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The best places to stay in South and Mid Wales are privately owned and full of personality, with excellent, good value food. Look out for local lamb, Black Beef and superb farm-produced cheeses.

Cross the Severn Bridge and you are soon in the Wye Valley or the Vale of Usk with the Brecon Beacons, where we have several recommendations, and Black Mountains beyond.

Or drop down to Cardiff, where there are highly recommendable places to stay, and Swansea, or rather Penarth, an unlikely setting for an excellent boutique hotel and spa.

The Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons encompasses a large area of ground in mid Wales, and is one of its most popular tourist destinations. The National Park covers some 520 square miles and is a mecca for walkers and cyclists. The landscape is stunning with old sandstone forming four distinct ranges of hills, interspersed with major river valleys.

The Felin Fach Griffin is our top choice amongst the best places to stay here. This gastropub has a laid back atmosphere with squashy leather sofas surrounding a warming open fire, simple, stylish food and country style bedrooms with supremely comfy beds. Just what's required after a day in the hills!

The Wye Valley

Another huge draw to this area of Wales is the Wye Valley. Stretching from mid Wales to Chepstow, it runs a picturesque course through typically British countryside.

Obviously a must for keen walkers, the area also boasts great fishing and of course the only literary festival to be seen at - the Hay on Wye Festival.

Also not to be left out is the spectacular Tintern Abbey, whose ethereal ruins are well worth the trip.

The best places to stay in south and mid wales, if you're visiting the Wye Valley include the Bell at Skenfrith and Whitebrook Restaurant with Rooms, with its Michelin starred dining. Builth Wells is also a good option set at the top end of the valley.

Swansea, Mumbles and The Gower Peninsula

Swansea is not the most beautiful city in Wales, but it is situated on Swansea Bay, a five mile swathe of stunning beach. It also offers the National Waterfront Museum and for fans of "Under Milk Wood", the Dylan Thomas Centre.

Venture to the southern tip of Swansea Bay and you'll reach Mumbles. This pretty seaside village is often referred to as the gateway to the Gower Peninsula and has a good range of boutiques, galleries, cafes and restaurants.

The Gower Peninsuta is famous for its gorgeous sandy beaches and coastline and is particularly popular with walkers and surfers alike.

Can't find what you're looking for in our selection of the best places to stay in South and Mid Wales? Take a look at our West Wales list.

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  • Morgans Hotel 42 rooms from $111

    Swansea

    Boutique chic comes to rejuvenated Swansea. Individually styled rooms perfectly mix traditional and contemporary styles. Some feature heavy four poster beds. Modern light and airy bathrooms. Swansea's only Champagne Bar and an excellent restaurant make this a stylish choice.

    Value chic  -  An upmarket boutique option, with fourposter beds, balconies and orginal wooden flooring- at a very reasonable price.
    Surfing  -  Beaches at Gower Peninsular have excellent surf conditions, plus the hotel provides packed lunches!
    Sights nearby  -  Just 13 miles away is Gower Peninsular, Britain's first named Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    Great walks  -  Stroll around Clyde Gardens and admire the exotic plants, a lovely way to pass the afternoon.
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  • Bell at Skenfrith 11 rooms from $208

    Monmouthshire, South and Mid Wales

    Monmouthshire old coaching inn turned stylish hideaway - perfect for the great outdoors. Charmingly quaint rooms with chic touches. Superb food straight from the organic kitchen garden. Relaxed atmosphere, family friendly and perfect for outdoorsy types.

    Foodies  -  The simple, uunpretentious menu hits the right note everytime thanks to the full flavours of locally sourced organic produce.
    Hideaway  -  With no mobile phone reception and a deep-black star-lit sky at night this truly a retreat from everyday life.
    Country Escape  -  Surrounded by beautiful lush gardens complete with fragrant orchard and superb kitchen garden.
    Great walks  -  Circular walks from the door. Special walking break packages available.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays, Johansens
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  • Penally Abbey 11 rooms from $208

    Pembrokeshire, South and Mid Wales

    18th Century Victorian home turned family-friendly boutique hotel with glorious views over Tenby's South beach. Having undergone an extensive refurb, rooms and suites are beautiful; classic luxury and elegance with plenty of original features. Fine dining offers the best of local produce.

