Snowdonia is so well known for its mountains and lakes that sometimes the miles of sandy beaches are forgotten about. A real mix of beaches are available here; from the long sandy stretches to the stone ones and the beautiful hidden coves with waterfalls. They are all here and a really perfect part of a holiday in Snowdonia. If being by the sea is something you like, then here are our top 5 holiday cottages near the beach:
SLEEPS 6 | NEAR BEACH | PET FRIENDLY | REAL FIRE
Renovated and furnished to a very high standard and surrounded by a large lawned garden, this seafront holiday cottage North Wales provides the perfect base from which to enjoy this unique and idyllic North Wales holiday location. Aberdesach is in a tiny little hamlet called on the northern edge of the Llyn Peninsula, about 5 miles south of Caernarfon. The spot is thankfully a bit of a secret seceret hideaway so keep it under your hat for now.
SLEEPS 6 | WIFI | NEAR BEACH | NEAR PUB | REAL FIRE
No.1 Porkington Terrace is a chic and stylish four bedroom holiday cottage in Harlech. Right in the heart of this picturesque and friendly holiday town, the cottage is in walking distance of a lovely collection of cafes, pubs and shops, as well as being within easy reach of a stunning sandy beach and the wild ruggedness of the mountains of Snowdonia.
SLEEPS 9 | WIFI | NEAR BEACH | PET FRIENDLY | REAL FIRE
This beautiful semi detached home is a wonderful example of that traditional seaside holiday cottage. Situated in Llandanwg, near Harlech in North Wales, the house is in walking distance to one of the nicest sandy beaches in the U.K.
SLEEPS 2 | WIFI | NEAR BEACH | FARM STAY| NEAR PUB | PET FRIENDLY
Felin-Pennarth is a romantic one bedroom cottage walking distance from the beach. The elevated outside space, giving you seclusion and incredible views makes this a very unique property where you feel you have got away from it all.
SLEEPS 6 | FARM STAY | NEAR BEACH | REAL FIRE
Formerly the home of a sea captain sailing from Barmouth, this 3 bedroom stone cottage commands truly spectacular views over the Mawddach estuary and Cader Idris beyond. The cottage itself is a traditional build of stonewalls under a welsh slate roof. I was sold on the place before I stepped over the threshold. But I can happily report that the cottage is perfect on the inside too.