While North Wales might be a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, you’ll find plenty of hidden gems among Mid-Wales and South Wales. From the quaint towns of Hay-on-Wye and Powys to the seaside retreats of Fishguard and Aberporth, there are so many remote locations to discover here.
If you’re looking for peace and tranquillity, there’s almost no better place to find it in the UK than the wonderful Welsh countryside. The Brecon Beacons National Park and Snowdonia National Park are just some of many wide open spaces where you can walk for miles in stunning surroundings. Want to truly get away from it all? Head to a remote Welsh cottage in the mountains or venture to the coast where you’ll discover numerous charming holiday homes situated steps from idyllic secret coves.
We have a wide range of remote holiday cottages in Wales, all of which feature our best price guarantee. Choose from several countryside locations in North Wales with wonderful mountain views or discover a secluded cottage in a remote location further south. Our rural properties come with everything you’ll need for a perfect stay, including fully-equipped kitchens, complimentary WiFi and even private hot tubs.
Once you’ve settled into your fantastic holiday home in Wales, it’ll be time to immerse yourself in your surroundings. Connect with the great outdoors, enjoy a stellar view of the clear night sky or try spotting some of the country’s incredible local wildlife. Need a little inspiration? Speak to our friendly customer advisor team today for suggestions on the most gloriously remote places to stay in Wales.
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You’ll uncover plenty of hidden gems all over the country. North Wales is ideal for those who enjoy outdoor activities like hiking and mountain climbing. Or, why not head to mid-Wales or South Wales to soak up some quaint towns, ancient castle ruins and lovely seaside retreats?
Experience the breathtaking beauty of Great Orme, a stunning headland that offers an array of attractions. Explore the ancient copper mines, take a tramway ride to the summit for panoramic views, encounter wildlife, and enjoy coastal walks. With its rich history and natural wonders, Great Orme is a must-visit destination.
Address: Great Orme, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2XG
Discover the enchanting Pembroke Castle, a medieval fortress steeped in history and grandeur. Explore its towering walls, magnificent keep, and picturesque grounds. Immerse yourself in the castle's rich past, from Norman beginnings to Tudor connections. With captivating exhibitions and events, Pembroke Castle offers an unforgettable journey through time.
Address: Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA71 4LA