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Take a Staycation in Wales

With travel abroad looking increasingly unlikely for the year ahead, UK staycations are set to soar as people are eager for a change of scenery as lockdown restrictions ease.

Wales has some of the most captivating scenery in the UK and could be the perfect destination for UK holidaymakers this year, when rules allow.  With stunning landscapes, starry skies and Blue Flag beaches all ready to be explored. Described by Visit Wales, the official tourism website, as a place of natural drama. They list an abundance of things to do and places to visit, so you’re sure to have an unforgettable getaway.

Here at The Wanderlist we are proud to be showcasing you some of the best and unique places to stay in Wales, so what are you waiting for? Scroll down and get booking!


Cabans at Hide

The name Caban, is inspired by Welsh meeting rooms historically used at Welsh mines. These quirky hand-crafted Cabans nestle amongst trees, bushes and wildflowers on the Vale of Glamorgan Heritage Coastline. The perfect place to relax, unwind and reconnect with nature. Each Caban sleeps two guests.

Cabans at Hide – St Donats, South Glamorgan


The Wonder Wagon at Trelan Farm

The Wonder Wagon

The Wonder Wagon may look like a wood clad cabin, but it is actually a cleverly converted trailer. Quietly snuggled in the wilds of North Wales, it is a cosy bolthole perfect for two. With contemporary interiors, a private outdoor decking area and an indulgent outdoor bathtub perfect for a romantic evening ‘out’.

Trelan Farm – Mold, Flintshire


Prince Llywelyn Treehouse

Fulfil your childhood dream and stay in your very own treehouse. Prince Llywelyn can sleep up to 7 if two fancy braving it on the suspended indoor hammock. And the quirky features don’t stop there, it even houses its very own slide!

Prince Llywelyn Treehouse – Knighton, Powys


Stellar Safari Lodge

stellar safari

Luxury glamping at its best. Stellar Safari Lodge is the perfect destination for relaxation, stargazing and adventures. With your own private hot tub to dive into at the end of a busy day exploring, you’ll feel the stresses just melt away.

Stellar Safari Lodge – Rhayader, Powys


The Warren

Quirky hobbit style home in Wales

The Warren is an unforgettable quirky hobbit home with decadent interiors and oodles of natural light. Indulge in the circular spa bath, or dive into the private hot tub for some evening stargazing.

The Warren – Knighton, Powys


Ewe View

Ewe View - Unique cabin with views

An ideal escape for the whole family, this luxurious lodge enjoys breath-taking views over the Welsh rolling hills and even has its own play area for the kids! Ewe View features Indulgent interiors, spacious open plan living and scenic surroundings.

Ewe View – Llandrindod Wells, Powys


Y Capel

Romantic bathtub

This cosy cottage hideaway is bursting with history, dating back to 1860. Blending elegant interiors with original features, it is the height of romantic seclusion. With the highlight of a stay at Y Capel being a soak in the bespoke hammered copper bathtub.

Y Capel – Newtown, Powys


Plas Robin Rural Retreats

Plas Robin Rural Retreats

Stay in a luxury lodge at Plas Robin Rural Retreats, where you will feel at home as soon as you walk through the doors. Enjoy panoramic views, luxurious living spaces and a hot tub for evening stargazing.

Plas Robin Rural Retreats – Montgomery, Montgomeryshire


Hare’s Form

Unique glamping Pod in Wales

Panoramic views can be enjoyed from all angles at Hare’s Form. High up in the Radnorshire hills, this perfect pod is a serene space for relaxation. This is luxury glamping where you can sit and soak in the views with the ambling alpacas!

Hare’s Form – Presteigne, Powys


For more amazing Welsh getaways visit The Wanderlist and plan your next UK staycation.




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