Snowdonia Cottage Holidays
Beautiful landscapes as far as the eye can see
Snowdonia is a beautiful National Park, complete with dense forests, towering mountains and sparkling lakes. Whether you want to explore the area’s rich history, go walking in the fresh air or sample some Welsh delicacies, Snowdonia has lots to see and do.
From lakes to mountains and forests, Snowdonia is blessed with varied and beautiful landscapes to enjoy. Perfect for long Sunday walks and soaking up the fresh air.
Rain or shine, this National Park is a wonderful place to enjoy a holiday. Get out and explore the paths or while away a rainy afternoon with a long lunch in one of the many eateries.
With views like this, it’s hard to resist venturing out into the great outdoors. Snowdonia is great for walking, cycling, climbing and simply soaking up the amazing views.
This village is known as the ‘gateway to Snowdonia’ and it’s a great base for exploring this beautiful National Park. It sits beside two rivers and is surrounded by Gwydyr Forest.
The market town of Dolgellau is a great place to stay if you enjoy walking, climbing or mountain biking. Cadair Idris mountain (featured) is nearby, there are several paths to choose from and the views are brilliant.
Types of Holiday in Snowdonia
Snowdonia is well suited to a holiday with your dog. Miles of countryside, plenty of fresh air and pet-friendly accommodation make this a pet lover’s paradise.
Imagine relaxing into warm bubbles after a long day in the great outdoors. This could soon be a reality in one of our lovely cottages with a hot tub in Snowdonia.
When the evening draws in and there’s a chill in the air, what could be better than curling up in front of a roaring fire. Snowdonia has dozens of cosy cottages with log fires to choose from.
From food festivals to walking trails, this National Park really does have something for everyone. Soak up the fresh air and some of the best scenery in Wales or join in with one of the many events taking place here.
Lancashire is not short of stunning places to visit. Its coast is packed with brilliant beaches and vibrant towns. There is also the Forest of Bowland for country walks and picnics in the sunshine.
This is the only coastal National Park in the UK. A stunning area of sandy beaches, towering cliffs and hidden coves, this spot is perfect for a seaside break in Wales.