Find a B&B in Wales
Accommodation | Bed and Breakfast | 07/07/17
Wales has long been a favourite holiday destination; the rolling hills, the gorgeous valleys, the brisk beaches… Not to mention the weather! While Wales may not be known for glorious sunshine, hordes of holiday makers choose one of the many summer destinations in Wales for their holidays. B&Bs are a great choice for tourists or visitors to the region – all the comforts of home and a hotel rolled into one, with a local welcome to boot! Check out why a holiday in Wales could be a great – and cheap – holiday solution for you this summer.What are the highlights of Wales?
Whether you’re staying for days, weeks or months, there’s sure to be a B&B for you. Wales’ seaside towns are a fantastic choice for a break from real life. Tenby is consistently one of the most popular destinations for tourists, with quaint colourful buildings and beaches on three sides of the town. With boat trips and a nearby indoor waterpark, it’s a fantastic choice for all. There’s rambles and walks along the coast for relaxation or coasteering and water sports for the more adventurous! Lladudno has a fantastic character and the traditional seaside resort will send you back to your childhood as you stroll along the pier. Nearby Conwy is a world heritage town with a medieval castle to explore, ideal for adventurous kids!
If getting back to nature is more your thing, the Gower Peninsula was the first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the UK, and it’s no surprise why: the long beaches and surfable waves are a fantastic backdrop. The Isle of Anglesey is packed with great places to walk, run, cycle, swim and explore – whether it’s coastal trails or two of the UK’s only cycle routes (there are 9 in total!) The Brecon Beacons are a hiker’s dream – not as challenging as Snowdonia but the views and peaceful villages will more than make up for it! Hardier types can take on Snowdon and come back down in time for a cuppa at the bed and breakfast.
For those who prefer a city break, a trip to Cardiff is a must. The Welsh capital’s city centre has been rejuvenated in recent years and is now a top class destination for people from all over! Decide your favourite attraction depending on how long you’ve got to spend in the city and find the nearest B&B for a great stay. Swansea has its own impressive stock of cultural attractions and is just a stone’s throw from the coast and countryside. St David’s is the smallest city in the United Kingdom, so for a ‘city break’ with a difference, the magnificent cathedral and beaches will be a pleasant surprise!Have you thought about a B&B in Wales?
You won’t struggle to find a bed and breakfast in Wales – with a thriving Welsh tourist trade in the cities, popular short break destinations dotted around the country and a welcoming national outlook, it’s no wonder they’re big business!
If you’re unsure about where to go, a bed and breakfast in Wales is a great choice; local owners can help you find the best spots! With such a variety of things to do in Wales wherever you go, a B&B is a great place to do it from. You’ll appreciate the home-cooked breakfast before a morning trekking up Snowdon or the freshly cleaned rooms after you come back from the beach! B&B owners will know the best local spots to eat out, have a drink and mix with the welcoming Welsh culture – they might even be able to get you a discount! All the comforts of home, with the flexibility to do as you please: what could be a better way to explore the great Welsh countryside?