Bryn Barcud Bach is an eco-friendly holiday cottage located in the small hamlet of Trofarth, three miles from the village of Eglwysbach, above the Conwy Valley. Dating back to the 17th century this charming cottage is surrounded by beautiful countryside with fantastic views across the forests and fields. Enjoy walking, biking and climbing in the Snowdonia National Park, lazy days on the beach, or simply while away the days with a quiet morning coffee, a peaceful read of a good book or evening glass of wine as you soak up the tranquil atmosphere in this beautiful corner of Wales. Sleeping two in one double bedroom, Bryn Barcud Bach is the perfect getaway for either a relaxing romantic retreat or for adventurous couples looking for an active self-catering break.
Wavecrest is a spacious, stylish adults-only holiday cottage steps away from Llandudno's West Shore Beach. It sleeps six people in three bedrooms with three bathrooms and is perfect for couples and friends who want to be within walking distance of this famous Victorian seaside resort's beach, cafes, bars, and shops. The views from the house and garden are fantastic, reaching across the beach towards Anglesey and Puffin Island. Snowdonia, National Trust Bodnant Gardens, Surf Snowdonia, and many other attractions are all within easy reach. Bookings are available all year round.
For those in the know, Llandudno has never been out of fashion. The stylish Victorian seaside resort has two beautiful beaches and excellent amenities, making it ideal for a family holiday by the coast in all seasons. Farsite is a spacious holiday cottage sleeping six people in three bedrooms. It's metres from West Shore's Blue Flag Beach and no more than a 10-minute stroll from North Shore and Llandudno's elegant Victorian pier. The cottage enjoys beautiful water and mountain views from indoors and the garden and is finished and furnished to a high standard.
Unwind and relax in the peaceful surroundings of Sunset and Stars Cottage. This lovely holiday home is in the quiet village of Llysfaen, close to Colwyn Bay and within easy reach of Snowdon, Conwy Castle, Zip World and Bounce Below. It sleeps four people in two bedrooms with a Z-bed to accommodate an additional child, with every room beautifully finished and furnished. The views are incredible. The garden has seating and a fire pit so you can snuggle up outside and enjoy a little stargazing at the end of a fun day at the beach, walking along the coastal footpath or climbing Snowdon, or enjoying one of the many other sights and attractions of North Snowdonia.
Your whole family, including the dog, will love this welcoming cottage, which is steps from Penrhyn Bay beach and only a few miles from Llandudno, Conwy and the Snowdonia National Park. It comfortably sleeps up to five people in three bedrooms, with an enclosed garden and off-street parking. The cottage is close to favourite attractions like Conwy Castle and the Snowdon Mountain Railway, as well as golf courses, footpaths and cycling routes, including Sustrans Route 5 which goes past Colwyn Bay and Conwy, and the Wales Coast Path.
Laurel Cottage is set on an acre of grounds and boasts stunning Snowdonia views, as well as a private outdoor hot tub and a heated indoor swimming pool. It's near to the village of Eglwysbach, three miles from National Trust Bodnant Gardens and within easy reach of Conwy and Llandudno. This area is packed with ways to have fun, whether you're the sort who enjoys scaling mountains, bouncing around on subterranean trampolines, wandering around stately homes and gardens, or dining daily on fresh local produce. Laurel sleeps four people in two bedrooms and is child and dog-friendly. It's available for bookings all year round.
Enjoy all the beauty of North Wales from this welcoming holiday cottage. Fig Tree sleeps five people in two rooms and is perfect for families or couples. Guests enjoy spectacular views of the Carneddau (Snowdonia) and a location near to Eglwysbach village. Gorgeous gardens, mountains, mountain bike trails, and top Snowdonia attractions like Adventure Parc Snowdonia, Conwy Castle, Llandudno Pier, the Welsh Mountain Zoo and Portmeirion within a few miles. Guests have an acre of grounds that include a heated indoor swimming pool and a picnic spot. Fig Tree Cottage is available for bookings all year round.
