With its rugged coastline, majestic mountains, and enchanting castles Wales truly is a land of unspoilt natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Discover the unique Welsh language and traditions, indulge in mouth-watering cuisine, and explore the land of myths and legends with ASA and enjoy an experience unlike any other.
We are thrilled to let you know we have added a wonderful array of Welsh hotels to our portfolio; all available to book now with instant confirmation on contracted rates. New services such as sightseeing tours and attractions have also been added, availability will be confirmed upon request.
ASA PARTNER BENEFITs
When it comes to booking hotel accommodation; ASA partners can access:
- Live availability
- Instant confirmation
- Contracted rates
For services, such as sightseeing tours and attractions: availability will be confirmed upon request
All of these new additions are bookable through the ASA online portal.
Clayton Hotel Cardiff is a 4 star hotel located in the heart of Cardiff city at the bottom of St.Mary’s Street. Location is everything at Clayton Hotel Cardiff, with the train and bus stations only a stone’s throw away and the city’s famous Principality Stadium only a short walk. Clayton Hotel is Cardiff’s largest hotel boasting 216 bedrooms, 7 modern meeting and conference rooms all with natural daylight and À la carte restaurant and bar, all with beautiful panoramic views of the capital city
Cwrt Bleddyn Hotel and Spa offers a unique stay, combining 17th Century splendour with modern facilities, all set amidst 50 acres of landscaped grounds in the heart of the peaceful Welsh countryside of the Usk Valley.
The 46 individual bedrooms combine vintage furniture with contemporary comfort, providing modern luxury for the business or leisure traveller. From the Heritage Suites, with many original period features, to Economy Rooms, a stay with us will leave you refreshed and relaxed.
A luxurious Hotel and Spa located in Llandrindod Wells within the beautiful Elan Valley. Enjoy a break away from it all in one of the luxurious hotel rooms, enjoy delicious Welsh fayre in one of the two award-winning restaurants, or relax and unwind in the hotel spa.
Set close to the centre of the historic market town of Abergavenny, The Abergavenny Hotel offers 4 star guest accommodation in a charming Victorian building with an attractive red-brick façade and stone trim. The perfect location for leisure breaks in the Brecon Beacons with a host of things to do, or a home from home during the working week, the hotel houses 20 guestrooms, and an eclectically-styled bar where Continental breakfast is served.
The Angel Hotel is a luxurious, 4 Silver Star hotel, located in the centre of Abergavenny. Situated between 7 hills on the Welsh/English border, Abergavenny is often referred to as the ‘Gateway to Wales’. The Angel is only a 2 minute walk from Abergavenny Castle or 5 minute walk from Linda Vista Gardens. Providing a warm, friendly environment in a truly residential setting. The Angel Hotel is within easy access to Abergavenny Train Station. The hotel rooms have sleek contemporary designs featuring Lewis & Wood fabrics, Villeroy & Boch or Fired Earth bathroom fittings, pocket-sprung mattress with silky Percale bed linens & extra fluffy towels.
Hop-on and off to explore all the attractions and famous landmarks in and around Wales’ capital city! With 14 stops along our route, you’d be sure to see Cardiff Castle and Bute park, Principality Stadium, Norvegian Church, Cardiff Bay, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff’s Civic Centre and more! Cardiff Bay is a great area to explore. Jump off the bus, admire the modern Wales Milenium Centre, visit the Craft in the Bay Gallery and the fascinating Cardiff Barrage or stop for a drink at the Mermaid Quai, ideal for an evening break.
Penderyn produce award-winning single malt whiskies and spirits at their distillery on the foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Distilling in Wales was a lost art, but in the late 1990s, in a Hirwaun pub in the Welsh valleys, Alun Evans the landlord and a group of friends chatted about establishing the first whisky distillery in Wales in over a century. They dreamt of creating a whisky as pure and precious as Welsh gold, represented today by Penderyn’s ‘gold seam’. The village of Penderyn was chosen because of the site’s own supply of fresh natural spring water, and the fact that the Alun had a wine warehouse in the village.
Explore the origins of The Royal Mint alongside our 1,100-year history, their links with the Tower of London and the story behind their move to Wales. The exhibition starts right back in the 9th century, with a look at some of The Royal Mint’s oldest and most notable objects, beginning with a silver penny of Alfred the Great, which was struck at the time of the resettlement of London after its occupation by the Vikings. From there, they take you on a journey through the ages, looking at how coins were first produced, the involvement of Sir Isaac Newton as Master of the Mint, the commemorative medal produced for Elizabeth I and how The Royal Mint moved from the Tower of London to Tower Hill, before moving to Llantrisant, where it resides today.