Holiday Cottages Wales - cottages in Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire for self catering holidays, short breaks and dog friendly holidays in Wales
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Visit Wales for a truly refreshing holiday and discover the unspoilt beauty of West Wales. Staying in one of our superb holiday cottages, Wales is on your doorstep, waiting for you to explore. With over 650 West Wales cottages, we really do have something for everyone: dog friendly cottages, Wales' best coastal cottages, gorgeous luxury cottages, romantic cottages for two as well as larger family friendly cottages and, of course, Welsh country cottages.

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Book cottages direct with the owner

All our self catering holiday cottages are independently owned and you book the cottages direct with the owners, giving you excellent value and the benefit of the owners' personal attention to help make your stay in Wales one to remember.

Save money with great value prices

Whatever your budget, we understand that you want to get good value for money. By booking with the owners direct, with no hidden charges and no booking fee, you get the best holiday cottage deals.

West Wales Holiday Cottages

West Wales Holiday Cottages is a family run company based in Cardigan Bay and we are established specialists in providing cottage holidays in Wales: we have over 650 Welsh cottages in Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. With extensive knowledge of the local area, a love of West Wales and years of experience in holiday lettings, our team are here to help find the perfect cottage in Wales for you.

Real Wales : Our Blog

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County Flowers of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire

During the year of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, a conservation charity, Plantlife International asked people of the UK to vote for a flower which they thought would best represent their county.  Two years later, each of the old counties of … Continue reading

The Rebecca Riots

An interesting period of Welsh history which had a major impact is the four years of the The Rebecca Riots,  when men dressed as women and attacked toll gates in many areas of West Wales in the mid-19th Century. Turnpike Trusts, made … Continue reading

Red Campion: wildflower of the West Wales hedgebanks

One of the most attractive features of West Wales is the network of lanes edged by high banks which support a wide variety of wild flowers. In recent years it has been a matter of policy on the part of … Continue reading