    Full of character  -  The property has many original features including hand carved fireplaces, gothic style windows and much more
    Local markets  -  Wander the medieval streets of Tenby and find hidden local treasures in antique and craft stores.
    Fishing  -  Book a sea fishing trip from one of the many boats in Tenby Harbour.
    Great walks  -  Discover the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path come rain or shine.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays, Fodors
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  • Morgans Townhouse 22 rooms from $85

    Swansea, South and Mid Wales

    Modernist annexe to Morgan's Hotel. Individually styled rooms with parquet floors, crisp white linen and flat screen TVs. The adjoining hotel provides style and entertainment with a slick Champagne Bar and smart yet laid backed dining. Ideally equipped for a both business and weekend getaway.

    Value chic  -  Stylish contemporary hotel with smart bar and restaurant, at a reasonable price.
    Great walks  -  Take a stroll around the stunning Clyde Gardens for a breath of fresh air and an exotic array of plants.
    Sights nearby  -  Near Gower Peninsular, Britain's first named Area of Outsanding Natural Beauty.
    Surfing  -  Ideal conditions at Gower Peninsular beaches.
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  • Gwesty Cymru 8 rooms from $117

    Ceredigion, South and Mid Wales

    A boutique seaside hotel with a strong sense of Welsh identity and impressive sea views. Traditional stone walls sit alongside contemporary fittings. A laid backed restaurant serves up excellent local food. Perfectly situated to make the most of this corner of Wales.

    Local exploring  -  Chic hotel with local flare- Welsh handmade oak furniture, Welsh slate accents and bedrooms adorned with local oil paintings.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Aberystwyth’s 12th Century Castle, steeped in local history and folk lore.
    Great walks  -  Walk along the Wales Coastal Path to the sandy dunes of Ynyslas.
    Sailing  -  Take a boat trip from New Quay for some dolphin spotting.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
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  • The Corran Resort & Spa 21 rooms from $272

    Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, South and Mid Wales

    Converted 16th century dairy farm in the depths of South West Wales. Exceptionally generously sized rooms and suites. Heavy wooden beams and exposed brick walls sit against contemporary furniture and fittings. Award winning restaurant serves Welsh cuisine. Extensive spa. An excellent choice.

    Back to Nature  -  A lovely country resort surrounded by the ocean, the Towy estuary, and acres of marshland.
    Total relaxation  -  Totally unwind with luxorious spa, hot tub, swimming pool and miles of lovely walking.
    Great walks  -  Bring your wellies and you pooch and head out to the surrounding marshlands for some scenic walking.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
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  • Whitebrook Restaurant with Rooms 8 rooms from $349

    Nr Monmouth, South and Mid Wales

    Refined Michelin starred restaurant with rooms set in peaceful Welsh valley. Modern rooms with large comfortable beds and luxury bathrooms. Friendly service, understated setting and exceptional cuisine often using locally foraged produce. A real culinary treat.

    Foodies  -  A phenomanal Michelin starred restaurant serving up locally sourced seasonal produce, crafted to technical perfection.
    Local exploring  -  Ideal base for exploring Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. As well as local rambling through the woods.
    Great walks  -  Pack some wellies and walk directly from the hotel through St Margarets Wood.
    Sights nearby  -  Tintern Abbey and Raglan Castle are nearby, and worth checking out.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays
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  • Fairyhill 8 rooms from $261

    Swansea, South and Mid Wales

    A handsome rural retreat, with an award winning restaurant. Contemporary rooms boasting stripped wallpaper, crisp linen and beamed ceilings. Set in well established and expansive grounds, placed in an exceptional corner of Wales. Friendly and attentive service. An ideal country escape.

