Wales

Log cabin holidays in Wales offer a truly beautiful place to stay. Comprising wonderful beaches, majestic mountains and lush green countryside. Whichever part of Wales you decide to visit, you will find plenty to see and do, whatever your taste. Wander around the local towns and villages, drop in at a welcoming hostelry or two for a drink or just relax and soak up the atmosphere. All are good and you will find plenty of variety in the many different parts of Wales.

You may find yourself sauntering through the countryside in Mid Wales, splashing around on the stunning beaches in North Wales or even exploring the historical sites and heritage haunts in South Wales. All have a mix of scenery, made perfect by the natural beauty of the area.

Unspoilt, verdant and magnetically engaging, Wales is a place that beckons and bewitches. Get ready to be captivated by the many mountains, seascapes and rich pastures.Read More

In Mid Wales you will find wonderfully green and flourishing parks, giving the whole family space to walk, talk, chill and chat. One of the top places to visit in Mid Wales is the Brecon Beacons which is a huge space with loads of places to explore and discover. If you want to slow the pace a little after park trekking, then you may wish to drop in at some of the unique villages and towns, all of which have much to offer in the way of shops, local pubs and glorious places to feast on fine food. Abergavenny and Hay on Wye are popular spots.

Think North Wales and think Mount Snowdon, the awesome and inspiring huge colossus that is as fascinating as it is breath-taking, particularly if you hop on board the Snowdon Mountain Railway which will take you to the peak whilst at the same time taking your breath away. Bodnant Gardens is also a place not to be missed, as are the many castles, parks, zoos and heritage sites.

If photography is your forte then you must visit Tintern Abbey, a truly esoteric place which lends itself naturally to winning photographic backdrops. Monmouth is a great place to shop and the Gower Peninsula has beaches that lure and attract, particularly if the sun is out and glinting on the many rock pools. Don’t forget the castles such as Carreg Cennen and of course Tenby and Carmarthen Bay which will can keep you occupied for the whole day. Cardiff of course also deserves a drop in; visit the wonderful Cardiff Bay, hit the shopping centres or try out the huge variety of food on offer in the local restaurants.