Holidays Lodges to let in Wales
We have 7 Holiday Lodges in Wales. Here are just a few of the fantastic holiday lodges in Wales. To find lodges, chalets and bungalows in a specific area just use the Area Links to the right.
Bryn Thomas Lodges
Bryn Thomas Lodges in Llandrindod Wells,
Powys. This welcoming and newly refurbished farmhouse, with its own blissful hot tub, offers wonderful views, in a quiet but convenient rural setting on a working farm. There is informal fishing free of charge by arrangement with the friendly owners and for more serious fishing the beautiful Elan Valley, with its stunning reservoirs, is the areas main attraction, and there is the River Wye and Llyngwyn Lake. The area is also a wonderful location for mountain biking, bird watching and walking. Choose to walk the Glyndwr's Way, Cistercian Way or on Offa's Dyke.
Hafan Y Mor Holiday Park
Hafan Y Mor Holiday Park in Pwllheli,
Gwynedd. This flagship Haven Park just got even better! When looking for a Park perfect for active families, look no further. The superb Adventure Golf and thrilling large indoor pool complex makes Hafan y Mor ideal, and with everything from boating to the RopeWorks challenge there's not much more you could wish for!
Cwm Derw Cottage
Cwm Derw Cottage in Llanafan Fawr,
Powys. Peacefully situated amidst beautiful, unspoilt countryside, the rural village of Llanfan Fawr is home to an old church and Powys' oldest pub, The Red Lion, which serves fine, traditional fare.
Alpine Lodge in Abergele,
Conwy. Beautifully positioned between the remarkable Vale of Clwyd and the outstanding Conwy Valley, the tranquil village of Rhyd-y-Foel is just one mile from amazing sandy beaches that link the well-known coastal resorts of Abergele and Colwyn Bay. With wide, expansive beaches, the area is renowned for offering safe bathing waters and exceptional water-sports facilities. There is also a great number of walking trails, including the Offa's Dyke pathway and the Clwydian Hill Range. Bodelwyddan, Rhuddlan and Conwy castles are all within easy distance and are worth visiting, as is the Victorian town of Llandudno for its quality shops, restaurants, fantastic dry ski slope and exciting cable car rides. With so much to see and do in the local area, visitors to Rhyd-y-Foel will be spoiled for choice.
Rivers Nest in Bala,
Gwynedd. The area to the east of Snowdonia, bordering the English county of Shropshire, is one of Wales' best kept secrets. Wonderful countryside, wooded hills, tranquil valleys and the Berwyn Mountains offer tremendous scope for walking, cycling, climbing and birdwatching, and a fantastic base in this area is the village of Llangynog. Llangynog has two pubs which serve food, and is within easy reach of both Bala, with its famous lake and waterports facilities, and Lake Vyrnwy, a renowned beauty spot with the added bonus of good fishing. Mid and north Wales, and the rolling Shropshire countryside are all within an easy drive.
Oak Lodge in Tenby,
Pembrokeshire. Narberth is a great base for enjoying Pembrokeshire and has plenty of interesting shops, tearooms and eateries, while at night the many pubs, and live music at the Queens Hall means Tenby is a good destination as well. Close by are the seaside resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby, while the quiet unspoilt beaches at Barafundle and Broad Haven are idyllic all year round.
Garden Cottage in Trefeglwys,
Powys. Surrounded by superb countryside, the attractive village of Trefeglwys provides a wide range of local amenities and activities.
With a village shop and pub as well as facilities for walking, cycling, fishing, bird watching, kite feeding and clay pigeon shooting, this charming rural settlement has everything a visitor could possibly need for a relaxing holiday away from the hustle and bustle of city life.