    Country Escape  -  Stomp through the rugged country, return for a drink by the fire in the cosy bar, and finally retire to your plush bed.
    Foodies  -  A highly acclaimed Welsh restaurant serving beautifully crafted local delights and Wales' finest wines.
    Great walks  -  Pack your boots and head out on the Gower Peninsular, marked as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    Surfing  -  Some of the best surfing in Wales is along this stretch of coast.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
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  • The Cawdor 23 rooms from $85

    Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, South and Mid Wales

    A landmark building in the lovely village of Llandeilo. Large rooms mix contemporary design with a traditional feel. High ceilings with criss-crossing wooden beams. The large bar sells regional drinks and the restaurant serves up wholesome welsh food. An ideal base for exploring Wales.

    Country Escape  -  A cosy hotel with plenty of walking opportunities from the Brecon Beacon National Park to Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay.
    Great walks  -  Just outside the town find yourself in stunning countryside with endless walking options.
    Sights nearby  -  Nearby attractions include the medieval Dinefwr and Carreg Cennen castles.
    Full of character
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  • Crug-Glas 7 rooms from $195

    Nr. St. Davids, South and Mid Wales

    A gorgeous country retreat, set in 600 acres of farmland on the Pembrokeshire coast. The luxurious 7 room boutique hotel boasts stunning views and fantastic home cooking in the family run restaurant. A gem for short stays, weddings and private parties.

    Great walks  -  The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is the only section of coastline in the UK to be designated a National Park.
    Birdwatching  -  Local walking routes weave along a rich marine haven for off-shore birds.
    Cycling  -  The 100-mile Tour of Pembrokeshire is fast becoming a must-do event.
    Wildlife Area  -  Pembrokeshire coast home to seals, birds, porpoises and dolphins.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
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  • The Angel Hotel 35 rooms from $145

    Abergavenny, South and Mid Wales

    The family run Angel Hotel, located in the centre of Abergavenny offers stylish, well decorated rooms, fine dining and a fantastic base on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. A lovely wedding venue with private Castle Cottage and a 10min drive from partner Michelin-starred restaurant the Walnut Tree.

    Cycling  -  Cyclists are well catered for in both Blaenavon World Heritage Site and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
    Other Activities  -  Dozens of local gardens open as part of the National Garden Scheme.
    Sights nearby  -  Spend a whole day in Blaenavon World Heritage Site
    Great walks  -  On the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
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  • Canaston Oaks 7 rooms from $172

    Pembrokeshire, South and Mid Wales

    Set in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, Canaston Oaks has a collection of converted traditional farm stables. Each room has a flat-screen TV, en suite bathroom, an iPod docking station, and free Wi-Fi. Plenty of good walks and the charming local town of Narbeth is just 3 miles away.

    Sights nearby  -  13-mile hill range is dotted with its own prehistoric sites and enlivened by craggy outcrops.
    Local markets  -  Visit a range of great food shops on the high street of Narberth
    Other Activities  -  On the doorstep of Oakwood Theme Park
    Learning  -  Visit the local Caffle brewery
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
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  • Browns Hotel 14 rooms from $98

    Laugharne, South and Mid Wales

    Built in 1752 and forever linked to poet and writer Dylan Thomas, Brown's Hotel is now an iconic literary address. The rooms have been elegantly refurbished and the bar is stocked with plenty of Welsh ales. An ideal place to stay for any Thomas fans looking to relive and explore his past.

    Full of character  -  Was favourite watering hole of poet and writer Dylan Thomas
    Great walks  -  Follow the lovely two-mile 'Dylan Thomas Birthday Walk'
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the magnificent Laugharne Castle
    Birdwatching  -  Birdwatching at the Grist
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
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  • Patricks with Rooms 16 rooms from $150

    Mumbles, South and Mid Wales

    Just a stones throw from the beach, Patricks with Rooms has wonderful views across Mumbles Bay. The restaurant serves modern British dishes with local seafood. The Lounge Bar offers afternoon teas and hearty full English breakfasts. A great base for the family looking to explore the Swansea coast.

