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.
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.
Gilfach-Y-Nant is a three bedroom holiday cottage in Beddgelert near Snowdon. On the banks of the river Glaslyn, the cottage offers the perfect location for guests wanting to explore this popular picture postcard village and the surrounding mountains.
This pretty little bungalow with panoramic views is surrounded by rolling farmland, with hills and mountains beyond. Sleeps up to 5 guests in three bedrooms
This stylish two bedroom, Grade II listed holiday cottage near Betws y Coed comes with a pretty garden terrace and big mountain views. A peaceful village location.
Crogen-Wing is part of an impressive 14th century Manor house near Bala. The westernmost wing of the Manor house has been cleverly divided into elegant self-catering accommodation for guests wanting to visit this wonderful part of North Wales.
This pretty two bedroom holiday cottage in Dyffryn Ardudwy is set in an idyllic and peaceful village location walking distance from a beautiful sandy beach. And with the mountains of Snowdonia behind you and two pubs within walking distance the location of this charming cottage couldn’t be better.
An idyllic waterfront hideaway with a stunning mountain backdrop. This cosy cottage comes with a hot tub and sun deck, and sleeps up to four guests.
Watch the tide ebb and flow against a stunning mountain backdrop. This beautiful waterfront cottage in North Wales sleeps up to four guests.
Laundry-Cottage just oozes character. A unique 14th Centuary stone built cottage with its original inglenook fireplace, hand carved oak beams and a spiral stone staircase. You can almost taste the history in this property.
Ty-Mawr is an impressive detached self catering stone farmhouse in Llanuwchllyn just outside Bala in North Wales. This part of North Wales is very popular with adventure sport enthusiasts and hopefully you’ll find this cottage a perfect base from which to explore.
Glan Yr Afon is a cosy cottage on the northern coast of the Llyn Peninsula. Two bedrooms, sleeping four, a beautiful traditional quarrymans cottage with a modern feel.