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Y Talbot, Tregaron
This inn in Ceredigion has seen plenty of walkers prop up their weary feet over many centuries and is still as welcoming as ever. The town of Tregaron itself is recognised as a haven for walkers with the owners of Y Talbot being happy hikers themselves.
Cost: £80 estimate

Oriel Milgi, St Dogmaels
One of the best places to crash out after finishing the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, this is a modern B&B with the trappings of vintage antiques and furniture. Again, the inn owners are passionate walkers so you could hardly ask for a better place to stay in the area.
Cost: £80 estimate

Dolfannog Fach, Dolgellau
Snowdonia’s plentiful heights and peaks can leave you feeling just a little sore after you’ve conquered them so you should put your feet up at this fantastic B&B. Dolfannog Fach bed and breakfast in Snowdonia is just a short walk away from the path to Cadair Idris and you can even enjoy inclusive breaks away.
Cost: £70 estimate

The Seacroft Hotel, Anglesey
Peering out at the horizon as you make your way along the Anglesey Coastal Path is an experience not quickly forgotten and neither will staying at The Seacroft Hotel be. This 6 room establishment is home to all manner of fantastic amenities and any calories you burn off on your walk will quickly be put back on again in the lavish restaurant.
Cost: £80 estimate

Gladstone’s Library, Hawarden
Creative types rejoice: here is the perfect getaway for you. A long walk is one of the best ways to get the brain working away and what better place to relax in afterwards than a writer’s haven. There are many local walks that can take you as far as Hawarden Castle and along the gorgeous regional coastal paths.
Cost: £89 estimate

Pwll Deri Hostel, Castell Mawr
Based in Pembrokeshire, this youth hostel is based near a cliff’s edge and if that doesn’t get you excited for a day out and about, we don’t know what will. There’s plenty of local beauty to discover along the local Wales Coast Path and why not finish your walk off at the Strumble Head lighthouse?
Cost: £18 estimate

Parc Le Breos, Parkmill
Plenty of paths await you on the Gower when you stay with Parc Le Breos: an establishment that wears its affinity for hiking on its sleeve. Walking guides and more await you once you walk through the door and you will find it hard to resist their home-cooked dinners too.
Cost: £90 estimate

Trericket Mill, nr Builth Wells
Off on your travels to the Brecon Beacons? This wonderfully-situated B&B is a vegetarian haven in Powys that is far removed from the fast pace of everyday life. You can enjoy some fantastic three course dining when you stay or you can go it alone with the self-catering options instead.
Cost: £34 estimate

The Harbourmaster, Aberaeron
If you’re feeling a little bit puffed out after your walk, you should take full advantage of Ceredigion’s Cab a Bag scheme and have the hotel owners help you with your bag! Local food is on the menu for you too at this quaint 19th century styled location.
Cost: £110 estimate

Hiraeth Bunkhouse, nr Llanwrda
Once a mill but now one of the most unique bunkhouses in North Wales, this is a perfect spot for you to unwind in after a trialling day around the climes of the region. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in Carmarthenshire with a large walking party then you are in luck as it’s just a short way away from ‘The Lady of the Lake’.
Cost: £15 estimate