With Wales in Style, you can find those special places to stay in Wales - from romantic weekend breaks to full blown family holidays.
For a fail-safe introduction to Carmarthenshire’ history, heritage and wildlife, stay at Allt-y-Golau Uchaf.
A handsome Georgian façade fronts an arty new luxury hotel. Contemporary comfort and ambience in a classic setting. Good food, plus beautiful Teifi Valley location.
An unexpected find - deluxe hotel-style accommodation based at a farm in the heart of rural Wales. Superb leisure club too, with 40ft indoor swimming pool.
Nineteenth-century Mansion House is grand in stature. It also commands one of Wales’s most stunning views, overlooking the Tywi Estuary, Carmarthen Bay and gentle, green farmland rich in associations with poet Dylan Thomas.
It’s ideally located for a mix-and-match holiday that takes in Pembrokeshire’s world-class beaches and Carmarthenshire’s green, lush countryside.
A seaside hotel for today's tastes - modern, sophisticated and unstuffy, designed with flair. Feeds mind and body - superb state-of-the-art spa, great food. A view to die for, from the perch on a headland above the sea.
The Barn Cottage at 1 Tan yr Eglwys Cottages is nestled in a tiny hideaway hamlet, surrounded by fields and woodland, above the Swansea and Neath valleys. Surprisingly only 15 minutes from the M4 and the re assurance of a 24 hour shopping culture - the holiday begins, in a peaceful rural idyll.
Dylanologists - if there’s such a term - will be familiar with Browns Hotel.
A traditional coaching inn transformed. Friendly, funky atmosphere, fab bedrooms and fresh, tasty food served in laid-back surroundings by knowledgeable hosts. Great location in the heart of the country in the western Brecon Beacons.
A unique mix of metropolitan sophistication and rural charm. A stunning, no-expense-spared conversion of an old farm complex, set in an evocative – make that poetic– location. It’s laid-back luxury from one-of-a-kind.