Hotels in Wales

With its expansive valleys, rolling hills, imposing mountains, beautiful beaches, stunning coastlines, cool castles and industrial heritage, there’s no shortage of things to see, do and fall in love with in Wales. Whether you want to kick back and relax, get involved in exhilarating sports, go wildlife spotting or have a weekend city break in Cardiff, our Wales hotels will be on standby to help make your trip to Cymru a memorable one. 

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Welsh hotels

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What to do in Wales

The capital of Wales is perfect weekend break material. Enjoy the elegant waterside setting of Cardiff Bay with its shops, bars and restaurants. Journey through space and time at the official BBC Doctor Who Experience. Watch international rugby, football or a sell-out concert at the impressive Millennium Stadium. View all hotels in Cardiff.

Snowdonia National Park
Taking in nine mountain ranges, miles of coastland and, of course, the highest mountain in England and Wales, Snowdon, Snowdonia National Park offers a wonderfully varied landscape and an equally diverse range activities - from the relaxing to the pulse-racing.

Brecon Beacons National Park
Prepare to be amazed by the natural beauty of Brecon Beacons National Park. There are plenty of walking routes to choose from as well as historic buildings, ancient monuments and settlements. Keep you’re eyes peeled for free-roaming Welsh Mountain Ponies.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Expect jaw-dropping coastal views at each and every turn of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Joining St Dogmaels and Amroth, it covers 186 miles of cliffs, sandstone bays, volcanic headlands, beaches and more. Explore our hotels in Pembrokeshire

In Swansea, you get the best of both worlds: a vibrant city and a lovely seaside retreat. It’s a great base for exploring the south-west corner of Wales plus there are lots of top-class shops, urban green spaces and a lively nightlife. The fashionable Mumbles is not to be missed.


Welsh History

Explore the county town of Carmarthen and immerse yourself in Welsh history at Carmarthen Castle or the Carmarthen Museum, where the highlight is 'Merlin’s Oak,' believed to be the last existing piece of the tree that once marked the birthplace of the legendary magician.

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