Autumn breaks

Our chefs adore the autumn months. There’s so much wonderful Welsh produce to enjoy – ripe fruit and vegetables, delicious game, succulent cheese and more. Head for the deciduous woodlands of Snowdonia or the Wye Valley, where the oaks and beeches give a marvellous show of autumn colour. 

You’ll feel like a kid again as you scrunch through the fallen leaves.

The Garreg-ddu dam in the Elan Valley with golden and red autumn foliage behind.

10 things to do in autumn

Discover what makes autumn in Wales so special.

Trees at Powis Castle, with autumn colour

10 leaf peeping spots

Wales in autumn is wonderful. Check out these great spots for breath-taking autumn views.

Wye Valley in autumn near Builth Wells, close to Wye Valley Walk

Autumn walking routes

Over the river and through the woods. There are endless ideas for glorious autumn walks in Wales.

A spooky view of Beaumaris Castle and moat

A very wicked Wales

Hauntingly good ideas for spooky autumn trips and days out in Wales.

Oysters, a slice of lemon and bottle of tabasco sauce in ice.

The delights of Anglesey

Leading London chef and author Roger Pizey’s on the delights of finding your own food on Anglesey.

St Davids Hotel, Cardiff Bay

Romantic weekend breaks

For a romantic break Wales is pretty hard to beat. We have our own patron Saint of lovers.

A deer at Dinefwr Park

Gardens and country parks

The gardens and country parks across Wales make the most of the incredible natural scenery.