23rd January 2019 by

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Valentine’s Escapes in Romantic West Wales

Holiday homes for a romantic Valentine’s break in West Wales

With February just around the corner you might have started to think about Valentine’s Day. Why not surprise the one you love with a special break in beautiful West Wales? Cosy up by the fire, explore the incredible coast and countryside, discover little villages and wander with awe through historic castles. West Wales is renowned for its mystery, magic and charm, making it the perfect place for couples to get away. We have loads of incredible properties available that will make this year’s Valentine’s season one to remember.

Not just a summer destination, Pembrokeshire is absolutely stunning during winter and has plenty to offer during the cooler, quieter months.
Places like St. David’s and Tenby are perfect for romantic strolls across quiet secluded beaches and coastal path walks, as well as being home to some of the county’s best restaurants and cafes.

Food: Try the Salt Cellar in Tenby for fine dining with fresh local produce or Cwtch (Welsh for ‘cuddle’) in St. David’s for a relaxed, cosy dining experience.

Steeped in history, myths and magic, what better place to live out your own personal fairy tale than in Carmarthenshire? Explore the picture postcard village of Laugharne, home to writer Dylan Thomas’ boathouse, surround yourself with nature in the Black Mountains or get lost in a romantic historical tale at one of the many castles in the county.

Food: Arthur’s Restaurant in Laugharne offers an intimate setting for diners and is well respected for traditional dining; The Warren in Carmarthen has won a host of awards for its locally sourced dishes with a modern twist.

Ceredigion was made for lovers. Off the beaten tourist track it is brimming with beauty and charm. Visit Cardigan, the creative hub of the county, and take the River Teifi Trail for wildlife spotting, watch the sun set over the river and head back to a character cottage to cosy up by the fire.
Explore the harbour town of Newquay, with long sandy beaches and awe inspiring coast path views.

Food: Watch the Cardigan sunset over the river by a cosy fire at PizzaTipi, where there is regular live music and local craft beer. Indulge in the fine dining of Bosun’s Locker or take in the incredible view from the small upstairs restaurant at The Blue Bell Deli and Bistro in Newquay.

Book Your Romantic Break today