After all, the country is known for its Great Outdoors - its rugged, rocky mountains, green hills and vales and consistently stunning 870-mile shoreline.
Countryside and Adventure
We've travelled countless thousands of miles the length and breadth of Wales to seek out the very best small hotels, inns, farmhouses, restaurants with rooms and guest houses.
Grove of Narberth, a luxury country house hotel in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales has been awarded a 5 star hotel status by tourism governing body, Visit Wales.
Wales has been on a bit of a ‘theme’ crusade this last few years. We’ve had the Year of Adventure (2016), the Year of Legends (2017) and the Year of the Sea (2018). Now it’s the turn of discovery.
With its abundance of stunning countryside, it’s unsurprising Wales draws in thousands of walkers each year. Whether you’re planning to visit the north, south or middle of Wales, you’ll find plenty of breath-taking and fascinating walks on offer.