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74 Log Cabins in Gwynedd

Explore the stunning Snowdonia National Park, the beautiful Llyn Peninsula. From sandy beaches to rugged mountains, a holiday in Snowdonia has lots to offer. How about White Water Rafting? Spotting osprey near Porthmadog? Or a trip on the The Ffestiniog Railway?

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Aberdovey, Gwynedd, Wales

From £504 Availability

Aberdovey, which is in the Snowdonia National Park, is a village of great character and charm, located at the mouth of the River Dovey. It is unspoilt and the small amount of development that has taken place in recent years has been carried out at the rear of the village thus not disturbing the sea front and shopping area. The estuary offers excellent facilities for sailing and water-skiing, there being a public slipway. There is a superb sandy beach with sand dunes which is ideal for children, behind which there is a well-known golf course. It is possible to hire sailing boats and canoes and to go on fishing trips. Windsurfing is now a very popular sport in the estuary and boards can also be hired. Kite surfing is also popular and local tuition is available. There are two public tennis courts, a pitch and putt and a bowling green. The surrounding area provides plenty of entertainment for children on bad days. At Tywyn, just five miles away, there is an indoor swimming pool, squash courts, playground, cinema and the well-known Tal-y-llyn narrow gauge steam railway. The countryside around Aberdovey is reputed for some of its beautiful walks, Happy Valley being just to the rear of the chalet site. the famous Cadir Idris mountain is 40 minutes drive away. The chalet is on a small exclusive site immediately at the rear of Aberdovey being some two-thirds of a mile from the village centre. It is on high ground and each chalet enjoys unrivalled views over the Dovey Estuary and South Wales. It is said that on a clear day one can see the North Devon coast. The site is surrounded by fields and open countryside and could not be more safe for children. It is a Norwegian pine bungalow, being finished to an extremely high standard with double-skin walls, floor and roof and double-glazing. Thus it is warm and cosy on a wet and windy day and cool on a hot day. The accommodation is as follows:- Living/Dining room - this is a particularly attractive feature of the chalet as it is south-facing with picture windows all round and it enjoys fabulous views. Leading off is a large balcony which can be used for eating out. One corner of the room is used as a dining area with a large pine refectory table that will easily seat eight people. At night, the seats pull out and converts into a 4’6” double bed. The whole room is tastefully furnished in pine and bright colours. There is a colour television and a digital satellite dish in place, but tenants need to bring their own black box and viewing card. Kitchen area - another corner of the living room is separated off to form a compact but practical kitchen incorporating a fridge, dishwasher, small microwave oven, electric cooker and masses of cupboards. It is fully equipped with cooking utensils, crockery, glass and cutlery for eight people. Bedroom No. 1 - double bed with duvet, fitted cupboards. (Double blankets are available if required; they are stored under the dining-area sofa unit) Bedroom No. 2 - double bed with good headroom plus full-length single bunk bed above also with good headroom, duvets, chest of drawers and hanging space. There is a cot provided (that would need assembling), along with an Ikea infants high chair. Bedroom No. 3 - full-length bunk beds with good headroom, duvets, fitted cupboards. Bathroom - Shower, wash basin and WC. Cupboard containing mains switches, hoover floor cleaner, etc.. Bed Linen, bath towels and hand towels are provided. Please bring your own beach towels. Please also bring with you a small amount of dishwasher tablets if you wish to use the machine. OCCUPATION: 2 p.m. on day of arrival; departure by 12 noon at end of stay.


Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales

From £525 Availability

Chalet 64 is a bright, airy totally refurbished 2 bedroom chalet situated in a great position on Erw Porthor, Happy Valley Chalet Park. It has 2 bedrooms and sleeps up to 5 persons. It has a double bedroom with the second bedroom having bunk beds (2) and a single bed. It has a lounge and a separate dining area - dining table seating up to 6 persons. Included in the lounge is a smart TV, an ipod docking station and radio, there are DVD's and games provided, WIFI is available throughout the chalet. there are French doors from the lounge which leads on to the decking area. The kitchen has modern facilities including oven, grill, hob and oven gloves Included in the bathroom is a shower, WC and wash basin and bathmat. Bed linen and tea towels are provided for your convenience, electricity is included in the rental cost. Throughout the chalet there are various USB charging points. Pets are welcome (maximum 2) however you must bring own dog bed/feeding bowls, pets do need to be pre booked. For families there are also available a travel cot, safety gate and baby chair, the chalet suits families looking for a quiet rural holiday in comfortable surroundings but with easy access to nearby seaside resorts of Tywyn (1 mile) and Aberdovey (3 miles) Chalet 64 looks forward to welcoming you


