West Wales has an abundance of great gardens. Here are some stunning displays to visit on your next break.
Not only does the Principality Stadium host the most amazing sporting spectacles in particular rugby, but is one of the most memorable conference venues in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. Executive boxes and banqueting suites can cater for 12 to 400 delegates for your business event.
Walkers, photographers, artists, explorers and fossil-hunters will love our wonderful coastal scenery, with solitary lighthouses, pretty harbours and dramatic cliffs, sculpted by the waves.
William Wordsworth sighed over its “steep woods, lofty cliffs and green pastoral landscape.” JMW Turner immortalised it in his paintings. Over two centuries later, the Wye Valley is still as enchanting as ever. It’s a superb choice for an active break, exploring by kayak, on horseback or on foot.
Discover the greatest castles in Wales. From Norman castles to the decadent Victorian architecture, explore the best UK castles and Wales' historical attractions.