Wales and log cabins is a perfect mix, Wales has three very different national parks, starting in the north with the drama of Snowdonia. Easily accessible by the North Wales expres way along the coast, you can even go up Snowdon without much effort on the train. Victorian Llandudno is on your doorstep, while the wild Llyn peninsula lies further west. To the south the park extends to Barmouth and almost to Aberdovey.
In the deep Southwest of Wales lies the Pembrokeshire national park, featuring a highly memorable coastal path. Spring is the perfect time to explore, when the cliff edges are lined with pink thrift flowers. Pembrokeshire also plays host to the tiny city of St. Davids, while Pembroke itself, like nearby Fishguard, offer ferries to Ireland.
Central Wales is very rural indeed, with no motorways or cities. The star scenery is The Brecon Beacons, with the rugged challenge that appeals to students on the Duje of Edinburgh programme. For a spectacular walk on level ground the Brecon to Abergavenney canal is a little-known wonder, winding gently through the peaks. Wales has the added virtue of shorter travel times than Scotland from the South of England. Whatever feature of Wales appeals, We have log cabins across the country.