With Wales in Style, you can find those special places to stay in Wales - from romantic weekend breaks to full blown family holidays.
Robert Smith and Arwel Hughes have thought of absolutely everything in terms of guest comfort and facilities, from providing toothbrushes to bathrobes and maps.
The gardens are a joy, with a woodland walk over the waterfall bridge and Victorian pool (Afon Rhaiadr loosely means the ‘house by the river and waterfall’).
For a fail-safe introduction to Carmarthenshire’ history, heritage and wildlife, stay at Allt-y-Golau Uchaf.
Asheston Eco Barns are 5 luxury self catering cottages in the heart of unspoilt Pembrokeshire that offer family friendly holidays with a sustainable twist.
If you’re looking for the comfort and luxury of a top hotel plus the come-and-go-as-you-please convenience of a private residence, then these apartments are the perfect fit. There are three in all.
Bardsey View is the perfect location to explore the golden sandy beaches of New Quay, the stunning secluded coves at Mwnt and the beautiful harbour town of Aberaeron. It is only a twenty minute drive to visit the special areas of conservation with their colony of Atlantic grey seals and resident population of bottlenose dolphins at Cardigan Island.
A convivial, characterful old coaching inn, updated and a big hit with today’s travellers. Good food in the restaurant and bar, and a great atmosphere - locals mix with visitors in this award-winning inn. Charming setting in an attractive little Brecon Beacons town.
Unique is an oft overused word, but we believe Bethsaida is exactly that. This historic former Baptist Chapel was painstakingly transformed by Tony Dyer and Jo Pitt over five long years to give it a well-deserved new lease of life, open a new chapter in its long history and guarantee its future. Jo and Tony are proud custodians of this stunning building, and their commitment to genuinely sustainable tourism and minimizing their impact on the environment goes much deeper than just recycling. They are Greenkey accredited, use low impact cleaning products, and the local farmer’s markets provide much of the ingredients for their legendary breakfast. There is a feeling of calm and serenity, and one can almost hear the proud welsh voices singing through history.
The Black Boy Inn, set deep in the evocative Royal Borough of Caernarfon, has been a welcome retreat for weary travellers for centuries.
Derelict for almost seven years, this Grade II listed 18th-century country inn has been reborn.