Wales Holiday Home

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North Wales

Home to Wales' largest national park, Snowdonia, and three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, North Wales is a popular holiday destination and a major player across the world for outdoor activities, within its six counties you can feed your adrenaline with white water rafting and white water tubing, rock climbing, abseiling and coasteering. There are stunning castles and historic homes for history buffs, fantastic walking and biking trails, plenty of land and water-based activites, combined with all kinds of fun visitor attractions.

North Wales Destinations






Llŷn Peninsula


Dee Valley & Clwydian Range (AONB)

Horseshoe Pass

Snowdonia National Park


Mid Wales

Mid Wales has all kinds of charming small market towns and beautiful villages set in a variety of landscapes. Powys has the majority of the mountainous Brecons Beacons National Park in the South of the county, it abounds in trails for walkers, there are many natural challenges for climbers and abseilers, along with opportunities for all kinds of water sports. The coastal arm of Mid Wales is set around Cardigan Bay, partly in Ceredigion, here holidaymakers will find glorious sandy bays and beautiful coastal vistas along Ceredigion's Heritage Coast.

Mid Wales Destinations



Brecon Beacons National Park

Cardigan Bay


South West Wales

The South West is the jewel in the crown for Wales, between the counties of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire you'll find green fertile landscapes, pristine award-winning beaches and Britain's only coastal national park - The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. South West Wales boasts some fantastic visitor attractions like Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Blue Lagoon Water Park, and the National Botanic Garden of Wales. Both counties have an abundance of wildlife for nature lovers, there's also a plethora of trails for walkers which take in a variety of terrains.

South West Wales Destinations



St Brides Bay

Carmarthen Bay

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Teifi Valley


South Wales

As a holiday destination, South Wales is certainly all things to all people, you can choose to lose yourself for days (or weeks) in the enchanting Welsh Valleys, there are museums, historic buildings and coal mines which allow you to immerse yourself in South Wales' rich history, or you can enjoy a city break to hit the shops to refresh your wardrobe. South Wales is made for families with children, there are outstanding beaches in beautiful bays, waterparks and lidos for water fun, and all kinds of castles to explore.

South Wales Destinations

Blaenau Gwent




Merthyr Tydfil


Neath Port Talbot


Rhondda Cynon Taff

Swansea / Gower


Vale of Glamorgan

Wye Valley & The Vale of Usk



Your Search For Holiday Homes in Wales
We have all kinds of options and ideas to help you find your perfect holiday home in your ideal location in Wales whatever the time of year, you can search for holiday homes with extras like a hot tub, barbeque, swimming pool or WiFi in our Rental Extras and Rental Options sections. We can also help you find cottages, log cabins, apartments or static caravans for your next holiday in Wales with a specific number of bedrooms. If you are into your outdoor activities, you will find sections dedicated to searching for holiday homes near a golf course, rentals near a fishing source and self-catering accommodation with horse riding nearby.