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Explore the wonderful Pembrokeshire National Park, with the chance to see dolphins and seals. Some stunning coastal walks along the around Ceredigion, Cardigan Bay and the wildlife rich Cambrian Mountains, great for walking and mountain biking. Superb beaches and fishing harbours.

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Whitland, Dyfed, Wales

From £980 Availability

Fantastic grass roofed, oak beamed cabin on the edge of our 20 acre woods, which our guests are welcome to explore. Great space to enjoy and relax. With a large Jotul Wood burner to cosy up in the evenings (logs supplied). Situated in a rural spot 15 minutes from St. Clears, with good access to the Preselli Hills, the North and South Pembrokeshire coast. We live in the main dwelling 100 metres away with separate access. The space Logs Supplied for Jotul wood burner Outside fires allowed in fire pit logs supplied Private woods to walk around Separate access and parking Please note the bunk beds are 175cm length so shorter than standard.


Llangain, Dyfed, Wales

From £385 Availability

Welcome to our newly furnished holiday home in Carmarthenshire West Wales. We are located in a rural, and very picturesque park which is surrounded by acres of woodland. Also only two miles away is Llansteffan magnificent two beaches(1 dog friendly open all year round) which includes castle and hill walks . Carmarthen town features traditional Welsh shops plus all your high street shops in the new shopping centre is only 6 miles from the park . The park has a seasonal supervised swimming pool( which is under the control of the site management) Customer WiFi , Laundry , Play Area ,Two dog walking areas . There is a bar and restaurant adjacent to the park. Friday changeover day . Please contact if you need to change and we will try to accommodate. Friday to Friday Monday to Friday Friday to Monday Maximum 2 medium/ large dogs or 3 small dogs .sorry no cats 32 Elmrise Park From the entrance, the kitchen area has a modern kitchen with full size fridge/ freezer,electric hob and built in electric oven. There is a washer/ dryer too . The kitchen is equipped with toaster, kettle, dinner service, utensils, cutlery, pans , sink and drainer. The living room has a thirty two inch television and free WiFi access . We have two bedrooms, the first has a king size bed and a thirty two inch television with built in dvd . The second has a lovely day bed with pull out trundle ( all bedding supplied ) . All rooms have wall mounted electric heaters . The shower room has a modern electric shower sink and wc . Out side there is a secured fenced garden allowing your children/ dogs freedom to play whilst you relax on the decking area which has its own gazebo . There is garden furniture and gas barbecue for your use .


Llansteffan, Dyfed, Wales

From £541 Availability

A beautifully decorated and comfortable 2 bedroom chalet with a lovely garden area which is visited by a large variety of birds and wildlife. Close to beautiful Llansteffan beach this is a nature lovers paradise.


Llangain, Dyfed, Wales

From £475 Availability

No 77 Elmrise Park is a clean & well-equipped chalet 2 miles from the popular and beautiful Llansteffan, with a stunning beach, tea-room, fish & chip bar, 2 pubs and the Village Store + Bistro, all of which serve food. The park is quiet and peaceful and is ideally situated on the Wales Coast Path and close to some spectacular cycle routes. The chalet has a large living/dining area, two double bedrooms, shower room, kitchen with oven, fridge, microwave and its own large patio area with outdoor seating. Well-behaved dogs allowed at owners' discretion, please check with us first. The market town of Carmarthen* is just 5 miles from the chalet, with a lovely indoor pool at Carmarthen Leisure Centre. There is a new climbing centre in Carmarthen, suitable for all ages and numerous places of interest all within 30 minutes drive: Tenby, Saundersfoot, Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Blue Lagoon Water Park, National Botanic Gardens, Laugharne. Llansteffan Castle is just a few minutes’ walk from the beach. There's plenty to do on rainy and sunny days alike. We are local owners and available to check you in and out and are on-hand to answer any questions you have. If you would like restaurant recommendations, please contact us in advance - you will need to book ahead for the best ones! Please note: Elmrise Park properties are all privately owned, and the park office is not able to assist with bookings related to No 77. Please contact the owners Amanda and Clive directly via the app or by phone with any queries or issues - thanks *Tesco, Morrisons, Lidl all within easy reach. Carmarthen also has a cinema, theatre and lots of lovely restaurants Languages spoken: English

8 Harbour View 6

New Quay, Dyfed, Wales

8 Harbour View From £628 Availability

8 Harbour View sits on a holiday park in the town of New Quay in Ceredigion, Wales. Hosting three bedrooms including two doubles, one of which has an en-suite, as well as a twin room, along with a shower room, the property can sleep six people. Inside, also find its open-plan living area which contains a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with an electric fire. The exterior offers off-road parking for three cars as well as an enclosed lawn and a decking with furniture. 8 Harbour View is a tasteful getaway placed simply perfectly for a fun-packed break by the sea.

Aberporth House 12

Aberporth, Dyfed, Wales

Aberporth House From £3986 Availability

Occupying a glorious privileged position on the hillside of Aberporth, Aberporth House is a Welsh wonder, standing majestically taking in the breathtaking panoramic views. This incredibly smart 5 bedroom holiday home offers sumptuous interiors and supreme comfort from within its towering three storeys.

