With Wales in Style, you can find those special places to stay in Wales - from romantic weekend breaks to full blown family holidays.
Asheston Eco Barns are 5 luxury self catering cottages in the heart of unspoilt Pembrokeshire that offer family friendly holidays with a sustainable twist.
If you’re looking for the comfort and luxury of a top hotel plus the come-and-go-as-you-please convenience of a private residence, then these apartments are the perfect fit. There are three in all.
Bardsey View is the perfect location to explore the golden sandy beaches of New Quay, the stunning secluded coves at Mwnt and the beautiful harbour town of Aberaeron. It is only a twenty minute drive to visit the special areas of conservation with their colony of Atlantic grey seals and resident population of bottlenose dolphins at Cardigan Island.
This place has it all. Space, Indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, Games room and a stunning location in North Wales close to Snowdonia National Park and Chester.
We’ve seen some amazing views, but Brynteifi’ s uninterrupted panoramic sea views from your very own hot tub demand a second and third look.
Romance drips from the ancient woodland surrounding Mill Cottage. Falling asleep to the gentle lullaby of the River Wye, eating breakfast in the dappled shade to the birdsong soundtrack, and reading a novel as the fire crackles are one of life’s forgotten pleasures. Time stands still here; the only constant is the relaxing burble of the gently flowing waterfall literally a stone’s throw from your front door.
Do you want country or coast, the popular Victorian mountain resort of Betws-y-Coed or the classic seaside charm of Llandudno? The advantage with this cottage, located in the Conwy Valley, is that you can have both.
When we invite new properties into our Collection, we always consider that being ‘rare’ should be a top priority. In this case the East Wing in Cardigan Castle is ticks both the ‘hideaway’ and ‘rare’ boxes. There are very few opportunities to stay somewhere with such a carefully documented story to tell spanning over 900 years. If only walls had ears ... and these ancient walls are something special too. The contemporary accommodation is within the reassuringly solid walls of the immaculately restored Castell which holds a unique place in Welsh history and culture. Back in 1176, when the castle was born, they had a party, a justifiably big party, with music, performance, feasts and poetry … the inaugural Eisteddfod, a tradition which still attracts hundreds of thousands of people to each one to this day.
Just listen, that’s the sound of silence. The drive up to Cwm Pelved gives only a passing hint as to how peaceful and private the setting of this meticulous ‘barn-to-contemporary-luxury-cottage’ conversion really is. It’s probably not ideal for low slung sports cars, but if you look in your rear-view mirror as you drive up you’ll see what makes this place unique. The stunning wrap around views over the Wye Valley are unbeatable.
They are a pair of mid-19th century semi-detached miners’ cottages that have been immaculately and sensitively renovated to bring them back to their original appearance but with all modern comfort and convenience.