A fine selection of holiday cottages, hotels, B&Bs, Inns, Lodges, Travelodges, Premier Inns etc across South and Mid Wales. Pictured is Rhossili Beach and Bay on the Gower Peninsula.
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South & Mid Wales, Visitor & Tourism Guide

National Parks and Natural Beauty, World Heritage and Caerleon
Home to two National Parks and two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the magnificent Roman Caerleon, South Wales is a delight.

The south and middle of Wales. Wales/England border to the east. North Wales to the north and the Bristol Channel to the south.*

The South & Mid Wales region consists of Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Merthyr Tydfil, Monmouthshire, Neath Port Talbot, Newport, Pembrokeshire, Powys, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Swansea, Torfaen and the Vale of Glamorgan.

Pembrokeshire Coast and Brecons, Wye and Gower
Pembrokeshire Coast is, as the name suggests, a superb coastal National Park. The Brecon Beacons are four magnificent ranges of mountains. The Gower is a stunning peninsula know for its sandy beaches. The Wye Valley is home to Tintern Abbey, inspiration to the Romantic poet William Wordsworth.

UNESCO World Heritage
Clearly, World Heritage sites are essential visiting. Blaenavon is on the fringe of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Cathedrals and castles
St David's Cathedral is essential visiting, Tintern Abbey sits in an impressive setting. The region's rich in historic buildings. Try Cardiff Castle and Caerphilly Castle, Castell Coch and . Raglan Castle is magnificent.

Mountains and water
In mid Wales, explore the Elan Valley Reservoirs and Dams, in the Brecons climb Pen y Fan.

Other attractions
When exploring the region, we'd also recommend National Botanical Garden of Wales and Tenby Harbour, Rhossili Beach & Bay and Pentre Ifan.

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* Please note that some other sites and travel guides divide Wales into 4 regions (North, Mid, West and South) or 3 regions (North, West and South). A region is a loosely defined term and this section is intended to carve Wales into more manageable chunks of travel and tourism information.

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Ty Du Granary
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Approximately 1.4 miles away.

Rates: 254 - 491 Per Week

Nestling on a 20 acre smallholding (pictured) with hill sheep in the foothills of the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park this little cottage is perfect for walkers and nature lovers. Within easy reach ar...

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Black Mountain Lodge, Powys
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Approximately 2.8 miles away.

Total Rooms: 13; Rates: 63 - 95 Per Night

This lovely, old stone building is at the foothills of the Black Mountains amid beautiful countryside and views of the Brecon Beacons It has a restful feel and comfortable rooms...

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Seven Stars, Hay On Wye
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Approximately 4.4 miles away.

Total Rooms: 9; Rates: 80 - 95 Per Night

Set in the beautiful Welsh countryside, this characteristic 16th century building has been transformed into a comfortable guest house, whilst still maintaining many of its original features, including oak beams and thick...

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