The delightful holiday resort of Aberporth boasts two fabulous Blue Flag beaches between the rocky headlands of Trecregyn and Fathgarreg and a few seaside shops, cafes and pubs. It is a fantastic base for exploring the sensational Wales Coastal Path.

Aberporth House is a contemporary build, featuring huge glass windows to make the most of its elevated position and the gorgeous panoramic sea and beach views. The open plan living space is situated on the first floor, further elevating the swanky lounge areas. This magnificent coastal gem sleeps up to 12 guests plus two furry friends. A rather grand sweeping staircase leads guests upstairs, flanked with decorative wrought iron bannisters. The pristine kitchen, with elegant grey tones, boasts double ovens and a smart granite island where guests can sit on a bar stool keeping the chef company. This kitchen is a chef’s delight. The fabulous dining space looks straight out to the glistening ocean and the colourful boats on the golden sands. You can relax in the deep sofas and chairs enjoying the same idyllic views. There is a second living space in the Orangery whose cathedral skylight illuminates this spacious area. It is the ideal space for children to play or to enjoy the Sunday newspapers. The impressive cinema room with its 75 inch screen and reclining leather seats will be a hit, as will the games room with a pool table, table tennis, bar skittles and an electric piano. You will know where to find the young ones!

You will be truly wowed by the second floor master bedroom suite. Enjoying full height windows, the views are incredible. The bedroom is vast with an exceptional lounge area and stairs to an upper mezzanine bedroom with twin beds. There is also an outstanding furnished terrace with wonderful vistas. Surely the place for a glass of champagne while you dream that you never have to leave? This master bedroom suite is a perfect family suite. There are four other bedrooms, all immaculate and offering superb comfort. In total there are 4 king-size beds and 4 single beds in this seaside house. It boasts 6 sensational bedrooms offering a mix of baths and walk-in showers or both. There is even a Jacuzzi bath in the master en-suite.

Outside, guests can enjoy the two terraces and a patio for alfresco dining. Your chefs can prepare a meal on the house barbecue or in the pizza oven, while you relax on the loungers or enjoy a game of outdoor chess.

Aberporth is a small Welsh village on the southern edge of Cardigan Bay. Visitors are attracted by the fabulous beaches and access to the stunning Wales Coastal Path. You will find visitors sunbathing and playing on the golden sands or launching boats to enjoy the fresh water. There are pleasure boats, sailing boats, kayaks and canoes. You will also probably see fishermen unloading crate after crate of giant spider crabs and other seafish. In the 17th and 18th centuries herring were plentiful in Cardigan Bay so Aberporth had at least 20 full time herring smacks. Now it is mainly crab and lobster fishing. You will find rock pools exposed at low tide and the cliff top walks along the Cerdeigion coast boast extensive views as far as the Lleyn Peninsula. You will find a few shops, cafes and a friendly pub. There is a wonderful carving of a leaping dolphin overlooking the beach. Bottlenose dolphins are frequently seen close to shore in Aberporth, hence the carving.

The Wales Coast Path is well established with clear signing and spectacular walking, especially from Cardigan to Borth. From Aberporth you may just want to walk along the cliffs to Tresaith or you may want to take the circular walk. There are seaside saunters along the fronts of coastal towns and villages, literary trails such as the Dylan Thomas Trail around New Quay, delightful strolls along country lanes bordered with ancient hedgerows full of wild flowers, invigorating walks across wild headlands enjoying stunning views of the rugged Cardigan Bay coastline, challenging mountain hikes in the remote uplands of the Cambrian Mountains or slow riverside rambles along the Teifi, Aeron Rheidol and Ystwyth valleys. Cardigan Bay has a number of useful little buses if you do not want to drive.

There are some amazing cycle routes around Cardigan Bay. You can hire cycles from New Image Bikes, Cardigan if you do not want to take your own.

One of the favourite places to canoe is along the River Teifi. At 79km it is one of the longest rivers in Wales, starting at Teifi Pools high up near Tregaron. The section from Llechryd Bridge to the mouth of the river at Poppit Sands is tidal so it makes a wonderful half day canoe trip if there is enough water. You must check the tides. Surfing is popular in Aberporth, Poppit Sands and Llangrannog.

Acorn Lodge 6

St Clears, Dyfed, Wales

Acorn Lodge From £294 Availability

Acorn Lodge is a traditional single-storey log cabin situated on the Woodland Lodge Holiday Park, three miles from St Clears. This property sleeps six people and has three bedrooms, consisting of one double, one twin and one bunk room, together with a bathroom with whirlpool bath and a sauna room with separate shower. The property also has an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric stove. Outside there's off road parking for two cars and a veranda with bench. Acorn Lodge is an ideal family base.

