property's both in the UK and Europe and this one is up with the best.Read more
The property is in a beautiful, rural area steeped in history and natural beauty. There are several local walks you can do from the village including the forestry. The property itself we found to be clean and spacious. The towels were great as they were not the size of the usual postage stamp, very well thought out Karen! The wifi worked a treat and we didn't find the kitchen to be lacking in anything needed. The appliances were easy to use, i.e. Dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Kitchen is very well equipped. The only downside for me was I found the bed uncomfortable but as everyone knows you cannot please everyone in the bed department, it is an individual preference. The beds have springs in the mattresses and unfortunately I felt every one of them. I have to say it would not deter me from booking the property again, I would just bring my own mattress topper from home.........problem solved! The supermarket (Tesco) is in Llandrindod Wells but there is a local shop within the texaco station at cross gate which is handy if you need something on the hurry up. The Elan Valley is within 30 minutes drive and is exceptional. It has something for everyone there. The views are incredible. All in all we had a very relaxing holiday with our dogs, we found Karen and John to be the perfect hosts, there when necessary. Thank you both so much for allowing us to visit your lovely cottage and for the delicious bara brith. ps. The spaniel had to be admitted to vet to have stitches, she is presently sulking as she is grounded : ) Diolch yn fawr iawnRead more
Was a lovely stay in a beautiful area, the surroundings and scenery are beautiful, the cottage is lovely and clean and has everything you need for a self catering holiday. John and Karen were very helpful and communication prior to booking was spot on. Recommended for peace and tranquillity in a very remote area.Read more
This was an idyllic retreat in a authentic tailor's cottage only a few steps from the pub! The walks through the forests were magical and the children (aged 14, 12 and 9) had a wonderful time in the garden and enjoyed having the freedom to explore the local area independently. The village holds history to be discovered and the surrounding area provided stunning scenery in the Elan Valley. The local town of Rhadayer provided boutique shopping and the museum was well worth a visit. The cottage itself was well equipped and kept very clean for our arrival. Both Karen and John were very welcoming providing a delicious barabrith and supplies for tea and coffee. The dishwasher was a great asset and the washing machine was also put to good use. We were able to use the barbecue provided during our stay as we had hot sunny weather. We would thoroughly recommend this property and are even considering returning again and we rarely go back to the same destination twice. Thank you for a delightful holiday.Read more
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Holiday cottages in Wales
Small but beautifully formed, Wales is known for its rocky coastline, rolling hills and lush valleys, mountainous national parks, and ancient Celtic culture rooted in mystical folklore.
The UK's only coastal national park is in Pembrokeshire, and throughout the length of the shoreline of Wales there are sweeping, uncrowded beaches offering plenty of water sport activities or simple rock-pooling. Snowdonia, with its Ice Age-formed mountains offers exceptional opportunities for hiking, biking, mountaineering or wild swimming. Or visit the heather-bedecked Brecon Beacons National Park for horse-riding, caving or breathtakingly scenic walks.
Wales is home to over 400 castles, but if you are looking for a more contemporary holiday then a cottage near Cardiff, with its restored waterfront, vibrant nightlife and top-class restaurants is an ideal choice.