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Welcome to Coast.Wales

Places of interest in the coastal counties of Wales.

The Wales Coast Path is a 870-mile footpath following the entire Welsh coastline. It offers stunning views, diverse landscapes, and access to historic sites. Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, it’s the world’s first trail to span a country’s entire coastline, showcasing Wales’ natural beauty and charming coastal villages.

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  • Bwlch-y-Fedwen in Penmorfa, Porthmadog

    Bwlch y Fedwen B&B

    Set in a 17th-century building, we offer Bed & Breakfast accommodation with a DVD player, TV and free Wi-Fi. We are located in the villageREAD MORE...

  • Blackthorn Farm

    Blackthorn Farm

    Award-winning Blackthorn Farm is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 10 minutes’ walk from Porth Dafarch Beach in Holyhead.READ MORE...

  • Tan-y-Fron Camping

    Tan-y-Fron

    We have 3 en-suite bedrooms available in the house, decorated individually and with all the little extras that we hope will make your stay relaxedREAD MORE...

  • Postcard of Gwrych Castle

    Gwrych Castle

    Gwrych Castle (Castell Gwrych) is a Grade I listed 19th-century country house near Abergele in Conwy. The Castle was built between 1819 and 1825.READ MORE...