Posted by: Carlos | February 19, 2010

Bed & Breakfast in Wales

Wales has seen a big improvement in its accommodation for holidaymakers in recent years. Gone are the old run down B&Bs and hotels and in their place are more modern styles suited to the needs and wants of the modern traveller who are looking for comfort and style but at the right price. They have not become the impersonal hotels of the big chains but have evolved to provide a comfortable yet modern ambience.

As the public become more discerning about the standard of accommodation that they require the welsh hospitality industry has responded accordingly. You can now forget your old preconceived ideas of what a Bed and Breakfast provides and start considering the modern version which includes great locations, lavish rooms and friendly hosts whilst still maintaining the amazing breakfasts with many using fresh local produce; much better than you would find in the larger hotels.

In Wales there is such a variety of accommodation whether it be a stunning hotel, a country inn or a beautiful B &B you can find whatever you are looking for. You are spoilt for choice looking for a honeymoon destination, a romantic retreat or a family holiday.  Locations too are varied you can opt for a seaside, city or countryside location and wherever you choose you are assured of a warm Welsh welcome.

Staying in a B&B in Wales can be a rewarding experience with homely surroundings and a truly relaxed atmosphere. To find the best in Wales B&Bs try a website like where you can find details of the best B&Bs in Wales together with helpful information on the areas and attractions to visit.

You will find that a B&B in Wales is different from a hotel in that it will be a place that basically provides a bed to sleep in and a breakfast to enjoy. You will not necessarily find gyms, health spas, a concierge service or a golf course but you will experience the true sense of Wales. Try it out and you will never go back to dull lifeless places and will revisit Wales again and again.


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