The largest city in Wales, Cardiff is also the capital of Wales and is a popular tourist centre in the United Kingdom. Once an industrial city, Cardiff is now a lovely modern capital attracting tourists with its Welsh culture and history. A green city, Cardiff has the most green space per capita in the UK and is home to 5 different castles within its centre and surrounds. With a great range of accommodation options available for all budgets, visitors can stay surrounded by the greenery and castles of Cardiff. Host to a number of large festivals, popular events and major sporting events, getting accommodation can be competitive when an event comes to town. View Cardiff Hotel Map
Renowned as the city by the sea, Swansea is situated on the south coast of Wales and is the gateway to the stunning Gower Peninsula. The second largest city in Wales, Swansea is the first designated area of outstanding natural beauty in the UK. A popular place to holiday and relax by the sea, there is a great range of accommodation options along the award winning beaches and nestled in the unspoilt countryside. The buzzing city of Swansea also offers plenty of motels, hotels, apartments and B& Bs within easy reach of some of the best golfing, walking, cycling and watersports in the UK.
Located in north west Wales, Gwynedd is one of the most popular outdoor and hiking holiday destinations in the United Kingdom. Famous as the home of Bangor University, the scenic Llyn Peninsula and Cambrian Coastline, most visitors to Gwynedd go there for the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. Offering a great range of accommodation options including hotels, motels, apartments, retreats, B&Bs and lodges, Gwynedd is a mountainous destination boasting some of the most stunning coastal scenery in Wales and punctuated by craggy cratered landscapes. It also has a reputation for producing some of the finest Welsh cheese, meat and fish.