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65 Log Cabins around Snowdonia

From rugged mountain ranges to glorious sandy beaches, Snowdonia National Park, in North Wales, offers a rich variety of attractions to suit all the family. Great for walking, mountain biking, canoeing or even white water rafting, doing a spot of fishing or taking a steam train or conquering Snowdon!

Barn in North Wales 2

Bala, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £711 Availability

Romantic and idyllic couples retreat with hot tub set in the perfect place to unwind and explore dramatic countryside, historic towns and pretty villages in Snowdonia National Park and North Wales. Close to Bala boasting Wales s largest natural lake, narrow gauge railway, National White Water Centre and a range of shops and eateries. Betws y Coed is full of outdoor activities and craft shops, galleries and pubs alongside the historic bridges, river pools, waterfalls and hill top lakes. Enjoy walking, climbing, sailing, kayaking and fishing in spectacular scenery. Visit historic towns Ruthin and Denbigh, have a day trip to the beach at Barmouth or take the challenges of GYG Karting, Snowdonia s Cader Idris, the Zip World Caverns and Surf Snowdonia. This really is an all year round destination. This former dairy oozes character with beamed ceilings, cosy wood burner, a myriad of stylishly furnished rooms, interesting artworks around every corner and stunning rural views. The impressive entrance hall has oodles of space to hang your coats and leave your boots. Walking back through the hall you will find the large bathroom with a walk in shower, free standing bath and WC, as well as a spacious double bedroom with plenty of storage and lots of natural light. The open plan lounge/kitchen/diner is bright and spacious with French doors opening on to the patio area with wonderful views over grounds towards the mountain range. Relax on the comfy leather sofas, plan your holiday adventures or maybe light the ready laid wood burner and watch TV or a DVD. If you decide to eat in the well equipped kitchen area, with breakfast bar, you'll find all you need to prepare a meal with the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, Dolce Gusto coffee machine, dishwasher and washing machine, alongside all the thoughtful little extras creating a lovely space to cook in. Wander through to the library stairwell, settle down with a good book or listen to the radio. Dressing gowns and towels are also provided for the hot tub. Up the private drive, past the owners home the property nestles on the gravelled courtyard with superb countryside views. Enjoy alfresco dining on the patio area with table, chairs, charcoal BBQ and lovely views over the standing stones and beyond. There are also a number of shared places to sit and relax in the nine acres of grounds, maybe picnic on the lawn or by the standing stones or head to the shade of the trees. If you are bringing your bike there is a lockable store and outside tap with hose available. Plenty of outside space for your canoe or kayak's. The shared, spacious, vaulted ceiling games barn is also accessible from the courtyard and offers a wide range of fun activities to enjoy, including Free View TV with large wall projection, darts, table tennis, slate bed pool table and high quality hi fi system. Ample private parking on site, within walking distance of the property. Please note that the path from the car parking area is quite steep. The owners have also wilded seven acres of the grounds to make a small sanctuary for wildlife with the creation of a large natural lake, new copses and wildflower meadows. Guests are welcome to walk around the lake but swimming and fishing are prohibited, but a wander through the wildflower meadow on a summer's evening is a real nature lovers treat.

Golden Oak Hideaway 2

Beddgelert, Gwynedd, Wales

Golden Oak Hideaway From £420 Availability

After a day spent scaling mountains and exploring castles, return to the forest and sink into your hot tub and relax before getting cosy in your cabin and watching the stars come out through floor to ceiling windows. With cabins that welcome pets, Beddgelert Snowdonia is ideal for a dog-friendly break in Wales and has one, two and three-bedroom cabins, making it perfect for couples, groups and family holidays in Wales.

Enjoy a cabin with hot tub in Wales that’s perfectly located for a peaceful break, surrounded by picturesque mountains and tumbling rivers, close to all the exciting attractions that this wonderful country has to offer. Our Wales accommodation at Beddgelert includes cosy cabins for couples, spacious well-appointed lodges for families and groups, and accommodation that is designed for wheelchair users. Every one of our lodges in Wales has a private outdoor hot tub, and you can bring your four-legged friends too, to enjoy a pet-friendly holiday in Wales.

Porthmadog View Cottage 8

Snowdonia & The Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales

Porthmadog View Cottage From £2234 Availability

Offering stunning views from every room right on the water-front, Porthmadog View Cottage is a luxurious and spacious home for eight very lucky guests with a wonderful balcony over the water!

The main living quarters are delightfully open-plan, with a huge sofa and armchairs to one side, a lovely casual dining area to another, and the magnificent kitchen to the other! A large set of French doors provides a stunning view over the water and the natural landscape all around you, as well as flooding the interiors with a warm glow of light.