Barn in Mid Wales 2

Llandeilo, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £385 Availability

Set on a quaint seven acre smallholding, with horses, sheep, cats and dogs, that you are welcome to visit, near to the delightful village of Cwmdu. Overlooking wonderful rolling countryside this is the perfect venue for a couple to enjoy the best that Carmarthenshire has to offer. Excellent for walkers and cyclists, with nearby trails and bicycle storage available. Nearby Talley Park Walk and lake are idyllic and there is an eclectic mix of shops and eateries to be enjoyed at nearby Llandeilo. For history lovers there is a well preserved Iron Age hill fort at Maes y Castell. Aberglasney Gardens or visit the beautiful National Botanic Garden of Wales, only 15 miles away and well worth a visit. (Please check admittance for the various attractions). Enter into this charming converted former threshing barn into a light and airy open plan lounge/diner, with tasteful decor throughout and a comfortable sofa and a wood burner effect electric fire, to compliment the underfloor heating. A truly cosy cottage any time of the year. There is a TV, DVD and CD player to keep everyone entertained. The kitchen is well laid out and has an electric oven and gas hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge with ice compartment and a washing machine. There is a pretty first floor bedroom with a king size bed with beams providing a wealth of charm and an en suite shower and WC, making this the perfect retreat for those planning a romantic break in the country. (Regret no children or babes in arms). Outside there is a good sized, enclosed garden with patio looking out over the fields. A super spot to enjoy some al fresco dining. There is also a BBQ, private parking for one car and bicycle storage available, to take advantage of the local trails.

Barn in Mid Wales 2

Llandeilo, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £366 Availability

This delightful, semi detached converted barn sits idyllically on a small holding, where all the animals are pets. The village of Cwmdu is surrounded by a stunning rolling landscape and has a village inn too. There are local cycle trails and super walks straight from your door. Llandeilo is a short drive and offers a range of independent shops and restaurants. Why not visit Dinefwr Park with its castle and country house, just a 20 minute drive away. More retail therapy available in the market town of Carmarthen. Nature lovers will adore Aberglasney Gardens and the National Botanic Garden of Wales a 15 mile drive away. The south and west coasts are approximately 29 miles away for those looking to enjoy a day by the sea. (Please check admittance for the various attractions). Enter into this charming converted barn, originally a pig sty into a light and airy kitchen/diner. This fully equipped kitchen has an electric oven and gas hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge with ice compartment and a washing machine. Up a few steps to the cosy lounge, with a comfortable sofa and a warming wood burner effect electric fire, to compliment the underfloor heating. A very pleasant cottage to enjoy any time of the year. There is a TV, DVD and CD player to keep everyone entertained. There is a lovely first floor king size bedroom with charming beams and an en suite shower and WC, making this the perfect retreat for those planning a romantic break in the country. (Regret no children or babes in arms). Outside there is a good sized, enclosed garden with patio looking out over the fields. A super spot to enjoy some al fresco dining. There is also a BBQ, private parking for one car and bicycle storage available, to take advantage of the local trails.

Barn in Mid Wales 4

Aberystwyth, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £665 Availability

This peaceful barn retreat is located just a couple of miles outside of the village of Llanilar which has a convenient village shop, bar and restaurant. There are countryside and woodland walks to be had directly from the doorstep, walk along the nearby stream and keep an eye out for local birdlife. The popular seaside town of Aberystwyth can be reached within six miles where you will find a wealth of bars, restaurants and shops to choose from or take a walk along its promenade. Why not venture to Aberaeron, just 13 miles and enjoy a famous honey ice cream or delicious fish and chips and watch the boats or walk to the pebble beach. Only 20 miles away is the beautiful seaside resort of New Quay, the town has a variety of shops, eateries, a wildlife marine centre, two golden sandy beaches and a picturesque harbour. Enjoy boat trips offering dolphin watching and a range of water sports. Explore the Dylan Thomas trail and follow the footsteps of Wales best loved poet who once lived in the town. Walkers can join part of the coastal footpath, which covers over 60 miles with breath taking views. Or visit Wales' only silver mine visitor attraction, dramatic waterfalls, or take a trip on a steam train with the Vale of Rheidol Railway. As you enter the barn you are welcomed into a cosy, open plan, lounge/kitchen/diner. Light your very own wood burner in the evenings and curl up in the comfortable lounge which has ample seating and a Smart TV to watch your favourite programmes. The stylish kitchen is equipped with an electric oven, induction hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and a built in Quooker boiling water tap. You will also find a selection of crockery and cooking utensils so you can make the most of the space and whip up a light lunch or a delicious supper. There is a dining table for four provided. Enjoy your meals here or simply relax with a cup of coffee and plan your activities for the day. The shower room is also located on the ground floor with a shower and WC. Upstairs onto the first floor, you will find the both bedrooms nestled in the eaves. The first bedroom is a pleasant king size zip and link bedroom which on request can be made up as a twin room, with storage for clothes and room for your luggage. The second bedroom has a metal framed double bed and also benefits from storage for your clothing and belongings. Externally there is an enclosed garden to the front of the property laid to gravel with an area of lawn. Should you wish to dine al fresco, sit and enjoy at the patio table. The property is accessible via an uphill path with several steps from your allocated parking space on the private roadside.