New Snowdonia Holiday Cottages For 2016 | Dioni

New Snowdonia Holiday Cottages For 2016

Posted on January 15th by

We have had some really great additions to the Dioni portfolio recently, making the offering for 2016 even better. In case you haven’t seen them yet, here is a run down of the more recent ones:


 

Large Family Holiday Cottage On The Llyn Peninsula | Hen-Felin

HEN FELIN | SLEEPS 10
Hen-Felin is a beautiful and large family holiday cottage on the Llyn Peninsula. This converted mill provides luxurious accommodation for up to 10 guests in this popular holiday destination. Exquisite furnishings and gorgeous location combine to provide a fantastic holiday cottage.


 

Three Bedroom Holiday Cottage in Popular Llangollen | Llangollen-Barn

LLANGOLLEN-BARN | SLEEPS 6

This three bedroom holiday cottage in popular Llangollen enjoys uninterrupted views over the Dee valley. The cottage provides comfortable accommodation for up to 6 guests in a peaceful and tranquil location on the outskirts of town.


 

Detached Stone Holiday Cottage Near Harlech | Cefn-Trefor

CEFN-TREFOR | SLEEPS 9
Cefn-Trefor is a beautiful detached stone holiday cottage near Harlech in Snowdonia North Wales. All the boxes are ticked on this one. Pet friendly, walking distance to the pub, near a beautiful sandy beach, WiFi, everything you need for a fantastic family holiday in North Wales.


 

Contemporary Holiday Cottage With Panoramic Views Over Bala | Rhos-Y-Gwaliau

RHOS-Y-GWALIAU | SLEEPS 9
This contemporary holiday cottage with panoramic views over Bala is in a truly idyllic location. The front veranda looks out over fields of green pasture that roll down to the lake synonymous with this popular market town. A modern well thought out layout and spacious comfortable bedrooms make the cottage a perfect base for a family-break in the country.


 

Large Self Catering Property in North Wales | The Coach House

COACHING-INN | SLEEPS 10
This large holiday cottage at the foot of Snowdon is a beautiful example of a drovers coaching Inn. Built in the 17th century the Inn would provide rest, food and lodgings to drovers transporting livestock and goods from Holyhead in the north down to Cardiff in the south. Our guests tend to bring their cars these days, and the accommodation is a bit more luxurious. But in this quiet, idyllic little hamlet, thankfully, not a lot else has changed. The landscape is as stunning as and the welcome is every bit as warm.