Staycations in Wales: Places you can still book for August Bank Holiday weekend

Who doesn’t want to get away at least one weekend in the summer?

This year, especially, we deserve it and what better weekend is there than a bank holiday? If you fancy camping have a look at our top Welsh campsites.

It can be difficult to get a last-minute booking, but, with just over a month to go until the August bank holiday weekend (August 28 to 30), we’ve found some accommodation you can still book in Wales (at time of publishing this article).

Read more: 19 gorgeous places where you can eat outdoors in Wales

So be quick, they probably won’t be free for long…

The Granary, Talgarth

This is a bed & breakfast in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, nine miles away from Brecon town and some of the rooms have a terrace. Lovely.

After a day of hiking or cycling, guests can relax in the garden or in the shared lounge area.

How to book:Click here

Ty’r Osaf, Builth Wells


A beautifully done out house which will sleep four across two bedrooms is in the heart of Builth Wells.

Surrounded by beautiful Welsh countryside it’s lovely for walkers and cyclists, and if you’re not feeling energetic relax in the lovely gardens or take a trip to Brecon or Hay-on-Wye. It’s £627 for two nights over the bank holiday.

How to book:laterooms.com

Lodge with hot tub, Devil’s Bridge


This sleeps two, is done out to a lovely standard and has the beautiful walks at Devil’s Bridge and the Hafod pub nearby.

It, of course, has a hot tub, too.

Around the bank holiday it comes in at £245 per night.

How to book: Visit Vrbo

Skomer Lodge, Manorbier

This one’s by the beach and is just a stroll from Manorbier, which has a great castle, the Beach Break Cafe and The Castle Inn.

Sleeps four and is £1,064 for the weekend. The lodge has outdoor space and a comfy living room too.

How to book: At booking.com

Huacaya’s Cush, Radnorshire


Holiday with alpacas this bank holiday! This pod sleeps six adults (no children, sorry) and has some of the most incredible views over the picturesque Radnorshire hills. It’s priced from £122 with a minimum three-night stay.

How to book: Visit Wanderlist

Parsonage Farm Inn, Tenby

A pub with rooms and walking distance to castles Carew and Manorbier, the Inn also has a lovely big beer garden, too if you just fancy chilling with a pint in the sun.

How to book: Visit booking.com

Aberystwyth Promenade Flat, Aberystwyth


A one-bed for two people with sea views as it’s right on the seafront as well as being in the middle of everything in the Ceredigion town.

It’s £150 per night and book it now!

How to book:Visit airbnb

Glöyn Byw, Mid Wales


This shepherd’s hut sleeps two and is set in a meadow of wildflowers and has views of surrounding mountains.

It’s £247 per night.

How to book:Visit airbnb

Lydstep Beach Holiday Park, Pembrokeshire

This holiday park, near Tenby, has caravans and lodges free over the bank holiday weekend.

Like any holiday park it has a pool, entertainment, eating places and more, as well as being located near busy Tenby and the surrounding beaches and villages.

How to book:Visit Haven

The Deckhouse, Hay-on-Wye


This rural hideaway has a huge, gorgeous outdoor deck with firepit and BBQ with views over the stunning Beacons and Black Mountains.

Check out the cool bathroom, too. It sleeps four and starts at £198 per night.

How to book:Airbnb

Parc Maerdy Glamping, Llangranog

A campsite with glamping pods, bell tents and more and it has some free tents on the bank holiday weekend.

It’s £210 for two nights.

How to book:Booking.com

Hafan a Mor, Pwllheli

Another Haven park with multiple availability for caravans and apartments surrounded by on-site facilities for all and a beach nearby.

How to book : Click here

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