Abersoch, Gwynedd, Wales

From £1470 Availability

The Warren is well known as simply the best 5 star Holiday Park in the UK. This Beach Front line Chalet and the parks facilities will give you and your family one of the best holiday experiences you can imagine. The view from the chalet is quite simply breathtaking. Relax or play it is your choice - simply stroll along the mile and half white sand beach or take advantage of the wonderful spa and sports facilities. Perfect for families of all ages and generations and has plenty of facilities for children including indoor and outdoor pools but you may just want to sit and watch the world go by with the spectacular sea view. The chalet is high quality Italian fit out and has everything you need for a wondrful holiday. With 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms it can accommodate 6 people.


Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales

From £410 Availability

Situated in a well established holiday park roughly 2 miles from the Royal town of Caernarfon with facilities including an outdoor heated swimming pool (seasonal) with poolside bar, onsite café and shop. The historic town of Caernarfon is a popular spot for tourists with a busy high street offering an array of shops, cafes, bars, amenities and attractions including the renowned castle. The chalet is well located for Snowdon, Anglesey, Llanberis, Beddgelert and numerous other places of natural beauty and outdoor activities. All within 10-20 minute drive. You’ll be spoilt for choice! The Chalet is located in a private setting with views towards the lake. The accommodation sleeps 6 and briefly comprises of; open plan lounge and modern kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms. The Chalet has a large decking area looking out towards the lake. The chalet is equipped with most modern amenities. The kitchen is equipped with crockery, cutlery and utensils. It has cooking facilities briefly comprising of oven, hob, microwave, toaster and kettle The bathroom has a bath and shower The living room provides comfortable seating and dining facilities with Freeview and a DVD player. The chalet comprises of 2 bedrooms; Bedroom 1 – double bed, sleeps 2 Bedroom 2 – 2 sets of bunk beds, sleeps 4 A TV with DVD player


Caeathro, Gwynedd, Wales

From £595 Availability

147 SNOWDON DRIVE Recently refurbished, clean and cosy 2 bed cabin with large enclosed decking on the beautiful Glan Gwna, Caernarfon. Our modern cabins with a nautical style offers a double bedroom and bedroom with a triple bunk. Perfect for couples and young families. Two double sofas in lounge, one of which is a small double sofa bed. Clean light open plan cabin leading out onto a large deck, ideal for summer bbqs and evening drinks. Set in stunning scenery in the grounds of Glan Gwna Holiday Park with superb site amenities in the heart of Snowdonia. Heated outdoor pool end May to September with plenty of outdoor seating Clubhouse with Sky TV, evening entertainment and serves food On site shop with all the essentials Cafe/pizzeria. Fishing (Fly and Coarse) - Glan Gwna boasts its own coarse fishing lake and the river Seiont flows through the park. Anglers can enjoy carp, trout and salmon fishing within the park itself. Glan Gwna offers a second private fishing lake at nearby Pentir, aimed at expert anglers with the opportunity to fish for carp as well as roach, rudd and bream. Daily permits can be purchased in reception, and please note, a rod licence is required. Great central location. Most tourist attractions less than half an hour away... Caernarfon town centre and Castle, Bangor, Dinas Dinille beach just 5miles away, Mount Snowdon, Aber Falls at Abergwyngregen, Conwy Castle, Betwys y coed, Bedgellert and Anglesey. There is so much to see and do around the area or just relax in the peace & quiet. Book now for your holiday for 2019. Discounts for long stays over 2 weeks please ask for details Site is open from 1st March until 4th Jan. Electric card meter. (Credit will be available on arrival but it is guests responsibility to pay for what you use) Site address is Glan Gwna Holiday Park, Caethro, Caernarfon, Gwnedd LL55 2SG Ideal place for your holiday exploring North Wales. You will find your stay here very relaxing. Arrivals are from 3pm & please vacate by 10am.


Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

From £944 Availability

The lodge is a brand new double width lodge fronting the lake at Hafan Y Mor's latest development. It has a glass fronted deck around two sides to maximise the view of the lake and it's fountains. The lodge is tastefully furnished to reflect a classic country house style. There is a shaker kitchen with integrated appliances. There are two bedrooms, one with king size bed and en-suite bathroom, and the other with two singles and walk in wardrobe. There is an additional family bathroom. The lodge is located in a quiet and gated area of the park.

3 Bed Cabin, Sleeps 4 +1 5

Pennal, Gwynedd, Wales

3 Bed Cabin, Sleeps 4 +1 From £717 Availability

Nestled on an old quarry track within the Dyfi Valley hillside, amongst giant redwoods and pine trees you will find Little Kestrel Cabin. Sitting on the footprint of an old Welsh Lime Kiln, you are treated to panoramic views along the valley, towards the beautiful beaches of Aberdovey. Walk along the track and pop out on the Dyfi river, jumping trout and lambs surround you with the rolling hills in front. Douglas Fir-clad walls and an eclectic mix of leather, linen, pine and velvet come together to make a cosy, relaxed stay. The Welsh slate topped sink and hand painted units create a wonderful welcome to this delightful cabin. A large farmhouse table, wood burner and two comfy sofas for planning adventures, eating and relaxing. Take a book off the shelf and put a log on the fire, or throw the doors open and take a glass of something cold to enjoy the view across the valley by day and Snowdonia’s star-filled ‘Dark Sky’ at night. Run up a mountain, or snooze amongst the Dunes, a wonderful combination of mountain and sea makes Little Kestrel perfectly placed for a relaxing summer holiday, adrenalin filled adventures or a romantic getaway. Interior & Facilities The Cabin is accessed through the French doors, on the raised deck, where you will find the kitchen with Nespresso coffee machine & pods waiting to welcome you. Sit at the large farmhouse table and plan a route, or sink into the sofa and take in the view. There are three bedrooms, the master has a king-sized bed, dressed in Egyptian cotton on a marshmallow soft duvet and sprung mattress. French doors open onto the enclosed Rhododendron garden to the rear, a serene space to sit amongst the trees. The second double bedroom has a Shabby-chic bygone feel, with Eileen Soper’s 50’s prints and a charming cast iron double bed that’s bound to ensure a wonderful nights sleep. The third is a single bedroom, wonderfully cosy with up-cycled picnic table bed head, step ladder side table, and 60’s G-plan drawers. The smallest room, with stunning views to compensate, is available upon request. The beautiful bathroom has a seaside feel, painted boards in a pale heritage blue with walk-in shower and heated towel rail. Facilities include a washer-dryer; dishwasher, induction hob, oven, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and Nespresso coffee machine. Bluetooth Sound system, Smart TV, Netflix, superfast broadband & WiFi. The cabin is fully heated throughout with programmable electric radiators, 24-hour hot water on demand, a wood burning stove and all beds have sleep safe electric blankets. Outside Open the kitchen doors and walk out onto the elevated deck, put your coffee and Welsh cakes on the top rail and take a breath. Mighty oaks to the left, tree-lined quarry road to the front and Dyfi estuary to right with Kites, House martins, and Buzzards above. The sitting room French doors lead out onto the 18th century Lime Kiln, take a cushion and sit on the reclaimed oak whiskey barrel Adirondack chairs. Enjoy a barbecue, or cosy around the fire pit as night falls, and gaze at the stunning stars in Snowdonia’s light pure sky. A five minute walk at the bottom of the track will find you on the banks of the River Dyfi, with hills and sheep abound and plenty of places to stop along the way to picnic and watch the jumping trout. Situation and Location Kestrel Cabin is situated on the outer edge of a private Lodge Estate, just outside Pennal and has parking for two cars. Ideally placed, within Snowdonia National park, and within easy reach of Cardigan Bay’s glorious beaches and its breathtaking mountain views. The closest town, just three miles away is Machynlleth, the ancient capital of Wales, it Boasts Wales’ own MOMA Art Gallery, museums, pubs, cafes, supermarket and a fantastic Wednesday market selling local foods. Machynlleth is also host to the Comedy festival in May. Go further along the coast road and you will be in Borth, call into the Cors Dyfi RSPB Dyfi Osprey project within the nature reserve on the way. Then onto towards the seaside town of Aberystwyth. If you are staying local then a 20-minute walk to The Riverside gastropub in Pennal will provide good food, local ale and excellent company at the bar, or if you prefer, just stay in and bathe in the wonderful peace and quiet of this charming wooden cabin. Beaches Take a left and pop out onto the coastal road that winds along the estuary towards Aberdovey, 6 miles away, here you will find a delightful seaside town with handmade ice cream, buckets for crabbing, great Deli diners and the acclaimed Seabreeze restaurant. The sand dune capped beach towards the North side is 5 miles long and dog-friendly all year round. Aberdovey also boasts an 18 hole Links golf course that has hosted national competitions. Cycling and mountain biking Wales is a keen advocate for cycling and have a purpose built Climachx trail mountain bike course in Corris, just 8 miles from the cabin, bring your own bikes and keep them stored safely below the deck or hire bikes at Dolgellau (pronounced Dolgethlie) If your cycling errs towards a genteel stroll then the Mawddach trail won’t disappoint, at 30 miles long the scenery is breathtaking and if you schedule a stop at the George III on the Estuary you can enjoy a pub lunch and drink ale from the local ‘Moose’ microbrewery. There is a lot to do, or if you’d rather, …nothing at all.

