Popular Lettings in South-Wales
Highlights in South-Wales
- Mountain and coastal hiking
- Shopping and nightlife
- Medieval castles
- Pretty villages
Most popular amenities for Log Cabins & Lodges in South-Wales
Log Cabins and Lodges in South Wales
South Wales encompasses the bustling Welsh capital of Cardiff, some of the country's most arresting highland scenery, its best-preserved castles and the most haunting of coastal landscapes. The country is awash with the most beautiful of log cabins that blend seamlessly into the environment, and your job is to simply take your pick from a log cabin on the edge of the shopping and nightlife hubs of Cardiff and Swansea, a log cabin on the hauntingly beautiful coast of Pembrokeshire National Park, or a log cabin in the verdant valleys and mountains of the interior, Whichever you choose, a memorable holiday is assured!Log cabins to get back to nature
The log cabins in South Wales primarily offer 1-3 bedrooms and spacious living and cooking areas. They are ideal for a romantic break for couples or a single person wanting to get away from the crowd. Located in rural locations, step through your garden gate straight onto a public footpath and explore the local countryside at your leisure! Then return home to the uniquely warm and cosy atmosphere that only a log cabin can generate!
Travellers and activities
South Wales is home to nearly 200 castles, the highest density of medieval castles in the world! Ogmore Castle is just stunning. While not being the best-preserved castle in south Wales, it boasts one of the most spectacular locations, perched on a hill overlooking a beautiful meandering river. But if you are only going to visit one castle in south Wales, make it Caerphilly Castle, the castle in the country and one of the best-preserved, it is surrounded by a perfectly formed moat unchanged since it was dug 800 years ago!South Wales for shopaholics
Cardiff is known as the city of arcades, with rows of streets covered with a crystal roof jam packed with scores of extravagant independent Victorian-era shops. Speciality shops abound, from cheese to books to vinyl records – you will find it all here! When your legs get tired, take a welcome break in one of the all-weather cafes and order a portion of delicious welshcakes, the local speciality!South Wales for ramblers
South Wales is a smorgasbord of sweeping sandy beaches and coastal routes, luscious valleys cut out by crystal clear streams just dripping with rich green fauna, and glaciated mountain peaks, making it a joyful place to explore by foot. The Brecon Beacons is the most accessible national park to visit in South Wales. An hour’s drive north of Cardiff, it boasts the region's highest peak of Pen y Fan, mountain lakes and ten-a-penny hiking trails. Up for a huge challenge? Follow the ninety-nine-mile long Beacons Way hiking trail!
Love visiting medieval castles? Wales officially has more castles per square kilometre than any other country in the world!
Top 7 travel tips in South Wales
Embark from the city centre and take a boat trip down the River Taff on one of Cardiff’s fabulous riverboat trips. See the city from a unique viewpoint and learn more about its rich history.2. Take a day trip to the Mumbles
Nestled on the shoreline of Swansea Bay, Mumbles is a small, picturesque and laid-back village boasting a fabulous castle, myriad independent shops and pubs and some of the best fish and chips in the UK! The perfect destination for a memorable day trip!3. Experience a coastal landscape that is the stuff of Hollywood films!
Rhossili is a small town close to the city of Swansea with a striking 5-kilometre-long beach backed by the greenest of green hills that form a memorable, untamed landscape that is the stuff of Hollywood. Don’t miss Worm’s Head, a small island that can only be accessed at low tide and which offers the best view of Rhossili beach.4. Head underground for another Welsh treat
Dan-yr-Ogof is a 15km long cave system, one of the longest in Europe. With underground lakes, rivers, spectacular 15 metre waterfalls and stalagmites and stalactites dating back thousands and even millions of years, this has to be at the top of your list of things to see in South Wales.5. Visit Wales’ biggest cemetery
Enormous Cathays Cemetery boasts some wonderful architecture and myriad moving stories surrounding its graves. The cemetery is seemingly untouched and almost completely natural, with the trees and tombstones gradually becoming intertwined as the decades and centuries pass.6. Discover the best of Welsh homemade food
Join the locals and head for the Cardiff Indoor Market for some truly funky shopping and delicious artisan food. Don’t miss the laverbread scones, a local speciality, and make sure to try out some of Wales’ 100+ regional kinds of cheese.7. Get back to nature in Waterfall Country
The Vale of Neath is home to nine waterfalls immersed within a ravishing backdrop of mountains and steep-sided valleys. Long an inspiration for famous artists and authors such as William Shakespeare, let it inspire you to greater things!