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This is our charming cottage is in the Snowdonia National Park village of Llan Ffestiniog.
Recently redecorated and a lot bigger on the inside than it looks on the outside, it offers spacious and comfortable holiday accommodation. It's the perfect base for a short break or holiday exploring...
Cosy Quarryman's Cottage is a beautiful newly renovated cottage. It has been updated throughout whilst maintaining its traditional features such as the beams, exposed slate walls and inglenook fireplace.
Llan Ffestiniog sits within the Moelwyn mountain range, close to award winning beaches which...
Elevated above open farmland with a fabulous South facing deck. Come and stay at Trem y Dyffryn. Our fully equipped house is located in Snowdonia National Park within access to a host of outdoor activities suitable for all ages. The house has three bedrooms, a full bathroom with Spa bath & drench...
This Victorian property, adjoining what was once the local chapel, retains many of its original features from fireplaces to pew seating in the dining area. With plenty of space for the whole family to relax after exciting days getting out and about in the Snowdonia National Park. Chapel House is...
The Grade II listed house, sitting in the Snowdonia National Park, is a former property owned by Baron Newborough. The building dates back to the late 1700s and has retained many of its original features but has recently undergone a thorough modernisation. The original slate floor in the kitchen...
Our log cabin in Wales, set in the picturesque heart of Snowdonia's National Park, is perfect for your self catering family holiday.
The Norwegian pine log cabin has PVC windows, is well insulated, and offers to you a warm, welcome change from the usual holiday cottage, bed and breakfast, caravan...
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Peaceful + quiet location on very edge of village - opposite a thicket of trees. Choose this log cabin if you like the sound of bird song + a babbling brook close by (subject to water levels).
Suitable for groups + larger families (or those with teens requiring own room).
Bed linen + arrival pack...
A 2 bed roomed log cabin set on a mountainside in the Snowdonia National Park. Chosen to be part of the Snowdonia Dark Sky Reserve project due to its view of the night sky and the lack of light pollution. Available for stays of 1 night December to the end of October. Pet friendly (maximum 2 dogs...
Once the bakery for the village of Trawsfynydd, this cottage is cosy
and modern, yet maintains its original character. Village amenities
and the Trawsfynydd Lake are within walking distance. Further afield
are activities to suit every type of tourist: steam trains, adventure...
20 km from Porthmadog: Comfortable, luxurious cottage 'Gandil', semi-detached. In a quiet position, 500 m from the lake. Private: garden with lawn. Patio, garden furniture, barbecue, parking at the house. Shop 500 m, grocery 7 km, restaurant 7 km, bar 7 km. Golf course (18 hole) 13 km. Nearby...
20 km from Porthmadog: Cosy, comfortable cottage 'Llyn view cottage', terraced. On the outskirts, in a quiet position, 500 m from the lake. Private: patio, garden furniture, parking at the house. Shop 500 m, grocery 7 km, restaurant 7 km, bar 7 km. Golf course (18 hole) 13 km. Nearby attractions:...
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A quiet and peaceful retreat all year round (except November when we are closed).
Warm and cosy. Fantastic Mountain Views.
Pet FREE accommodation.
Well equipped kitchen. Indoor heated veranda with mountain views. Small deck for outdoor eating. Shower room with quadrant shower cubicle and...
Although the Rhiw Goch sadly burned down last year, we can highly recommend
The Brynn Arms roughly 3-4miles from the cabin, on the left just past Trawsfynydd Power Station. Plus, if you fancy a drink and don't want to drive they will share half the taxi fare.
If you want to book ahead...
Ty Llwyd Cottage sits on a hill above the village and lake of Trawsfynydd in the southern part of Snowdonia National Park. It is a cosy cottage that comfortably sleeps six and can accommodate eight. The downstairs is open plan with a dining/pool table at one end with comfy seating around the...
Great for an active holiday, there are plenty of exhilarating activities nearby, including zip wires, cycling and trampolining in a slate cavern.. Ground Floor:
Open plan living space.
Living area: With multi-fuel burner, 32' Freesat TV, DVD player and beams.