    Golf  -  5 minutes from Clyne and Llangland Bay Golf Clubs
    Watersports  -  360 Beach and Watersports just 15mins away.
    Scuba course  -  Ocean Quest Scuba Club nearby
    Other Activities  -  Mumbles Amateur Rowing Club
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
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  • Coedllys Country House 3 rooms from $130

    Carmarthenshire, South and Mid Wales

    Guests will fall in love with the animals and the owners of this charming B&B. Rooms are decorated in a traditional farmhouse style with brass beds, floral wallpaper and furnishings and stunning views of the Welsh countryside. Breakfast and afternoon tea are served. An animal enthusiasts dream!

    Sights nearby  -  The Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where the acclaimed writer spent the last years of his life is just a short drive away.
    Great walks  -  The Wales Coast Path traverses the rugged beauty of the welsh coastline.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over the age of 12 are permitted.
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
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See all » 1 hotel in Swansea

  • Morgans Hotel 42 rooms from $111

    Swansea

    Boutique chic comes to rejuvenated Swansea. Individually styled rooms perfectly mix traditional and contemporary styles. Some feature heavy four poster beds. Modern light and airy bathrooms. Swansea's only Champagne Bar and an excellent restaurant make this a stylish choice.

    Value chic  -  An upmarket boutique option, with fourposter beds, balconies and orginal wooden flooring- at a very reasonable price.
    Surfing  -  Beaches at Gower Peninsular have excellent surf conditions, plus the hotel provides packed lunches!
    Sights nearby  -  Just 13 miles away is Gower Peninsular, Britain's first named Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    Great walks  -  Stroll around Clyde Gardens and admire the exotic plants, a lovely way to pass the afternoon.
    Check prices

See all » Other hotels in South and Mid Wales

  • Bell at Skenfrith 11 rooms from $208

    Monmouthshire, South and Mid Wales

    Monmouthshire old coaching inn turned stylish hideaway - perfect for the great outdoors. Charmingly quaint rooms with chic touches. Superb food straight from the organic kitchen garden. Relaxed atmosphere, family friendly and perfect for outdoorsy types.

    Foodies  -  The simple, uunpretentious menu hits the right note everytime thanks to the full flavours of locally sourced organic produce.
    Hideaway  -  With no mobile phone reception and a deep-black star-lit sky at night this truly a retreat from everyday life.
    Country Escape  -  Surrounded by beautiful lush gardens complete with fragrant orchard and superb kitchen garden.
    Great walks  -  Circular walks from the door. Special walking break packages available.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays, Johansens
    Check prices
  • Penally Abbey 11 rooms from $208

    Pembrokeshire, South and Mid Wales

    18th Century Victorian home turned family-friendly boutique hotel with glorious views over Tenby's South beach. Having undergone an extensive refurb, rooms and suites are beautiful; classic luxury and elegance with plenty of original features. Fine dining offers the best of local produce.

    Full of character  -  The property has many original features including hand carved fireplaces, gothic style windows and much more
    Local markets  -  Wander the medieval streets of Tenby and find hidden local treasures in antique and craft stores.
    Fishing  -  Book a sea fishing trip from one of the many boats in Tenby Harbour.
    Great walks  -  Discover the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path come rain or shine.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays, Fodors
    Check prices
  • Morgans Townhouse 22 rooms from $85

    Swansea, South and Mid Wales

    Modernist annexe to Morgan's Hotel. Individually styled rooms with parquet floors, crisp white linen and flat screen TVs. The adjoining hotel provides style and entertainment with a slick Champagne Bar and smart yet laid backed dining. Ideally equipped for a both business and weekend getaway.

