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Road Trips in Wales

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Road Trips in Wales

Wales is not a large country by any means, but it has a very large offering, sure to suit the preferences of every traveller who takes to its roads. The rugged mountains contrast with lush scenery and the sweeping coastline, while the bustling modern cities contrast with ancient villages and historic castles. Plus, of course, all road signs are written in Welsh (as well as in English), adding to the character and charm to be enjoyed during a road trip.

Road Trips in Wales: Top Holiday Lettings

Lodge Henfynyw
20 Sept - 27 Sept
-44%
£174
£98 per night
Lodge ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Nice Lodge in Henfynyw with Hot Tub

Henfynyw, Ceredigion, Wales
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Lodge Llanystumdwy
23 Mar - 30 Mar
-62%
£113
£43 per night
Lodge ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Lodge in Llanystumdwy + Lakeside Views

Llanystumdwy, Gwynedd, Wales
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House Camrose
30 Sept - 7 Oct
-36%
£64
£41 per night
House ∙ 3 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Holiday Home in Camrose + Wonderful Views

5.0
Outstanding (32 ratings)
Camrose, Pembrokeshire, Wales
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An Itinerary for the Perfect Road Trip in Wales

An Itinerary for the Perfect Road Trip in Wales

If you have time, Wales can keep you intrigued for weeks. Even if you only have a week to road trip around this incredible country, be sure to include, at least, these five destinations:

  1. Cardiff

    Cardiff is the capital of Wales. It is a large, modern city with a compact centre that lends itself to wandering on foot. Visit Cardiff Castle - the largest and most famous of a number of castles in Cardiff - and the Cardiff museum. Explore the Victorian shopping arcades on your way down to Cardiff Bay. Enjoy the many sporting facilities, including Cardiff International White Water and the Principality Stadium.

  2. Snowdonia National Park

    Mount Snowdon provides the outdoor enthusiast with a challenge, but it can be summited by the less energetic too, using the Mount Snowdon Railway train. The peak offers a view all the way across to Ireland. The park boasts more than 100 lakes and countless trails. Those not keen on walking can drive to this beautifully scenic area, often along ancient, narrow winding roads.

  3. Aberystwyth

    This West Wales town is a cultural hub. It is home to the National Library of Wales, and to the secret hiding place for valuable art works that had to be secreted away during World War II. You can enjoy a magnificent view of the coastline by taking the Electric Cliff train to the town's highest point, or strolling along the seaside promenade.

  4. Portmeirion

    This unique village was built to replicate Italian design, so it looks very different from most Welsh towns. The streets are narrow and quaint, providing a very pleasant walk through this quiet, fascinating seaside location. Portmeirion is well-known for its magnificent pottery, so you'll definitely have a memento to take home with you.

  5. Cardigan Coastline

    This historic area has buildings and small villages dating back to the 13th century, including a pagan church in Tresaith! At this coastline, you can veer off the main roads and travel back in time along narrow paths. Low tide along the coast reveals the remnants of a prehistoric forest.

Best Places to Stay for Road Trips in Wales

Cottage Hebron
6 Dec - 13 Dec
-51%
£112
£55 per night
Cottage ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Cottage in Hebron with Botanic Garden + Rural Views

4.8
Outstanding (23 ratings)
Hebron, Cilymaenllwyd, Wales
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Apartment Aberaeron
9 Mar - 16 Mar
-17%
£72
£60 per night
Apartment ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Flat in Aberaeron with Barbecue

5.0
Outstanding (18 ratings)
Aberaeron, Ceredigion, Wales
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Lodge Llanystumdwy
2 Mar - 9 Mar
-67%
£113
£37 per night
Lodge ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Lodge in Llanystumdwy + Lakeside Views

Llanystumdwy, Gwynedd, Wales
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Information about Road Trips in Wales

📏 Average size of a holiday home 208 m²
💳 Highest rates in July
🛏️ Popular accommodation types Cottage and House rentals
🌡️ Warmest weather July and August
🥶 Coldest weather 3 °C in February and March
🌧️ Rainiest months August and December

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of holiday lettings are available for Road Trips in Wales?

The most popular types of holiday rentals for Road Trips in Wales are Cottage and House rentals.

Road Trips in Wales: what's the average price for holiday accommodation?

Holiday apartments in Wales cost between £125 and £212 per night.

Can I find holiday homes for Road Trips in Wales that can host a family or large group?

On average 5 guests, can stay in Cottage in Wales, with accommodation options also available for larger and smaller groups.

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