For such a small country, Wales packs a powerful punch.
Soaring mountains and rolling hills meet vast, unspoilt stretches of green countryside, peacefully dotted with cloud-like sheep and chocolate-box cottages.
Oh, and let’s not forget that Wales is also home to the UK’s only coastal National Park, sprinkled not only with golden sand Blue Flag beaches, but secret coves and enchanting bays.
With staycations already available to Welsh residents, and to travellers from England from 12th April, now could be the best time to avail yourself of the country’s abundant natural beauty.
So, why not take a look at some of the most unusual places to stay in Wales with availability in April and May… before the rest of the world catches up?