With Storm Emma making an almighty appearance last night, we’ve had an influx of requests for holiday cottages with log fires. There is nothing more inviting than having a log fire roaring once you’ve closed the door for a cosy night in or like last night when we had to batten down the hatches when Storm Emma showed her face! Here are our top 5 holiday cottages with a log fire…
From £72 / night
SLEEPS 6 | WIFI | NEAR PUB | LOG FIRE
Set at the foot of Snowdon, Iorwerth House is a lovingly renovated quarrymans cottage in Rhyd Ddu. Being in the heart of Snowdonia, there are incredible views on your doorstep making it the perfect place to explore the region alongside a bit of rest and relaxation.
From: £79 / night
SLEEPS 8 | WIFI | LOG FIRE
Traditional farmhouse accommodation in one of the most beautiful valleys in Snowdonia. Bryn-Weirglodd offers a great combination of5 star self-catering set in a faultless tranquil location. Beautifully appointed bedrooms and comfortable living areas compliment a setting where walkers can head off straight from the front door whilst beach lovers only have a short10 minute drive down to the seaside villages of Criccieth or Porthmadog.
From: £50 / night
SLEEPS 4 | WIFI | NEAR BEACH | NEAR PUB | LOG FIRE
This Harlech holiday cottage with sea views is located right in the heart of the famous castle town. Perched between the mountains of Snowdonia and the beautiful sandy coastline of Cardigan Bay, the cottage is walking distance to a lovely selection of shops, cafes, and the all important village pub.
From: £43 / night
SLEEPS 3 | NEAR PUB | PET-FRIENDLY | LOG FIRE
The renovation of Llwyncelyn, a picturesque holiday cottage in Dinas Mawddwy, has obviously been a labour of love for owners Paul and Di. Their care and attention to detail during the restoration process is apparent in every corner of this lovely two bedroom stone built cottage in Dinas Mawddwy.
From: £86 / night
SLEEPS 6 | FARM STAY | NEAR BEACH | NEAR PUB | LOG 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.