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Holiday Letting Price Information in West Wales
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in West Wales. Holiday letting prices are the highest in July (20/07 - 27/07). Prices decrease in November to an average of £71 per night (02/11 - 09/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in West Wales
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in West Wales (in %). More people travel to West Wales a week in December (22/12 - 29/12). So far, 52% of the rentals are occupied this week. It is easier to find a rental in a week of October (12/10 - 19/10), as only 22% of the accommodations are booked.
The weather in West Wales
This is the climate diagram in West Wales. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is April.
Natural Beauty and Seaside Fun with a West Wales Holiday Letting
West Wales, a land of valleys, rugged coastline, and pretty towns, is one of the most picturesque areas of the United Kingdom. Spend a few days here and you’ll fall in love with this beautiful part of the world, which includes the counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion, and Carmarthenshire. During your stay in a West Wales holiday letting you’ll be able to visit historic castles, walk along the beach at the UK’s only coastal National Park, and even visit the UK’s smallest city, St. Davids. With so much nature and so many attractions waiting to be explored, you’ll never run out of things to do during your stay in a West Wales holiday home.
How to Get to West Wales
There are no major airports in West Wales, so those planning on arriving via air will have to travel to a nearby airport and continue their journey to their West Wales holiday letting from there. Liverpool, Manchester, Cardiff, and London are the four most feasible options. Additionally, there are trains to the region from all these cities. West Wales covers a large area, so it’s usually best to have your own vehicle to reach this largely rural region. Having your own set of wheels will also give you the freedom to see the more remote attractions in West Wales.
Weather in West Wales
Like the rest of the country, the weather in West Wales is best thought of as unpredictable. While the region is more than capable of producing glorious sunny days during spring and summer, it’s also possible that those days will be interrupted by rain showers. Rain can be heavy in Wales, so pack accordingly, whilst the cooler weather can actually be beneficial for many of the activities such as hiking and cycling along the stunning coast.
Things to Do in West Wales
Whether you’re interested in nature, history, or the pretty villages that pepper Wales, you’ll find what you’re looking for during your stay in a West Wales holiday home.
Start your trip by reconnecting with nature at Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest, which is a beautiful space to get out in and enjoy a long hike, bike ride, run, or even a horse ride. The great thing is that all of these come with outstanding views of the Cambrian Mountains or Cardigan Bay. You may also catch a glimpse of the most common bird in Wales, the Red Kite.
Discover the area’s varied history by visiting St Davids Cathedral, the site of which dates back to 589 A.D. The present building was built around 1180 A.D. and is very well preserved. The cathedral is located in St Davids, which, as mentioned above, is the smallest city in the UK. While there, take a walk up to Solva, a small and pleasant town located on a harbour that’s just three miles away along the coastal path.
In Pembroke, you can see one of the best-preserved castles in the UK. Pembroke Castle was built between the 11th and 13th centuries, though it has recently undergone significant restoration work. The castle’s location on the edge of a river makes it particularly picturesque, while inside, visitors can explore the labyrinth of corridors and rooms, and also take a look at exhibitions detailing just what life was like during the castle’s heyday.
Head anywhere along the coast and you’ll find something worth visiting. The coast in West Wales is stunningly beautiful, featuring some of the best sand and clearest waters you'll find anywhere in the UK. Water sports, scenery, and fun seaside towns, especially in the case of Aberystwyth, can all be highlights during your stay in a West Wales holiday letting .
West Wales for Children
If planning a family break, note that Children will have plenty to enjoy during their stay in a West Wales holiday letting . Take them down to Folly Farm, a zoo with more than 50 species of animals, where they can get up close and personal with the Madagascan fossa, Kenyan bongo, and the African elephant, among others.
Experience an exhilarating afternoon at Battlefield Live Pembrokeshire, where through fun role play, you’ll find out who is the bravest and most valiant member of your family.
West Wales: Castles, beaches, and rolling hills
Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
One of kids’ favourite destinations in Wales, Folly Farm has an old-fashioned fairground, indoor play centre, outdoor parks, and a zoo with lions, elephants, and camels.
This beautifully located medieval castle overlooking the River Teifi boasts unique architecture, with two round towers instead of the usual keep.
Vale of Rheidol Railway
Take the 12-mile trip from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge in an authentic 1902 steam train. You can enjoy some of the most stunning views of the Rheidol Valley.
Just 7 miles from Aberystwyth, this zoo was founded as a refuge for unwanted exotic pets and surplus zoo animals. With monkeys, wallabies, and bats amongst its residents, the zoo supports conservation and education.
Dolaucothi Gold Mines
Take an underground tour through the only known Roman gold mine in Wales. The centre also offers educational exhibitions and the chance to pan for gold.
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