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    Pocket Guide: Wales

    Weighing in at a trim 160 miles from north to south, and just 50 miles from east to west, Wales may be compact but what it lacks in size it makes up for in geographic diversity.

    Visit Wales and you cannot help but be endlessly surprised by its physical beauty.

    For those who like to get out and about, a Welsh holiday could pack in sublime mountain ranges, lush green valleys, ragged coastline walks, delightful old-fashioned market towns and plenty of romantic ruins and evocative castles.

    Charming Cardiff

    The Welsh capital, Cardiff, is a shopper’s delight. Architectural fans will love the National Assembly, which sits prettily amidst the massively successful regeneration projects of Cardiff Bay.

    The city is also home to some excellent museums, including the time-travelling Dr Who Experience, and the impressive Millennium Stadium, which serves equally well as the home of thrilling sporting events and glamorous gigs.

    Heritage and History

    Much of the appeal of Wales, however, lies outside its thoroughly modern capital.

    History is a living presence in the Welsh towns, villages and countryside. Castles literally litter the lush hills and valleys: there is everything from the minimal stone keeps that the early Welsh royalty built to the splendid 13th century fortifications of the English usurpers that can still be found at Conwy, Beaumaris, Caernarfon and Harlech.

    Many such defensive piles were later converted into stately piles and now stand as testament to an age of unabashed luxury. Other castles, however, slipped into romantic ruin and now sit isolated on rocky outcrops ravaged by the attention of their ever-encroaching natural surroundings.

    The echoes of Welsh history resound back deep in time: prehistoric communities have left their mark in the passage graves and stone circles that can be visited. These bear witness to an age when the priestly Druids held temporal and spiritual sway over the Welsh Celts.

    Natural Beauty

    Natural beauty provides the perfect backdrop to your Welsh holiday, but it is a backdrop that constantly changes as the infinite variety of Welsh landscapes unfold as you travel.

    Wales offers you everything from the lush greens of the lowland meadows and the serene beauty of the river valleys to the rather more austere and foreboding landscapes of the moors and mountains.

    In the midst of it all the Cambrian Mountains culminate in the epic, soaring peaks of Snowdonia: a walker’s challenge if ever there was one. The peaks and troughs of the Brecon Beacons also provide the Sunday stroller, reluctant rambler and hard core hiker with plenty to enjoy too.

    If coastal views are your thing then Pembrokeshire’s golden beaches are dramatically separated by rocky bluffs and close to offshore bird colonies. Indeed, the Welsh coast is still wonderfully unspoilt and surprisingly uncrowded. It is not unusual to find yourself alone on a long sweep of sand, although, should you need the company, there are also plenty of traditional British seaside resorts with all the fun of the fair to enjoy.

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    Castles, stately homes, beaches, mountains, hiking, outdoor sports, rugby: Wales cries out to be explored.

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    Hotels in Cardiff (and vicinity)

    Park Plaza Cardiff - Cardiff Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Park Plaza Cardiff

    Grey friars Road, Cardiff - Map
     
     
    "Best hotel I have stayed in in Cardiff so far. "
    Massive clean airy room. Enormous bed. I did not eat at the hotel so can't comment. But the room was outstanding and I would defiantly stay again if I can afford it.
    Traveller from hampshire uk
    This hotel is within walking distance of Cardiff Castle, the Millennium Stadium and the National Museum of Wales. It is a …More
    Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff - Cardiff Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff

    Meridian Gate, Cardiff - Map
     
     
    "Ideally situated"
    We stayed here for a week, booking a business class room which while more expensive, provided enough perks to make up for the difference. Large room, great view over the city, with excellent service from front desk to breakfast staff. Great selection - and delicious food - for breakfast, with attentive staff. Only real hiccup during our stay was the TV which we did not use that much in any case; reception was bad at times, so bad could not watch, and while staff tried to repair, reception kept breaking up.
    Traveller from Canada
    Located in the heart of Cardiff, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff …More
    Hilton Cardiff - Cardiff Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Hilton Cardiff

    Kingsway, Cardiff - Map
     
     
    "Great location and excellent service all round."
    I have always stayed at Hilton during my visits to Cardiff. Its location is great and everything is easily accessible. The staff are very polite and helpful as always. The room and amenities are also top notch. There may be other cheaper priced hotels in Cardiff but once you have experienced Hilton I am sure nothing else matches up to it.
    A Traveller
    In the center of town, Hilton Cardiff is across from Cardiff Castle and around the corner from the main shopping district …More

    Hotels in North Wales

    Grand Hotel Llandudno - Llandudno Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Grand Hotel Llandudno

    Happy Valley Road, Llandudno - Map
     
     
    "good access to everything"
    althought the outside needs a kick up the backside looking very tired the hotel caters for all ages especially the seniors.overall our stay was really enjoyable the entertainment was good all the drinks were very competitive. As we we live just over an hour away will we shall definately make a booking next year hopefully room 107.lo
    Traveller from cheshire
    Nestled on the beach, this Llandudno hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Llandudno Pier, Llandudno Museum, and Great Orme …More
    Imperial Hotel - Llandudno Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Imperial Hotel

    Vaughan Street, Llandudno - Map
     
     
    "Nice hotel close to the beach"
    We went for our wedding anniversary and had a lovely time, the staff were very helpful and courteous and the weather was perfect!
    Traveller from Cheshire
    Situated near the bay, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Promenade and North Shore Beach. Llandudno …More
    St. George's Hotel - Llandudno Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    St. George's Hotel

    The Promenade, Llandudno - Map
     
     
    "Nice location opposite to the panare."
    Room is ok and comfortable but wasn't happy about the location of the room. As it was suppose to be on on the 2nd floor but was not as we needed to go down few more steps and was the only room in the middle of small hall way leading to a stair to the 1st floor. The view from the window was terrible you can see nothing but the wall of the back of the hotel. Not nice position for a guest room.
    Traveller from lancashire
    Located in Llandudno, this beachfront hotel is in the historical district and within a 5-minute walk of Promenade and …More

    Hotels in South Wales

    Caer Beris Manor - Builth Wells Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Caer Beris Manor

    Builth Wells, Builth Wells - Map
     
     
    "Great hotel - Excellent food."
    Stayed one night when the hotel was full. The staff were very welcoming and helpful (although one female member of the management was rather brusque and took staff away from the task of serving guests at a very busy time). We had a lovely stay and will certainly return.
    Traveller from Greater Manchester
    Situated in Builth Wells, this romantic hotel is within 16 mi (25 km) of The Cambrian Woollen Mill, Gigrin Farm Red Kite …More
    The Esplanade - Tenby Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    The Esplanade

    1 The Esplanade, Tenby - Map
     
     
    "Friendly hotel in a sea front position"
    I stayed on a short break with my sister. Very nice hotel, breakfast very good and the staff are friendly and helpful. The hotel is in a super position on the esplanade. Our room was a little tired but comfortable and spacious. Parking is cheap in the multi story car park about 100 yards away.
    Traveller from Cotswolds
    With direct access to the beach, this Tenby bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, Tenby …More
    Holiday Inn Express Swansea - East - Neath Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Holiday Inn Express Swansea - East

    Neath Road, Llandarcy, Neath - Map
     
     
    "Nice hotel and staff friendly. "
    Good breakfast Friendly staff On outskirts of town but fine if driving
    Traveller from toronto canada
    Situated in Llandarcy, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Neath Abbey Ruins, Gwyn Hall, and Victoria Gardens. Dylan Thomas …More