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.
The Graiglwd Estate offers six beautiful self-catering cottages sleeping between two and eight people in a breathtaking location close to the Snowdonia National Park. Guests enjoy not only a high standard of accommodation but beautiful views of the Menai Straits and the Great Orme. The medieval town of Conwy with its impressive castle built by Edward I is only four miles away, with other nearby attractions including the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno, Caernarfon Castle and Bodnant Gardens.
Ty Fynnon is ideal for large or extended families or friends who want to be close to the mountains and the sea. The lovely cottage is one of six beautiful self-catering cottages on a private estate next to Snowdonia National Park and just a mile from the beach and four miles from Conwy. There is space for up to eight people to sleep in four bedrooms, a generous sized garden with the option of a hot tub and on-site fishing all year round.
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.
The stunning position of Plas Haf makes it a perfect choice for couples looking for a romantic break by the sea. With access onto a private beach, this stylish holiday lodge sleeps two (or four with the use of a sofa bed) and is located in an enviable waterside position in the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno in North Wales. With stunning views over the Conwy Estuary and Snowdonia Mountains, Plas Haf will fulfil your holiday dreams, whether they are to relax by the sea, explore North Wales or get active in the Snowdonia National Park.
Stay within the ancient walls of Conwy in this charming three bedroom terrace holiday cottage with fantastic views. Gwynfryn sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms and has a flexible layout that appeals to families and couples who appreciate being within walking distance of Conwy Castle, the river, beach, shops and places to eat and drink if you want a night off self-catering. Conwy has excellent public transport links, so staying here means you do not have to drive to be able to immerse yourself in the natural beauty, history and culture of Conwy and the surrounding area.
As the name suggests, this charming fisherman's cottage enjoys a great location within the old town walls of the World Heritage Site of Conwy. The harbour, beaches, shops and places for a meal out are strolling distance away from the holiday cottage and Snowdonia's stunning national park offers endless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. Perfect for those torn between the mountains and the coast.
Impressive from the outside and welcoming from within, Y Wern is an attractive stone holiday home ideally placed in the Welsh seaside town of Llanfairfechan on the North coast. Sleeping up to 8 guests, Y Wern is perfect for families large or small, with 4 bedrooms, a huge garden of 12 acres and lots of character throughout. The beach and pub are within walking distance and there are an abundance of outdoor adventures to enjoy locally in Snowdonia National Park.
It's rare that a large Snowdonia holiday home is as spectacular inside as the views outside, but St Curig's Church in Capel Curig is the exception. This fabulous conversion provides extremely comfortable self-catering accommodation for up to 16 guests, making it popular for family gatherings and holidays with friends. It is across the road from a great village store and within a few minutes' walk from the Bryn Tyrch Inn and Tyn-y-Coed Inn. Moel Siabod is virtually on the doorstep, and with Betws-y-Coed only a short drive away, there are no shortage of cafes, pubs and amenities from which to choose. Capel Curig offers cycling, walking, fishing, horse riding and kayaking. It is a superb base for exploring Snowdonia National Park as it is also within reach of Mount Snowdon, historic Conwy, and beautiful beaches. If you want to experience the best of the great outdoors without forgoing any home comforts, St Curig's Church is a perfect base for your holiday.
Mountain View is a fantastic big self-catering property for groups in an amazing location only a stone's throw from the beach at Penmaenmawr on the North Wales coast. Snowdonia National Park, Anglesey and attractions like Conwy Castle are all within easy reach, with plenty of things to see and do including memorable coastal walks and an excellent network of cycling routes. The former Victorian hotel has been renovated to provide accommodation for up to 55 people in 17 bedrooms with multiple rooms for socialising and entertaining, a full Sky TV package, cinema room and outdoor space. Grab the kids, the dogs and your granny and head north - this house is too good to miss!
A traditional Welsh long house offering the opportunity to escape the pressures of modern day life and relax in a truly tranquil setting. Sitting in an isolated spot, on the outskirts of the village of Penmachno in Conwy, North Wales this is the perfect self-catering holiday retreat for couples or families looking to get away from it all, walk and explore the beauties of Snowdonia National Park.
Escape to the beauty of North Wales in this charming period cottage in the friendly village of Llanfairfechan. Capel Ucha sleeps up to four people in two double bedrooms, with lots of space inside and out for couples, families and friends. It is within walking distance of the beach, village shop and local pub, and has access to fantastic footpaths and cycling routes leading to Snowdonia National Park, the Carneddau Mountain Range and the Nant y Coed Nature Reserve. Anglesey, Conwy and Llandudno are all within easy reach for fun days out, as are favourite attractions that include the Snowdon Mountain Railway and Zip World.
A comfy holiday cottage with views of Conwy's spectacular castle from the garden, providing flexible accommodation within the medieval walls of Conwy town. Great selection of pubs and restaurants on the doorstep, beaches nearby and an ideal base to explore Snowdonia and the many attractions of North Wales.
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.
This family self-catering holiday home is conveniently located between Snowdonia National Park and the beach at Llanfairfechan and within easy reach of Conwy, Caernarfon, Anglesey and Snowdon. It's ideal for walking and cycling holidays, having great access to routes along the coast and through the Carneddau mountain range from the door. ZipWorld, Surf Snowonia and other popular attractions are within 30 minutes, while Chester and Portmeirion are around an hour's drive. Aeronfa sleeps five people in three bedrooms with a second living room that can be set up as an extra twin room to increase accommodation to seven.