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Mountains to get lost in; valleys to walk through; beaches to build sandcastles on. Wales is diverse and inviting. Boasting three national parks Snowdonia, Pembrokeshire and the Brecon Beacons and some glorious beaches. Stay on a farm, in a yurt or in a log cabin or simply camp to make the most of the outdoors.

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Milkwood, A lovely Three-bedroomed chalet, sleeps five 5

Llangain, Carmarthenshire, Wales

Milkwood, A lovely Three-bedroomed chalet, sleeps five From £651 Availability

A delightful home-from-home, self-catering cedarwood chalet on a quiet site .For children, there is a play area.
The site also has stunning views of the Towy Valley and surrounding countryside.
The chalet consists of a lounge, kitchen-diner, bathroom, with a combined bath & shower. Three bedrooms, one with a double bed, one with bunk beds (adult size) and a room with a single bed.
Television with satellite freeview, DVD player plus a music hi-fi.
Duvets and pillows are provided, but please bring your own bed linen and towels, or we can provide linen at an additional cost of £45
If required, the site has a laundry facility, opposite the chalet.

Elmrise Park is situated four miles from Carmarthen Town on the Towy Estuary, close to the seaside village of Llansteffan. It is well located for a wide range of fantastic visitor attractions in the region, including:

* The National Botanic Gardens of Wales
* The seaside resort of Tenby
* Laugharne and writer Dylan Thomas' Boathouse
* Pembrey Park
* Llanelli National Coastal Park
* Penclacwydd Wildfowl Reserve
* Folly Farm and Oakwood Leisure Park
* Pendine Sands
' Saundersfoot and Wiseman's Bridge

Locally, attractions include Llansteffan Beach ( great for playing on , not suitable for swimming in due to strong currents ) and Scott's Bay, Llansteffan Castle and woodland and hill walks.
In the village of Llansteffan, there are several pub-restaurants, a shop, post office and beach shop.
The nearby village of Johnstown has a Spar shop and in Carmarthen, there is a thriving shopping centre, with an indoor market, street market, local independent shops and high street stores and a large 24-hour Tesco store.

Located in Carmarthen, this chalet is in a rural area and by the sea. Carmarthen Heritage Centre and Carmarthenshire County Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include Carmarthen Castle and Laugharne Castle. Traveling with kids? Consider National Botanic Garden of Wales, or check out an event or a game at Morfa Bay Adventure. Rafting and sailing offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with hiking/biking trails and cycling nearby. Guests love the chalet's quiet location.

Mill Cabin Denant 2

Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Mill Cabin Denant From £316 Availability

Cosy, country cabin near coast and Haverfordwest. Open plan living. Deck and large garden. Dog friendly. Walk to pub along country lanes.

Modern Holiday Home a Few Minutes Walk from Beautiful Beach. 5

Freshwater East, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Modern Holiday Home a Few Minutes Walk from Beautiful Beach. From £539 Availability

The property is a modern terraced holiday home situated on Freshwater Bay Holiday Park. The beach is only a five minute walk away.
There are two bedrooms, a double and the second with bunk beds. The bathroom has a walk in electric shower only. There is a lounge/ dining room with adjoining kitchen. All Electricity and heating are included. There is free WiFi and we have extended our personal Net Flix account so our guests can enjoy an inexhaustible choice of films during their holiday.
The chalet is our holiday home as well and we love it and the area. As we spend a lot of time there ourselves, we are able to trouble shoot and put right any faults, damage etc. Our reviews always say how well equipped and comfortable the chalet is. I believe this is because it is also our home which we enjoy sharing with our guests.
The Beautiful secluded beach of Freshwater East boasts a half mile stretch of safe, clean sand and is only a five minute walk away from the chalet.
The Longhouse Pub/ Restaurant caters for lunch and dinner, cafe type food, takeouts, parties, and functions. There are events all year round and it has a warm, friendly environment with enthusiastic and helpful staff.
There is a small shop which caters for everyday essentials.
The Longhouse also hires out Wet suits, Kayaks and Stand up Paddle Boards. There is free WiFi and Sky Sports.
The team at The Longhouse also teach diving at certain times of the year. Customers will need to check directly with The Longhouse to see when this is available and if they can book.
The beach allows barbecues. It is amazing to take a disposable barbecue down to the beach in the evening and cook your meal. Some people fish and cook their freshly caught fish on the beach.
The Pembrokeshire Way runs from both ends of the beach. This provides miles and miles of walks along the cliffs with breathtaking scenery along the way.
The Coastal Cruiser drives around the coast during the summer season, picking up and dropping people off along the coast. This enables walkers to walk a different part of the Coastal Path every day.
We believe Freshwater East provides a fantastic family holiday, one that will always be treasured for the memories and good times had by all.

