5 Holiday Homes for the Abergavenny Food Festival, Wales, UK
When attending the Abergavenny Food Festival you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best
If you’re heading to Wales in September for the Abergavenny Food Festival, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.
Where to reside near the Abergavenny Food Festival
Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our Wales collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.
Click to book Open Skies now: from £200 per night Nestled at the edge of the dramatic Cambrian Mountain range, this home is a fantastic base for guests hoping for some adventure. Start the day with a hearty breakfast beside the giant windows and gaze out over the luscious countryside as you plan your itinerary. Keep your eyes peeled and you could spot a red kite – the area is famous for birds of prey. The Brecon Beacons National Park is close by, with cycling and hiking opportunities for all levels of experience. You’re also within driving distance of Cardigan Bay, which is known for its population of bottlenose dolphins – watch them from dry land or hop on one of the boat trips for a closer look. After a busy day out you can return home to a roaring wood burning stove and some tasty Welsh cakes or a glass of wine provided by your host. Sleeps up to 4 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Coast Wanted now: from £300 per night This home close to the Pembrokeshire coastline is part beach hut, part cabin, but wholly luxurious. Inside, the huge windows and French doors let plenty of Welsh sunshine into the space, but once nighttime swings around, the dark blue walls, underfloor heating and inbuilt fireplace lend a sense of cosiness. There's a modern kitchen complete with a sleek island, while outside, a hot tub and barbecue are the perfect marriage during the summer months — or the winter if you're feeling hardy. When you want to explore all that this corner of the UK has to offer, you couldn't be better positioned. Tenby's South Beach can be reached in ten minutes on foot, while the seaside village of Saundersfoot takes the same amount of time in the car. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Slate Stream now: from £200 per night You'll find this cottage in a rural hamlet, just a 15-minute drive from Caernarfon in one direction and Porthmadog in the other. Inside there's a high-tech kitchen with a Quooker instant boil tap, and the master suite is particularly luxurious. But it's the great outdoors that's the big attraction in Wales, and here you're only a 30-minute drive from Llanberis and the foot of Mount Snowdon. You'll find endless adventures on your doorstep, from hiking in the mountains to some serious cycling. Head to the coast for some seaside time or visit the old slate mines at Blaenau Ffestiniog, where you can experience Europe's largest zip wire zone. Back at the cottage, there's a lovely wood burner if you need to warm up and a barbecue in the garden if you're lucky with the weather. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Moo Oak now: from £200 per night The farmland of North Wales awaits at this marvellous cottage, secluded in the small hamlet of Cefn Berain in the Vale of Clwyd. Detached and set in two acres of fields, your neighbours are of the animal variety. Don't be surprised when cows wander past while you're grilling dinner on the garden barbecue or relaxing in the hot tub. Indoors, oak rules the roost with the home's beds, floors, doors and staircase all made from it. All that oak makes it coherent and homely, a serene place to wrap up warm and spend time with the family. But when you do want to go out, cycling routes, watersport and fishing are all nearby, while further afield the seaside town of Rhyl is a half hour drive. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
Charm Of Conwy
Click to book Charm Of Conwy now: from £200 per night Set within the walls of historic Conwy, this cottage is a gem for couples wishing to explore the wonders of North Wales. Of course you can’t miss the iconic castle with its towers and moat, but the World Heritage town has plenty more to offer. From fine dining and boutiques to cosy pubs and independent cafes, there are hundreds of ways to enjoy this unique corner of Wales. Around the coast, you’ll find sandy beaches and windswept cliffs – a boat trip will give you a dose of sea air and the best view. Conwy is on the edge of Snowdonia national park where you can enjoy hiking, cycling and white water rafting through the dramatic landscapes. Afterwards, warm up in front of the stove with some complimentary prosecco before you retreat to your king size bed for a great night’s sleep. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
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