One phrase you will hear time and time again from the moment you arrive in Wales in Croeso I Gymru, which simply means ‘welcome to Wales’. You will be saying it like a native as the friendliness of the Welsh people and the amount of times it is said to you means you will pick it up without a thought. The Welsh are extremely proud of their wonderful country and it gives you the perfect blend of coast and country, and is fast becoming a firm favourite amongst those who choose to staycation for their summer holidays.
When you think of all the different elements that go into a family holiday it is little wonder that these are the memories that last us a lifetime. The freedom of a self-catering holiday in Wales is one the main things that gives you the chance to get out and explore the country or coast without being tied to any hotel itineraries and there is no better way of spending quality time together whilst also enjoying freedom and privacy than looking into renting Wales holiday cottages.
There are so many benefits to renting a Welsh holiday cottage that it is easier to that there are no reasons not to. These spacious and comfortable holiday homes are the perfect base to both relax and recharge those batteries and to use as the catalyst for exploring Wales. The whole family can relax in a holiday cottage and you don’t have to tidy up every day before the maid arrives as you would in a hotel.
Cottages in Wales are peppered across the country and whether you are looking for a cosy cottage for two or a multiple bedroomed establishment where two families can holiday together you will be able to find exactly what you are looking for. You can expect to find in each and every cottage all modern conveniences and a good standard of cleanliness and décor. Many of these have private owners who will spend their own holidays here so they are going to be kept in excellent condition.
The freedom to come and go as you please and not having to keep shushing the children so they don’t disturb anyone is priceless. Whether you choose one by the coast or in the country there will invariably be outdoor space where the children can expend their energy on days you choose to stay put, and which makes a welcome retreat for parents to sit and enjoy a glass of wine in the evenings when the little ones are sound asleep after being on the go all day.
If you do manage to tear yourself away from your cottage there are numerous activities for the whole family throughout Wales. Pembrokeshire boasts the outstanding Oakwood Theme Park, whilst Anglesey has a marvelous Sea Zoo. These are just two of the many attractions in Wales and there simply isn’t enough room here to list them all, but a quick internet search will give you all the info you need to have some great days out whilst on you Welsh cottage holiday.