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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 To Rent

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. Naqeeb

    Verified purchase

    "We drove for around 6 hours from London and arrived at 11:20pm. We kept updating the lovely Christine who told us not to worry about our late arrival time. However, on arrival we were greeted somewhat rudely by one of the owners, Paul. As I parked up and greeted him, he gave a blank stare of annoyance for a good few seconds before bluntly saying, "The keys are on the door!" and walked away. Needless to say this vexed me and sadly made a bad start to what I hoped would be a nice break with my wife and daughter. After entering the property, we found the toilet to be unclean and pet hairs on the sofas and carpets. The electric stove has seen better days and having a shower head attached to the bath taps would have been convenient. Being in a rural area there was very little mobile reception and we were unable to make any calls, having access to the internet would have been very helpful however the WIFI signal was also quite poor and not of much use.Summary:PROS:- Beautiful location with outstanding views from the windows- Beautiful garden- Very warm and well insulated- Complimentary fruits and beverage- Christine as a host was very welcoming on the occasions we spoke- Cot and highchair available for infants- Warm and cosy atmosphereCONS:- Poor welcome on arrival by Paul- Pet hairs on the sofas and carpets. These would inevitably stick to clothes and cause itchy eyes. - Little to no wifi- No shops within walking distance- Condition of the electric stove/oven could have been better- Floor boards on first floor made very loud creaking noises.Could I recommend? No."
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  2. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "Some stunning views of the bay. There is a small stream or mini waterfall that passes through the garden, which produces a relaxing atmosphere. The property itself was clean inside-out. Driving up to the property was a bit tough though as the hill is very steep and the lane leading to the cottage is narrow but empty as it’s a private path. There was a mobile BBQ stand in the patio, which we took advantage of (got our own coal and BBQ accessories). Apart from its nice sandy beaches and stunning views, Barmouth doesn’t really offer much. The locals didn’t seem too tourist friendly either. However, the location is a strategic base if you wish to explore Snowdonia and its wonderful scenery and other historic sites nearby including Harlech Castle (only 20 minutes away by car!). Mount Snowdon’s main walk trails are about an hour away by car. The owner of the cottage was ever so friendly and was flexible with us in terms of our arrival and departure times and really made us feel welcome in the cottage and its surrounding lands. Overall, it’s a great cottage, very clean, nicely furnished, just the right facilities and accessories. Would go there again for sure! May 2012. "
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  3. Colin

    Verified purchase

    "If you are looking for off the beaten track you cannot do better. Sitting on the patio al fresco dining watching the sun slowly setting over distant mountains all to the soundtrack of bubbling water in the courtyard garden pool, perfect. The cottage has been decorated with great care and has many antiques and themed items all of which add to its charm, the bathroom has a co-ordinated nautical theme, very boutique. We mainly cook for ourselves on holiday and did not find ourselves wanting for any kitchen items. The estate is wonderful, commune with the pygmy goats in the paddock at the bottom of the garden, walk in the woods and fields, arrive at the 11/2 mile of babbling river, you get the picture.Finally Paul and Christine the owners are on site, very helpful and if they have the time and you have the time, chat awhile, they have had interesting lives and have dedicated the last 20 years plus to bring the estate back from dereliction to its present proud state."
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  4. Julie

    Verified purchase

    "The location is stunning, however this is not enough to return to this cottage.We unfortunately got locked out and is easily done - the owners do not have any spare sets of keys so my husband had to climb in through the roof velux window (which we had luckily left open) to gain access.The downstairs tv remote did not give access to the integral dvd - therefore had to watch dvd's upstairs in bedroom.CD music system constantly jumps and was unusable.Oven hob is so old heat settings have been worn away so complete guesswork as to which hob ring to use and what setting.General cleanliness was appalling. Cobwebs expected however there were multiple huge, long standing cobwebs throughout the cottage- including inside kitchen cupboards."
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  5. Tom

    Verified purchase

    "Idyllic tranquil location with wonderful views from the really pretty courtyard garden.Super hot weather on our stay so chilled wine provided on arrival really appreciated ! Beautiful decor ,loved the genuine water colours in the living room..Well equipped kitchen with everything one could need.Lots of extras ,very comfy bed and cottage spotlessly clean. Harlech beach,absolutely fantastic,miles of sand. Went for a stroll through the estate,the river is gorgeous,so very peaceful.Far the best cottage we have ever stayed in ,which has been quite a few.Hosts helpful and friendly without being intrusive.Absolutely loved this place,didn't want to leave and cannot wait to return."
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