Useful information to find places to stay along the path

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There’s lots of different types of accommodation along the Wales Coast Path to suit all tastes and budgets.

What we can’t offer

We don’t have a list of all the accommodation along the entire length of the Wales Coast Path.  This is due to the changing nature of accommodation provision throughout the year.

We do not endorse or recommend any individual businesses listed on this page.

We are unable to provide help with organising a visit to the path.

What we can offer

We have instead, compiled a list of useful websites where you can find accommodation along the coast. It is not intended to be a complete list, more of a place to start looking for accommodation. The list is based on the sections of the path. It has information on websites aimed at visitors and locals about where to stay, eat and drink in the area.

There’s also an option to get a company to book your accommodation and arrange baggage transfer – got to our Help with Carrying page for a list of providers.

You can use the interactive map to see where the path goes to help you plan your stay.

North Wales coast and Dee Estuary

This section goes from the border with Chester in England to the university city of Bangor (81 miles).

Go North Wales is the tourism website for north Wales with links to a variety of accommodation including camping, bed and breakfast and hotels.

The Flintshire Tourism Association website has information on accommodation like bed and breakfasts, glamping and touring caravan sites.

Visit Conwy website covers the entire Conwy county.

Isle of Anglesey

This natural circular route of the Isle of Anglesey is 135 miles.

Discover Anglesey is an information hub run by the Isle of Anglesey Tourism Association. There is useful information on places to stay like hotels, bed and breakfast, self-catering, caravans, campsites and glamping.  There’s also information on places to eat and drink.

Go North Wales website overs the entire north Wales region, including Anglesey.

Llŷn & Snowdonia Coast 

This section goes from the university city of Bangor, covering the Llŷn Peninsula in Gwynedd County and ends in Machynlleth in Powys County (167 miles).

Visit Snowdonia - Mountains and Coast is the official tourism website for the Gwynedd County. It has useful information on bunk houses, bed and breakfasts and glamping in Snowdonia and Llyn, north Wales.  Use the search filter to show you accommodation close to the path.

Go North Wales overs the entire north Wales region, including Llyn Peninsula.

Mid Wales Tourism is the official tourism website for Mid Wales. Covering north Powys, Ceredigion coast and southern Snowdonia.


This section starts from Machynlleth to Poppit Sands in Pembrokeshire (75 miles).

Discover Ceredigion – the official tourism website for the Ceredigion county

Mid Wales Tourism is the official tourism website for Mid Wales, covering north Powys, Ceredigion coast and southern Snowdonia. Choose from caravan and camping sites to bed and breakfasts on their interactive map. They also cover the Ceredigion section of the path.

The Pumlumon Tourism website also covers the Ceredigion section of the path.


This popular section of the path is also a National Trail. It starts from Poppit Sands to Amroth (182 miles).

Visit Pembrokeshire - Pembrokeshire's official website for tourism information.

Marine Centre in Saundersfoot Harbour makes an ideal base for walking in south Pembrokeshire.

The National Trails website has a list of places to stay in Pembrokeshire.  There’s a list of places to stay from St Dogmaels to Freshwater West, divided into 10 sections of the Pembrokeshire section of the path.


You can pick up the path in Amroth to Bynea (68 miles)

Visit Carmarthenshire is the official tourism website for Carmarthenshire.

Pendine Sands “Caban” Accommodation is a two storey 14 room accommodation facility with fantastic views over the longest beach on the path Pendine Sands and next door to the Museum of Speed.

Gower and Swansea

This section is from Bynea to Margam Moors and is 69 miles long.

Visit Swansea Bay is the official tourism website for the seaside city of Swansea and world-famous Gower Peninsula.

South Wales coast and Severn Estuary

This 97-mile stretch starts from Margam Moors and includes the Glamorgan Heritage coast with views of the Severn Estuary and south-west coast of England. You’ll pass by the outskirts of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales and all the way to Chepstow, the official southern point of the path.

Dramatic Heart.Wales website covers the county of Neath Port Talbot.

The Southern Wales website covers Bridgend, Cardiff, Newport, Monmouthshire and the Vale of Glamorgan.

Visit Monmouthshire is the official tourism website for Monmouthshire, where the path reaches Chepstow – the southern point of the path in south Wales.

The Visit the Vale website includes the entire Heritage coastline in the Vale of Glamorgan county.

Disabled friendly accommodation

Visit Wales has lists of accessible accommodation across Wales suitable for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility.

North Wales

West Wales

Mid Wales

South Wales

Visit Wales

The official tourism site for Wales, the Visit Wales website has information on all Visit Wales graded accommodation from bed and breakfasts, hostels and campsites: 

National Trust accommodation

You can stay in unique holiday cottages, rural camping locations and bothies owned and run by the National Trust. You can search for accommodation with accessible features like wheelchair and ground floor facilities. Search for National Trust accommodation

Outdoor Accommodation

This type of accommodation includes campsites, glamping and caravans. We recommend using official campsites and booking ahead where possible, especially during the busier months of the year – typically from April to October. is a website where you book over 5,000 campsites, glamping and holiday parks throughout the UK, Europe and Americas. is the online destination for caravanners and campers. is a website to find camping, glamping and touring sites in the UK.

Wild camping

Wild camping takes you away from conventional campsites and you can choose where you spend the night.  It is not allowed in England and Wales – unless you have the landowners permission before pitching your tent. If you do obtain landowner permission, leave no trace of your visit and follow the Countryside Code to Respect, Protect and Enjoy your time in the outdoors.


Independent Hostels website has a variety of hostels, and bunkhouses choose from for a great way to experience the Wales Coast Path on a budget.  

YHA Wales (Youth Hostel Association Wales) - These are the YHA hotels which are hostels open during peak season in Wales with private and or dorm rooms.

YHA Conwy

YHA Idwal Cottage

YHA Snowdon Llanberis

YHA Poppit Sands

YHA Pwll Deri

YHA St Davids

YHA Broad Haven

YHA Manorbier

YHA Port Eynon

YHA Brecon Beacons

YHA Brecon Beacons Danywenalt

YHA Llanddeusant

YHA Llangattock

YHA Gower*

*Weekends only

Third party websites

You can search for accommodation along the path on these websites.

Air BnB


Wales Coast Path Facebook Community

This is a member-only online community of people who are interested in walking the Wales Coast Path. Join Wales Coast Path Facebook Community

You can request to join (for free) and ask for recommendations on places to stay along the path. Please note, self-promotion as a business along the path is not allowed in the group.