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.
Spacious comfortable cottage near the river and village centre in Beddgelert, This is a very attractively prepared terraced stone cottage with two spacious bedrooms, and a large woodland garden and patio.
Located in Llandecwyn, Woodland Cottage is just 11 miles to ZipWorld - the largest zip zone in Europe and Europe's only 4 person zip line. You will also find here Bounce Below. This is a rare opportunity to stay in a charming detached stone cottage in secluded woodland surrounded by 160 hectares of its own land, 5.5 miles by road from Maentwrog village, it enjoys magnificent mountain and valley view.
The purple heather covered slopes of the Snowdon foothills surrounds this terraced cottage in the village. Although a Grade II listed cottage, like most in this pretty village, this cottage has a light and airy modern feel.
The large inglenook fireplace in the lounge houses a woodburner stove for roaring log fires and the spacious farmhouse kitchen has the traditional rayburn range, making the whole house cosy and warm. Remote, but not isolated, in Cwm Ystradllyn.
Rustic 500 year old listed stone built farmhouse at the foot of Manod Mountain with exposed roof trusses that country lovers will enjoy. It features an open plan living area and gallery bedroom. Access is up a 1/2ml track through fields. Not for the faint hearted - country lovers only! See also refs 5149 and 5152, which are on the same grounds.
One of a pair of farm cottages retaining some of their 300 year old character with beamed ceilings and thick stone walls providing a characterful and comfortable family holiday home near the village of Llanbedr.
A romantic retreat for 2 or a family 'get away' is available at this idillic 18th century converted coach house, near the sea and the magnificent Menai straits. Situated on its own in an orchard just half a mile stroll from the Caernarfon astle and harbour and right next to Caernarfon golf course.
This impressive former mill is a detached building with exposed stone walls and low beams idillically situated alongside the river Llyfni on the edge of the quiet seaside village of Pontllyfni, world famous for seatrout fishing.
A converted little school house, cleverly converted into a lovely spacious modern holiday home in one of the most historic towns in North Wales. 3 bedrooms, elevated patio, views of the castle, harbour and steam trains. STS Grade 3