The kitchen is bright and modern and infinitely spacious, with a full array of fantastic facilities built-in, as well as an awesome breakfast bar for casual meals and snacks. There’s a second, more casual living area in front of a fabulous wood-burner and TV, where you can settle for a little calm relaxation. If its entertainment you’re after, head to the games room for a round of table tennis!

There are four sumptuous bedrooms in total, two doubles and two twin rooms. Each is warm, bright and cosy, with seating areas and plush furnishings. The undeniable master suite enjoys a full wall of windows overlooking the stunning river outside, as well as a large bathtub which looks out over the room and a separate walk-in rain-shower! The second double room has terrace access, so you can wake up and step straight into the sunshine as you enjoy the sun dazzling over the sea in front of you! There are four fabulous bathrooms to accompany the four bedrooms, and all are spacious, elegant and equipped with fabulous facilities.

And finally, step out onto your incredible sea-front terrace, complete with a fabulous alfresco table! Enjoy a casual drink as you admire the magnificent views across the river and the golden sands of the beach below. This beautifully remote location makes it ideal for a little star gazing by night and watching the world sail by in the day time.

Just a short walk away you’ll find the wonderful town of Porthmadog, brimming with shops, pubs and restaurants and a quaint marina. Take a ride on the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Steam Railways, watch the rare and migrating sea birds along the estuaries or get in a round of golf at Porthmadog Golf Club less than 2 miles away. With the delights of Snowdonia and The Lleyn Peninsula on your doorstep, vast mountains and glistening beach alike await you!

In this region of Wales, you’ll find its first national park: the Snowdonia National Park. 823 square miles of towering mountains and shimmering lakes, it can be seen as far away as Porthmadog on the west coast! Snowdon itself is an icon of Wales, alongside 13 other majestic peaks over 3,000 feet high, ideal for climbing and hiking! But if you’re not as fit as you used to be, worry not – the chilly peak of Snowdon is even accessible by train, so you can enjoy the breath-taking views whatever your level!

The town of Llanberis, at the foot of Snowdon, offers all sorts of quaint shops and eateries like the Llanberis Art & Craft and Coffee Pot and fascinating attractions. There are water sports, climbing and cycling activities, as well as Llanberis Lake Railway, the National Slate Museum and the Electric Mountain Visitor Centre, one of the largest Hydro-Electric power stations inside a mountain!

Wales is a small, mountainous peninsula to the west of England with just over 3 million people (less than a third of London!), yet more than 400 castles and three expansive national parks! With over 15 million visitors a year, there’s got to be something special that brings visitors back time after time!

Could it be the breath-taking scenery? The dazzling gardens? The easy-going and welcoming folk? Or even the heritage railways that never cease to pique one’s interest?

Our personal favourites are the three national parks: the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Snowdonia National Park and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Whether you’re into hill-walking, hiking, canoeing, mountain biking, kayaking or climbing, or the rather more adventurous surfing, hang-gliding or even a go on the only four-person zip line in Europe, you’ll find your perfect spot amid the extraordinary natural landscapes of Wales’ most treasured parks.

With water to the north, south and east, Wales has rather more than its fair share of dramatic coastline, making for not only incredible scenery but also a superb beach holiday destination! The Pembrokeshire Peninsula which looks out over the Irish Sea promises rugged and steep limestone cliffs best enjoyed from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail. Along the way, you will find enchanting villages, picturesque resort areas, idyllic fishing harbours, winding estuaries, and incredible, wide-open beaches

The Wales Coast Path traces the country's entire length, taking in perfect sandcastle-beaches and striking mountain passes weaving through the wilderness. The immense geological diversity can be enjoyed along with the extensive network of paths, while for some jaw-dropping architectural beauty, Caernarfon Castle and Caerphilly Castle are just two of the many sublime castles. While the utterly cosmopolitan Cardiff is brimming with splendid castles, arcades, and historical buildings, making it the perfect base for exploring the rest of the country!

Only two hours from London, getting into Wales is easy! Cardiff Airport, or one of the London airports when visiting South Wales. Other cities served by international airports in England which offer reasonable access to parts of Wales include Bristol (for south Wales), Birmingham (for mid-Wales), Liverpool and Manchester (for north Wales). Along the coastlines the roads are excellent, and there is an extensive train service throughout the country.

The Hollies 4

Prenteg, Gwynedd, Wales

The Hollies From £295 Availability

The Hollies is a detached lodge set within the Aberdunant Woodlands Holiday Park in the heart of Snowdonia. All ground floor, it boasts two bedrooms; a double with en-suite basin and WC and a twin room, sleeping four in total. The interior also offers a shower room and an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire. To the outside is parking for 2 cars and decking with furniture. The Hollies is in the ideal situation for touring all the attractions Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula has to offer. Note: One well-behaved dog welcome.

