Why Last Minute in Wales?
Wales - a perfect last minute destination
Being just over 2 hours from London and an hour from Manchester - Wales is perfect for weekend and mid week breaks. Choose from great destinations such as the Wye Valley, Carmarthenshire countryside, the Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay coastlines or Snowdonia and the surrounding countryside.
There's plenty to do whilst on your Welsh break - Walk some of the famous 'All Wales Coast Path' for spectacular coastal views, hike up Snowdonia and experience Wales from the very top or if a more laid back approach is what's required why not just relax on one of our award winning beaches and soak up the sound of the waves breaking onto the shoreline.
Many people that book last minute prefer a short journey especially if only coming to Wales for two or three nights. Pretty much all of our Country is accessible by car within 3 hours if you are based near the Welsh borders, the M4 corridor or along the M5 from Bristol up to Manchester. Even the far reaches of the west coast of Pembrokeshire can be done in just over 3 hours from Swindon.
Our last minute properties offer great value for money and can often beat Bed and Breakfast prices when four or more guests are holidaying together for a few nights or more. Out of season prices can often start at less than£6 per person per night - based on 8 sharing for 7 nights, so even if you only want to stay 3 nights it can cost less than £40 per person per night based on 8 sharing.
See our extensive guides below for more about what Wales has to offer...
Carmarthenshire - West Wales
- Aberglasney Gardens
- Burry Port (Town)
- Cenarth (Town)
- Millenium Coastal Park
- National Botanic Gardens of Wales
- Newcastle Emlyn (Town)
Ceredigion (formerly Cardiganshire) - West Wales
- Aberaeron (Town)
- Aberporth (Town)
- Llangrannog (Town)
- Mwnt near Cardigan, (Beach and Chruch)
- New Quay (Town)
- Penbryn Beach
- Tresaith (Town)
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
- Abercastle near St Davids (Beach)
- Abereiddy near St Davids (Beach)
- Abermawr near Mathry (Beach)
- Aberfelin (Aberdraw) near Trefin & St Davids (Beach)
- Ceibwr Bay near Moylegrove (Beach)
- Caerbwdy Bay near St Davids (Beach)
- Caerfai Bay near St Davids (Beach)
- Cwm yr Eglwys near Dinas (Beach)
- Dolls House Museum Newport
- Fishguard, Lower Town Harbour & Fort
- Harry Potter's Shell House at Freshwater West
- Llawhaden (Town)
- Milford Haven - Marina & 2008 Sea Fair
- Moylegrove (Village)
- Narberth (Town)
- Nevern (Village)
- Nevern Castle - Archeological Dig
- Newport (Town)
- Newport Parrog (Old Harbour)
- North Pembrokeshire's Beaches & Coastline
- Picton Castle and Gardens
- Poppit Sands near St Dogmaels (Beach)
- Porthclais Harbour near St Davids
- Porthgain (Harbour and Village)
- Preseli Hills
- Pwllgwaelod near Dinas (Beach)
- St Davids (City)
- St Dogmaels (Town)
- St Dogmael's Abbey
- Sandy Haven Beach, Estuary & Herbrandston Village
- Saundersfoot (Town)
- Skrinkle Haven near Manorbier (Beach)
- Solva (Town)
- South Pembrokeshire's Beaches & Coastline
- Strumble Head (Lighthouse)
- Tenby (Town)
- Trefin (Village)
- Wood Park Off-road (4X4 Centre)
Powys - Mid Wales
Links to over 3000 things to do and see in Wales
Covering three counties, West Wales has some great attractions including the National Botanic Garden of Wales, The Pembrokeshire National Park and also the Dolphin Coast in Ceredigion.
Carmarthenshire which is home to The National Botanic Garden of Wales is some four hours from London along the M4 and offers some great countryside and coastal areas to explore.
Our Carmarthenshire Guide
Ceredigion is further North West than Carmarthenshire and is home to the Dolphin Coast which as the name suggests is a good dolphin spotting area, this length of unspoilt coastline stretches from Cardigan in the South to Aberystwyth in the North. Further inland is Red Kite Country where these majestic birds of prey can be seen circling around the hill tops.
Our Ceredigion Guide
Pembrokeshire is the furthest Western County in Wales and is the home of the Pembrokeshire National Park, the only truly coastal national park in the UK. Pembrokeshire is also the home of the Preseli Hills, famous for the bluestones at Stonehenge.
Our Pembrokeshire Guide
Covering two counties, Mid Wales is the gateway to Wales and offers great attractions. There are the annual book festival at Hay on Wye, the Wye Valley and also the Forest of Dean to visit.
Powys is the home of the Hay on Wye Book Festival and also the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Our Powys Guide
Monmouthshire has the infamous Wye Valley and the Forrest of Dean to explore, plus many towns and villages.
Our Wye Valley Guide
Covering an area from Aberystwyth to Anglesey and across to Wrexham and Newtown, North Wales is home to the Snowdonia National Park and also the Centre for Alternative Technology.
Anglesey is a small island of the North West coast of Wales with a rich heritage and beautiful scenery.
Our Isle of Anglesey Guide
Conwy and Gwynedd are home to the Snowdonia National Park and the highest peak in Wales, Snowdon Mountain.
Conwy & Gwynedd Guide
Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham have some great attractions also, including the Seaquarium and the Prestatyn Walking Festival.
Our Denbighshire, Flintshire & Wrexham Guide
South Wales & the Valleys
Previously the industrial and mining areas of Wales, South Wales and the Valleys are now opening up to tourism and have some great places to visit.
Our South Wales guide includes information on The Big Pit, National Showcaves for Wales and much, much more.
Our South Wales Guide