If you’re looking for a holiday with a difference, then a big house to rent or a large cottage in Wales is a fabulous choice for your group of friends or family. The Big Domain offers several properties perfect for a celebration, from milestone birthdays and anniversaries to beautiful wedding venues. A luxury family holiday in Wales will deliver on everyone's wishes from southern Wales and Cardiff up to northern Wales and Snowdonia offering a huge range of breathtaking locations.
South Wales is a cosmopolitan destination with its lively city Cardiff offering all you’d associate from a thriving hub of culture. Here you can shop to your hearts content, relax in a café or take yourselves off to one of the many arts centres for an afternoons entertainment. And let’s not forget the infamous Millennium Stadium which exudes the most fantastic, welcoming atmosphere on match days.
West Wales encompasses the vibrant city of Swansea, with its beautiful bay, attractive waterfront and fantastic array of attractions including the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea Market and The Dylan Thomas Centre. Contrasting with the bustle of the city, the serene Gower peninsula presents vast sandy beaches and dramatic cliff walks. Visit Three Cliffs Bay and Rhossili Bay to take in some of the most striking beaches on the Gower.
The Pembrokeshire coast offers no end of adventure, from beautiful beaches to an abundance of wildlife, including the puffins of Skomer Island, there’s something for everyone. Pop in to St David’s the smallest city in the UK, whose diminutive size is compensated by its majestic cathedral. Roam the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and let your eyes be dazzled by the stunning views and rare coastal plants. The charming town of Tenby can’t be missed, with its colourful houses, pretty cove and historic old town. Take a boat trip out to sea to explore Ramsey Island or spot whales, dolphins and porpoises frolicking in the Celtic Deep.
Mid Wales boasts the undulating Brecon Beacons, a haven for walkers, cheerful market towns such as Builth Wells and the Ceredigion coast. The Brecon Beacons are home to the National Showcaves of Wales which offer an incredible underground experience.
Last but not least, North Wales is fast becoming one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations. It not only presents stunning scenery but is now the UK’s premier destination for family-friendly outdoor pursuits. The mountains of Snowdonia are a playground for hikers, while the coastline including the Isle of Anglesey showcase some fantastic surfing beaches and family friendly resorts.