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For a tiny country, Wales can feel surprisingly spacious, particularly in the Wye Valley, where hills ripple in all directions, and in the West, where the dramatic Pembrokeshire coastline rises and tumbles through a series of prismatic coves. Like much of Britain, Wales has become adept at mixing old-school charm with contemporary savoir-faire. And there's a strong locavore trend that animates restaurants and hotels alike. You'll likely end up eating Welsh lamb, drinking Welsh cider, and being reminded by locals at every turn that Wales is like England. Only better.