Pen-y-Bryn

Sleeps 2

  • Hot tub
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Swimming Pool
  • Pet friendly
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  • Hot tub
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Pet friendly
  • Shop/pub < 1 mile
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  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Lakeside location

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in South Wales

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Miles of golden sands, picturesque towns, majestic mountains, stunning scenery and a warm welcome. No, I'm not talking about renting a cottage with hot tub in the Caribbean, but somewhere much closer to home and a fraction of the cost, welcome to south Wales.

For a relatively small area this region certainly crams it all in, from cosmopolitan Cardiff, the nation's capital city to the ancient castles of Caerphilly there is something for everyone and a holiday home with hot tub is the perfect base from which to explore.

Our recommendations cater for all requirements if you want to bring along the family pooch check out the pet-friendly hot tub cottages, fancy a romantic break choose one of our cosy cottages with hot tubs for two or if you want to bring the whole family or a group of friends book a larger lodge with hot tub that can accommodate everyone.

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We guarantee that a holiday in south Wales will be as action-packed or relaxing as you want all with the added luxury of your own private hot tub to relax in the evenings so start making memories that will last a lifetime and book now!

Enjoy!

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in South Wales

As well as providing you with the best cottages with hot tubs in South Wales we have also come up with some of the best days out;

1. Big Pit: National Coal Museum

For a great value day-out in South Wales you could a lot worse than Big Pit, tracing the history of the industry synonymous with the country, this is one of Wales' top tourist attractions. Travel 300 feet underground down the mine shaft with a real miner telling tales of what life was like for the thousands of Welshmen who worked the pits, before visiting the Pithead Baths, stables and miner's canteen of this fascinating museum.

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2. Porthcawl Beaches

With seven beaches in total Porthcawl is the perfect place to indulge in a spot of sun-bathing, most having Blue Flag status. When you have finished soaking up the rays there are plenty of other activities to keep you occupied including a funfair, amusements, restaurants and a variety of water-sports available including kiteboarding, windsurfing, sailing and kayaking. For an action-packed or relaxing day-out head to the South Wales seaside resort.

3. Wales Millenium Centre

The number #1 visitor attraction in Wales the Millennium Centre has become an iconic landmark and world-famous venue for the arts since it opened its doors in 2004. Enjoy guided tours, workshops, art exhibitions, opera, musicals, theatre and free daily foyer performances. So much more than a regular theatre this jewel in Cardiff's crown offers something for all ages and is a fantastic day or evening out.

4. Caerphilly Castle

Featuring in the popular BBC TV series Merlin, the largest castle in Wales and second only to Windsor in the UK it is certainly one of the most impressive. Surrounded by water and islands this 13th century behemoth is steeped in over 700 years of history and if you're lucky you may get to see the resident dragons and their babies or get involved with the frequent events held throughout the year.

5. Roath Park

Set in the centre of Cardiff and home to the iconic Scott Memorial Lighthouse, this Victoria park is a great place to while away a sunny afternoon, sit beside the 30-acre man-made lake with a picnic, try a spot of fishing or hire a pedalo or rowing boat, explore the beautiful gardens with a superb collection of trees, shrubs and opulent flower displays. The kids will enjoy the pleasure gardens with play area, feeding the ducks and the conservatory has colouring sheets, quizzes and activities if the unpredictable British weather takes a turn for the worst.

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6. Dewstow Gardens and Hidden Grottos

The late 19th century saw the eccentric and reclusive Henry Keane Oakley build his own magical garden which was later buried underground until recently. Hundreds of nooks and crannies too explore, tunnels and archways create a labyrinth of walkways across meandering streams, fairy grottos secluded glades and exotic plants.

7. National Roman Legion Museum

The Romans played a large part in the history of Britain and here at their furthest outpost in Caerleon you can learn all about how they lived, fought, worked and played. See the bones of a 3rd century man, one of the largest Roman gemstone collections and tons of original Roman pottery. Get a glimpse of what life was like for a Roman soldier in the reconstructed barrack room and see what plants and herbs they introduced to the country in the beautiful, authentic Roman garden.

8. Shopping in Cardiff

No holiday is complete without a spot of retail therapy and Cardiff (voted 6th best city in the UK for shopping) can deliver on all fronts, from small independent boutiques, large suburban retail parks and St Davids, one of the biggest indoor shopping centres in the UK you are guaranteed a fantastic shopping experience and after all that spending what better way to relax than relaxing in your own private whirlpool back at your luxury cottage with hot tub.

9. St Fagin's National Museum of History

One of the best open-air museums in Europe and the number #1 heritage attraction in Wales St Fagins is a must on any holidaymaker's itinerary. with dozens of original buildings from various periods in time, costumed staff and tons of hands-on displays you really feel as if you have stepped back in time.

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10. Cardiff Castle

Home to some of the most spectacularly decorated rooms you will ever see Cardiff Castle is situated in the heart of the nation's capital. Check out the famous Arab Room, the nursey and the roof top garden. Delve into the history of Welsh soldiers at the "Firing Line" exhibition or climb the spiral staircase of the clock tower to marvel at the magnificent "Summer Smoking Room". A comprehensive events programme ensures a fun family day out.

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