Abersoch Country House 12

Abersoch, Gwynedd, Wales

Abersoch Country House From £3064 Availability

A breathtakingly beautiful home nestled among the picturesque scenery of a 28-acre private estate, Abersoch Country House is a magnificent home with equally majestic views of Snowdonia on the horizon!

With all the charm of a traditional Welsh country home and the comfort of a contemporary villa, these interiors offer spectacular style and boundless homeliness simultaneously. This is nowhere more obvious than in your not one but two living rooms, the first with huge open access to the garden and soft yellow walls, the second more rustic, with an exposed stone fireplace with a wood burner. The kitchen, meanwhile, is more rustic still, with slate floors and a beamed ceiling framing a superbly spacious room within, with a Rayburn, a large pantry and utility room and even two dishwashers so you can spend more time doing the things that matter. Cook up a storm and then wolf it down in this wondrous Orangery, with walls of windows and French doors welcoming in the sunlight and providing satisfying views out across the garden. 

There are four sumptuous double bedrooms, and a superb family room with a king-size bed and set of bunk beds! All ooze elegance and sophistication, as well as a delightful touch of nature, and each is fitted with only the finest furniture and elegant decor, including a spectacular array of antique furnishings. And all five are blessed with breath-taking views out across the sublime countryside of the Llyn Peninsula or your beautiful garden. The master suite enjoys a dazzling ensuite bathroom, while two more sublime bathrooms are shared across the remaining rooms upstairs, with a further cloakroom on the ground floor.

To really enjoy the fresh air and tranquillity of this location, head out into your incredible garden! First, head to the stone patio, positioned to enjoy the sun for the whole day long, with a luxurious hot tub right beside the Orangery. Fire up the barbecue and settle in outdoors, as you admire these countryside and mountain views from the array of garden furniture! You’ll even find a separate barn across the courtyard with table tennis, a pool table and a big sofa in one corner, making this an ideal spot for a big family or large group of friends to spend a little time! And what’s more, Abersoch beach is just on the doorstep, so guests of all ages can enjoy a seaside outing!

