Location is everything of course and it doesn’t get much better than this. Hen-Feudy is a single story barn conversion in the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy half way between Harlech and Barmouth on the Cambrian coast road. In a slightly elevated position on the outskirts of the village the cottage commands breathtaking views across Cardigan Bay and the mountains of North Wales.
Derwin is a magical character holiday cottage near Criccieth in North Wales. Built in the 16th century with the blood money of King Henry VIII in his effort to influence the nearby monastery the cottage is a fascinating combination of old world charm and modern comforts.
This fantastic two bedroom barn conversion provides luxurious self catering accommodation on a welsh hill farm just outside Betws Y Coed in North Wales. The cottage is really stylish inside with all the mod cons you’d expect like under-floor heating and large flat screen TV. The location, high up on a hill overlooking a beautiful valley is the cherry on the cake.
Cefn-Isaf, a self catering barn conversion with sea views, is located in a spectacular position on a Welsh mountain farm. Behind the cottage, ancient oak woodland stand bravely at the foot of the rugged slopes of the Rhinog mountains. In front, hills of green grass roll down to the picturesque seaside village of Llanbedr and the beautiful Cardigan Bay Coastline beyond. A truly idyllic holiday location.
Derwin-Fawr is traditional detached two bedroom north wales holiday cottage on a working farm on the western edge of the Snowdonia National Park. It’s central location allows guest to enjoy the mountains of snowdonia as well as the famous sandy beaches of the Llyn Peninsula. But we should explore inside the cottage first.
This traditional holiday cottage on a working Welsh hill farm is tucked away on the rural slopes of the Snowdon Massif above Caernarfon.
This gorgeous stone cottage at the foot of the Berwyn mountains comes with fantastic views across rolling farmland to the hills and mountains beyond.
A secret forest hideaway in the woods above Beddgelert, this gem of a property comes with its own extensive woodland and stunning mountain views
Bryncaled is a two bedroom ground floor barn conversion near Chwilog a beautiful and rural part of the Llyn peninsula. The sun was shining and the neighboring farmer was haymaking when we visited the cottage, so I think we saw it at its idyllic best.
Cefn-Rhyd is a pretty two bedroom welsh country Cottage near Betws Y Coed – seven miles outside this popular tourist hotspot in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. The cottage’s central yet rural location means guests benefits from being within easy access to many of Snowdonia’s attractions as well as being assured of a quiet nights sleep. And best of all there’s one pub just about walking distance away. (Bring a torch!)
Glandwr is a traditional stone holiday cottage in Cwm Nantcol above the picturesque village of Llanbedr in North Wales. This three-bedroom cottage on the banks of the river Artro is within easy reach of both the mountains and the sea and provides a great base for families wanting to explore this lovely part of Snowdonia.