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Amroth Castle is the gateway to the great Pembrokeshire outdoors and the premier destination for your self-contained seaside holiday.
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Anglesey Lakeside Lodges

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Anglesey Lakeside Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection and enjoys a truly breath-taking location surrounded by the majestic countryside and tranquil rolling hills of Anglesey.
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These single storey beautifully appointed cottages are ideal for touring the spectacular West Wales peninsula, the Brecon Beacons, the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and the Millennium Coastal Park.
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Belan View Lodges

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Belan View Lodges consists of three bespoke luxury lodges, constructed and managed by the owners, situated on a working farm.
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Brecon Beacons Resort

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Brecon Beacons Resort is part of our exclusive Daisy Door Cottage style Collection, enviably set in a picturesque location in the heart of the majestic Brecon Beacons National Park.
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Bron Eifion Lodges

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Offering you a tranquil base for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park, these comfortable lodges and fishing lakes are perfect for a peaceful break at any time of year.
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Bryn Caled Cottages

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Bryn Caled Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, lovingly restored from former Welsh farm buildings to create two detached luxury cottages in a stunning location overlooking the picturesque village of Llanuwchllyn and the Aran Mountain.
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Nature-lovers: treat yourself to a holiday at the foothills of Snowdon in unrivalled, beautiful surroundings.
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Calvesland Hideaway is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, a stone’s throw from the stunning Pembrokeshire coast, surrounded by wild meadows, farmland and rolling hills.
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Set within a peaceful secluded valley, this ideally situated privately owned park is just 300 yards from award winning Poppit Sands beach.
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With its idyllic setting, the park affords guests the opportunity to bask in the beauty of South Wales’ natural landscape, where the sounds of the sea complement the serene vistas.
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Castle Pren Lodges

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Boasting panoramic countryside views from their idyllic setting on a working farm in glorious rural mid-Wales, this boutique collection of uniquely designed eco–friendly lodges are positioned to take full advantage of the views and offer a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
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Ceiriog Valley Apartments is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, nestling peacefully in the picturesque Glyn Ceiriog Valley and just a short drive from the market town of Llangollen.
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Celtic Escapes

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Celtic Escapes is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Clarach Bay Holiday Village

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Nestled in a truly magnificent coastal location with direct access to a sandy beach, Clarach Bay Holiday Village is the perfect place for families and couples seeking an action packed coastal escape.
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Wales Visitor's Guide

Wales, with its rugged coastlines, mountainous national parks, and Celtic culture, offers an unmatched escape into nature. Famous for its castles, such as the imposing Caernarfon and the picturesque Conwy, Wales also boasts a vibrant food scene. Think traditional Welsh cakes, rarebit, and freshly caught seafood. For those craving adventure, there's coasteering in Pembrokeshire, hiking in Snowdonia, or surfing at Llangennith Beach. If you're in search of a romantic retreat, a family holiday, or just a much-needed break with mates, opting for a lodge or cabin in Wales is the way to go. Uncover the magic of Wales, where every visit feels like a discovery.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Wales?

Considering a lodge break in 2024? Wales should be at the top of your list. This part of the UK is steeped in tales of dragons and castles, making every visit feel like stepping into a storybook. But it's not just the lore that makes Wales special. In 2024, Wales is introducing the Welsh Dragon Adventure Park, an amusement park blending history with thrill rides, projected to be a hit among tourists of all ages. Additionally, the National Eisteddfod of Wales, an annual festival celebrating Welsh culture and language, promises an immersive experience in the heart of Welsh heritage. TripAdvisor scores consistently praise Wales for its natural beauty and welcoming locals, often rating top attractions with 4.5 stars or higher.

Choosing a lodge over a hotel offers a more intimate connection with the Welsh landscape. Lodges often come with stunning views, private amenities, and the tranquility that only nature can provide. What makes Wales unique is its blend of rugged coastlines, lush valleys, and historical depth, perfect for explorers who prefer a serene retreat over city hustle.

If you're visiting Wales with kids

Absolutely, Wales is a fantastic area for kids! With its natural landscapes and family-friendly attractions, your little ones will have endless adventures. Head over to GreenWood Family Park (LL55 3AD), where eco-friendly rides and activities await. For a touch of history, King Arthur’s Labyrinth (SY20 9RF) offers an underground boat ride through storytelling caverns. Lodge breaks can be particularly beneficial for kids, providing spacious accommodations and the freedom to explore nature safely.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Rain jackets - the weather can be unpredictable
  3. Sunscreen and hats for sunny days out
  4. Swimwear for beach days or water parks
  5. Camera or binoculars for wildlife spotting

Taking your Pet?

Wales is incredibly pet-friendly, with many areas welcoming dogs with open arms. For dining out, The Dog & Duck in Barmouth (LL42 1EN) offers delicious meals in a cozy atmosphere where pets are treated as part of the family. Another great spot is The Lazy Trout in Abergele (LL22 8DH), known for its pet-friendly policy and scrumptious local cuisine. When visiting Wales with dogs, looking for lodges with enclosed gardens can provide peace of mind, allowing your pet to explore safely. Always bring your pet's favourite toys and bedding to make them feel at home.

Dog walking ideas in Wales

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Pembroke Coastal Path 186 (total) Coastline SA71 5LS
Snowdonia National Park Varies Mountains LL48 6LF
Brecon Beacons Waterfall Walk 4.5 Waterfalls SA11 5NR
Anglesey Coastal Path 130 (total) Island coast LL65 2YA
Gower Peninsula Circular 7 Beaches and cliffs SA3 1JD

These dog-friendly walks in Wales offer a variety of scenes from coastal vistas to mountainous terrains, ensuring that every walk is an adventure. By choosing routes with varying distances, you can find the perfect walk regardless of your dog's age or stamina. Remember, keeping your dog on a leash in certain areas, especially around livestock, is crucial for a safe and enjoyable outing.

