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Cabin in Blaenau Ffestiniog
forest hideaway, hot-tub, cinema
Our secluded cabin is surrounded by ancient oak tree forest and all the wildlife that comes with it. It’s so peaceful that you will only hear the river and the birds. Set in 10 acres of our own land for you to explore and easy access to Snowdonia public foothpaths, it’s perfect for those looking to spend some time in nature. The cabin itself features private wood fired hot tub, wet room, underfloor heating, large deck with bbq, kingsize bed, kitchen, living and dining area and a private cinema.
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Barn in Llanberis
Beautiful Welsh barn at the foot of Snowdon
The Barn is situated in a stunning and idyllic location surrounded by nature, and yet within easy access to the Village and the start of the main Snowdon footpath.The Barn has been sensitively restored and maintains many of it's original features,including crog loft (upstairs sleeping area with limited head room, accessed via steep stairs) and exposed beam ceilings.The 7.5 acres of land are situated directly behind the barn. Close proximity to Zip World, Caernarfon, local beaches, and waterfalls
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Barn in Llangernyw
Bit on the Side - Drws Nesa
Knock it down and Start again they said! But we felt there was way too much history, character and magic in those old walls! It’s been a barn, a printing press, and even a secret chapel. Now it’s your next holiday destination. We’ve lovingly restored our outbuilding to the highest standard. The views of Snowdonia, the amazing sunsets & the starry nights are truly stunning. Large garden and hot tub, stay in and relax or venture to the coast or up to the mountains! All within half an hours drive.
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Guest house in Llangernyw
Y Felin: The Mill
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Apartment in Conwy Principal Area
Chic boutique apartment
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Cabin in Gwynedd
The Pens - Cabin - Snowdonia
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Apartment in Conwy Principal Area
Beautiful, dog friendly, woodlands, beaches, patio
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Cottage in Conwy
"Seren Las" - Conwy town
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Cottage in Isle of Anglesey
Barn conversion with amazing views
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Cottage in Maentwrog
Romantic Grade 2 Listed Cottage in Maentwrog
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Cottage in Llanfrothen
Romantic Couple's Cottage in an Idyllic Setting
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Home in Llansanffraid Glan Conwy
Hot tub - Number 35
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Cottage in Clynnog-fawr
Bryn Goleu
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Flat in Rhos on Sea
Flat C View. For sand, sea, slate and fire.
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Barn in Rhiw
The Little Thatch Barn
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Your guide to North Wales

All About North Wales

North Wales is home to pretty fishing towns, miles of rugged coastal paths, and millennia-old lore and legend. North Wales was once the land of Celtic clans, ruled over by the Romans, and the contested property of several warring British kingdoms. As with the rest of the country, the scenic landscape is a wild and beautiful mix of mountains, rivers, cliff faces, and rolling fields.

From Llandudno to Llangollen and from Anglesey to Snowdonia, North Wales towns offer one of the oldest European languages, countless castles, and plenty of cream teas. You may find yourself driving down narrow, winding, hedge-lined roads or wandering along sandy beaches, contemplating the grey expanse of the Irish Sea. in North Wales, you’ll find no end of opportunities for exploration. Adventurous outdoor activities await, including hiking, cycling, rock climbing, and water sports — even one of the world’s first indoor surfing locations.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in North Wales

The climate of North Wales is famously cool, wet, and windy, adding to the fresh and wildly adventurous atmosphere. For the best chances of sunshine, you’ll want to book your visit in the summer months. Summer’s longer days make it possible to fit in more exploration and make the most of some of the UK’s best beaches, and the Conwy River Festival in mid-July combines water sports with a big barbecue on the beach. If cosy, fireside moments and bracing walks are more to your liking, you might enjoy a self-catering accommodation in North Wales during the winter months. Boxing Day brings out the bravest of residents for a bracing dip in the sea at beaches across the region.


Top things to do in North Wales

Ffestiniog Railway

This 13.5-mile-long railway, established in 1832, operates under the world’s oldest independent company. Hop on at Porthmadog Harbour and take it easy as your heritage steam train rumbles along to Blaenau Ffestiniog, meandering through mountains and past waterfalls, forests, and pastures, with a journey time of just over an hour.

Anglesey

Make the drive over the Menai Suspension Bridge or Pont Britannia from the mainland to explore over 120 miles of rugged shoreline by bike, on foot, or from a kayak. You can tour the 13th-century moated Beaumaris Castle on the eastern coast, make your way around the island’s five working lighthouses, and spot seals and porpoises from the coastal path while coughs circle overhead.

Conwy Castle

Built in the 13th century for Edward I, Conwy Castle in Conwy is one of the finest medieval castles in Europe. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the fortress and its eight towers are in an impressive state of preservation. Restored spiral staircases make it possible to walk the entire circuit of the battlements, gazing across the kingdom as King Edward would have over seven centuries ago.

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