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A guide to self-catering in Wales

Wales is a beautiful location with some great city, country and coastal holidays. One of the best and budget-friendly ways to enjoy it, is to book a self-catering holiday. There are many options and here are a few of them to get you inspired.

Holidays in Wales

Wales is often overlooked as a holiday destination but has some great scenery, beaches and culture. If you want to get away from it all, then you can get lost in its wilderness or soak up some culture in Cardiff, its capital. Cottage breaks Probably, the most well-loved type of self-catering holiday is to book a Welsh cottage. You can find them in some cottages in Wales in some great rural locations, by wild beaches or in convenient places to explore Snowdon National Park. Coastal cottages It can be a bit of a trek to visit the Welsh coast but is well worth the effort. If you want to get away from it all and enjoy some great beaches, then a coastal cottage is perfect for all the family. City breaks Don't forget the cities, as self-catering accommodation is a budget-friendly way to see Cardiff. With its stadium, castle and nightlife, there is a lot to keep you occupied.

Booking self-catering in Wales

Wales breaks are a great alternative holiday in the UK and there are plenty of vacation homes to choose from. Booking online Many people book their holidays on the internet nowadays and it is easy to book a holiday in Wales online. It is also a great way to compare prices and see what is available. Booking direct Some self-catering accommodation can only be booked directly, especially for private landlords. Speak to tourist boards and friends to get recommendations and make sure that you feel happy with their credentials. Why self-catering? Choosing self-catering in Wales for your holiday gives you the freedom to explore different holiday locations. It is cheaper than choosing a hotel, but better in the Welsh weather than opting to stay in a tent. You can stay on farms, in cities, by the sea or far out in the rural countryside, so there is a choice for everyone.

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