Adrenaline junkies will find plenty to keep them entertained at Zip World in Wales, which features the UK’s first Alpine Coaster and the largest complex of underground zip lines in the world.
The historic Bodysgallen Hall, which has impressive views overlooking Snowdonia and Conwy Castle, dates back to the 17th century and is set 200 acres of gorgeously maintained gardens.
Brecon Beacons National Park, a wonderworld of rounded peaks, waterfalls, market towns and tiny roads, is an excellent place for a short break.
Located on the site of the first Welsh parliament, Llangoed Hall offers an exceptional country house retreat surrounded by exceptional natural beauty.
North Wales may be a tiny part of the Welsh landscape but it is beautiful. What better way to see it than by steam train?
The family-run Dunoon Hotel, located in the Victorian Welsh seaside town of Llandudno, holds steadfastly to time-honoured traditional values.
Abergavenny Food Festival, South Wales’ biggest food festival is absolutely fabulous, says Elizabeth Mistry.
There’s something about Cardiff that draws tens of thousands of people, weekend in, weekend out. So what makes Cardiff a popular tourist destination?