Barn in North Wales 2

Bala, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £606 Availability

A beautiful couples retreat in an idyllic village location perfect to relax, unwind and explore Snowdonia National Park, dramatic countryside, historic towns and pretty villages in North Wales. Nearby Bala boasts Wales's largest natural lake, narrow gauge railway, National White Water Centre and a range of restaurants and shops. Nearby Betws y Coed with historic bridges, waterfalls, river pools and hill top lakes, is also full of outdoor activity and craft shops, galleries and public houses. Enjoy walking, climbing, kayaking, sailing and fishing in breath taking scenery. Visit historic towns of Ruthin and Denbigh, have a day trip to Barmouth for fabulous beaches or take the challenges of GYG karting, Snowdonia's Cader Idris, Surf Snowdonia and the Zip World Caverns. This really is an all year round destination. The former stables, with full aspect window, is full of interesting objects, stylish features and stunning rural views. The open plan kitchen/diner is welcoming and cosy with the sofa to cuddle up on and watch TV or a DVD, sink into the armchair in front of the fire with a good book, or just admire the Welsh countryside. If you decide to eat in the well equipped kitchen area, with breakfast bar, it has all you need to prepare a meal from the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher to all the thoughtful little extras creating a lovely space to cook in. Meander up the stairs to the luxurious double bed with freshly laundered linen, soft dressing gowns and towels. The stylish en suite has a large shower and separate WC. Up the private drive, past the owners home, the property nestles on the gravelled courtyard with superb countryside views. Across the courtyard, you can enjoy alfresco dining in the private patio area with table, chairs and charcoal BBQ with lovely views. There are also a number of shared spaces to sit and relax in the nine acres of grounds. Maybe picnic by the standing stones or at the top of the garden near the trees. If you are bringing your bike there is lockable storage and an outside tap with hose available. Plenty of outside space for your canoe or kayak. The shared, spacious, vaulted ceiling games barn is also accessible from the courtyard and offers a wide range of fun activities to enjoy, including Free View with large wall projection, darts, table tennis, slate bed pool table and high quality hi fi system. Ample private parking on site, within walking distance to the property. Please note that the path leading from the car park is quite steep. The owners have also wilded seven acres of the grounds to make a small sanctuary for wildlife with the creation of a large natural lake, new copses and wildflower meadows. Guests are welcome to walk around the lake but swimming and fishing are prohibited, but a wander through the wildflower meadow on a summer's evening is a real nature lovers treat.

The Bungalow 4

Llandrillo , Clwyd, Wales

The Bungalow From £341 Availability

The Bungalow is a semi-detached property resting on within the village of Llandrillo. It comes with two bedrooms comprising of a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, together sleeping up to four people and served by a shower room. Completing the interior is an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside, there is off-road parking for two cars and a raised decked area with furniture. The Bungalow is a superb base for exploring this area of North Wales.

Snowdon Vista Cabin 4

Beddgelert, Gwynedd, Wales

Snowdon Vista Cabin From £397 Availability

Snowdon Vista Cabin is a Swedish-style cottage resting on the outskirts of Beddgelert. It houses two bedrooms comprising of a double bedroom and a twin bedroom. There is a shower room with a walk-in shower, basin and WC. Completing the interior is a sitting/dining room with an electric fire and a well-equipped kitchen. To the outside you will find off-road parking for two cars and a patio area with table and chairs. Snowdon Vista Cabin is a wonderful base for exploring North Wales.

Cilan Lodge 2

Llandrillo , Clwyd, Wales

Cilan Lodge From £441 Availability

Cilan Lodge is a lovely modern lodge situated in Llandrillo, Wales. Inside, the property has a studio-style accommodation, hosting an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with one king-sized bed and a sofa bed, sleeping up to four guests. Outside has a small courtyard patio area with furniture and a hot tub, as well as off-road parking for one car. Cilan Lodge is a wonderful choice for a rural break to the heart of Wales.

Porthmadog View Cottage 8

Snowdonia & The Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales

Porthmadog View Cottage From £2234 Availability

Offering stunning views from every room right on the water-front, Porthmadog View Cottage is a luxurious and spacious home for eight very lucky guests with a wonderful balcony over the water!

The main living quarters are delightfully open-plan, with a huge sofa and armchairs to one side, a lovely casual dining area to another, and the magnificent kitchen to the other! A large set of French doors provides a stunning view over the water and the natural landscape all around you, as well as flooding the interiors with a warm glow of light.

The kitchen is bright and modern and infinitely spacious, with a full array of fantastic facilities built-in, as well as an awesome breakfast bar for casual meals and snacks. There’s a second, more casual living area in front of a fabulous wood-burner and TV, where you can settle for a little calm relaxation. If its entertainment you’re after, head to the games room for a round of table tennis!

