The latest Wales Occupancy Survey has shown that use of self-catering rooms in Wales has had the biggest increase within the first five months of 2015, rising from 58% in 2014 to 63%.
Self catering rooms in Mid-Wales have seen the largest regional rise from 42% in 2014 to 46% in 2015 - an increase of 4%
Hotels across Wales have only seen a marginal increase of just 1% compared to the same period in 2014.
The occupancy survey monitors of the performance of tourism accommodation. The results are used by operators, Visit Wales and local authorities to plan, market and develop tourism resources.
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The grant funding will enable Citizens Advice Cymru, Shelter Cymru, SNAP Cymru, Age Cymru and Tenovus Cancer Care to offer free advice on a range of issues.
They include cancer support, housing, employment and debt.
"When people are struggling with ill-health, debt, unemployment or housing problems, sound advice and a helping hand can really help get their lives back on track"
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