Two cosy holiday cottages (sleeping up to five guests in each) ideally placed for a seaside holiday in Llandudno just twenty yards from the seafront. An ideal base for exploring this lovely part of North Wales whether you are a family or couple looking for a romantic break.
The Ship Inn was built with fun and hospitality in mind. The period Victorian former pub is a light and welcoming space with 12 bedrooms that can sleep large groups of up to 34 people, multiple living spaces and plenty of extras like a cinema room, a games room, and multiroom Sky TV access. The property is perfect for guests of all ages, and ideal for an annual holiday or special celebration with your extended family and friends. Old Colwyn Beach and The Promenade are only a five-minute walk from the door, as are shops, cafes and welcoming pubs. With loads of space indoors and out, and a location that is close to Blue Flag beaches, eateries and favourite attractions, this huge holiday home is a popular choice in every season.
Nothing beats a good, old-fashioned holiday by the seaside. Although the charm of Penmaenmawr is as traditional as you like, the interior of Pen Terrace is comfortingly modern and very comfortable, providing 4-Star accommodation for four people in two bedrooms. It's great for couples or families who love being within a short walk of the beach, promenade, park, shops, cafes and other amenities. Conwy, Caernarfon, and Anglesey are all within a short drive, as is Llanberris and the base of Snowdon, and Betws-y-Coed. Walking, mountain biking, fishing and watersports are all on the doorstep, with many more opportunities for adventure and fun a stone's throw away in Snowdonia National Park. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Stylish throughout, Castle Reach is a popular choice with families and friends and puts you right in the heart of the ancient town of Conwy in Wales. Just a short stroll from the harbour and quayside, you have everything on the doorstep including artisan shops, galleries and plenty of places to enjoy a meal out. Snowdonia's stunning national park is just waiting to satisfy outdoor enthusiasts, with wonderful beaches for those wanting to relax and recharge.
People talk about North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park as being "wild" and "rugged", and in certain parts, it is breathtakingly dramatic. However, there are areas which are peaceful and sheltered, like those around Dwygyfylchi where Warrandyte Cottage is. Just a few miles from historic Conwy and within walking distance of two pubs and a golf club, the Victorian quarryman's cottage has incredible views. Warrandyte Cottage has been skilfully refurbished to offer a very high standard of self catering holiday accommodation for up to five guests and is popular with families and couples who come to enjoy the fantastic activities on offer.
There will be no issues deciding who sleeps where at The Lombard. This huge house comfortably sleeps up to 45 guests in 17 bedrooms with a flexible layout that can be adjusted to suit your needs. It is in the heart of Dolgellau in Snowdonia National Park, within walking distance of shops, cafes, pubs and the Mawddach River. Snowdon, Coed-y-Brenin, Bounce Below and Barmouth Beach are all within striking distance for day trips, although with such a high standard of accommodation that includes a games room, cinema room and a full Sky TV package, your guests may never want to leave.
From the peaceful location on three acres of private grounds a mile and a half from Conwy to the fantastic standard of self-catering facilities, this big holiday home in Snowdonia has everything going for it. Sychnant Pass Country House sleeps up to 40 people in 13 ensuite bedroom suites, boasting luxurious extras like an indoor gym and heated swimming pool, a barbecue area with a firepit, a games room with a pool table, and lots of space to socialise and catch up with your family and friends. It's an excellent choice for hosting a reunion or a special celebration.
Enjoy the beauty and serenity of Snowdonia from this charming self-catering holiday cottage in Dolwyddelan. Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, it's within walking distance of a pub and a restaurant, 10 minutes from Zipworld Titan and Antur Stiniog. The property is also near Betws-y-Coed, Zipworld Fforest, Surf Snowdonia, Bodnant Gardens, and Conwy's impressive medieval castle and town walls. The location and layout are perfect for couples or families, including those with children and a dog. There is secure bike storage on-site and the opportunity to hire mountain bikes locally if required.
Sycamore Cottage (with the use of a hot tub) enjoys a fabulous position on a private estate on the North Coast of Wales on the edge of Snowdonia's stunning National Park. Perfect for couples, families and friends and a great base for exploring the area with historic Conwy just four miles away and glorious beaches for lazy days.
