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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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in snowdonia.

  1. Irene

    Verified purchase

    "There was no lighting outside, very dark and quite a number of steps to negotiate in that dark.No wifi - when it was advertisedAccommodation quite dirty - needs a really good clean especially the kitchen and its utensilsCooker rustyPillows all dark stained - quite sickening when you find you have been sleeping on them (There was a list telling us what we had to do before leaving e.g. take bedding off to "help" the cleaner! ) thick animal hairs and thick dust on double bed mattress cover under the sheetsdust everywhereSmell of sewage/dirty drains in double bedroomNot child friendlyNo cot facilities - but advertise all children welcomeSuite in lounge needs cleaningNo correlation to the price of 3 nights compared to one nightNo microwave - as advertisedNo bath - as advertisedNo freezer as advertised눇The location was spot on for us and the views excellent.The patio area may have been lovely in summerWe needed to stay in the area an extra night - the price was a lot lower than the three nights if you divide x 3The potential is great - proper care and cleaning non existent"
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  2. 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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  3. Shiladitya

    Verified purchase

    "We were a big group of 14 with 2 dogs. Two of us had their 50th Birthdays that weekend.We all fitted in very comfortably in the large, spacious and beautifully modernised and warm building. There was a large open plan living area and another lounge. Lots of plug points, TV, electrical modcoms everywhere (although the huge TV in the lounge did have a greenish hue). The bathrooms were good as well.It is very pet friendly and the views outside are wonderful.There is lots of parking available.Towels are provided but you do have to bring your own toileteries.The owner lives right next door and is very helpful.The only slight issue is that it would be very useful if finding the place in the dark for some signposting on the hospital road.It would be the icing on the cake as well if wifi was available, even a small charge would be fine.All in all, a wonderful base for a wonderful weekend, 5 stars!"
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  4. Confirmed guest

    Verified purchase

    "On the positive - the location and size of the property were amazing.On the not so positive, the cooking equipment for a party of 14 was limited with few big pots dishes etc that you would expect in a large house. The oven was unpredictable with the top oven working as a grill but not so much an oven. One of the biggest disappointments for our group was the dining table wasn't big enough for all of us.Although we knew the house was self catering some basic cleaning products (cloths being the most missed and only two tea towels), especially as the work surface were slate, would have been helpful.The beds weren't the most comfortable and the house looked and felt as though it had been recently refurbished but not to the highest standard.Overall for a week long trip for a large party it was OK, we felt that maybe more could be made of such a stunning property in a great location."
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  5. Mike

    Verified purchase

    "As a group of 15 staying at S22261:We found the size of the property was just right. Although we had to operate a 2 shift system for eating as the dining table could accommodate a maximum of 10.The accommodation is on three levels with bathroom and bedrooms on all levels; main living area is on the ground floor. Also a large surround sound TV in the lounge which was very good.We found the ground floor warm and comfortable. However, there was air in the radiators on the first floor which meant the first floor bedrooms were a bit cold. Also the mattresses, especially on the bunk beds, were thinly padded such that the spring could be felt!No WiFi or internet at the property, although we did have good 4G mobile phone reception.The main town was within comfortable walking distance, 10 minute flat walk. With good facilities including the excellent ffestiniog steam train."
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