On the Aberavon beachfront with views across Swansea Bay and Gower Peninsula, the Best Western Aberavon Beach Hotel features a restaurant, bar and leisure centre.
Host of the 2010 Ryder Cup golfing competition, this award-winning resort is set in 2000 acres of parkland in the Usk Valley. It comprises a 5-star hotel and a historic 19th-century manor house.
Clayton Hotel Cardiff is Cardiff’s largest city centre hotel boasting 216 bedrooms. Located in the heart of the city on St. Mary Street meaning just a short walk from Cardiff Central train station and a stone’s throw away from the cities attractions.
The Future Inn Cardiff Bay is a modern hotel situated 450 yards away from the Wales Millennium Centre. It offers spacious rooms with free internet, free parking and a restaurant, 1.5 miles from Cardiff city centre.
Situated in acres of scenic grounds next to a medieval Bishop’s palace, The Lamphey Court Hotel is a 19th century Georgian mansion which has a luxury spa, all-weather tennis courts and stylish rooms with views over Pembrokeshire National Park.
Morgans Hotel Swansea is a luxurious boutique hotel located in the centre of Swansea and only minutes from the beautiful maritime quarter and a short drive from Mumbles and Gower coastline.
A roaring log fire and fantastic views of Cardiff and the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan make this hotel and its restaurant an ideal venue. Situated on a hillside, the hotel is set on the fringes of Cardiff and nestled amongst the Welsh hill.
This 5-star bed and breakfast is an elegant stone-built property surrounded by 12 acres of private woods and gardens. In the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Penrhiw Hotel is a 5-minute drive from coastal views of Ramsey Island.
Dating back to the 12th century, Roch Castle now contains elegant hotel accommodation, around 7 miles from Haverfordwest. With the west Wales coast less than 5 minutes’ drive, it is surrounded by beautiful grounds.
The Hotel at the Foot of Snowdon - The Royal Victoria Hotel is unique. Situated on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park within 30 acres of private gardens and woodlands and cradled between twin lakes.