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10 of the Best Sea View Holiday Homes in Wales

Wales is a spectacular holiday destination with many fantastic places to stay by the coast. From picturesque beach cottages to cool cliff-top pads, there’s a superb range of holiday properties by the sea to choose from. Here’s our selection of ten of the best sea view holiday homes with the wow factor in Wales.

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1. Seagulls, Menai Bridge, Anglesey

Seagulls sea view property in Wales

Stay in luxury at this luxury retreat with stunning views across the Menai Straights to Snowdonia. This contemporary property has large, floor-to-ceiling windows and an outside balcony to make the most of inspirational vistas. With a waterside hot tub, a log burning stove and exquisite interiors, this exclusive property is the perfect place to relax in comfort on a coastal break in Wales. Nearby beaches include White Beach, Penmon Beach and Llanddona Beach, while other attractions of Anglesey and North Wales are only a short drive away.
Sleeps 8 in 4 Bedrooms – 1 Dog Allowed
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2. 1 The Boathouse, Llanbedrog, Gwynedd

1-the-boathouse holiday home in Wales

Lying at the water’s edge of the stunning National Trust beach in Llanbedrog, 1 The Boathouse boasts one of the best locations in the whole of Wales. With views to die for from large windows, this modern holiday home is bathed in coastal light creating a unique atmosphere at this stunning property. It’s only a short walk across the sand to a sophisticated beach bar and restaurant, with the village amenities a little further on. The coast path leads up to the headland and on to the fashionable seaside village of Abersoch. This desirable holiday property is perfect for exploring the dramatic coast and pretty villages of the Llŷn Peninsula.
Sleeps 6 in 3 Bedrooms – 2 Dogs Allowed
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3. The Fold, Abereiddy, Pembrokeshire

The Fold coastal property in Pembrokeshire

This luxury coastal cottage enjoys breathtaking panoramic views across farmland to the sea on the picturesque Pembrokeshire coastline. The spacious barn conversion has been renovated and restored to a high standard and manages to combine rustic charm with modern elegance. The home is filled with natural light from large windows and the kitchen French doors which open onto a patio area, where spectacular sunsets can be enjoyed. Abereiddy Beach is a stunning sandy beach on a spectacular section of the coastal national park, close to the UK’s smallest ‘city’ at St David’s.
Sleeps 8 in 4 Bedrooms – 2 Dogs Allowed
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4. Red Ridge, Harlech, Gwynedd

Red Ridge sea view holiday let in Wales

Overlooking beautiful Llandanwg Beach, just outside the historic village of Harlech, is this attractive family holiday cottage. Ideally situated on the North Wales coast within Snowdonia National Park, this beautiful property offers the ultimate retreat for beach-loving and adventure-seeking families. Red Ridge offers a comfortable stay in this smart home with views of the sea from most windows. Plus there’s an extra special treat for guests returning from coastal and mountain walks and exclusions, as there is a sea view hot tub sunken into the deck in the rear garden.
Sleeps 8 in 3 Bedrooms
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5. Shore Cottage, Benllech, Anglesey

Shore Cottage by the sea in Wales

Shore Cottage is a breathtaking coastal home in one of the best locations on Anglesey, right on the water’s edge at Red Wharf Bay. This is a fabulous location, situated on the coastal path and 100 meters from a lovely sandy beach. Inside the house, the modern spacious rooms are framed by picture windows looking out to sea. There’s also plenty of outdoor space with a slate patio, decking and a large hot tub to relax in after a day of activity. All of Anglesey’s attractions and landmarks are close by, including Pentraeth Forest which is great for dog walking.
Sleeps 6 in 3 Bedrooms – 2 Dogs Allowed
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6. Bwlchgroes, Abersoch, Gwynedd

Bwlchgroes holiday let in Wales

Peace-seeking holidaymakers can book this idyllic rural retreat, just outside the seaside hotspot of Abersoch on the Llŷn Peninsula. This beautiful stone cottage has been immaculately renovated to provide an attractive and comfortable base for holidays on the Welsh coast. This charming cottage has plenty of character with its whitewashed exterior, wood-beamed ceilings and exposed granite walls. This tranquil getaway boasts fine sea views and is handily located close to the area’s best beaches and attractions.
Sleeps 6 in 3 Bedrooms – 1 Dog Allowed
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7. Driftwood House, Southgate, Gower

Driftwood House on the Welsh coast

Situated just a stone’s throw from the cliffs on the Gower Peninsula, this very smart property offers an exclusive retreat in this stunning part of South Wales. With three balconies, an interior courtyard and a lawned garden leading to the coast, there are plenty of spaces to make the most of the outdoors. Inside, the sumptuous interior offers a restful place to stay by the sea. There are beautiful beaches nearby, including Oxwich, Langland and Rhossili, as well as first-class hiking along the coast.
Sleeps 8 in 4 Bedrooms
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8. The Boathouse, Porthmadog, Gwynedd

The Boathouse sea view holiday home

The Boathouse provides high-quality accommodation with fantastic views over Porthmadog harbour and beyond. This stunning property has everything you need for a relaxing and luxurious holiday in North Wales. Within easy striking distance of fantastic beaches and the Snowdonia National Park, as well as plenty of heritage sites to visit, there is plenty to do if you can tear yourself away from the house in the first place! The modern, waterside property has large rooms and floor-to-ceiling windows to make the most of the jaw-dropping sea views. As well as an outside balcony, the house has a private mooring making it the ideal property for sailors and watersports enthusiasts.
Sleeps 8 in 4 Bedrooms
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9. Tresaith Beach Haven, Tresaith, Ceredigion

Tresaith Beach Haven in Wales

Tresaith Beach Haven is a bright, spacious Victorian house decorated in a coastal theme with many attractive and comfortable features. With its elevated position above Tresaith’s seafront, the property enjoys uninterrupted coastal views from the front bay window. There’s also a front garden patio which is great for relaxing in the sun and soaking up the scenery. The house is in an ideal position for a coastal holiday, as it’s a short walk to the picturesque sandy beach and superb local pub.
Sleeps 8 in 4 Bedrooms
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10. Golwg y Môr, Llangrannog, Ceredigion

Golwg y Môr coastal retreat in Wales

Sea views don’t come much better than at this property, which is quite literally built into the cliff on the Ceredigion coast. It’s a remote, ‘bunker’ style property with large window views straight out across the ocean. It’s the perfect spot for keen walkers, as the Wales Coastal Path passes just meters below. The trail can be followed a few miles down to the seaside village of Llangrannog with its beach and pubs. The picturesque harbour town of New Quay is just five miles away, while the elegant Georgian town of Aberaeron is just a little further north along the coast.
Sleeps 4 in 2 Bedrooms
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Booking a Sea View Property in Wales

Remember that Wales is extremely popular for summer visitors, especially this year when people are much more likely to holiday at home in the UK. The properties above often get snapped up months in advance but they do have some weeks available if you are flexible on dates or willing to book ahead for next summer. To find a Welsh holiday let for your next getaway, simply enter your dates and requirements on the search page for coastal cottages and holiday homes in Wales.

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