When I lived in Wales, I used to take off on the weekends and just go where the road lead me. I never worried about getting lost, because at some point, all roads pointed to Cardiff, the capital of Wales.
I would drive to the Snowdonia Mountains in the north of Wales. While small, they are among the most dangerous mountains in the world. This little toll-keeper’s cottage on a road leading to Snowdonia National Park is up for sale for the bargain price of £195,000. Of course, you’d have to like an extremely rural location, and only need one bedroom. Built by the Penmaenpool Bridge Company to replace the ferry it provides a very well-used shortcut for motorists and pedestrians over the Afon (River) Mawddach.
You could go live there, too! Information here.