Located in Pembroke, this chalet is near the beach. Pembroke Castle and Dinosaur Park are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Manor House Zoo and Milford Haven Heritage & Maritime Museum. Blue Lagoon Water Park and Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with scuba diving and snorkeling nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with hiking and horse riding.

Mongolian Yurt with Log Cabin Kitchen/Bathroom in Berwyn Mounta 7

Corwen, Clwyd, Wales

Mongolian Yurt with Log Cabin Kitchen/Bathroom in Berwyn Mounta From £525 Availability

Ty Crwn Mawr is an authentic Mongolian yurt with log cabin kitchen/dining room/shower/toilet located high in Cynwyd forest in the beautiful Berwyn mountains in North Wales on our off grid eco property.

Dee Valley AONB on the doorstep, Snowdonia National Park nearby.

Deep peace & tranquility, stunning skies and views, no light pollution. Abundant wildlife, nature and trees.

Delicious unspoilt mountain spring water. Special, loving and healing vibe.

Pets welcome.

Experience life 'off-grid' glamping!

Ty Crwn Mawr is a very comfortable yurt with spectacular views which can easily accommodate seven people. It has a king size bed and six single futon beds which double up as chairs/sofas. It is beautifully furnished with lovely linens, wall hangings, rugs and fairy lights creating a warm and magical space.

Right next to the yurt is a small shed containing a compost toilet and hot shower, with a small covered kitchenette (with gas hob, sink and hot tap) attached to it.

There is a secluded seating area and fire pit/BBQ to the south of the yurt. Cast iron cookware for the fire pit is provided.

There is a wood burning stove in the yurt which heats up the space very quickly. A basket of logs, some firelighters and kindling are provided. Further logs are available on request for £5 a basket. Firelighters and kindling are also available.

All pots/pans, crockery and cutlery, mugs and glasses are provided. We simply ask that you wash them before you leave and after each meal if other guests are in the smaller yurt. Dishclothes, tea towels, hand towels are provided. Bath/shower Towels are not provided. Please bring your own with you. Bedsheets, duvets and pillows are provided but feel free to bring extra with you.

The yurt is light and airy with a clear round window in the roof and a north facing door to help keep things cool on sunny days and hot summer nights. The floor and walls are insulated so it's toasty even in the coldest of winters.

Our other smaller yurt is situated about 30m away but screened by trees/bushes and with its own seating area, fire pit etc. You’ll be hard pressed to remember it’s even there! The smaller yurt accommodates four more guests, and is available if you would like to have a larger group come to stay. Exclusive use of the whole site is possible if you want complete privacy. There would be extra costs associated with arranging this. Please see https://www.homeaway.co.uk/p1847835 and contact us for further information.

In keeping with the ethos of our home, we have tried to use reclaimed/recycled/up cycled materials wherever possible.

There are standard electrical sockets in the yurt including USB charging points and low energy lighting there and in the bathroom/kitchen which all run off renewable energy sources. So by staying in Ty Crwn Mawr you will be doing your bit to reduce pollution and carbon emissions.

