Our holiday cottages on Wales Coast Path are some of our most sought-after
properties we have available. To the north, pick from either Anglesey, Menai,
Lleyn or Meirionnydd to enjoy a picture-perfect sea view, with Snowdonia as
a backdrop. To the south, choose from our holiday cottages in
Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and the Gower peninsula to experience
some of Wales’ most renowned coastal points.
Pick and choose your luxury touches, from hot tubs to log fires and more!
Select from ultra-modern barn conversions; quaint, traditional cottages;
grand country homes; townhouses or conveniently-placed apartments to suit
your family’s requirements and tastes, all within close distances to some of
the best attractions. We also have a number of wheelchair accessible and
dog-friendly holiday cottages on the Wales Coast Path if you require this for
your stay. Our properties sleep parties of 2 and up, making them perfect options for
couples, families and groups looking for a retreat by the Welsh coast.
Guide To The Wales Coast Path:
The Wales Coast Path is a walker’s paradise, consisting of 870-miles of
coastal path to explore. Those who wander here get to enjoy cliff top views
and secluded beaches, as well the spectacular views worthy of a photograph,
or two. Walks along the Wales Coast path range in difficulty, meaning that
walkers of all abilities are able to appreciate these sections of the country,
and soak in the coastal views that were rated as one of the best by Lonely
The Wales Coast Path was opened in 2012, starting at Chepstow in the south
to Queensferry in the north.
Wales is proud of the coastal path which is the
first dedicated footpath along coastline in the world. The path meanders
along the coastline, and through eleven National Nature Reserves, which
means nature-lovers are able to catch sight of some of the wildlife that call
this place home.
Things To Do Along The Wales Coast Path:• Visit some of the best Welsh beaches, including Rhossili Bay, Three
Cliffs Bay and Freshwater West
• Walk along the coastal paths
• Visit National Nature Reserves
• Visit sea-side towns and villages including Tenby, Cardigan Bay and