Classic Cottages

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Classic Cottages have the perfect self-catering holiday home waiting for you in mid-Wales. From family sized cottages with sea views in beautiful Pembrokeshire to romantic woodland cabins for two in Powys, we have something for every holiday.

‌We cater for all types of breaks. Your four-legged friends are very welcome in our dog friendly cottages, and you’ll find some fabulous countryside and coastal walks nearby. Our baby friendly properties come with those extra things to make your holiday a little bit easier, a highchair and stairgate, with some cottages including a cot. If you are looking for a bit of extra luxury, we have a great collection of properties with a swimming pool or hot tub, perfect for a relaxing getaway. For weekend warriors, we have lots of cottages for short breaks, so you can easily squeeze in some time away. Whether you are looking for an action-packed adventure holiday or a relaxing break, take a look at our collection of charming cottages and start planning your next getaway.

Established in 1977, Classic Cottages is the UK’s largest independent holiday letting specialist, marketing a portfolio of high-quality properties across the UK, all of which are exclusive to Classic Cottages and will not be found on other sites. As a Tourism Quality Accredited Company, Classic Cottages has been given a Gold Award for the high level of service it provides as a business, as well as a Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award 2023 for its excellence in customer service. Which? awarded Classic Cottages the status of Recommended Provider for UK Holiday Cottages in 2024, 2023 and 2022, commended for excellent customer service, accuracy of cottage descriptions, website quality and reasonable prices.

 

 

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Classic Cottages

Various Locations throughout Wales, SA70 7HA

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