65 Welsh beaches were crowned winners of international awards and ranked amongst the best in the UK and across the world.
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The Welsh capital is the third best British city when it come to a value-for-money short break, according to a TripAdvisor survey.
It compared the cost of two people having a one-night stay in a four-star hotel in the month of August, with the overall cost figure including a pre-meal cocktail, a meal out and a short taxi ride.
- 1. Sheffield: £154
- 2. Birmingham: £166
- 3. Cardiff: £173
- 4 Newcastle upon Tyne: £176
- 5. Bristol: £180
- 6. Leeds: £184
- 7. Liverpool: £190
- 8. Nottingham: £199
- 9. Manchester: £200
- 10. Belfast: £204
Tripadvisor says the most expensive out of 20 cities compared was Edinburgh at £331. London was 18th in the list at £267
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Jeremy Parr, from Natural Resources Wales, told ITV News the quality of Wales's beaches was important for tourism.
Welsh beaches have been ranked among the best in the UK and across the world with 34 achieving Blue Flag status and 31 obtaining Green Coast Awards.
Pembrokeshire is home to some of the best beaches, winning 10 Blue Flags, followed by Gwynedd with eight and Anglesey with six.
The beaches were judged on criteria including cleanliness, water quality and safety.
Natural Resources Minister Alun Davies says:
"The awards demonstrate the high standard of Welsh bathing water quality and reflect the diversity of our beautiful coastline, which is enjoyed by our communities and the millions of visitors to Welsh beaches each year.
"These awards also recognise the hard work of everyone involved in achieving and maintaining these high standards."
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A seaside hotel in Llandudno has been named the world's thirst best bargain hotel, moving three positions up from its ranking in sixth place last year.
The Lauriston Court Hotel was also named the number one bargain hotel in the UK.
Carol-Lynn and Ian Robbins, owners of Lauriston Court, said, “We take pride in the knowledge that our guests appreciate everything we are doing and we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has stayed with us over the past year for helping us to win this award.
"Winning this award is a tremendous achievement for us and the rest of the team at Lauriston Court.”
The results of the TripAdvisor 2014 travellers awards also listed another Llandudno hotel, The Wellington, which features in the list of best bargain hotels in Europe, ranking in ninth place.
"We get to know our guests really really well and that's because we've only got 11 bedrooms. Any more and I think we would really struggle because we like to make it personal".
Wales enjoyed a bumper year for tourism in 2013, a survey has revealed.
Half a million more visitors from Britain alone crossed the border compared to 2012, with an eight per cent rise in overnight stays.
Visitors spent £1.4 billion, with Wales' tourism sector seeing some of the strongest increases in Britain.