For your next holiday to the beautiful country of Wales, choose accommodation and book an apartment on Likibu. From the jagged coastline, vibrant capital and mountainous scenery, there is something in Wales for every visitor, so so find cottages in Wales which is perfect for you, just like the country itself. Browse Likibu’s extensive selection and explore holiday apartment options on TripAdvisor or HometoGo to find your ideal holiday rental in this country of natural wonder today.
Book a holiday rental in the beautiful country of Wales!
Finding the ideal holiday rental in Wales is made easy with Likibu, so rest assured that you will be able to find your dream holiday letting, leaving you with less time to worry about accommodation and more time to immerse yourself in the countries natural glory. It is not just the rugged coastline and impressive mountain peaks which attract visitors to Wales, however, as alongside these unspoiled scenic wonders, the country boasts castles, a historic capital which is crammed with culture, attractions and renowned nightlife. Whether you choose a traditional bed and breakfast in the wild country, or a luxury holiday rental in the city centre, there is the perfect accommodation just waiting to be explored.
When to visit Wales?
The climate in Wales is temperate, especially in the summer months, when the temperature can become hotter, but the rain is never too far away. Additionally, the slightly warmer months of July and August are a period for the country, as it is when most people choose to holiday, so be sure to book your accommodation in advance for this period. The best time to visit therefore is from April to June and September when the crowds have lifted, but the climate is still likely to be pleasant enough to enjoy the great outdoors which the country has to offer.
How To Get To Wales?
Wales is accessible from across the UK by rail or road, as is just 2 hours from London Cardiff, and 2 hours from Manchester to Llandudno by train. The Severn Bridge connects Wales to England, and costs £6.50 per car to cross. For visitors who are coming from overseas, fly into Cardiff Airport, which is the biggest airport in the country, with over 50 direct routes across Europe, and connecting routes from America, Asia and Australia. Cardiff Airport is a 30-minute drive to the centre of Cardiff and is most easily accessible by car. Hire a car on arrival in Cardiff, which will give you the freedom of the open road to explore this beautiful country in your own time, and choose a holiday rental which is further afield as you have your own transport links.
Welsh food and culture tips
Renting an apartment in Wales will leave you with some extra savings for you to spend on immersing yourself in some unmissable Welsh culture, and there is no better place to start than with the food. You cannot leave Wales without sampling their globally famous Welsh Cakes, Bara Brith bread and Welsh Rarebit, which contrary to dispute, does not use a rabbit as an ingredient! If you have chosen a cottage or self-catered apartment, then why not live like a local and create some Welsh cuisine in your own space? Alternatively, you can jump in your hire car and try out some of the nearby local restaurants which will also offer some Welsh cuisine. It is important to remember that Wales has its own language, and there are some parts of the country which only speak the native language, so stay aware when reading the road signs or even ordering some of the national dishes.
Craggy coastline and sublime scenery in Wales
Wales is famous for its weathered coastline, sublime mountain scenery and historic cities, which makes this country a must visit for almost everybody, and there is a perfect accommodation for every visitor just waiting to be booked. Whether you choose a cottage on the shores of Ll?n Peninsula, accommodation such as a youth hostel in the diverse city of Cardiff, or a short-term apartment rental in The Cambrian Mountains, there is the ideal room just waiting for you in Wales.
Adventure in Wales
Wales is bursting with adventure, starting with water-sports in the Irish Sea in the north of the country. From the opportunities to try white water rafting or canoeing, to surfing the powerful waves in the beach resorts of Pwllheli, Llyn Peninsula or Porth Neigwl. Choose a BnB holiday rental on the shores of one of the famous surfing paradise locations, and wake up in the best place to just to catch the first waves before the crowd. The mountainous region of Snowdonia boasts the highest peak in Wales at 1085m, which attracts both climbers and hikers from across the world. Additionally, the Cambrian Mountains are filled with walking and wildlife watching opportunities, so choose an apartment rental or homestay in the mountains, and stay in a room with a view of the counters most impressive scenery. For visitors who are less attracted to the natural side of Wales, you can book a luxury holiday rental or apartment in one of the countries energetic cities. From the cultural capital of Cardiff, which is home to Wales' nightlife scene, to the seaside town of Swansea, there is a room just waiting to be called home in Wales.