It’s difficult to succinctly describe the Welsh holiday experience as the country boasts an ever-changing natural landscape and abundance of outdoor activities. The mountains of Snowdonia National Park and the dramatic cliffs in Glamorgan Heritage Coast are a haven for hikers, while other thrill seekers enjoy the adrenaline rush of mountain biking in Swansea’s Afran Forest, rock climbing in the Brecon Beacons and surfing in Anglesey.
Here at pureholidayhomes.com we’ve brought together a diverse range of holiday homes and holiday cottages in Wales. Firstly in North Wales our holiday homes and holiday cottages in Snowdonia range from barn conversions in Gwynedd close to the Castle Town of Harlech. Further along the coast you can find a handful of spectacular holiday cottages in Anglesey, as well as our family holiday homes in Llandudno.
For something truly special many opt to stay in one of our secluded holiday cottages in the Wye Valley. Tucked away in a bend in the Wye River, and surrounded by several acres of private gardens, these holiday cottages are ideal for escaping the stresses of daily life. Alternatively our luxury waterfront apartments in Cardiff are just steps away from the main city attractions.
Two timber lodges close to the sea at Felindre near Porthgain in Pembs Coast National Park. Each lodge comfortably sleeps up to 4 people.
The Barn is located five miles north of the town of Brechfa and comfortably sleeps four in two bedrooms.
Stunning 5 star house and garden, perfect for large families, groups and couples alike, with privacy and views, in Carmarthenshire, Wales
Built in the 19th Century, Tyddyn Sydney Bach is a delightful garden studio cottage for two people set in a secluded garden.
The Cottage is fully renovated and set in the scattered, rural village of Llaneilian on the beautiful north coast of Anglesey.
Lothlorien is a four-star graded self-catering Welsh holiday home nestling below the mystical Black Mountain,30 mins from Gower Coast. WI-FI
Luxury , Romantic cottage for 2 ..with your own private hot tub with a spa area , sauna & Gym in Snowdonia national park.
Self-catering farm cottage with Spa in Snowdonia Gwynedd. Hot tub & sauna .
Two bed character cottage sleeps four and situated in a small Hamlet Village with a Public House, Park and Church,
Conwy Valley Cottages are six self-catering cottages refurbished Victorian farm buildings.
Llwyn Bedw is a splendid cottage with a comfortable sitting room with an open fire and patio door to a lawned private garden.
Plas Yw is a stone cottage within a cobbled courtyard cottage an ideal place to relax and enjoy the wide variety of things to do in the area
Plas Helyg is a beautiful 2 bedroom converted cottage with a private garden space and patio where you can enjoy picnic atmosphere.
Tressi Porffor is a 2 bedroom cottage that sleeps 5. It has an open log fire in the lounge, private garden and picnic bench along with BBQ.
Is y Coed is a recently totally refurbished cottage. It is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the wide variety of things to do in the area.
Bungalow with both groundfloor and first floor bedrooms and bathrooms located between the seaside town of Rhyl and Towyn, sleeps six.
Self contained luxury ground floor apartment with own private access
Because we never forget you have a choice
This superb detached property offers a fantastic games room, with breathtaking views and sleeps 6. Welsh Tourist Board 4**** rated.
The Dan-Y-Cwarre farmhouse is a beautiful 200 years old speacious six-bedroom property with stunning views in a unique and peaceful location
Afan Valley House is set in a beautiful location. It has four bedrooms and sleeps up to fourteen persons.
The Afan Valley Cottage is set in a stunning location. It has three bedrooms and sleeps up to eight persons.
Llys Tanwg is a beautiful seven bedroom house with wonderful views of Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonian Mountains.
Snowdon Cottage is a beautiful stone built cottage formally belonging to a quarryman from the Dinorwic Slate Quarry. Set in a quiet location
Snowdon House is situated in the Llanberis Pass, the most spectacular area of the Snowdonia National Park.