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.
Lovely views of the lake and sunny barbeques at the end of a day whilst you relax in this homely chalet at Glan Gwna. The chalet has beautifully prepared interior and is all on one level with a smart walk-in shower.
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"
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.
7.8 miles to ZipWorld - the largest zip zone in Europe and Europe's only 4 person zip line. You will also find here Bounce Below. Views of the countryside can be enjoyed from the main bedroom and the front of this cottage, located in Gellilydan. Beautifully renovated with particular attention paid to the fine detail like the enormous inglenook fireplace.
The beach side bungalow is very nicely presented and prepared to a comfortable contemporary standard with a stylish blend of antique and modern furniture in the stunning village of Llandanwng, located right on the sea front.
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!
Amazing views await you at this cosy cottage in the mountains of Snowdonia. A comfortable and carefree stay. Close to the village of Fron and 5 miles from Caernarfon the cottage provides a relaxing retreat and a convenient base for exploring Snowdonia.
A traditional Welsh cottage featuring original beams and plank doors situated in the peaceful village of Trawsfynydd in the heart of Snowdonia. Sleeps a maximum of 4. This two bedroom 17th century cottage is simply but adequately furnished - an ideal retreat for a walking break any time of year.