There are four sumptuous bedrooms in total, two doubles and two twin rooms. Each is warm, bright and cosy, with seating areas and plush furnishings. The undeniable master suite enjoys a full wall of windows overlooking the stunning river outside, as well as a large bathtub which looks out over the room and a separate walk-in rain-shower! The second double room has terrace access, so you can wake up and step straight into the sunshine as you enjoy the sun dazzling over the sea in front of you! There are four fabulous bathrooms to accompany the four bedrooms, and all are spacious, elegant and equipped with fabulous facilities.

And finally, step out onto your incredible sea-front terrace, complete with a fabulous alfresco table! Enjoy a casual drink as you admire the magnificent views across the river and the golden sands of the beach below. This beautifully remote location makes it ideal for a little star gazing by night and watching the world sail by in the day time.

Just a short walk away you’ll find the wonderful town of Porthmadog, brimming with shops, pubs and restaurants and a quaint marina. Take a ride on the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Steam Railways, watch the rare and migrating sea birds along the estuaries or get in a round of golf at Porthmadog Golf Club less than 2 miles away. With the delights of Snowdonia and The Lleyn Peninsula on your doorstep, vast mountains and glistening beach alike await you!

In this region of Wales, you’ll find its first national park: the Snowdonia National Park. 823 square miles of towering mountains and shimmering lakes, it can be seen as far away as Porthmadog on the west coast! Snowdon itself is an icon of Wales, alongside 13 other majestic peaks over 3,000 feet high, ideal for climbing and hiking! But if you’re not as fit as you used to be, worry not – the chilly peak of Snowdon is even accessible by train, so you can enjoy the breath-taking views whatever your level!

The town of Llanberis, at the foot of Snowdon, offers all sorts of quaint shops and eateries like the Llanberis Art & Craft and Coffee Pot and fascinating attractions. There are water sports, climbing and cycling activities, as well as Llanberis Lake Railway, the National Slate Museum and the Electric Mountain Visitor Centre, one of the largest Hydro-Electric power stations inside a mountain!

Wales is a small, mountainous peninsula to the west of England with just over 3 million people (less than a third of London!), yet more than 400 castles and three expansive national parks! With over 15 million visitors a year, there’s got to be something special that brings visitors back time after time!

Could it be the breath-taking scenery? The dazzling gardens? The easy-going and welcoming folk? Or even the heritage railways that never cease to pique one’s interest?

Our personal favourites are the three national parks: the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Snowdonia National Park and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Whether you’re into hill-walking, hiking, canoeing, mountain biking, kayaking or climbing, or the rather more adventurous surfing, hang-gliding or even a go on the only four-person zip line in Europe, you’ll find your perfect spot amid the extraordinary natural landscapes of Wales’ most treasured parks.

With water to the north, south and east, Wales has rather more than its fair share of dramatic coastline, making for not only incredible scenery but also a superb beach holiday destination! The Pembrokeshire Peninsula which looks out over the Irish Sea promises rugged and steep limestone cliffs best enjoyed from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail. Along the way, you will find enchanting villages, picturesque resort areas, idyllic fishing harbours, winding estuaries, and incredible, wide-open beaches

The Wales Coast Path traces the country's entire length, taking in perfect sandcastle-beaches and striking mountain passes weaving through the wilderness. The immense geological diversity can be enjoyed along with the extensive network of paths, while for some jaw-dropping architectural beauty, Caernarfon Castle and Caerphilly Castle are just two of the many sublime castles. While the utterly cosmopolitan Cardiff is brimming with splendid castles, arcades, and historical buildings, making it the perfect base for exploring the rest of the country!

Only two hours from London, getting into Wales is easy! Cardiff Airport, or one of the London airports when visiting South Wales. Other cities served by international airports in England which offer reasonable access to parts of Wales include Bristol (for south Wales), Birmingham (for mid-Wales), Liverpool and Manchester (for north Wales). Along the coastlines the roads are excellent, and there is an extensive train service throughout the country.

Golden Oak 6

Beddgelert, Gwynedd, Wales

Golden Oak From £420 Availability

After a day spent scaling mountains and exploring castles, return to the forest and sink into your hot tub and relax before getting cosy in your cabin and watching the stars come out through floor to ceiling windows. With cabins that welcome pets, Beddgelert Snowdonia is ideal for a dog-friendly break in Wales and has one, two and three-bedroom cabins, making it perfect for couples, groups and family holidays in Wales.

Enjoy a cabin with hot tub in Wales that’s perfectly located for a peaceful break, surrounded by picturesque mountains and tumbling rivers, close to all the exciting attractions that this wonderful country has to offer. Our Wales accommodation at Beddgelert includes cosy cabins for couples, spacious well-appointed lodges for families and groups, and accommodation that is designed for wheelchair users. Every one of our lodges in Wales has a private outdoor hot tub, and you can bring your four-legged friends too, to enjoy a pet-friendly holiday in Wales.

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