Mini-breaks and short holidays in Snowdonia & North Wales
Fancy a quick getaway to Snowdonia? A weekend in North Wales? Mini-breaks are available in some of our properties!
This list is populated with those owners who are able to offer mini-breaks. In the season, mini-breaks are available within 21 days of the holiday start date. Out of season (normally November to March), owners will accept mini-breaks sooner. For accurate information, please call us on 01766 51 38 29.
Mini-break prices start from 80% of the weekly rent for 3 nights, 85% for 4 nights and 90% for 5 nights or alternatively some owners have a minimum rent in place in the off season which is a set price for any amount of nights between their holiday start dates.
Mini-breaks that do not start or end on a changeover day can not be guaranteed without speaking with the owner or the deputy.
Snowdonia Tourist Services are a Visit Wales (Tourist Board) Accredited Agency and are proud to offer this selection of inspected holiday cottages in Snowdonia, Gwynedd and North Wales.
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The perfect location for admiring the beauty of Snowdonia National Park. A real 'wow' factor view across the Nantlle Valley can be had whilst sitting comfortably in the cosy lounge or from the secluded patio area. The bungalow is surrounded by countryside and fields near the hilltop village of Fron, 5 miles from Caernarfon.
Fantastic sea views from the bay windows of this lovely and spacious 2 bedroom beach front apartment in Barmouth. STS Grade 4 . You said...Mr P (June 2019): Excellent "A lovely well appointed apartment with good sea views. Had a chat with the owner, who came across as a very nice person"
Woodland Cottage in Maentwrog is a little over 6 miles to ZipWorld: Titan - the largest zip zone in Europe and Europe's only 4 person zip line. You will also find here Bounce Below. This is a sweet little cottage in a peaceful wooded valley above the traditional village of Maentwrog. The cottage has been attractively prepared with a warm and welcoming lounge which has a large inglenook fireplace housing a log fire.
A beautifully positioned two bedroomed, ground floor south facing apartment on Oakley Wharf, Porthmadog with stunning views across the harbour, mountains and out towards the sea - on a clear day Harlech Castle can be seen in the distance.
Peruse the bobbing boats in the harbour as they set sail at high tide out to Tremadog Bay from the balcony of this beautifully prepared villa on the harbourside in Porthmadog, recently renovated with a new kitchen and shower room. STS Grade 4+
An attractive little single storey fisherman's cottage (one of six, next door to our property ref. 3115) in a superb position on the beach and within walking distance (200m) to the small historical fishing village of Trefor on the dramatic Llyn Peninsula. From the doorstep you can walk along a dramatic coastal path with stunning sea cliffs - a gem of a footpath and one of the Llyn's best kept secrets.
This immaculate property with picturesque harbour views has been designed to the highest standard. The large open plan living room has four triple glazed sliding windows which offer uninterrupted views across the harbour.
A spacious duplex villa situated overlooking the harbour with views of the bobbing boats and swans. Homely prepared where every consideration has been given to the holiday makers comfort as they enjoy a relaxing holiday in Porthmadog.
This lovely terraced cottage, built in the 1800s at the confluence of the Glaslyn and Colwyn Rivers, affords a sumptuous base camp in Beddgelert village with a Japanese tub to soak in after an invigorating walk.
With views of the harbour from the lounge, this is one of the best of the Oakley flats available for rent. The select, prestigious development of 16 flats were completed in 2007, in a secluded position near Porthmadog harbour.