If you are one of the many hundreds of thousands of people who are looking for Cottages to rent in Wales then you probably already know that your choice is vast and varied. Wales seems to have an abundance holiday cottages, barn conversions, apartments and farmhouses throughout the country.
If you want to climb a mountain, cuddle up in front of a log fire, discover the wild rugged coastline or all of these things are possible. If you prefer a quiet break or a more activity based holiday then staying in a lovely Welsh cottage could be the answer to your quest.
Did you know Wales as over 850 miles of coastline, which is now connected up by all Wales coastal path. A unique project that means you can now literally walk the entire Welsh coast from top to bottom and everywhere else in between.
The old romance of a cottage holiday in Wales, like the stolen moments when you feel like a local. The sound of nature as you walk through the countryside and then discover a hidden pub with some locals and local beer you have never heard of , let alone pronounce the name of it. Even just few days away can seem like a month away from the daily rush of modern life.
Wales can be basically sorted into 4 main regions- North Wales, Mid Wales, South West Wales or South East Wales. If you are already familiar with Wales then you will know they are all slightly different. If your preference is for wide open spaces with stunning mountains, rivers , valleys and lakes etc then you should head one of the National parks especially the Cambrian Mountains or Snowdonia would be a good starting point.
For coastal areas – it’s all good, all the way from Cardiff Bay, head towards the Vale of Glamorgan, carry on through to the Gower Peninsula. Heading further west Tenby, Solva, Litte Haven and then down to furthest West Wales at St Davids – before heading up the northeren coast until you eventually get to Anglessey. The whole coast area is dotted with small towns and villages with award winning beaches, there are rental cottages everywhere.
A cottage holiday in Wales brings with it the chance to let the usual daily worries just float away. Watching the ebb and flow of the tide and fishing boats going about their daily routine, discussing the days activities over a hot breakfast and warm cup whilst deciding what adventure awaits you today.
Whether you’re a family, groups of friends or a romantic couples looking for a little quiet space and time together there is a little something for everyone in Wales.