Just a stone’s throw from the house is the popular seaside resort of Abersoch, offering visitors tons of water sports including sailing, as well as spectacular, scenic beaches and a plentiful supply of cafes and attractions. Take the kids pony trekking or venture out on the seas in a fun-filled boat trip. Or for something with slightly less adrenaline, enjoy a little art and crafts, or simply build sandcastles on the beach. If you time your trip right, in August you might get to enjoy the annual Abersoch Regatta!

The Llŷn Peninsula itself is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and as soon as you arrive you’ll see why. The Irish sea to one side and the stunning Cardigan Bay to the other provides miles and miles of beautiful beaches - while the craggy peaks of Snowdonia in the distance promises breath-taking views while you paddle or dip in the sea. Whether you’re into walking or wildlife or whiling away the hours on the water, you’re bound to find something for you in the area.

The Wales Coast Path runs the entire 84-mile coast of the  Llŷn Peninsula, taking in the peaceful coves, dramatic cliffs, sandy, windswept beaches and historic forts along the way. Right at the tip ‘Snowdon’s arm’, this rugged stretch of land branching out across the Irish Sea, is the fishing village of Aberdaron - passed through by the thousands of pilgrims who made their way to Ynys Enlli, the ‘Isle of 20,000 Saints’ each year, now known as the National Nature Reserve of Bardsey Island.

Wales is a small, mountainous peninsula to the west of England with just over 3 million people, yet more than 400 castles! 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?

Abersoch House 14

Gwynedd, Wales

Abersoch House From £3015 Availability

An incredibly sociable and spacious home, Abersoch House strikes the perfect balance between contemporary sophistication and homely comfort.

This is the dream home for relaxation and rejuvenation, with countless casual seating areas including a snug and a dedicated TV room with huge leather sofas. The main living room is divided in two by the fabulous brick fireplace frame, with sofas either side of it. Your magnificent dining table sits to one side of this, and alongside this is your breath-taking kitchen! Absolutely enormous, it is equipped with everything you could wish for and more to rustle up everything from a light snack to a hearty meal!

As in the rest of the home, the colours are subtle and understated, creating a delightfully modern and luxurious feel. Half of the walls in this open-plan space are occupied by huge sets of French doors, flooding the room with warmth and light and delivering you straight to the fabulous garden! And when it’s time for some rest, head up the staircase that encircles the hallway to find the first of the bedrooms.

There are six bedrooms in total, each utterly stunning and designed for maximum comfort, including wall-mounted TVs in all of them. The design echoes the living spaces, including muted greys, pale blues and glints of gold and silver. The master suite features balcony access, as well as an incredible oversized bathtub. There are five double rooms and a delightful children’s room with built-in bunk beds.

There are also five bathrooms in total, all sleek and sophisticated and elegant and a total joy to use. Three of the rooms enjoy a private ensuite bathroom, and there’s a fabulous family bathroom too. On the top floor, two armchairs set in the eaves look out over the quaint countryside, and you’ll also find a snug with an Xbox on this floor!

And finally, the jewel in the crown of this stunning property is undoubtedly the incredibly social and spacious terrace! Dine alfresco at the enormous dining area before retreating to the relaxed seating area to kick start an unforgettable evening of fresh air and contentment as you watch the sunset and admire the stars in these dark skies!

Within walking distance, you’ll find the quaint village of Abersoch where you can enjoy a tipple or a fine meal, while you’re just half an hour from Porthmadog, the gateway to Snowdonia National Park! The Lleyn Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, an utterly wild haven for surfers and adventurers and brimming with culture and heritage!

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!

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.

Alpine Lodge 4

Rhyd-y-foel, Gwynedd, Wales

Alpine Lodge From £325 Availability

Set in its own grounds on the outskirts of rural Rhyd-y-Foel, this charming property is just a mile from the stunning Welsh coastline and is within easy driving distance of from both Abergele and Colwyn Bay. This lovely cottage offers traditional home-from-home style accommodation and includes a well-equipped kitchen, a lovely sitting area with flame-effect fire. There is also a large veranda to the front of the cottage offering great views across rolling fields and local woodland, making this an ideal spot for walkers and nature enthusiasts. With the Clwydian Hill Range, the Great Orme and the Victorian town of Llandudno close by, there is plenty to do in the local area.