Holiday cottages in Wales
Discover sandy beaches and sparkling seas, majestic mountains and pretty villages on a holiday in Wales. We have a wide range of self-catering holiday cottages in Wales, from sea view escapes on the Gower in South Wales, to country retreats in Eryri (Snowdonia) in North Wales. Our cottages cater for short breaks, weekend getaways and longer stays. What’s more, every stay helps support our work looking after special places for ever, for everyone.
A beautifully restored 19th century cottage with panoramic sea views outside the front door.
This Georgian house retains much of its original character and looks out over Llanlleiana Bay.
Nestled in the wooded valley of Aeron, is this fairy-tale cottage, with its small arched windows and yellow walls. With the Ceredigion coast just a short drive away, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches.
This pretty Victorian cottage is set in a quiet valley and surrounded by Colby Woodland Gardens. Explore Coly's wildflower meadow and colourful walled garden, and then head to the nearby tearoom for delicious lunches and mouth-watering cakes.
In a prime location on the Pembrokeshire coast and with space for six people and two dogs, this historical farmhouse is ideal for a group getaway. Step outside the cottage and follow footpaths along the cliff-tops or walk down to Fishguard for fish and chips by the sea.
With world-famous Rhosili Bay just metres away, the Old Rectory offers a special stay in Wales. Recently renovated, this spacious house is full of coastal charm with light-flooded rooms, chic furnishings and a garden overlooking the beach.
Built in 1928, this coastal cottage offers sweeping views over the beach towards Worm's Head and South Gower. With squishy sofas and a log-burner in the living room, the cosy inside is a welcome retreat after a day spent with the sun on your face and wind in your hair.
Many of our holiday cottages in Wales cater for dogs too, so you can scale the peaks and explore the coastline together. With its craggy peaks and rugged hills, Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park offers some of the finest dog-walking territory in the UK. Or you could head to Pembrokeshire to play on the dog-friendly beaches.
We have a range of large cottages in Wales, as well as groups of smaller cottages, nearby or next door.