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Holiday Cottages In Snowdonia

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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. Pamela

    Verified purchase

    "Pro's - not too far from Caernafon, hot tub, peace and quiet, log burner.Cons - no welcome pack, we're regular cottage users, and whilst I'm not saying I expect sensational welcome packs, having the basics is useful especially when you aren't next door to the town. There was no bread, milk, or 'welcome pack' just as well we came with some basics, but if we hadn't I would have been annoyed. I've been to cottages with welcome packs being like hampers to basic items. The heating is governed by the main house. Whilst this wasn't an issue as once the house had heated up it was warm, you were stuck until it came on. If you were in the house all day it would have been chilly, though the wood burner heated the house nicely. The water pressure in the shower is shockingly bad, probably due to the water source, but the bath was fine. The hot tub is in a covered in area, you've got to prop the door open if you want a view, but this wasn't a major issue.The owners were out so their son showed us to the cottage, I think he was caught out a bit. So whilst it isn't a really bad property to stay at, it isn't as good as some of the other properties we've stayed inthat have been a higher standard for the issues mentioned above. This is why it's been marked down. If you stay in cottages regularly you find you become quite discerning."
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  2. Wayne

    Verified purchase

    "This was, without doubt, the best Welsh cottage we have ever stayed in and Mary, the owner, was the perfect host and could not do enough for us. The cottage is utterly charming and full of character and its layout, history and location make it the perfect base from which to explore North Wales. The reason for my two 9's are that the property could do with a few more teaspoons (easily remedied!) and the last part of the approach road is single track which could put a few people off. Another point to note is that the beams in the old part of the property, charming as they are, took a little getting used to at I am 6ft 2in. 7 of us stayed in the property but it could easily accommodate 9. We have taken annual self catering holidays for the last 29 years and I cannot easily think of many other properties which I would thoroughly recommend but if you are a larger party and want to explore North Wales then you could do a lot worse than to stay here. We were sad to leave and have already recommended the property to a friend looking to go to the same area next year."
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  3. Dave

    Verified purchase

    "The owners who live next door to the cottage are friendly and welcoming. The cottage is amazingly situated on the reverse lower slopes of Snowdon itself and its possible to walk up from the cottage itself on a well trodden path, which joins the Rhyd Ddu Path from the Station near Beddgelert. The views from the cottage are stunning as you look across the valley at Trum y Ddysgl Elevation 2326 ft and Moel Hebog Elevation 2568 ft. The very pretty village of Beddgelert is about 3 miles it has some useful pubs and restaurants serving good food. The Welsh West Highland railway station at Rhyd Ddu is 1 mile in the opposite direction. Caernarfon is 10 miles. We can vouch for the hot tub which is well maintained and spotlessly clean and only 6 feet from the cottage door. The footage is very warm and cosy and we would stay again without hesitation."
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  4. Elizabeth

    Verified purchase

    "We had a brilliant week ! The cottage was really comfortable - beautiful bedding and towels . The weather was changeable but didn't stop us from walking up Snowdon from the farm and doing a zip wire at Bethesda . We couldn't find fault with the cottage really - it was warm , cosy and fully kitted out with kitchen utensils etc . We even managed a roast dinner for 7 when family visited !! The milk in the fridge was welcome as were the tea bags coffee sugar and herbs ! We were made very welcome by the owners and would definitely return again and have no problem with recommending it to others . Ooh forgot to mention the hot tub which was a luxury after all the walking !!! Lovely cottage , lovely people - a definite hit !!!!!!!"
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  5. Margaret

    Verified purchase

    "A perfect setting for a 90th birthday celebration over the Christmas period. Our large family of 11 adults and 6 children (several visiting by day) assembled from different parts of the British Isles to enjoy this pristine cottage set in the spectacular scenery of Snowdonia. The cottage was spacious, comfortable and warm, with the added bonus of the woodburner. The kitchen and conservatory met all our requirements for a family Christmas dinner with the 2 large tables, plenty of chairs etc. We also enjoyed family walks and visits within the local area during our week's stay. The owner was very friendly and always on hand to answer any queries. A wonderful experience leaving us with many happy memories."
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