You can already start planning your dream stay at the best undiscovered places to sleep throughout Wales! From Cardiff to Conwy and from Chepstow to Caernarfon, and from glamping pods through gorgeously-situated hostels to glam country hotels… We cover all brackets of accommodation, so long as they’re special – and the places we feature on here are all truly special: that’s a promise!

Watch out, too, in this area, as well as in ‘Explore‘ and ‘Eat & Drink‘, for our special star destinations. These are villages and towns on which we write about LOTS: we have created mini guides at the end of each article we have on that place, with direct links to all our other articles on that place – so that when you are there, you can be sure you won’t miss out on any related writing we have! Our current special star destinations are Solva, St Davids, Fishguard and St Dogmaels in Pembrokeshire – but more will be coming very soon.

Our map below shows you the accommodations we currently feature that you can stay the night at…

We divide our mapped content into three key areas: Sleep (where you are now) as well as Explore and Eat & Drink, each of which we divide into six key regional sub-sections: Cardiff & Around, South Wales & the ValleysBrecon BeaconsPembrokeshire, Mid Wales and Snowdonia, Anglesey & North Wales.

On the map below, the yellow stars mark the different regions and the blue pinpoints mark the featured accommodations. We’ve coded each place we feature so that you know a bit more about what to expect, as follows: firstly by type (Camping, Cabins, Glamping, Hostel, Bed & Breakfast, Hotel, Boutique Hotel, Historic Hotel, Country House Hotel/Country Estate, Restaurant with Rooms, Self-Catering) and secondly by setting (Isolated – meaning the place is in the wilderness or wild countryside, Countryside – meaning the place is in a rural but not overly remote location, VillageTown or City).

Discover more about our Sleep content by clicking on the pinpoint on the map below or, to bring up all our content on a particular region, click on the relevant sub-section under the Sleep area drop-down menu.