Our collection of places to stay brings you hotels, B&Bs and self-catering holiday cottages in Scotland that give you the chance to experience everything from fresh scallops in the distant Hebrides, to historic castles in the borders and the best haunts in vibrant cities.

We find, inspect and select places that will put you in touch with everything that a holiday in Scotland has to offer. There are arty family homes in Glasgow’s bustling West End, lochside hotels in the Trossachs National Park and modern Scottish cottages on remote, beautiful Skye. 

Our collection brings you hotels, B&Bs and holiday cottages in Scotland that give you the chance to experience everything from fresh scallops in the distant Hebrides, to historic castles in the borders and the best haunts in vibrant cities.

Recommended holiday cottages in Scotland

 

Why visit Wales with Sawday’s?

We have over 25 years of experience in finding places to stay that’ll make your weekend breaks or wandering road trips in Wales truly special. We believe in travelling slow, giving yourself time to really experience the area you’re staying in, whether it’s wild Snowdonia or the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline. Our cottages to rent in Wales are created by people with a passion for their home and a flair for making you feel welcome, so you’ll live like a local from the moment you walk through the door. 

 

Our holiday cottages in Wales

We personally inspect and select every place we work with, making sure that we take on only the finest holiday cottages Wales has to offer. We look for more than quality and comfort, so that you find as much warmth and character in the place you stay as you do in your whole holiday in Wales, whether it’s a short break or a long road trip. Our dog-friendly cottages really welcome your four-legged friend, the family friendly ones have more than just space for everybody and our coastal cottages are real seaside homes, not identikit beach apartments. You can find the latest places we’ve discovered in our newsletter.

 

Where to stay in Wales

There are some amazing places to visit in Wales, but you’re best off picking a region and sticking to it if you only have a few days. Which region depends on what you want from your break. In north Wales, the islands and waters off Anglesey abound with wildlife, from seals to puffins. In West Wales the coastline offers some great surfing, long strips of empty beaches, quaint St Davids and Cardigan’s burgeoning food scene; our cottages in south Wales give you access to incredible hiking along the Pembrokeshire coast and sleepy seaside towns like Tenby, and in the east there’s stunning scenery and adventure in the Wye Valley.   

 

Things to do in Wales

With all the mountains, waterfalls and beaches in Wales, the country is a hiker’s paradise, but there’s plenty more going on than just outdoor adventure. Innovative industries and ideas flourish at Machynlleth’s CAT, great restaurants and eateries make use of the superb local produce and the country hums with song. Keep an eye on our blog, Detour, for insider tips on things to do in Wales,  suggested itineraries and roundups of Wales’ best beaches, hiking routes and more. You’ll also find ideas for exploring all our destinations, from southern Portugal to the Orkney islands.