A holiday with the whole family or with a big group of friends can be so much fun, and our large holiday cottages, as well as some of our smaller cottages grouped together, make for the perfect place for a large group holiday.
We have cottages suited for everyone all across Wales, so why not book a large holiday cottage for a short getaway in some of the most popular destinations across Wales?
Our cottages in Pembrokeshire are in the best locations for you to explore this beautiful part of Wales. There are activities from water sports to sailing and cliff diving to try out, and many pretty seaside resorts to explore. Pembrokeshire is also home to lots of wildlife, and a boat trip out to one of the nearby islands is a great opportunity to see some puffins and seals in the sea, and the Coastal Path is a great place for walks which host beautiful scenery.
At the north west tip of Wales is the island of Anglesey. Home to beautiful wildlife habitats with lots of exciting birds and animals, Anglesey is a great place for exploring the outdoors. As nearly all the coastline is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a day out walking, cycling or on a boat trip is not to be missed.
If you and your family and friends are looking for an adventure holiday, Snowdonia is the place to go. As well as the walking and hiking you can do through the rugged mountain landscapes, there are lots of great attractions that will get your adrenaline pumping, from zip wires to off road courses, kayaking, mountain biking, underground trampolines and much more.
The Lleyn Peninsula is a great choice for a relaxing holiday, with the beautiful beaches, coastal villages and the wildlife havens. The unspoilt landscape is wonderful to explore, and every day here will provide you and your friends with something different to do. A trip to Bardsey Island on the tip of the Peninsula is definitely worthwhile where you can spot all manner of seabirds, as well as some sea life playing in the waves.
Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons
The rolling landscapes of Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons are areas of incredible beauty. You can explore from the holiday cottages the hills, mountain ranges, rivers, lakes and more. Like the rest of Wales, you will also discover some interesting cultural heritage here, with numerous castles and historical buildings to visit. For more active activities to try, there is walking, cycling, horse riding and more.
With a large group, a day to the beach is definitely needed – and a lot of fun. Carmarthenshire is home to some long, golden sandy beaches, perfect for a day sunbathing, swimming or surfing. Many of our cottages are just a short walk or drive from the beach, making this a great place to stay. There is also a rich cultural heritage to discover here, with the birth place of Dylan Thomas and many legends connected to Merlin.
One of our most popular destinations in Wales for large holiday cottages in Cardigan, along the Ceredigion coast. The area is home to thriving arts and culture, and lots of great music festivals throughout the year. A trip to Cardigan Bay should also be on the table, with the long stretch of sandy beach an ideal place for water sports. There is also a chance to see some dolphins here too, as Cardigan Bay is home to the largest pod in Wales.
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