Popular Counties within Wales

North Wales & Snowdonia

North Wales & Snowdonia

North Wales & Snowdonia is a paradise for adventurers and nature lovers alike. The region is famous for Snowdonia National Park, home to Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and England. Hiking, climbing, and zip-lining are popular activities here. Families can enjoy the GreenWood Family Park (LL55 3AD) or take a scenic ride on the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (LL48 6HF). The food scene offers hearty Welsh classics, with lamb dishes and Welsh rarebit being must-tries. Lodges in this area often boast stunning views and cosy fireplaces, perfect for a relaxing retreat. The annual Eisteddfod, a festival of Welsh culture and music, is not to be missed.

Mid Wales

Mid Wales

Mid Wales, with its rolling hills and serene landscapes, is a haven for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle. The area is known for the Elan Valley, a picturesque region with dams and reservoirs perfect for cycling and walking. Couples might enjoy a romantic boat ride on the Llyn Clywedog reservoir. Foodies can explore local farmers' markets, sampling artisan cheeses and Welsh cakes. Lodges in Mid Wales often feature hot tubs with views over the tranquil countryside. The Royal Welsh Show, held annually in Builth Wells, showcases the best of Welsh agriculture and crafts.

Anglesey

Anglesey

Anglesey is an island off the northwest coast of Wales, known for its beaches, ancient sites, and the town of Beaumaris with its medieval castle. It's a fantastic spot for families, offering beach days, boat trips to Puffin Island, and the Anglesey Sea Zoo (LL61 6TQ). The local food scene includes fresh seafood and the famous Anglesey sea salt. Lodges on Anglesey provide a peaceful base from which to explore the coastline or visit the annual Anglesey Agricultural Show, showcasing the island's farming heritage.

South Wales

South Wales

South Wales is dynamic, offering everything from bustling cities to breathtaking coastlines. Cardiff, the capital city, is a hub of Welsh culture, sports, and entertainment. Visitors can explore Cardiff Castle, catch a game at the Principality Stadium, or enjoy shopping and dining at Cardiff Bay. For thrill-seekers, the Barry Island Pleasure Park (CF62 5TR) offers fun rides. South Wales is also known for its Welsh cakes and laverbread, a local delicacy. Lodges in this region can range from coastal retreats to countryside hideaways, perfect for any getaway. The annual Brecon Jazz Festival is a highlight for music lovers.

Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire, known as the “Garden of Wales,” is famed for its lush landscapes and the National Botanic Garden of Wales (SA32 8HN). It's a great area for outdoor activities like walking in the Brechfa Forest or cycling along the Millennium Coastal Path. The food scene here is rich with farm-to-table dining experiences, offering dishes made from local produce. Lodges in Carmarthenshire often feature countryside views, making them a perfect retreat for both couples and families. The Llandeilo Festival of Senses in November offers a unique shopping and cultural experience.

Continuing in this manner, each county in Wales offers its own unique blend of activities, attractions, and culinary experiences, making it a diverse and exciting destination for all types of travellers. Whether you're looking for adventure in the mountains, relaxation by the sea, or cultural experiences in the cities, Wales has something special to offer.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cozy, home-from-home experience with stunning views of the Welsh countryside or coast. Many lodges come with luxury amenities like hot tubs and wood burners, perfect for unwinding after a day of exploring. It's all about comfort and privacy, with nature right on your doorstep.

What should I pack when visiting Wales?

Pack layers, as the weather can change quickly. Don't forget waterproofs for those unexpected showers and comfy walking shoes for exploring. Binoculars are a must for wildlife spotting, and if you're visiting lodges with hot tubs, swimwear is essential.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Wales offer on-site parking, often right next to your lodge for easy unloading. It's super convenient for day trips, meaning you can come and go as you please without worrying about finding a parking spot.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rainy days are perfect for exploring local attractions like the National Slate Museum or enjoying the facilities at your lodge. Many lodges come equipped with games, books, and sometimes even a log fire, making for a cozy day in.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Yes, many local eateries and supermarkets offer delivery services to lodges in Wales. Some lodges even have partnerships with local food producers to deliver fresh, local ingredients right to your door, perfect for a night in.

Is Wales a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely, Wales is stunning in the off-season. Think quiet, scenic walks, cozy pubs with roaring fires, and lower prices. Plus, lodges often come with heating and hot tubs, making them a snug retreat no matter the weather.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Definitely. Lodges with hot tubs ensure they are thoroughly cleaned and water quality tested before each new arrival. It's all part of making sure you have a relaxing and safe experience.

Are there any child-friendly activities nearby?

Wales is packed with family adventures. From Zip World for thrill-seekers to the more sedate Greenwood Family Park, there's something for every age. Plus, many lodges are located close to beaches and national parks, ideal for outdoor family fun.

Can I bring my dog to the lodge?

Many lodges in Wales are dog-friendly, welcoming your furry friends with open arms. It's always best to check in advance, but expect walks right from your doorstep and plenty of dog-friendly pubs and cafes to explore together.

What's the best way to explore the local area?

Hiring a bike or bringing your own is a great shout. Many lodges are nestled in or near stunning landscapes perfect for cycling. For something more leisurely, local walking tours can immerse you in the history and beauty of the Welsh countryside.