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As you pull down into the drive of the cottage, the view that greets you is spectacular; a beautiful old stone building looking out over the Conwy river and the Lledr valley. Wern is a three bedroom holiday cottage with fantastic views near Fairy Glen and a five minute drive from the centre of Betws […]

Ideally located in a quiet rural location this spacious three bedroom holiday cottage near Criccieth is the perfect location for exploring the mountains of Snowdonia to the east as well as the beaches of the Llyn peninsula to the west. Two separate lounge areas, a modern kitchen diner and three spacious bedrooms ensure there’s plenty […]

Lloft-Sarn is a cute little holiday cottage on the Llyn Peninsula. Set out on one floor in a studio style layout, makes it a great space for spending some really good quality family time and it’s central location makes the cottage a perfect base from which to explore the Llyn Peninsula.

Bryn- Dob is a four bedroom holiday cottage set in a picturesque location near Caernarfon and Zip World, Bethesda. Set high up above the village of Tregarth, the views looking out towards the Menai Straits and Anglesey are fantastic, especially with a birds eye view of Penrhyn Castle set amongst it all.

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. You’ll find it in the village of Rhyd Ddu at the foot of Cymru’s highest peak. If you’re familiar with Snowdonia you might […]

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 […]

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.