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Wales Property Rentals in Wales United Kingdom Holiday Homes for your Vacation Accommodation in various parts of Wales Capital City Cardiff

The Hotels in Wales

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Fabulous, 8.8 Score from 169 reviews

The Clovelly

The Clovelly WalesLlandudno

The 4-star Clovelly guest house offers bed and breakfast accommodation 100 metres from Llandudno’s seafront and award-winning beaches. The lively town centre is less than 5 minutes’ walk. There are 3 people looking at this guest house. More

Latest booking: 12 hours ago
Good, 7.1 Score from 9 reviews

Connaught Guest House

Connaught Guest House WalesPembroke

With free Wi-Fi throughout and free parking on the street nearby, this B&B is situated in the town of Pembroke. There are 3 people looking at this guest house. More

Latest booking: yesterday

 

Good, 7.6 Score from 168 reviews

Queensbridge Hotel

Queensbridge Hotel WalesAberystwyth •

Situated at the quieter northern end of Aberystwyth’s Victorian Promenade, the Queensbridge Hotel has panoramic views of Cardigan Bay. There are 3 people looking at this guest house. More

Latest booking: 4 hours ago

 

The Shelley Celtic Bay Guest House

The Shelley Celtic Bay Guest House WalesAberystwyth

Boasting an enviable location by the Irish Sea and by the beach, The Shelley Celtic Bay Guest House is 3 minutes’ walk away from the cosmopolitan town centre of Aberystwyth. 1 person is looking at this guest house. More

Latest booking: 13 hours ago

 

Very good, 8.2 Score from 81 reviews

College Guest House

College Guest House WalesHaverfordwest

This historically listed Georgian townhouse dates back to 1837, and offers traditional rooms with free Wi-Fi. It is a 5-minute walk to the centre of Haverfordwest. 1 person is looking at this guest house. More

 

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Welsh Cuisine

welsh cuisineWelsh Cuisine Despite being poorly recorded traditional cookery of Wales does exist

It finds its roots in the day to day meals of local folk.

Interesting video selection.

Bread Of Heaven – Visit Wales Promotional Video.

Where is Wales?

British Map Wales Wales is the friendly, green, hilly bit on the western side of Britain. We’ve got England to the East, and the Irish Sea to the West. We’re about two hours west of London by road or by rail.

Why do people visit Wales?

caernarfon castle WalesOf course, there are as many different reasons as there are visitors. But ask most people, and they’ll probably start talking about the history and heritage, the people and the wonderful countryside.

Wales is part of Britain, but it looks different and it feels different. We have the things you like about Britain (including great fish & chips!), but we also have our own language, a Celtic history that stretches back to pre-Roman times, and lots of castles to visit. Over 600 at the last count. Then there’s the Welsh National Opera (one of the world’s premier Opera Companies), the largest single-span glasshouse in the world (at the National Botanic Garden of Wales), and a cool flag with a red dragon on it.

What does Wales look like?

Llanberis Snowdonia Scenery Wales
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Mostly green. And very beautiful. We’ve got three National Parks, and five ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, all part of a landscape that offers opportunities for all kinds of activities. Walking, cycling, climbing, golf, mountain biking and paragliding are just the beginning of the list.

Find out more about What to Do in Wales.

Fast Facts

Welsh Castle WalesLand Area: Over 20,000 square km. About the same size as Massachusetts.

Population: 2,903,085 people. And about 11 million woolly sheep – grazing peacefully on our green hillsides.

Capital City: Cardiff – population 305,340. Home to the Welsh National Opera, the National Museum Wales, the Millennium Centre and the Millennium Stadium. And naturally, a busy annual program of festivals and events.

Highest Point: Mount Snowdon. At 3,560ft, it’s the highest point in England and Wales. Legend has it that King Arthur fought a duel with an ogre on the mountainside. Arthur won (as you’d expect), and buried his foe at the summit.

Coastline: 750 miles. During the summer months, you can spot seals and dolphins off most of the West Wales coast. Take a boat trip, or watch from the cliff-top hiking trails.

Welsh Connections

Famous sons and daughters of Wales that you may have heard of include Dylan Thomas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Duffy, Richard Burton, Sir Tom Jones and Sir Anthony Hopkins.

Many other people have been tracing their Welsh ancestry recently – including Tom Cruise, Susan Sarandon, Russell Crowe and Donny Osmond.

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Did you know ‘Accommodation‘ is one of the most misspelt words in the English language? Here are some variations:
Accomadation, Accomodation, Acommodation.
Also Bed Breakfast Bed and Breakfast  B&B BB or BnB details for your next vacation local Regional Cuisines information guide. B and B is an English traditional holiday idea, often hard to find in some parts of the world.

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