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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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ALPINE LODGE, family friendly, with a garden in Rhyd-Y-Foel 4

Abergele, Gwynedd, Wales

ALPINE LODGE, family friendly, with a garden in Rhyd-Y-Foel From £777 Availability

This property has two lovely bedrooms with stunning views of the surrounding countryside and is able to sleep up to four people in one double and one single room.

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.

Amenities: LPG central heating with gas fire in sitting area. Double gas oven, gas hob, microwave with oven and grill, fridge/freezer, TV with full package including Sports and Cinema, DVD, CD player, Superfast fibre broadband WiFi. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lawned garden and raised front decked veranda with garden furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 1.5 miles.

Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.

Town: Beautifully positioned between the remarkable Vale of Clwyd and the outstanding Conwy Valley, the tranquil village of Rhyd-y-Foel is just one mile from amazing sandy beaches that link the well-known coastal resorts of Abergele and Colwyn Bay. With wide, expansive beaches, the area is renowned for offering safe bathing waters and exceptional water-sports facilities. There is also a great number of walking trails, including the Offa's Dyke pathway and the Clwydian Hill Range. Bodelwyddan, Rhuddlan and Conwy castles are all within easy distance and are worth visiting, as is the Victorian town of Llandudno for its quality shops, restaurants, fantastic dry ski slope and exciting cable car rides. With so much to see and do in the local area, visitors to Rhyd-y-Foel will be spoiled for choice.

Located in Abergele, this lodge is in a rural area. Eryri National Park and Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include The Cayley Promenade and Knightly's Funfair. Traveling with kids? Consider Rhyl Miniature Railway and Rhyl Sun Centre.

Attractive chalet in a secluded valley near Tywyn 4

Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales

Attractive chalet in a secluded valley near Tywyn From £644 Availability

This homely chalet set in the Snowdonia National park enjoys magnificent countryside views and wildlife all around. With free WiFi, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, games and books to make your stay more comfortable.
Close to both Tywyn and the harbour village of Aberdyfi you are never far away from local entertainment and amenities.
This attractive chalet with 2 bedrooms comfortably sleeps 4 guests. We also offer a travel cot and high chair if requested at no extra cost. Set in a secluded 6 acre Chalet park deep in the valley you are surrounded by mountains and woodland with magnificent views. The site is very quiet and home to amazing wildlife. We also welcome pets at no extra cost. The property is no smoking throughout and you have your own parking space.

The chalet has a welcoming lounge with comfortable settees and a dining area. Free WiFi is included in the price of your holiday. There are books and games for your entertainment. The kitchen is well equipped for your stay with all the things you need. We also provide an iron and ironing board. There is a shower room with toilet and sink. All bedding and towels are provided. The chalet has a conservatory with windows on 3 sides. We have a settee and coffee table in here allowing you to relax in your own space and take in the wonderful scenery.

There is plenty of wildlife, mountains and glorious scenery here in Happy Valley. With the scenic ‘Bird Rock’ (Craig Aderyn) and Cader Idris only a 30 minute drive away you can enjoy the most fantastic walks, hikes or if you don’t fancy too much exercise just marveling at the views.

With Tywyn just a five-minute drive away, home to the famous Talyllyn narrow gauge railway and the quaint Harbour village of Aberdyfi (a seven minute drive away) - renowned for its beautiful sandy beach you are never far away from shops, the seaside and local entertainment.

This chalet is located in Tywyn. Aberdovey Golf Club and Fairbourne Golf Club are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Eryri National Park and Tywyn Beach. Traveling with kids? Consider Penrhyn Amusement Arcade and Coastriders Kitesurfing. Discover the area's water adventures with jet skiing and kayaking nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with horse riding and rock climbing.

B12, Tal y Fan in the beautiful Pwllheli 6

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

B12, Tal y Fan in the beautiful Pwllheli From £1225 Availability

Perched on the hillside on the luxury Tal y Fan park at the entrance to Abersoch and with stunning sea views, B12 a perfect seaside escape for families. With stylish open-plan living area, cool decor and a large front enclosed decking B12 provides equally great indoor and outdoor living spaces. Tal y fan is a gated family-friendly park with on-site security and offers a safe environment for children to enjoy; teamed with access to the leisure facilities (at extra cost) at The Warren including outdoor pool, tennis courts, it has something for all the family.

