Looking for a place to stay in walking distance of the village hostelry? Charge your glass & take a look at our top five North Wales holiday cottages near a pub.
We’re pretty sure that it’s a universally acknowledged truth: there are few better things in life than a glass of your favourite tipple when you’ve actually got the time to sit back and enjoy it.
Whether you’re coming to North Wales for a walking break (and we’ve got to admit, all of our favourite walks end up at the local pub) or just want somewhere near your cottage so that you can enjoy a hearty lunch or evening meal without the hassle of cooking or washing up, we’ve got some great recommendations for your next trip away.
From sunny beer gardens with soaring mountain views to cosy snugs with roaring fires and great real ales, these beautiful cottages are all in easy walking distance of a friendly village local.
Time to raise your glass to our top five North Wales holiday cottages near a pub. Bottoms up, and cheers to your next holiday!
Price From £43 / Night
Sleeps 2 + cot | WiFi | Near Pub | Pet Friendly | Real Fire
Ty-Eiddew is a romantic one bedroom cottage in Dolgellau. Set in the heart of town, this beautiful cottage is a real hidden gem with plenty to do nearby.
Price From £47 / Night
Sleeps 3 + cot | WiFi | Near Pub | Pet Friendly | Real Fire
Clogwyn-Bach is the perfect walkers’ holiday cottage at the foot of Snowdon. A traditional quarryman’s cottage ideally placed for walkers, mountain bikers and hikers in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park.
Price From £57 / Night
Sleeps 4 + Cot | Farm Stay | WiFi | Near Pub | Real Fire
This two bedroom family holiday cottage near Conwy provides the perfect base for guests wanting to explore this beautiful part of north Wales. This old barn on what is still a working farm has been beautifully renovated to provide a real home from home.
Price From £61 / Night
Sleeps 4 + cot | WiFi | Near Beach | Near Pub | Pet Friendly | Real Fire
Y Felin, Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy, is in a rural village in Snowdonia, half way between Harlech and Barmouth on the Cambrian Coast road. A short grassy drive leads up to a private but sunny garden. (It never rains in Wales, honest!) Slate stepping stones guide you to the front door of this beautiful, typically asymmetrical, 17th century stone cottage.
Price From £86 / Night
Sleeps 8 | WiFi | Near Beach | Near Pub | Pet Friendly | Real Fire
Tan-Y-Wenallt is a ‘ty unnos’ or ‘one night house’. An ancient and well known tradition here in Wales. During the 18th century, a time of rapidly expanding population and poverty, it was generally agreed that a property could be built by squatters on common land so long as it was built within 24hrs, one day and one night. The test being that smoke had to emerge from the chimney before sunrise the following morning. The occupier was then allowed to claim a portion of the surrounding land. The boundary being set by the distance he could throw an axe from the new house.