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Holiday Cottages in Snowdonia

 

Snowdonia National Park has so much to offer, from stunning natural landmarks to quaint and picturesque villages, as well as, of course, the majestic peak of Mount Snowdon, which you can actually scale by railway if you don’t fancy the walk! This amazing region is perfect for a cottage holiday and you’ll find some stunning holiday cottages in Snowdonia, whether you’re looking for a spacious lodge for large groups of people, or something small and cosy for a romantic escape.

 

If you’re looking for a relaxing and hassle free holiday, where you maintain complete control over everything, then you can’t beat a cottage holiday. Self-catered accommodation that’s full of home comforts, Snowdonia holiday cottages have all the ingredients for an unforgettable break in the countryside including some really amazing locations, close to beautiful towns and villages, hiking trails and cycling paths.

 

What to see on your Snowdonia cottage holiday

 

Snowdonia National Park is, of course, home to the tallest mountain in Wales, Snowdonia. The climb isn’t too challenging, but you’ll definitely feel a sense of achievement when you reach the top! If you don’t fancy the arduous climb you can actually reach the top via Snowdon Mountain Railways, is actually the only rack and pinion railway in the whole UK.

 

This beautiful National Park is home to some really stunning towns and villages. Certainly one of the most unique is the village of Portmeirion. Built in an Italian style, visiting Portmeirion is like visiting the Mediterranean (admittedly it helps if the sun’s out!) and is well worth stopping by if you’re in the area. Portmeirion was famously the setting of the hit ‘60s science fiction show The Prisoner, and with its idiosyncratic style it’s easy to see why.

 

As well as charming villages and beautiful scenery, Snowdonia is steeped in history. Slate minding was one of the biggest industries in the area, and while the mines and quarries have now closed, many have been converted into fascinating museums, such as the National Slate Museum at Gilfach Ddu.

 

If you’re looking to holiday in the beautiful region of Snowdonia, you’ll find lots of great holiday cottages in Snowdonia to choose from, from charming former mining cottages to larger spacious modern properties filled with home comforts.

 

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Holiday Cottages In Snowdonia

More Snowdonia Cottages

Holiday Cottages in Snowdonia

 

Snowdonia National Park has so much to offer, from stunning natural landmarks to quaint and picturesque villages, as well as, of course, the majestic peak of Mount Snowdon, which you can actually scale by railway if you don’t fancy the walk! This amazing region is perfect for a cottage holiday and you’ll find some stunning holiday cottages in Snowdonia, whether you’re looking for a spacious lodge for large groups of people, or something small and cosy for a romantic escape.

 

If you’re looking for a relaxing and hassle free holiday, where you maintain complete control over everything, then you can’t beat a cottage holiday. Self-catered accommodation that’s full of home comforts, Snowdonia holiday cottages have all the ingredients for an unforgettable break in the countryside including some really amazing locations, close to beautiful towns and villages, hiking trails and cycling paths.

 

What to see on your Snowdonia cottage holiday

 

Snowdonia National Park is, of course, home to the tallest mountain in Wales, Snowdonia. The climb isn’t too challenging, but you’ll definitely feel a sense of achievement when you reach the top! If you don’t fancy the arduous climb you can actually reach the top via Snowdon Mountain Railways, is actually the only rack and pinion railway in the whole UK.

 

This beautiful National Park is home to some really stunning towns and villages. Certainly one of the most unique is the village of Portmeirion. Built in an Italian style, visiting Portmeirion is like visiting the Mediterranean (admittedly it helps if the sun’s out!) and is well worth stopping by if you’re in the area. Portmeirion was famously the setting of the hit ‘60s science fiction show The Prisoner, and with its idiosyncratic style it’s easy to see why.

 

As well as charming villages and beautiful scenery, Snowdonia is steeped in history. Slate minding was one of the biggest industries in the area, and while the mines and quarries have now closed, many have been converted into fascinating museums, such as the National Slate Museum at Gilfach Ddu.

 

If you’re looking to holiday in the beautiful region of Snowdonia, you’ll find lots of great holiday cottages in Snowdonia to choose from, from charming former mining cottages to larger spacious modern properties filled with home comforts.

 

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  1. Lynne

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    "Beautiful cottage. As it is a very old stone building it takes a little while for the heating to warm it up enough and be at a level that is easily maintained. Knowing this the owners do provide the loveliest fluffy blankets to snuggle up in which was great and my entire family took a liking to them. I especially loved the bathroom and had a good giggle about being a bit disoriented when I got out of the bath due to the old wobbly floor.My 3 year old loved the little games room and hubby and I enjoyed a few games of snooker and a bottle of wine when the kids went to bed.My big tips for this house... Blast the heating when you get there then put it on a timer once it's at a comfortable temperature. I had the lounge radiator on in the morning from 7am-10am then again from 3pm-9pm. I had the bedroom heaters on from 6am-8am and then again from 7pm-10pm. I put the kitchen one on manually around an hour before we were going to be preparing meals. Bring a nightlight if your kids are afraid of the dark. We ended up leaving bathroom light on for our 3 year old son at night as, being away from civilisation, the house is pitch black once the lights go out.Being a Welsh country girl at heart I loved this house and it reminded me of growing up in the old stone cottages in Deiniolen. It made me feel homesick and reignited my want of returning home to Gwynedd. It is high up on my list of cottages to return to and Anna (the owner) is very kind and friendly.It is in a great location for exploring nearby Caernarfon, Anglesey, Bangor, Llanberis, Snowdon and Conwy. Big thumbs up from us."
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  2. Rebecca

