Holiday in Wales
A holiday in Wales can be many things… Adventurous, romantic, relaxing to name a few
We’ve collated a list of some of our best Rare Hideaways spread across the country; exciting places to stay whilst you discover the wonders of Wales.
These luxury lodges are part of The Celtic Collection, located in Newport, South Wales. With four fabulous en-suite bedrooms, luxury living space and hot tub with views to die for, Hunter lodges are just made for sharing with the ones you love. The sensational open-plan space at the heart of each lodge is perfect for entertaining, relaxing and dining together, while a cosy chill-out room is the perfect place for me time, us time or family play time.
Newport is a great holiday destination for exploring the wondrous castles of South Wales, such as Caerphilly castle. It’s also just a 30-minute drive from Wales’ capital, Cardiff, if you fancy more of a city break.
This hideaway was a historic farm, now stylish barn conversions, nestled in the hills of Betws y Coed, North Wales. There are three properties to choose from, based in a courtyard setting with a wealth of contemporary facilities, and are suitable for a romantic getaway or family adventure.
Plasplasgwm’s location is ideal for exploring Snowdonia National Park, the first National Park in Wales. With over 800 square miles to discover, there’s so much to do as well as walking and hiking. The unique yet diverse scenery can be enjoyed from its nine mountain ranges where you will come across a vast range of river gorges, lakes and waterfalls.
Elm Grove is an elegant Georgian Country House set among 20 acres of lawns, gardens and fields located 3 miles from Tenby, South West Wales. Guests can experience a tasteful mix of marble fireplaces, chandeliers, panelled doorways and large picture windows in this beautiful B&B.
An ideal property for exploring Pembrokeshire; Tenby, Saundersfoot and Manorbier are just 3 miles away, with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and iconic locations such as St Davids, Marloes and Barafundle Bay within driving distance.
Brig y Don
Brig y Don, Welsh for ‘crest of the wave’ is a beautifully appointed house that takes full advantage of its spectacular cliff top location in Gwbert, West Wales. A five-star holiday cottage furnished to the highest standards of comfort and thoughtfully designed to offer spacious living. It sleeps up to 8 people in 4 bedrooms all with en-suite facilities. This hideaway boasts panoramic sea views of the Teifi Estuary, Poppit Sands, the magnificent Cemaes Head with its sea cliffs (the highest on the Welsh coastline) and Cardigan Bay.
This warm and welcoming property is ideal for exploring the fantastic beaches and historic market towns of Cardigan Bay. Within 12 miles drive of Brig y Don visitors can explore a selection of Wales’ finest beaches, ranging from the spacious open sands of Poppit, Newport and Penbryn to the sheltered sandy coves of Mwnt, Aberporth, and Tresaith.
Tŷ Mawr Collection
The Tŷ Mawr Collection is a suite of five fabulous properties in the grounds of a manorial estate dating back to medieval times, located in Brecon, Mid Wales. Each property is graded 5 stars and has a distinct interior design with private patios and garden areas.
Set in the grounds of Ty Mawr, a Grade 2 * Georgian Mansion in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park; An ideal location for hiking the Brecon Beacons mountain range, including South Wales’ highest mountain Pen y Fan.