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Neath holiday cottages

22 properties found
Swansea, South Wales

Marina Villas

211

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7 nights

£453 - £807

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Afan Forest Park (6 mls E), South Wales

Ty Hiraeth

4214

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7 nights

£469 - £862

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Swansea Valley, South Wales

Beudy Tawe

6322

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7 nights

£578 - £1,042

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Swansea Valley, South Wales

Ysgubor Tawe

6332

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7 nights

£578 - £1,042

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Swansea, South Wales

St Stephen's Court

742

Our grading

7 nights

£708 - £1,569

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Afan Forest Park (4mls E), South Wales

Depot Rd

12334

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7 nights

£1,284 - £2,338

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Ystragynlais (3 mls N), Brecon Beacons

Nant Y Ffin

3212

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7 nights

£416 - £627

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Ystradgynlais, Brecon Beacons

Cynwal Cottage

422

Our grading

7 nights

£601 - £933

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Gower, South Wales

Fisherman's Way

422

Our grading

7 nights

£593 - £1,103

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Swansea Valley, South Wales

Crwcca Farm Cottage

4222

Our grading

7 nights

£427 - £856

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Ystradgynlais (3 mls), Brecon Beacons

Pant Y Celyn

4313

Our grading

7 nights

£507 - £1,034

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Cwmgiedd, Brecon Beacons

Heol Giedd

4213

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7 nights

£381 - £824

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Neath holiday accommodation

Visit Neath with a stay at one of our self-catering holiday cottages. Neath is a great destination for family fun with unusual museums, exciting bike trails, sandy beaches and adventure. Stroll along a mighty aqueduct on the Richard Burton trail or visit Margam Country Park for waymarked trails and spectacular viewpoints. Visit Afan Forest Park for some thrilling mountain biking, ideal for bikers of all abilities. Discover miles of golden sand that gently slopes into the sea at Aberavon or discover the area's rich history at The South Wales Miners' Museum.

Neath was a market town that expanded with the arrival of the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century with new industries of iron, steel and tinplate. The River Neath is a navigable estuary and the town was a river port until recent times. The heavy industries are no more with the town being a commercial and tourism centre. Neath Abbey was established in 1129 by Savigniac monks from Normandy and was absorbed into the Cistercian order in 1147. Archaeological excavations took place between 1924 and 1935 and fairly complete remains of the abbey survive, together with the 16th-century mansion raised within its precincts. Aberdulais Falls near Neath is in the care of the National Trust in recognition of the site's value as a key part of the region's industrial heritage. Power has been drawn from the waterfall since 1584, when it first provided energy used in the manufacture of copper. The copper works ceased to operate early in the 17th century and the site was subsequently used for corn milling and later as a tinplate works. The weir and waterwheel were added during the 19th century.

Our Neath holiday cottages provide you with a fantastic opportunity to visit Wales. With our selection of Neath holiday accommodation, you’ll be certain to find somewhere that’s perfect for your stay. Choose from dog-friendly cottages in South Wales so you can bring your four-legged friend with you, family houses, large properties for big groups and cosy Neath places to stay that are perfect for couples. Considering another destination for your South Wales holiday? View our full collection of cottages in Wales.