    Verified purchase

    "Trying to find the cottage was very difficult as we were not given full details on any of the booking confirmation. The owner however was very kind to give us verbal directions and we eventually arrived safe and sound! The tip about looking for lots of wheelie bins was helpfulThe owner was very friendly and welcoming on our arrival and explained about the noises the water pump makes, how to heat the water and that we would need to take an electric meter reading at the beginning and end of our stay to pay the rates. The cottage is very cold and also expect wonky floors and very low ceilings. Everything is powered by electric so expensive to heat and cook. Make sure you bring jumpers and blankets to keep warm.The outdoor BBQ space was great but the downside was there were only 4 chairs for the plastic table. There are two benches but there are nowhere near the table area. Location of the cottage was good, a few minutes away from Caernarfon and 20 mins from Snowden. A big downside for us was the shower in the cottage, it was appalling...a luke warm drip!! The whole bathroom is on a slant as well so that took some getting used to. On the upside the annexe shower was powerful.The sofas in the living room are extremely uncomfortable so our hopes of sitting round the fire in the evenings and chatting about our day wasn't great as we all ended up with back pain. I should note that there is only room for 5 people on sofas. there are two dining room chairs placed next the fire which we took it in turns to sit on."
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  3. Stephanie

    Verified purchase

    "The notice for this property is rather worse for wear so it was difficult to identify that we had arrived.The direction that it is adjacent to a garage we did not find to be helpful.The cottage was welcoming internally, and externally has a good sized patio table and chairs. However, the property is situated on a busy road so traffic is constantly going past when sat on the patio. Internally, cleanliness wasn't excellent ie. cobwebs on the staircase, numerous items under beds in the twin. It was comfortable however. The property could do with one extra toilet, as the two toilets are situated within a bathroom and shower room (the former is straight off the kitchen) - this is not sufficient for the number of people that this property caters for. Incidentally, we did have to keep repairing the toilet handle in the downstairs bathroom.The public trail to the beach at Fairbourne is not marked at the property end, we only found it by walking back from the beach where it is marked as a public path. It is a fair hike though. Walking along the road to Fairbourne is dangerous due to it being a twisty and busy road.The kitchen is a good size but we could have done with some scissors and a serving bowl.For us, the equestrian centre was a plus. We really enjoyed the 2 hour beach trek on horse back - all the equestrian centre staff were great and made it an enjoyable and safe experience. We also enjoyed watching the activity around the horses each day."
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  4. Dorothy

    Verified purchase

    "Heather is a warm and welcoming host, calling a few days beforehand to let us know about local walks and things to do in the area. The house was warm, the beds were comfortable and the kitchen was equipped with everything you need to cook. The showers were hot and had great pressure. Heather left us with a welcome hamper, which everyone appreciated. There were 5 of us - 2 adults and 3 children (14, 12 and 10) and our elderly dog. It is a peaceful location (especially since there is no mobile reception and the WiFi is quite poor).If you have young children, there are a lot of fiddly bits in the house (ornaments / clutter) that I would worry that young curious children could destroy. The garden is not enclosed or secure. The ad says that the boundary fence in the garden may not be secure for small pets. It definitely wasn't as a ram kept visiting the property daily causing a bit of stress for our dog.The kitchen table only allows 4 to sit at it. For more than that, you can use the dining room / conservatory, but you have to carry your food through the house to get to it, which is on the other side of the house.There is a washing machine and a dryer to use. The owner asks for a discretionary charge of £2 / wash and dry. The wood burning fireplace was cosy and easy to use and an lovely feature. We had a lovely peaceful time."
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  5. anthony

    Verified purchase

    "Well ,this was the most difficult of all the cottages we have rented to review.Whilst the cottage itself was central for touring Snowdonia and was spotless, had every facility and was very comfortable and the views front and back were stunning I found the position of the cottage and the village of Pfestiniog very depressing.For those that have not been here before ,like us,it is community of dark terraced cottages,there is nowhere to eat day or evening other than a couple of fast food shops and is devoid of any character.The only tourists we saw were those that were bused in to take the narrow gauge rail trip to Porthmadog.Now I,m sure lots of people who relish outdoor pursuits will disagree with me and say the gloom of the houses and the slag heaps are all part of lts charm, but it was not for us.We had one other issue ,it was the problem of parking which was not highlighted in the brochure,most residents in the lane do not have garages so it is a lottery whether you can park anywhere near the house,which we found a pain when returning late in the evening."
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