So, you've decided to have a browse through our self catering holiday cottages in West Wales. Maybe you’ve had your fill of camping and caravans and fancy some holiday accommodation with solid walls, more space between you and the children and a proper kitchen and bathroom. Welsh holiday cottages are often built with local stone and many have been converted from old farm buildings such as barns, granaries or dairies, giving that individual touch of charm and character.
Some cottages in Wales have open fires or wood burning stoves so you can enjoy snuggling up in a cosy lounge during a chilly evening. Whatever your ideal, you will be close to the coast and delightful countryside of West Wales so plan your activities to include hiking, cycling, pony trekking, water sports or visiting one of the many attractions in the area.