Size: Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms (families only)

Nearest Shop: 1.0 mile

Nearest Pub: 1.0 mile

Coast: 1.0 mile

Pets: No pets welcome

Short breaks: Available outside of Whit and peak Summer holidays

Smoking: No smoking inside

Rooms: Open-plan kitchen/living/dining area, 1 double bedroom, 2 twin bedrooms, 1 family shower room, 1 cloakroom

Beds: 1 double, 4 singles

Luxuries: WiFi

General: TV, electricity and heating included

Utilities: Electric hob and oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher,

Standard: Kettle, toaster

Other: Bed linen provided, please bring your own towels.

Outdoors: Enclosed decking to the front and side with outdoor furniture and barbecue. Site is quite steep in places.

Parking: Gated park. Parking opposite caravan.

You may need to pay an Accidental Damage Deposit or Accidental Damage Deposit Waiver for this property. Where applicable we will contact you in good time before your holiday with further details and to take payment.

This chalet is located in Pwllheli. Plas Glyn y Weddw and Plas-yn-Rhiw are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Llŷn and Lleyn Peninsula.

Bacheiddon Log Cabin 4

Machynlleth, Gwynedd, Wales

Bacheiddon Log Cabin From £858 Availability

Bacheiddon Log Cabin is a charming, single-storey log cabin resting in Aberhosan near Machynlleth in Powys. Hosting two super-king size bedrooms with TVs, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is also an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with underfloor heating and woodburning stove. Outside there is off-road parking for 2 cars and an enclosed rear garden with furniture, as well as a front garden with a hot tub. Bacheiddon Log Cabin is a beautiful dwelling for a family looking for a rural retreat to the heart of Wales.

Banadlen Lodge 4

Benllech, Gwynedd, Wales

Banadlen Lodge From £671 Availability

Banadlen Lodge is a detached cottage resting in Brynteg near Benllech in Anglesey. Hosting two bedrooms; a double with an en-suite shower and a double, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is a kitchen/diner and a sitting room with an electric fire and sofa-bed. To the outside, there is an enclosed veranda with furniture, whilst off-road parking is available for two cars. Banadlen Lodge is a stylish property, ideal for a group exploration to Anglesey.

Bara House 12

Holyhead, Gwynedd, Wales

Bara House From £5316 Availability

This lovingly renovated property sparkles amongst the dramatic backdrop of the Snowdon Mountains and stunning view of Borth Wen Bay. With space for up to twelve guests, and a larger sister property available to book too, large family groups can come together to celebrate and enjoy the tasteful décor, hot tub, private tennis court and coastal walks on offer.

The first floor holds the main living space enabling guests to enjoy the impressive views at their best. A large outdoor terrace with seating and BBQ connects through floor to ceiling windows to the open-plan living space. The well-equipped kitchen with twelve-seater dining area benefits from a huge floor to ceiling window that allows you to enjoy your meals without missing out on the glorious outdoors. Everything you need to host a party is provided with a large breakfast bar island, perfect for catching up over a coffee and croissant, also included is a Rangemaster oven, Insinkerator, two dishwashers, two washing machines, a dryer and a wine fridge, what more could you need?  

A spacious living room opens up to the terrace and holds a large wood-burner and squishy sofas for days when the weather is choosing to be difficult, whilst younger members of the group will flock to the Games Room to make the most of the games consoles, DVD library and Satellite TV!

Sleeping accommodation is spread across the ground floor and first floor, allowing easy access options for those who need it. Two super-king bedrooms complete with en-suite and patio doors allow you to step out and enjoy the crisp morning air coming off the bay each day. Also on the ground floor is a twin bedroom with en-suite and a fantastic nautical themed bunk room that will delight the youngest members of your family, particular as it includes a Nintendo library, TV and chill out sofa! The remaining two large double bedrooms can be found on the first floor and share a family bathroom with shower and excellent sunken bath for luxurious soaks in the bubbles. Zip and link beds mean that most rooms can be adapted for your party, plus cosy under floor heating in all bathrooms mean the emphasis can remain firmly on the comfort and happiness of guests.

