Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Gwynedd
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Set in the North West of Wales, the county of Gwynedd is the second biggest in the country and benefits from running along the scenic Welsh coastline looking out towards the Irish Sea. Its inland is characterised by vast rural areas of green fields and hills and it also falls under the Snowdonia National Park, one of the most attractive places in the whole of Wales. Read More
A superb retreat in Snowdonia for outdoor enthusiasts with the opportunity of fantastic mountain, field and forest walks and hikes from the front door, along with good mountain biking, fishing and scenery. With the stunning coastline within easy reach there's also endless opportunities for relaxation!
Located in the Snowdonia National Park on a six hundred acre farm is this delightful conversion providing a high standard of holiday accommodation in an enviable position on the beautiful Mawddach estuary. The coast is just a short ride in the car with glorious sandy beaches for lazy days.
A very comfortable holiday retreat for two with wonderful views in the village of Penrhyndeudraeth, Snowdonia, North Wales. Perfect for enjoying the many attractions and outdoor activities that North Wales has to offer.
Sitting in a tranquil spot overlooking Cader Idris close to Dolgellau, this welcoming holiday home is perfect for those who enjoy mountain biking, walking, climbing or simply relaxing amongst stunning scenery. Glorious sandy beaches are within easy reach with an abundance of attractions for day trips out. 4 Star.
A cosy cottage providing an ideal retreat for outdoor enthusiasts in Blaenau Ffestiniog surrounded by the Snowdonia National Park. Ideal for walkers, bikers and those who want to explore the national park and its many attractions.
Sleeping six to eight guests, this comfortable cottage is ideally placed on the outskirts of Trawsfynydd village, one of Snowdonia's super activity centres and within easy reach of Blaneau Ffestiniog and Coed y Brenin Forest Park. Affordable accommodation which is ideal for groups of friends and families who have a passion for the great outdoors.
On a private estate that has been in the same family for centuries, this charming self-catering cottage affords one of the most desirable locations in the Snowdonia National Park. Just half a mile from the beach and close to iconic Cader Idris mountain, guests staying at Stable Cottage can enjoy secluded beaches, stunning scenery and the use of an indoor heated swimming pool as the icing on the cake! 4 Star.
An attractive stone self-catering cottage nestling in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. A perfect retreat for walkers and ideal as a base for exploring this exceptionally scenic part of North Wales with Porthmadog, Beddgelert and the glorious coastline a short drive away.
Providing accommodation for six guests, Tyddyn Mawr Farmhouse affords spectacular views and enjoys a coastal location just three miles from the pretty harbour town of Barmouth within the Snowdonia National Park. Gorgeous beaches for lazy days, an abundance of attractions for day trips out and excellent opportunities for walkers, water sports enthusiasts and cyclists.
A delightful four star self catering holiday cottage in a lovely position on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. Ideal for those who enjoy outdoor activities. 4 Star.
A magnificent holiday home for large groups, half a mile from the sea in the Snowdonia National Park near the famous mountain Cader Idris. With secluded beaches, an indoor heated swimming pool and beautiful countryside, this is an ideal place to relax and unwind in this beautiful part of Wales. 4 Star.
Relaxed, comfy and great value for money, this large property allows big groups of up to thirty to getaway and enjoy time together under one roof. There are ten bedrooms, a games room, cinema and even a bar! Set in 4 acres of grounds with the most amazing seas views, Ty Gwyn is a short walk from the pub, shop and beach below Llwyngwril village - guests can enjoy fabulous walking and mountain biking locally.
A large holiday home in an enviable position in Snowdonia National Park. Here you can enjoy stunning sunsets over the sea, with views over Cardigan Bay and mountans to explore on the doorstep. 4 Star.
Why not enjoy superb sunsets over the sea in this lovely holiday cottage that sits in an enviable position within Snowdonia National Park, overlooking Cardigan Bay. 3 Star.
A lovely character holiday cottage near to the sea in Snowdonia National Park - a romantic retreat at any time of the year with views over Cardigan Bay! 4 Star.
A lovely holiday cottage set in a rural location amongst unspoilt countryside in North Wales. A perfect rural retreat for a relaxing holiday with the use of a hot tub.
One of two charming holiday cottages, providing the perfect country retreat in a peaceful unspoilt countryside location in North Wales. With the use of a hot tub, this is the perfect rural retreat for a relaxing holiday.
A lovely original stone self catering farmhouse, located near Dolgellau in the Snowdonia National Park. Ideal for activities such as mountain biking, fishing, pony trekking and golf.
Whether you want outdoor adventure in a stunning setting, lazy days on the beach or a base to explore Snowdonia, this delightful holiday cottage in the Welsh village of Rachub is an excellent choice. Superb walks, attractions and tranquility abound. 4 Star.
A stylish holiday barn providing holiday accommodation of a high standard on the beautiful Mawddach estuary and only five miles to the glorious sandy beaches of Fairbourne and Barmouth. Perfectly placed in the heart of Snowdonia for enjoying the many outdoor activities on offer, along with the areas attractions and fantastic coastline.
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Find out more about Gwynedd
The county has a rich heritage and it fostered a British Prime Minister in David Lloyd George who, even though he was born in Manchester, spent his youth in the county before moving onto bigger things. In fact, Gwynedd was also home to ‘Lawrence of Arabia’, T.E. Lawrence and you can visit his childhood home which is set in the small village of Tremadog and known as Snowden Lodge.
Gwynedd can be identified by its small, railway towns that are found all over the county, in addition to its diverse and bountiful wildlife, traditional seaside resorts and numerous outdoor pursuits.
The mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog has a rich history and heritage and is a popular tourist destination within the county. It features the Llechwedd Slate Caverns which provide a fascinating glimpse into the mining industry in the area and how it made Blaenau Ffestiniog known throughout the country. Like many other towns in the area it placed a huge importance on its railways and the Ffestiniog Railway is a major tourist attraction with its steam trains and age old feel.
Within the Snowdonia National Park is the market town of Dolgellau and here visitors can experience stunning views of the beautiful landscapes and enjoy a wealth of outdoor activities. There are national renowned mountain bike trails around the adjoining countryside and other active pursuits include hill walking, hiking, horse riding, white-water rafting as well as rock climbing and the town is the base for the striking Cadair Idris Mountain.
In keeping with the industrial nature of the county itself, the Sygun Copper Mine which is found in the sleepy village of Beddgelert is a popular attraction. Visitors can go into the mines and learn about its history in amongst the rolling hills and valleys of the Welsh countryside. Gwynedd isn’t all industry and railways and it also has a stretching coastline with beautiful beaches and small seaside towns. The coastal path where walking or cycling enthusiasts can navigate runs for around 180 miles throughout Wales, with a large portion being found in Gwynedd. A relaxing and refreshing way to explore the county.
Traditionalism and heritage play a massive role in this part of the world and for many people; the county of Gwynedd has barely changed in decades. Even now you can soak up the industrious nature of the county with its railways, mining towns and agriculture. In amongst all this are some fantastic beauty spots stretching as far as the eye can see, combined with its majestic coastline and multitude of outdoor pursuits, making Gwynedd a jewel in the Welsh crown.
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