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South Wales Accommodation

Discover Great Places to Stay in South Wales

Accommodation South Wales

Welcome to our definitive guide for unique and luxury accommodation and eclectic places to stay in South Wales. We are proud to present a curated selection of the finest accommodations in South Wales. Our listings encompass the best holiday cottages, welcoming bed and breakfasts, charming guest houses, top-notch hotels, luxury caravan rentals, serene farm holiday experiences, comfortable holiday apartments, and premium luxury glamping and lodge retreats. Explore our carefully chosen collection to discover your ideal South Wales getaway.

Picturesque Picturesque South Wales accommodation is available from Newport in the South Wales Valleys down to the coastal resorts of Swansea Bay and the Gower Peninsula, and Cardiff. Other popular places to stay in South Wales include the towns of Barry and Barry Island.

South Wales Tourist Information

Best known as the industrial heartlands of Wales, the South Wales Valleys aren’t perhaps the most obvious choice for a holiday in Wales. Yet appearances can be deceptive, and this region has plenty to offer holidaymakers, from historical places of interest to thrills, spills, and adventures for the outdoor enthusiast. The old mines, steel plants, and ironworks may no longer be operating, but this part of Wales still has a vibrant energy and a zest for life that is evident to all who visit.

Heritage Centres

The industrial past has shaped so much of the South Wales Valleys that it’s no surprise that heritage is reflected in many of the region’s tourist attractions. The Big Pit National Coal Museum is fascinating and educational, and the underground tour shows visitors just what it was like to work so far beneath the colliery grounds. Nearby, the Blaenavon Ironworks, the setting for the BBC series, Coal House, offers an insight into what it was like to work and live here. Further south, at Llantrisant, The Royal Mint Experience is one of the most exciting museum experiences in the country, highlighting the history of British coinage through the ages, with a factory tour showing modern coins being produced.