This traditional holiday cottage on a working Welsh hill farm is tucked away on the rural slopes of the Snowdon Massif above Caernarfon.
This large and spacious holiday retreat on Anglesey has the look and feel of a luxurious country club.
An Elizabethan manor house set in the beautiful Snowdonia countryside in North Wales. The architecture of this amazing property is matched by its rich and fascinating history. If only buildings could talk. The grand fireplace would reminisce how it had warmed the toes of the native princes of Wales. The oak paneled walls in the […]
With views over Snowdon and the welsh highland railway Bron-Eifion is the quintessential Snowdonia cottage. Located right at the foot of the tallest peak in England and Wales, the cottage shares the valley with the Welsh Highland Steam Railway as it pushes its way from Beddgelert to the south up to Rhyd Ddu station and then on to Caernarfon in the north.
If you’re looking for stylish accommodation in the heart of a Snowdonia village, you’d be hard pushed to find anything more beautiful than this cottage. Hen-Lyfrgell – the Old Library – has been luxuriously renovated and comes with superb views over the River Artro and its historic stone bridge. The cottage sleeps up to four guests in two bedrooms, and it really is quite splendid.
A quintessential family seaside holiday cottage on the Llŷn Peninsula, Tyn-Lôn comes with a wonderful garden hot tub and far-reaching countryside views
Bryndaron is a lovely and modern three bedroom holiday cottage near Aberdaron. Beautifully finished, sea views and plenty of outdoor space make it a perfect base to explore the beautiful Llyn Peninsula.
This traditional old barn has been converted into a fantastic farm holiday cottage near Betws Y Coed in Snowdonia, North Wales. As well as providing some lovely holiday accommodation, staying at Haford-Y-Coed gives you that chance to taste the farming life we’ve all wondered about at some time or other. Taking the time to chat to the unbelievably cute piglets in the field next door, feeding the chickens on the other side of the barn or just watching the lambs gamboling across the fields as you enjoy a glass of wine on the patio at the end of the day.