Why now's the time to go to Wales
This summer, tourism in Wales boomed as soaring temperatures brought visitors to the coast in droves. But those in the know will have waited until now -- less demand in autumn and winter means that hotels have dropped their prices, with rates starting at £49 per night.
Lace up your boots and go for a bracing walk, or take to the coastal roads for great views from the warmth of your car. "We bought fish and chips in Broad Haven and ate supper at sundown overlooking sweeping St Brides Bay -- a great memory," says Deal Expert Rory.
From Snowdonia boltholes to Gothic mansions and historic country estates, we've found plenty of deals across the country. And once you've finished exploring, our resident Welshie Krystina recommends warming up in front of a fire with a hearty bowl of cawl and possibly a wysgi (Welsh whisky) or two...