The exceptional outdoor area has something for everyone be it a large family BBQ on the terrace, an indulgent soak in the hot tub or just some chill out time in the modern hanging chairs. Shared with the neighbouring property a private tennis court is at the guest’s disposal, plus goals for football and a table tennis table, keeping the more competitive amongst you entertained and occupied!

With the beach just a ten-minute walk away, access to sand and sea is easy with lovely coastal walks easily accessed from your front door. There is much to see and do in one of the most visually striking parts of Wales, if you can tear yourself away from the excellent amenities on offer at Osprey House.

Set in its own delightful grounds Bara House benefits from breath-taking vistas at every angle. Watch the sunrise over nearby Borth Wen Bay, within easy walking distance, ideal for enjoying a lovely coastal walk or getting stuck in with a bucket and spade. Backed by sand dunes this is a lovely safe beach where children can paddle or stretch their legs with the circular walk along Rhoscolyn beach towards the headland.  

If you are looking for a night off from cooking, then we recommend a trip to the excellent local pub, The White Eagle. A real hidden gem, this pub is often referred to as the best on the island, with an elevated outdoor terrace, mouth-watering roasts and a selection of ales, all complimented by a stunning view, just two minutes from your door.

For a day trip out why not visit the only working windmill in Wales at Llynon Mill?  Built in 1775 the mill still produces wholemeal flour, whilst two neighbouring roundhouses provide a unique insight into the farming practise and lifestyle of the Iron Age. There is also a wonderful on-site café to grab some lunch or a slice of cake during your visit.

If you want to get out on the waves, we recommend a visit to Beaumaris Pier to grab a boat trip to Puffin Island. Skippers will steer you past the seal colony and seal cave at Penmon Point lighthouse, whilst the Island itself has a plethora of birdlife from cormorants, guillemots and of course puffins! If you are lucky you may even spot bottlenose dolphins or harbour porpoises swimming by.

A trip into the Snowdonia national park is a must during your stay. Whether you are looking to climb the highest peaks or just take in the natural beauty of the National Park there is something for everyone. We recommend the Llyn Cwellyn Boardwalk trail, an easy access lakeside walk that meanders between two soaring mountain peaks.  If hiking isn’t your thing then why not hop on board the seasonal Snowdon Railway, surely one of the most picturesque train rides in the world, with stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views you can ride the rail right to the summit without any exertion needed!

Bardsey Island View 8

The Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales

Bardsey Island View From £1380 Availability

Nestled high on the hills between Abersoch and Bwlchtocyn, Bardsey Island View occupies a privileged spot with breathtaking views of the ocean, cliff tops, hillsides, mountains and Bardsey Island. This wonderful 4 bedroom property sleeps 8 guests. It oozes style, elegance and calm and has definitely been designed to make the most of the fantastic landscapes and seascapes.
 
Located at the far end of the wildly beautiful Llyn Peninsula, visitors can enjoy stunning beaches, dramatic sea cliffs, pretty coastal hamlets, picturesque harbours, seaside resorts and hiking the amazing Wales Coast Path. The Llyn Peninsula is known as ‘Snowdon’s arm’. It is perfect for those that enjoy an outdoor holiday with walking, cycling and watersports on the agenda. Although Bardsey Island View is only a mile or so from Abersoch, it feels completely rural. Abersoch is a delightful seaside resort with sailing and watersports, a bistro dining scene, fabulous beaches, a lovely sheltered harbour and a good range of shops. It is very handy to be close by!

Within the traditional white pebble-dashed exterior of Bardsey Island View lies contemporary style and fittings. You will be very comfortable here, and you will certainly marvel at the views.
 
At the front of the house, you will find a cosy sitting room with a log burning fire and television. At the back, you will love the beautiful modern kitchen with its central island and the dining area complete with a sofa. Huge floor-to-ceiling doors open out onto a wonderful decked terrace. With the doors open, this is where you will want to spend the majority of your time at Bardsey Island View. The decked terrace boasts a lovely high-quality corner sofa as well as alfresco dining. You can prepare meals at the house barbecue. The far-reaching views are phenomenal. This whole living space with the views is a delight that you will dearly miss when you return home. Steps lead down from the decked terrace to a garden with yet more seating, a lush lawn and a playhouse. It is perfect for children’s games or to laze on the grass, enjoying the Welsh sunshine.
 
