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Most Romantic Getaways Across Wales

As Valentines is soon approaching why not book a romantic getaway for two?

Wether this is booked as a present to another couple or for yourself and your other half. We have got you covered to ensure whoever visits will have the most enjoyable holiday!


‘A corner of Italy on the coast of Snowdonia’

Experience Portmeirion’s enchantment by staying at their hotel. Witness the sunrise above the Meirionnydd mountains and the Dwyryd estuary as it fills from coast to shore. Stay in a suite in the centre of the village or one of the two five-star luxury hotels. Self-catering lodging is also available at Portmeirion on the lovely North Wales coast. Portmeirion is a unique place, located on the southern slope of its own little peninsula.

Captain’s Cabin at New Quay

A charming first-floor apartment ideal for a couple is located behind a shop in the picturesque West Wales seaside village of New Quay, only steps from one of the community’s two sandy beaches.

This odd building, brimming with seafaring character, is the ideal romantic hideaway for an unique seaside vacation. The property is situated in New Quay, a picturesque seaside community with three lovely sandy beaches, a wide variety of cafés, and traditional “tafarndai” pubs. Take beautiful sunrise walks along the clifftops, where you can see Cardigan Bay, or board a boat to explore the coast in search of animals. As an alternative, spend the day in the energetic academic town of Aberystwyth (24 miles).

Island Hide Pentre Berw

Unique hideaway with amenities and a hot tub overlooking the RSPB Wetlands Reserve is located in Gaerwen. The best beaches and countryside on Isle of Anglesey are ideal for exploring, unwinding, and enjoying activities.

Location is excellent; it is four miles from Llangefni and Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch. The Anglesey Sea Zoo, Wales’ largest aquarium, the RSPB reserve, and the Newborough Nature Reserve are all close by. You can also go wild windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing, and sea fishing at Rhosneigr or visit Beaumaris, which has a castle, shops, and restaurants. Visit Puffin Island, the Maritime Museum lighthouse, the Amlwch Copper Kingdom, or Plas Newydd. Go karting at Cartio Mon, catch a steam train at Caernarfon, or visit a premier motor racing circuit.

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