    Value chic  -  Stylish contemporary hotel with smart bar and restaurant, at a reasonable price.
    Great walks  -  Take a stroll around the stunning Clyde Gardens for a breath of fresh air and an exotic array of plants.
    Sights nearby  -  Near Gower Peninsular, Britain's first named Area of Outsanding Natural Beauty.
    Surfing  -  Ideal conditions at Gower Peninsular beaches.
    Check prices
  • Gwesty Cymru 8 rooms from $117

    Ceredigion, South and Mid Wales

    A boutique seaside hotel with a strong sense of Welsh identity and impressive sea views. Traditional stone walls sit alongside contemporary fittings. A laid backed restaurant serves up excellent local food. Perfectly situated to make the most of this corner of Wales.

    Local exploring  -  Chic hotel with local flare- Welsh handmade oak furniture, Welsh slate accents and bedrooms adorned with local oil paintings.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Aberystwyth’s 12th Century Castle, steeped in local history and folk lore.
    Great walks  -  Walk along the Wales Coastal Path to the sandy dunes of Ynyslas.
    Sailing  -  Take a boat trip from New Quay for some dolphin spotting.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
    Check prices
  • The Corran Resort & Spa 21 rooms from $272

    Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, South and Mid Wales

    Converted 16th century dairy farm in the depths of South West Wales. Exceptionally generously sized rooms and suites. Heavy wooden beams and exposed brick walls sit against contemporary furniture and fittings. Award winning restaurant serves Welsh cuisine. Extensive spa. An excellent choice.

    Back to Nature  -  A lovely country resort surrounded by the ocean, the Towy estuary, and acres of marshland.
    Total relaxation  -  Totally unwind with luxorious spa, hot tub, swimming pool and miles of lovely walking.
    Great walks  -  Bring your wellies and you pooch and head out to the surrounding marshlands for some scenic walking.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Check prices
  • Whitebrook Restaurant with Rooms 8 rooms from $349

    Nr Monmouth, South and Mid Wales

    Refined Michelin starred restaurant with rooms set in peaceful Welsh valley. Modern rooms with large comfortable beds and luxury bathrooms. Friendly service, understated setting and exceptional cuisine often using locally foraged produce. A real culinary treat.

    Foodies  -  A phenomanal Michelin starred restaurant serving up locally sourced seasonal produce, crafted to technical perfection.
    Local exploring  -  Ideal base for exploring Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. As well as local rambling through the woods.
    Great walks  -  Pack some wellies and walk directly from the hotel through St Margarets Wood.
    Sights nearby  -  Tintern Abbey and Raglan Castle are nearby, and worth checking out.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays
    Check prices
  • Fairyhill 8 rooms from $261

    Swansea, South and Mid Wales

    A handsome rural retreat, with an award winning restaurant. Contemporary rooms boasting stripped wallpaper, crisp linen and beamed ceilings. Set in well established and expansive grounds, placed in an exceptional corner of Wales. Friendly and attentive service. An ideal country escape.

    Country Escape  -  Stomp through the rugged country, return for a drink by the fire in the cosy bar, and finally retire to your plush bed.
    Foodies  -  A highly acclaimed Welsh restaurant serving beautifully crafted local delights and Wales' finest wines.
    Great walks  -  Pack your boots and head out on the Gower Peninsular, marked as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    Surfing  -  Some of the best surfing in Wales is along this stretch of coast.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
    Check prices
  • The Cawdor 23 rooms from $85

    Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, South and Mid Wales

    A landmark building in the lovely village of Llandeilo. Large rooms mix contemporary design with a traditional feel. High ceilings with criss-crossing wooden beams. The large bar sells regional drinks and the restaurant serves up wholesome welsh food. An ideal base for exploring Wales.

    Country Escape  -  A cosy hotel with plenty of walking opportunities from the Brecon Beacon National Park to Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay.
    Great walks  -  Just outside the town find yourself in stunning countryside with endless walking options.
    Sights nearby  -  Nearby attractions include the medieval Dinefwr and Carreg Cennen castles.
    Full of character
    Check prices
  • Crug-Glas 7 rooms from $195

    Nr. St. Davids, South and Mid Wales

    A gorgeous country retreat, set in 600 acres of farmland on the Pembrokeshire coast. The luxurious 7 room boutique hotel boasts stunning views and fantastic home cooking in the family run restaurant. A gem for short stays, weddings and private parties.