This property offers four delightful bedrooms, of which two are located on the lower floor. The master bedroom is very smart and boasts a lovely wooden floor with furniture to match and an ensuite shower room. The other room on this level is a children’s bunk room. It is fun and children love it. There is also an immaculate modern family bathroom. Upstairs you will find two further bedrooms nestled within the eaves as well as another smart family bathroom. One of the bedrooms enjoys a kingsize bed, a bright and cheerful feature wall and lots of light from the Velux windows. The other bedroom is a twin. Every room in this house is decorated beautifully.

The Llyn Peninsula is beautiful with a rich culture and heritage, gorgeous harbours, stunning beaches and dramatic sea cliffs. It is a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where you can walk the Wales Coast Path.
 
Bardsey Island View’s proximity to Abersoch is wonderful. You have the best of both worlds, feeling so remote, and away from it all but fantastic restaurants and excellent shops await in Abersoch. Abersoch has two beaches. The main one offers wonderful watersports and excellent views of St Tudwal’s Islands. The beach is flanked by some of the most expensive beach huts in Wales. They make for a lovely photograph. The harbour beach is great for crabbing and watching the boats. One of the biggest attractions is the ‘micro-climate’ which is attributed to Abersoch’s location on the Llyn, surrounded by the sea on three sides. Abersoch has a number of good restaurants, a few pubs which have children’s play areas and some up-market boutiques and souvenir shops.
 
To the west of Abersoch, at Y Rhiw, you will find Plas yn Rhiw, a 17th-century Welsh manor house set in beautiful ornamental gardens with outstanding views of the bay. It is owned and run by the National Trust. As the road climbs, you will pass Porth Neigwl, otherwise known as Hell’s Mouth Beach which is highly rated as the best for surfing in North Wales.
 
Bardsey Island is also known as the ‘Isle of 20000 Saints’ . It is one of Wales’ natural wonders and was declared a National Nature Reserve in 1986 due to its amazing birdlife. Legend has it that this remote island is home to 20,000 saints who are buried on the island. The stretch of water separating it from the mainland is known in Welsh as Ynys Enlli due to an abundance of rip tides and whirlpools which can make the crossing interesting. The wildlife on the island is extensive with many migrant species pulling over for a pit stop or to breed and nest. Migratory birds visiting include chiffchaffs, goldcrests, wheatears, sedge, willow warblers, whitethroats and spotted flycatchers. Resident species include ravens, little owls, oystercatchers, chough, razorbills, guillemots, fulmars and kittiwakes.
 
Llanbedrog boasts a photogenic line of colourful beach huts and a superb beach. Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw is its wonderful art centre and gallery. Porthdinllaen is a stunning coastal hamlet brimming with quaint houses above a stunning half-moon of golden sand, another great photo opportunity. The village and beach are owned by the National Trust, and access is by foot only. It boasts a lovely characterful waterfront pub. Beside Porthdinllaen you will find Nefyn with its maritime museum, pretty harbour and a sweeping crescent of sand. Its headland golf course is extremely scenic.
 
Llithfaen is a quaint inland village set in a fascinating landscape. On Yr Eifl mountains you will find Tre’r Ceiri, an astonishingly well-preserved prehistoric village which was occupied until about 2000 years ago. Nearby is the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre, Nant Gwrtheyrn.

