Farm Stay in Wales

Wales has a fame of being the Land of Castles. Wales owes this fact to the warlike medieval period when Normans and English kings were building defence castles which are towering over the grassy landscapes till now.

There are vast of activities you can enjoy staying in farms of the fairyland of Wales. For example at Rhossili Bay and Gower Peninsula you may have wonderful paragliding, also Wales’ grassy landscapes are the main attraction for the golfers of all world.

The Isle of Anglesey has been a favorite destination for family holidays for many years. It has amazing sandy beaches where you together with your children may build your own castle, also there are many rock pools and what is more important – this nice isle offer cozy farms to stay in. And one of them is Parc yr Odyn farm which is close to the beautiful Red Wharf Bay with sandy beaches and stunning coastline. Staying in a Cardiff hotel is a great idea for seeing Wales, as you are close to culture and the attractions in the contryside.

If you're looking for outdoor and indoor attractions then go directly to the Snowdonia Mountains. There are so many attractions that it is even difficult to number them all – they will keep you and your family amused for days. Here at Gwynedd you will find such fabulous farms such as Betws-Garmon Farmhouse and Betws-y-Coed Farmhouse.

Mid Wales is rich on lakes which offer you great choice of activities. Among the farms here there are Wern Y Marchog farm in Brecon, Ty-Isaf Farm Bed and Breakfast in Erwood and Dolgelynen Farmhouse in Machynlleth.

Ceredigion is ideal for walking, here you can have gentle seaside strolls and rugged mountain hikes. Ceredigion has many farms. In Lampeter for example you will find nice Bryncastell Farm, Coed Parc Farm and Nant-y-Medd Farm, in Llanio – Wern Newydd Farm.