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Self catering holiday cottages near Snowdon & in the Snowdonia National Park
The dramatic splendour of Snowdonia offers some of the finest scenery in Britain. Situated on the west coast of Wales covering 823 square miles of diverse landscapes, Snowdonia boasts the highest mountain in Wales and England, the longest coastline of any National Park, and the largest natural lake in Wales, as well as a wealth of picturesque villages like Betws y Coed and Beddgelert.
Wake up in the morning and look to the sky and if it is fine go down the beach and if its a bit cloudy walk the hills and mountains and work up an appetite, stop at a village pub for a refreshing drink, paddle in the cool rivers and then relax in front of the open fire at the cottage.
This is a delightful terraced cottage situated on the riverside of the mountain resort village of Beddgelert. Heather carpeted crags tower above the cottages with access across the footbridge to the Fisherman's path following the River Glaslyn.
Prysor Cottage is a romantic cottage in the mountains above Trawsfynydd lake, surrounded by the magnificent rugged beauty of Snowdonia. The owners have spared no expense in making this a most comfortable place, with every little detail thought of. Also located just 14 miles to Zip World - the largest zip zone in Europe and Europe's only 4 person zip line as well as Bounce Below - an indoor netted trampolining experinces in an old slating cave!
A detached cottage high up in the mountains surrounded by wild Welsh countryside on Manod Mawr mountain. Bedroom is up a ships ladder above the living room. Access is by a 1/2 mile gated track through fields. Not for the faint hearted - country lovers only! Also see ref 5150 and 5149, which are on the same grounds.
A rare opportunity to stay at the foot of a real castle in this quiet and centrally located caravan park. Decorated and furnished to a high standard, this cottage is a perfect spot to relax near the sea and also be close to the mountains and rivers of Snowdonia.
Cottage at Llanelltyd, 2 miles from Dolgellau. A great bolt hole after exporing Snowdonia. Put your feet up with in front of the log fire and just relax in this 1 bedroom stone barn, with great mountain views near Dolgellau.
High up in the mountains is this 500 year old converted storehouse, surrounded by wild Welsh countryside at the foot of Manod Mawr mountain. It features a crog loft bedroom in an open plan annexe. Access is by a 1/2 mile track through fields. Not for the faint hearted - country lovers only! Also see ref 5150 and 5152, which are on the same grounds.
Relaxing Snowdonia Cottage near Nantlle Ridge, Dowlais Cottage is caringly prepared especially for you! A cosy place to relax surrounded by lovely Snowdonia countryside with a private enclosed garden with table and chairs for breakfast looking at the rising sun over Snowdon! The lounge is very comfortable with muted colours and open to the fully functional kitchen. The spacious double bedroom up stairs has twin aspect windows and a little single futon for a small child. Your pet dogs are welcome too, with plenty of walks from the doorstep of this end cottage just outside the village of Llanllyfni. This cottage is near the Nantlle Ridge, Snowdon and Dinas Dinlle Sandy beach. STS Grade 4+
"A little cottage by the stream" - one in a row of listed cottages on the Vale of Nantgwynant side of this popular inland tourist resort at the foot of Snowdon. Cosy and tastefully furnished to match its period.
This lovely detached farmhouse in the serene Cwm Ystradllyn valley, 5 miles north of Porthmadog was built in c. 1544 and has a ship's keel as the main beam in the impressive lounge. Ideal base for walkers and fisherman, with a well stocked fishing lake and walks just a mile away. Just 5 miles to Cricieth beach.
Pretty, Grade II listed cottage situated on the bank of the crystal clear river Gwynant. The cottage retains its character as well as comfort. Now under new ownership, with a few upgrades, notably WiFi which helps keep the kids quiet and helps with looking up the weather and booking tickets!