If you need assistance with anything just ask. We are here to help and glad to do so. :-)

Greener Camping Club Membership:
In order to comply with countryside planning policy, we operate as a Greener Camping Club members only campsite. The club was established by people with a passion for sustainable, eco-friendly camping holidays. Membership costs just £10 for the calendar year and provides access to some of the greenest campsites in the UK. It also includes participation in the Club's 'Trees for Life' scheme, whereby a tree is planted for every Member we enrol. When you book, we will automatically enroll you as a member of the Greener Camping Club. The cost of this non-optional membership will be covered in the booking charges as the 'GCC Membership Fee'. If you are already a GCC member then please let us know after booking and we will refund the £10 membership charge after you check out. When booking you agree to provide us with your full name and email address in order that we can enroll you as a GCC member. We’ll issue your membership e-card by email before you check-in. If you do not provide your full name and email address within 48 hours of booking and at least 7 days before check-in, then we reserve the right to refuse you entry to the campsite with no refund. Please note that if you cancel your booking, the £10 Greener Camping Club membership fee is not refundable.

Located in Corwen, this cabin is in a rural area and in the mountains. Eryri National Park and Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Caerau Uchaf Gardens and Llangollen Scenic Railway.

Moon Pod 2

Stackpole, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Moon Pod From £910 Availability

Moon Pod is a luxury wooden haven on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast, loaded with all the best amenities from underfloor heating to a tv. It is the ideal escape for those who enjoy the added luxuries while in the countryside.

Morlo 2

Milford Marina, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Morlo From £770 Availability

Overlooking the boats and sea birds of Milford Haven waterfront, these amazing floating cabin (floatels) are a luxurious and spectacular addition to the flourishing market-town marina. The burgeoning waterfront community is a blossoming hive of activity, with boutique shops, museums, art galleries and some of Pembrokeshire's best restaurants all located here. The beautiful Floatels sit magically in a quiet corner of the waterway with tranquil views across the yachts and calm turquoise sea.

Mountain Coach House 8

Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Wales

Mountain Coach House From £1124 Availability

Aside from the manor house, Mountain Coach House is the largest accommodation on the astonishing Pontardawe Country Estate. With four bedrooms in total, this fantastic nineteenth century Georgian coach house sleeps up to eight guests. It is comprised of two neighbouring holiday cottages, interconnected to create one large, four bedroomed holiday home. Mountain Coach House sits alongside a picturesque mountain stream alive with wild trout, dippers and grey wagtails and edged with bluebells, daffodils, rhododendrons and hazel trees growing wild. The river runs through the estate on its way to Swansea Bay. The views from the back doors of the coach house are of the stream, a pretty bridge, weeping ash, flowering rhododendron and traditional farmyard buildings. Being two adjoining cottages, Mountain Coach House enjoys two of almost everything, except for the welcome, indulgent hot tub in the garden. This superb, characterful property is ideal for groups of friends or a large family wanting to enjoy a unique holiday experience. Once you have stayed on the Pontardawe Country Estate, you will understand why families return over and over again!

As well as pretty gardens and the hot tub, Mountain Coach House enjoys a four poster bed in one of the bedrooms, a wood burning stove and lots of wonderful images of how the property was in time gone by. The fabulous one hundred and twenty acre Pontardawe Country Estate sits in the ancient hamlet of Cilybebyll, surrounded by beautiful rolling Welsh countryside. The historic estate boasts links to the descendants of Welsh Kings, Arthurian legend, tales of the Mabinogion, the Norman invasion, the Earls of Pembrokeshire, Winston Churchill’s secret army, eighteenth century prisons, Charles II, the tea plantations of Ceylon, coal mining, the Industrial Revolution and much more. A World War II hideout, used by Churchill’s Secret Army was found in the estate’s private bluebell woodland and gained recognition as a Scheduled Ancient Monument of national importance. In addition to its superb grounds, the Pontardawe Estate boasts the gorgeous manor house, Pontardawe Country House, as well as a number of other holiday cottages that Oliver’s Travels also feature. Guests can book each of these individually or for a special celebration, you may want to consider booking a selection of the cottages with or without the manor house. Guests staying at the cottages are free to roam the estate, enjoying the beautiful natural scenery and its amazing wildlife. The estate is brimming with woodland walks, farm trails, green fields, bluebell woods, rivers and stunning picnic spots. When you have had enough you can head to the splendid Brecon Beacons, the Gower Peninsula, museums and numerous delightful towns and villages. A shop, post office and pub can be found in the charming village of Rhos one mile away and the 24 hour supermarket is in Pontardawe, two miles away.

