Stella Cottage Lighthouse
Macross, Llantwit Major
This unique property situated on the Vale Of Glamorgan coast allows guests the opportunity to stay in a fully converted lighthouse. Just a short drive away from Cowbridge, offering a multitude of shops, boutiques, craft and art galleries, this three-bedroom lighthouse sleeps five people, meaning you can bring your family and friends. Offering incredible panoramic views, guests are encouraged to travel further down coast to the famous Gower peninsula, walking onto the Mumbles and visiting iconic Welsh locations such as Barry Island, Southerndown and Porthcawl.
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Literally a bed in a boat! And it’s right in the middle of Wales! Offering a tranquil, fresh flavour to the growing world of ‘glamping’ (which is, let’s face it, a rather silly word), the Boatel consists of a converted previously functioning boat where guests will sleep, as well as the Boat Roofed Shed offering a lovely open-plan cooking and living space for guests to mingle in. Built in 2012 with entirely recycled materials, the shed’s remote location offers beautiful views of Cader Idris, part of the Cambrian Mountains.
The Decoy Bunker
This bunker was originally a decoy target for the Luftwaffe during World War II. Submerged into the Monmouthshire hillside, it disguised itself as the nearby munitions factory, and this historic building is one of only seven to even exist in Wales. Today the bunker has been transformed into a lovingly contemporary, rural getaway with guests able to view the stunning backdrop of the Seven Esturary. Sleeping a total of three people, the Bunker offers a stylish, fully equipped space, creating the perfect ambiance for peace and tranquillity.
They’re taking the hobbits to… Pengenffordd? This amazing little build is tucked into the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Not shy of personality, the little retreat offers visitors to enjoy the surreal views of the mountains and endless hiking trails, which include the famous trek to the summit of Wales’ highest point, Pen-Y-Fan. The fairytale getaway is situated only 15 minutes from Hay-On-Wye, making it the perfect accommodation go to for the Hay Festival. Perched just next door to a pub, guests can enjoy hearty pub grub and drinks, with small extra costs getting you fresh stew and bread made in the Hobbit House’s wood–fired oven.
The Slate Caverns, Gwynedd
These five-star lodges give visitors the perfect space to relax and unwind, offering stunning views of the Slate Caverns with a unique style open stay. Guests are free to explore the mountains of Snowdonia National Park, with Zip World and Bounce Below both situated close by. The lodges have been designed with peace and quiet in mind, welcoming guests with breathtaking views of the Vale Of Ffestiniog.
The Bluebell Wagon
Nestled away in its namesake wood lies this intimate and unique space. Not only will guests be able to take in bluebells in bloom, amenities such as the wood-fired hot tub next door provide for a lovely luxurious twist. Set on a family-run farm, secluded and peacefully tucked away from busy everyday life, this gorgeous getaway is perfect for intimate stays with that special somebody so you can let your hair down together.
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Able to cater for up to six people, this domed paradise is equipped with a massive hot tub, outdoor kitchen, hammocks and sauna. Situated only 20 minutes from Tenby, your visit will also benefit local environmental projects focusing on habitat creation, with every visit guaranteeing the planting of at least one new tree. Being a part of the Greener Camping Club, the stay will automatically grant you membership as well – saving the environment has never been so relaxing!
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