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Rentals and Holiday Homes in Wales – a Small Nation with a Big Heart
Wales is a small nation with lots of possibilities for adventurous activities and an all-round fantastic time. Discover picturesque castles, diverse national parks and the famous Wales Coast Path along the west coast. Fascinating landscapes and cultural landmarks as well as unique events are found here: In the north, Wales’ highest peak of Mount. Snowdon is found in the stunning Snowdonia national park with the picturesque Isle of Anglesey found further north west with its stunning sandy beaches, majestic cliffs and cosy bays.
Wales is home to many outstanding valleys and landscapes throughout, featuring the Brecon Beacons in the centre and a south with rolling hills, fantastic beaches and ragged cliffs – the lively cities of Swansea and Cardiff are found on the south coast, both offering many great landmarks to see, activities to do and nightlife to experience. With a variety of stunning cottages and holiday homes located throughout the nation, there has never been a better time to discover the true Wales for yourself!
Discover your own side to Wales with Cottages, Holiday Homes and Holiday Homes throughout
Wales was chosen as the best travel destination worldwide by Rough Guide in 2014. A few aspects which contribute to this achievement are the breath-taking mountainous areas, valleys and castles which are found here. Wherever cottages and holiday homes lie throughout Wales, one of Wales’ 600 castles from the previous thousand years certainly won’t lie far away - Wales calls itself home to rich culture which should not be missed out on! With great cultural aspects, phenomenal landscapes and a staggering coastline, Wales has much to offer for every kind of holiday maker. The nation caters for some of the best walking trails and mountains throughout the entire UK and fantastic road as well as off road biking possibilities.
Wales also features a stunning west coast with long sandy beaches, picturesque bays and staggering cliffs. This area in summer caters well for family friendly beach holidays, and as Wales lies within the UK, why not bring your dog along! The Cefan Sidan Beach in Carmarthenshire is a typical example of a Welsh beach with its 8 mile length of sand, sea and sun. When it comes to cuisine, Wales certainly does not disappoint. Wales is home to various traditional produces, many farmers’ markets and award winning restaurants – renowned is great lamb, laverbread, as well as delicious Welsh cakes. Book a cottage with a close proximity to one of Wales’ fine restaurants and cafes!
Top 5 Travel Tips for Wales – Holidu shows you the most stunning Cottages and Holiday Homes of this Nation
1. South-Wales is famous for its distinctive Welsh culture, values and sport. The capital of Cardiff is located here and South Wales is known for its first class shopping possibilities as well as the large variety of museums and golf courses. Gourmet Restaurants await in the Monmouthshire Region, with courses you are unlikely to forget in a hurry.
2. North-Wales, whilst culturally independent compared to the south, displays Welsh culture in its own unique way and calls itself home to many castles, mountains and many local Welsh speakers. The landscape is defined by magnificent rivers, lakes and fine sandy beaches as well as waterfalls in the breath-taking Snowdonia National Park, where the best walking trails and views Wales has to offer are found.
3. The undisturbed coastal areas of the Ceredigion Region and the lush green hills of the Powys Region make Mid-Wales a fantastic holiday destination. Horse riding, walking and bike tours allows you to discover pure Welsh nature from the Brecon Beacons to the picturesque hills in Llanidloes.
4.Cardiff, Wales‘ capital city offers spectacular shopping, fascinating museums and restaurants of the finest quality as well as unique cultural hotspots. Visit the spectacular Millennium Stadium, home to Welsh Rugby, the National Museum or the impressive Cardiff Castle. All landmarks are easily accessible by foot in the town centre and the bay awaits with spectacular views of the sea. Cardiff is truly a great mix between modern facilities and magnificent surrounding landscapes.
5. The picturesque town of Tenby contains stunning beaches and a well sustained historic town wall, well renowned throughout the UK. The town features cosy pubs and restaurants with various cottages and holiday homes dotted throughout which can be found with Holidu.
Discover Cosy Cottages and Great Holiday Homes with Holidu from the Isle of Anglesey to Cardiff
Whether you are after a walking excursion with some staggering views in the Snowdonia National Park, a thrilling activities holiday featuring kayaking, canoeing and cycling or want to discover a vibrant city – Wales has a lot of diverse options available for a great holiday to please every holiday maker. Holidu displays you the diverse range of cottages,
holiday homes and holiday homes. With Holidu’s user friendliness and ease of use, determine how many rooms you require for your accommodation, a TV, a dishwasher, Internet access, pet friendly facilities, child friendly facilities and many more. Find your dream accommodation and complete your dream Welsh break. Book online today with Holidu!
FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Wales
What was the average price for a holiday rental in Wales in 2020, the first year impacted by the corona crisis?
By looking at its annual average price of €153.62, Wales is not a region that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in the United Kingdom.
When are holiday homes cheaper in Wales?
According to our most recent historical data, the months at the lowest possible cost in Wales are March, January, and February, with average prices of €128.88, €136.71 and €138.16, respectively.
When does the price of holiday rentals in Wales go up the most?
When it comes to renting a holiday home in Wales, the highest prices are found in the month of December (with an average of €174.25 per night), followed by August (€166.19), and November (€165.98).
Is Wales a good location for a last-minute getaway?
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Wales, as only 27% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
Which months offer the highest availability?
The months that have the highest availability, on average, are January (with an availability of 51%) November (46.75%), and December (42%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
When are there fewer rental options available in Wales?
The months with the lowest properties available in Wales are, in order, August, September and July, with respective average availability figures of 2.6%, 5%, and 6.25%, based on data collected in 2020.
How many holiday rentals are there in Wales?
We have grouped together the properties from 28 different providers in Wales, so we can provide you with around 11000 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!