Mountain Coach House lies at the end of a long tree lined drive and forms part of the estate courtyard. It is dog friendly so you can take your well-behaved furry friend along to enjoy this special place. Mountain Coach House is bright and airy yet cosy and very comforting. It offers a very warm and inviting ambience. The bedrooms all enjoy fabulous views, either of the French Chateau-like manor house or the giant beech trees that give way to sheep grazing in the parkland or the soothing river, abundant with wildlife. Downstairs there are two warm and cosy living rooms, two country kitchens and two toilets. As well as modern amenities the coach house offers many enchanting nods to the past. The white archway and circle that adorn the property are telling signs to its past life. You can feel the history in this lovely property. The living rooms are very cosy with comfy sofas, chairs, televisions with plenty of channels, glowing stoves and delightful colour palettes. They are wonderful rooms to nestle down in, enjoy your holiday books, enjoy family games or to peruse the excellent guest information booklets to decide how to spend your holiday week. If children are tired after a busy hiking or beach day, they can watch a movie in one room while the adults chill in the other. Upstairs, guests enjoy two master bedrooms, two twin bedrooms and two bathrooms, all enjoying wonderful character and splendid views.

The gardens are delightful, especially with the hot tub sitting centre stage on a Gwrhyd sandstone patio, a beautiful local stone valued for its fossilized ripple patterns that formed in a tropical lagoon many millions of years ago. There is plenty of room for alfresco dining. Guests enjoy the tranquility of this beautiful location, only interrupted by birdsong and the soothing sounds of the babbling brook.

Mountain Coach House offers a unique holiday experience that families and friends can enjoy together while exploring this magical region and the estate’s fabulous acres.

Mountain Coach House enjoys a fabulous position on the one hundred and twenty acre Pontardawe Country Estate in the tranquil hamlet of Cilybebyll, close to the village of Pontardawe. The estate is full of forests, rivers, bluebell woods, sprawling fields, bird nesting boxes, beautiful picnic spots, a stately manor house and other holiday cottages. It is the perfect rural retreat between the Gower Peninsula and the Brecon Beacons National Park. The estate courtyard where many of the cottages are located is bounded by the upper reaches of the picturesque River Clydach and on the other side by green parkland pastures grazed by sheep and cows. The high hills of blue pennant sandstone provide the backdrop to an idyllic and tranquil scene. Mountain Coach House enjoys a fabulous spot where you can dine alfresco watching the lambs and enjoy fabulous sunsets over the parkland. Guests booking Mountain Coach House are free to roam the estate including its award winning bluebell woodland. The estate’s farm walk is a circular walk for guests which meanders from the doorstep of Parkland Cottage towards the summit of Mynydd Marchywel and back. En route, guests follow mountain streams, climb over stiles, explore the bluebell woods and traverse lazy green fields. On a clear day, the panoramic vistas include the Swansea Valley, Swansea Bay, the Bristol Channel and the Brecon Beacons National Park. The cottage is an excellent base for those that want to explore the landscapes by bike. The Afan Forest and Bike Park Wales are easily accessible. There is a golf course close by for golf fans and the supermarket in Pontardawe is open 24 hours for those late night emergencies. There is also a village pub within walking distance.

