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National Parks in Wales

National Parks

Wales is home to 3 National Parks; The Pembrokeshire Coast, The Brecon Beacons and The Snowdonia National Park. Such is the beauty of the country, the National Parks account for approximately 20% of Wales' land, each of the Parks offers something different and each is well worth a visit. More information on each of the National Parks can be found below, if there any hints, tips or recommendations that you can offer regarding the Welsh National Parks then please contact us.

Brecon Beacons National Park

Brecon Beacons The Brecon Beacons is a mountain range found in South Wales and is a popular destination amongst those that enjoy hiking, climbing, mountain biking, horse riding, canoeing and fishing. The Brecon Beacons cover 519 square miles and stretch from Llandeilo to Hay-on-Wye and Pontypool.There are 6 main mountain peaks within the National Park and these can be seen for miles around. If you are lucky enough to have fine weather when you are ascending one of the mountains, then you should enjoy some breathtaking views of the beautiful landscapes that South Wales has to offer. To make a stay here truly memorable why not choose to stay in luxury self-catering accommodation in the Brecon Beacons? A luxurious cottage or holiday home offers the perfect environment in which you can relax after a day of exploring the mountainous scenery here.


Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

The Pemrbrokeshire Coast National Park is a unique setting; it is the only National Park that was primarily designated because of its stunning coastline and seaside landscapes. Found in the west of Wales, on the Celtic Sea coast, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offers some stunning walks, trails and scenery that makes it a hugely popular destination amongst holidaymakers. Find more information on luxury cottages and holiday homes in and around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. If you are travelling with a dog, you should ensure that you check with the local tourist information centre for information about which beaches are dog-friendly at which times of year. If you are not a confident swimmer or are holidaying with children then you should be cautious of strong currents in the sea, children should be monitored at all times. Pembrokeshire National Park

Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia National Park Snowdonia is the oldest of Wales' National Parks and is home to Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. The National Park is found in the north-west of Wales and is home to some stunning mountain landscapes and rural scenery. This beautiful setting is a haven for those that enjoy walking, hiking, climbing, mountain biking and wildlife watching. Snowdonia is popular with many walker, with some of them attempting to complete the National Three Peaks Challenge. Follow this link to view luxury self-catering accommodation in and near to the Snowdonia National Park; choosing to stay in a luxurious holiday home means you can relax and unwind amongst wonderful surroundings at the end of a long day of sight-seeing.

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