    Great walks  -  The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is the only section of coastline in the UK to be designated a National Park.
    Birdwatching  -  Local walking routes weave along a rich marine haven for off-shore birds.
    Cycling  -  The 100-mile Tour of Pembrokeshire is fast becoming a must-do event.
    Wildlife Area  -  Pembrokeshire coast home to seals, birds, porpoises and dolphins.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
    Check prices
  • The Angel Hotel 35 rooms from $145

    Abergavenny, South and Mid Wales

    The family run Angel Hotel, located in the centre of Abergavenny offers stylish, well decorated rooms, fine dining and a fantastic base on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. A lovely wedding venue with private Castle Cottage and a 10min drive from partner Michelin-starred restaurant the Walnut Tree.

    Cycling  -  Cyclists are well catered for in both Blaenavon World Heritage Site and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
    Other Activities  -  Dozens of local gardens open as part of the National Garden Scheme.
    Sights nearby  -  Spend a whole day in Blaenavon World Heritage Site
    Great walks  -  On the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
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  • Canaston Oaks 7 rooms from $172

    Pembrokeshire, South and Mid Wales

    Set in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, Canaston Oaks has a collection of converted traditional farm stables. Each room has a flat-screen TV, en suite bathroom, an iPod docking station, and free Wi-Fi. Plenty of good walks and the charming local town of Narbeth is just 3 miles away.

    Sights nearby  -  13-mile hill range is dotted with its own prehistoric sites and enlivened by craggy outcrops.
    Local markets  -  Visit a range of great food shops on the high street of Narberth
    Other Activities  -  On the doorstep of Oakwood Theme Park
    Learning  -  Visit the local Caffle brewery
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
    Check prices
  • Browns Hotel 14 rooms from $98

    Laugharne, South and Mid Wales

    Built in 1752 and forever linked to poet and writer Dylan Thomas, Brown's Hotel is now an iconic literary address. The rooms have been elegantly refurbished and the bar is stocked with plenty of Welsh ales. An ideal place to stay for any Thomas fans looking to relive and explore his past.

    Full of character  -  Was favourite watering hole of poet and writer Dylan Thomas
    Great walks  -  Follow the lovely two-mile 'Dylan Thomas Birthday Walk'
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the magnificent Laugharne Castle
    Birdwatching  -  Birdwatching at the Grist
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
    Check prices
  • Patricks with Rooms 16 rooms from $150

    Mumbles, South and Mid Wales

    Just a stones throw from the beach, Patricks with Rooms has wonderful views across Mumbles Bay. The restaurant serves modern British dishes with local seafood. The Lounge Bar offers afternoon teas and hearty full English breakfasts. A great base for the family looking to explore the Swansea coast.

    Golf  -  5 minutes from Clyne and Llangland Bay Golf Clubs
    Watersports  -  360 Beach and Watersports just 15mins away.
    Scuba course  -  Ocean Quest Scuba Club nearby
    Other Activities  -  Mumbles Amateur Rowing Club
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
    Check prices
  • Coedllys Country House 3 rooms from $130

    Carmarthenshire, South and Mid Wales

    Guests will fall in love with the animals and the owners of this charming B&B. Rooms are decorated in a traditional farmhouse style with brass beds, floral wallpaper and furnishings and stunning views of the Welsh countryside. Breakfast and afternoon tea are served. An animal enthusiasts dream!

    Sights nearby  -  The Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where the acclaimed writer spent the last years of his life is just a short drive away.
    Great walks  -  The Wales Coast Path traverses the rugged beauty of the welsh coastline.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over the age of 12 are permitted.
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
    Check prices