The beautiful Swansea Bay coastline and the Gower Peninsula with its idyllic secret coves in and glorious stretches of fine sand is just twenty minutes drive away. You should not miss a trip to the iconic, award winning Rhossili Bay with its dramatic, panoramic views and excellent hiking paths. Rhossili has been described as ‘The supermodel of British beaches’ by The Independent and has won numerous accolades from UK Travel Writers including the best spot for a picnic. The Times listed the beach as ‘The UK’s No.1 dog friendly beach’ so if you do have your furry friend with you, you should definitely go. At low tide the beach is enormous and it is possible to walk across to Llangennith or even to the Worms Head. It is steep to walk down to the beach so it is not suitable for pushchairs or visitors with mobility issues.

The Victorian seaside village of Mumbles with its promenade, shops and restaurants is worth a visit and for those that want to stay outdoors, the National Showcaves of Wales and the Vale of Neath’s spectacular waterfalls are nearby. Guests enjoy visits to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the Glamorganshire Heritage Coast, both less than half an hour away.

Mumbles was one of Dylan Thomas’ many stamping grounds and is the home of some world class ice cream. Mumbles is steeped in history with its lighthouse being built in 1794. It also boasts a Victorian pier and Oystermouth Castle which sits on the hilltop overlooking the sea. There are lovely boutique shops and galleries including the gorgeous Lovespoon Gallery and the Gower Gallery. No visit to Mumbles would be complete without sampling some ‘fresh off the boat’ seafood, its handmade chocolates and its fantastic ice creams.

Mountain View 2

Rhayader, Glamorgan, Wales

Mountain View From £367 Availability

Mountain View is a unique log cabin set just outside of Rhayader in Powys. It comes with studio accommodation with a double bed and a sofa bed, as well as a shower room, the property can sleep up to four people. The interior also comes with an open-plan living area comprising of a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area. To the outside you will find off road parking and a garden with a lawn and a patio with a hot tub. Mountain View is an original lodge in a peaceful rural location.

Mountain View 6

Rhayader, Powys, Wales

Mountain View From £427 Availability

Mountain View is a detached lodge resting in Rhayader in Wales on Oakwood Lodge Park. Hosting three bedrooms; one double with an en-suite shower room, and two twin rooms, along with a shower room, this property can sleep up to six guests. An open-plan living space holds the kitchen, dining area and sitting area, while outside there is a decked veranda with seating and a hot tub, as well as off-road parking. Mountain View is a wonderful property offering a scenic spot to enjoy Wales.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, pet friendly, country holiday cottage in Rhayade 2

Rhayader, Glamorgan, Wales

MOUNTAIN VIEW, pet friendly, country holiday cottage in Rhayade From £777 Availability

A contemporary log cabin set on the outskirts of Rhayader in Mid Wales, sleeping two or four people in one bedroom.

Mountain View is a unique log cabin set just outside of Rhayader in Powys. It comes with studio accommodation with a double bed and a sofa bed, as well as a shower room, the property can sleep up to four people. The interior also comes with an open-plan living area comprising of a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area. To the outside you will find off road parking and a garden with a lawn and a patio with a hot tub. Mountain View is an original lodge in a peaceful rural location.

Amenities: Solar central heating. Electric 2 ring hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFi. Fuel and power included in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lockable bike storage. Lawn and patio with hot tub. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 2 miles. Note: This property is on a working farm. Note: This property has a £250 Good Housekeeping Bond

Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.

Town: Rhayader is a market town with tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and shops. The Elan Valley offers walks and cycle trails, as well as a visitor’s centre with café and children's play area. Known as the 'Wildlife Centre of Wales', with its nature reserves. Visit Builth Wells, hosting the Spring Festival, Royal Welsh Agricultural Show and Winter Fair. A 34 mile drive will take you to the Welsh coast.

Located in Rhayader, this cabin is in a rural area. Gilfach Nature Reserve and Elan Valley reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Gigrin Farm Red Kite Feeding Centre and Royal Welsh Showground. Practice your golf swing on a nearby course, or enjoy other activities in the great outdoors, such as cycling and hiking/biking trails in the area.

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