Barn in North Wales 4

Conwy, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £541 Availability

Set within a 45 acre farm, this property is surrounded by fields of sheep and horses, with resident peacocks and doves also nearby. A major cycle route can be found at the edge of the grounds, offering wonderful rides through the Conwy Valley. Conwy itself is a World Heritage Site and home to a 13th century castle together with a selection of independent shops, restaurants and a fishing harbour. Nature lovers will be spoilt for choice between Bodnant Gardens, the RSPB reserve and on site wildlife excursions, which are available by arrangement. Other nearby attractions include Llandudno, Betws y Coed and the Isle of Anglesey. Inside, the accommodation is spacious and open plan with a fresh, modern feel and plenty of natural light. Prepare delicious meals in the contemporary kitchen area, before dining at the farmhouse table nearby, which enjoys garden views on two sides. The relaxing lounge area sits in sunlight beneath a large Velux window and opens onto the garden through glass patio doors, perfect for summer afternoons. You'll find a smart TV, DVD player and a digital radio here too. Also on the ground floor is a well presented king size bedroom with tasteful antique furniture, tiled flooring and an en suite wet room with shower. Upstairs, a spacious twin bedroom is served by a compact shower room. There is also a charming upstairs snug area with a desk and chair for doing work while away. Outside, there is a beautifully maintained garden with a picnic bench, BBQ, wildlife pond and large lawn area for the whole family to enjoy. There is an electric vehicle charge point available for guests at and additional cost to be arranged directly with the owner (Type 2, 7kW, untethered).

Barn in North Wales 4

Aberdovey, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £667 Availability

This luxurious barn located in Llwyngwril, explore Snowdonia National Park, the coast and countryside of North and West Wales providing opportunities for walking, cycling, golfing, swimming, water sports, boating and fishing. Why not take a journey on the steam railway to Dolgogh waterfalls, climb to a mountain summit or head to the sandy beach in Fairbourne or Aberdovey. There are a range of attractions nearby including Ynys Hir nature reserve, the Dyfi Opsrey project, the Centre of Alternative Technology with cliff railway, King Arthurs Labyrinth, the slate mines, the Museum of Modern Art Wales, the Owain Glyndwr Centre and Harlech Castle to name but a few. This is an all year round destination with so much to do. This beautiful barn conversion sits proudly overlooking the sea, it has been creatively designed maximising the wonderful coastal views and offering all your creature comforts alongside feature stone walls, exposed beams, tiled floors and underfloor heating, all of which are designed to enhance your stay. The door opens into the contemporary lounge/kitchen/diner with pleasing architectural symmetry. If you decide to eat in, the kitchen area has granite work surfaces, electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and all the equipment you need to rustle up a meal. The dining table takes centre stage with room for everyone to enjoy a meal together. After dinner enjoy a board game or just relax on the sofa, loose yourself in a good book or just catch up with your friends and family. For cosy nights in light the wood burner, plan your holiday activities and watch a film on the TV/DVD. From the lounge take a few steps up to the fabulous king size bedroom with stunning sea views and en suite shower room and WC. From the lounge take a few steps down into the lovely second bedroom with super king size bed with rural views and a stylish en suite shower room and WC, guests will love the sliding door feature. This luxury barn is a real pleasure to stay in with lovely views to wake up to. Outside, enjoy the wildlife and wonderful sea views from sunrise to sunset from the paved terrace with table and chairs or enjoy a morning coffee on the barn bench. Relax on the lawn, walk down through the owners fields to babbling stream or head down to the beach. There is plenty of space to store your bike and canoes, and ample private parking for two cars.

Barn in North Wales 4

Benllech, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £416 Availability

Set within eight acres of grounds, this property offers peace and tranquility. Set out on foot to explore the popular seaside town s selection of shops and pubs or head to the private beach to the other side of the small caravan park. At low tide, an expanse of sand is revealed and connects with neighbouring beach, Traeth Bychan. Located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this property is surrounded by wonderful walking and cycling routes with spectacular panoramic scenery. Water sports, fishing, scuba diving and boat trips are all available locally, while the attractions of Colwyn Bay Zoo, Plas Newydd and Pili Palas Butterfly Farm are all just a short drive away. Inside, the accommodation is light and airy with slate flooring, exposed ceiling beams and an open plan sociable layout. Prepare delicious meals in the modern kitchen before enjoying them in the sunny conservatory dining room. At the end of a long day on the water or on foot, relax and unwind together in the spacious lounge, which features comfortable leather sofas, a coal effect electric fire, TV and DVD player. This property offers two light and airy bedrooms, one double and one twin. The bedrooms share a tiled wet room with shower. Outside, there is a patio with furniture and a BBQ for enjoying al fresco meals in the sunshine. An enclosed lawn is accessed by steps.

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