Holiday Cottages in Wales
Rare Hideaways hosts a unique collection of luxury cottages across Wales. From Brecon to Anglesey, we’ll find the perfect cottage for your needs. Admire a handful of gems from our collection below…
Small but perfectly formed Cae Bach has a big personality. This romantic, cottagey bolthole has been converted from an old stable house with imagination and flair by Sion and Meleri using environmentally friendly, natural materials, and is furnished with carefully selected vintage and Welsh items.
‘Boutique’ is a description usually applied to hotels. In this case, it’s the perfect fit for this high-end self-catering. Parc-yr-Hebog Cottages consists of two properties and is based on a working smallholding with its own prize flock of sheep. But banish all thoughts of muddy wellies.
Never judge a book by its cover … opening the front door and entering Little Fox Cottage is a voyage of luxury discovery. Whilst the building’s sturdy exposed-stone walls hint at its 200-year-old past and lend it a rare feeling of longevity and trust, the interior would not look out of place on the cover of a glossy Lifestyle magazine. It’s out and out 5-star luxury all the way, a perfect love nest for two, or a stunning base from which to spoil the family as you explore Pembrokeshire’ s fifty-eight beaches from.
You’re up, up and away at the top of the Glasgwm Valley above Penmachno at this property. It’s a perfect fit for its rural surroundings. The lodge is an historic traditional Welsh long barn built of rugged stone and set within the courtyard of what was originally a working farm, Plasglasgwm. But initial appearances are deceptive. Inside, it has been stripped of all dark, rustic nooks and crannies thanks to a stunning recreation – think sleek and spacious, contemporary and cool, and you’re not far wrong.
The best Rare Hideaways echo with the buzz of happy laughter. At Brig y Don, Welsh for ‘crest of the wave’, it’s only drowned out by the sound of the ocean. The spectacular cliff top location provides an ever-changing backdrop for the best get-togethers, gatherings and getaways. This warm and welcoming landmark beach house is equally perfect for both outdoorsy celebrations and indoorsy switch off breaks.
Like many successful, star-rated self-catering properties, Troedyrhiw’s story is one of a labour of love. Former derelict farm buildings have been sympathetically transformed into five immaculate cottages sitting side-by-side around a courtyard.
If you like your self-catering served with a slice of history and ancestry you’ll love Grade II Star-listed Llanfendigaid, the ‘Parish of the Blessed’. The substantial, stone-built house, dating from the 13th century and in the same family for over 800 years, assumed its present appearance following renovation in 1746.