There is nothing to spoil the view from Driftwood Cottage, which overlooks the Menai Strait to Anglesey and Puffin Island. The cute terraced cottage is within walking distance of Penmaenmawr beach and promenade, as well as cafes, shops and the Bron Eryri pub. The stylish interior and landscaped garden make the cottage a perfect self-catering choice for couples looking for a romantic escape on the North Wales coast, or a very comfortable retreat for a solo traveller wanting to see Conwy Castle, Snowdonia, and other fantastic attractions that make this an incredible place to stay in any season.
Graiglwyd Holiday Cottages have everything you need for a relaxing self-catering holiday, including a peaceful location just a mile from Penmaenmawr beach and four miles from the medieval walled town of Conwy. There is plenty to see and do whether you are on holiday for a short break, a week, or even longer. Guests can enjoy fantastic walks through the Snowdonia National Park, exhilarating mountain bike rides, and fishing at the on-site Graiglwyd Fishery. Elm Cottage sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms and can be booked on its own or together with one of Graiglwyd Estate's five other self-catering cottages for those who want to holiday with friends or family.
Yew Cottage is the perfect choice for couples, friends and families and is located in a tranquil position just a mile from Penmaenmawr beach and four miles from Conwy with its medieval walled town and magnificent castle. Close to many of Snowdonia's top attractions, Graiglwyd Springs Holiday Cottages allows you to enjoy all of Snowdonia's best bits whether your passion is walking, mountain biking, fishing (available on-site), touring or simply relaxing.
Next to the Snowdonia National Park and with beautiful views the Menai Straits, Graiglwyd Estate offers a high standard of self-catering in six cottages which sleep between two and eight guests. Conwy and Llandudno are both just a few miles away, while the Snowdon Mountain Railway, Zip World and Surf Snowdon are not much further. There are miles of footpaths and mountain bike routes in the vicinity, and the opportunity to fish in the well-stocked lake on site. Whether you are on holiday with your partner, your kids or your extended family and friends, Graiglwyd Estate cottages are perfect.
A jewel in the crown of the county and perhaps a place that is not well known outside Wales itself is Betws-y-Coed that can be found in a stunning valley, inside the perimeters of the Snowdonia National Park. The tranquil little tourist resort is surrounded by nature from dense woodland, cascading waterfalls, peaceful rivers and snow peaked mountains. The area offers great outdoor activities such as nature walks, trekking, rock climbing or simply enjoying the small town and its curiously unique features. In fact, the area is home to Welsh rarebit a speciality dish for the region that consists of melted cheese and other ingredients based on the local recipes served over toast.
The actual town on Conwy is an attractive place to visit. Set on the coastline it is one of the best medieval preserved towns in Wales and also in the whole of the UK. It has quaint little cobbled streets, winding roads, historic buildings and ancient walls that can date their origins back centuries. Conwy Castle is a World Heritage Site and is a key part in the history of Wales. Visitors have stunning views over the Conwy Estuary and it is a surprisingly intact castle for its age and radiates history.
Like Conwy, Llandudno is another seaside resort town found on the north coast of Wales within the county. It offers a wide variety of different activities for all the family and it really has an old seaside town feel about it. There are several walking trails in the surrounding area with local wildlife and you can even hire a guide to provide an educational aspect and learn more about the countryside. Water sports are popular here given the nature of the Conwy Bay and visitors can enjoy sailing, windsurfing and power boating. The town played an important role in the Second World War and it was used by the US army as a resting point. There are tours that travel around Llandudno providing in depth details of how the seaside resort changed from a quaint holiday location to a strategic military point.
Conwy has never tried to be something that it isn’t and the area retains a healthy amount of traditionalism. Indeed, you feel that you are going back decades (and centuries in some places) when you start exploring the local area and there is a good mix of both peaceful natural walks and trails, along with more active and sprightly sports activities. To get away from the city, then Conwy offers a real slice of nature and provides authentic Welsh culture with some beautiful surroundings.