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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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Barn in North Wales 4

Barmouth, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £575 Availability

A fantastic, stone farm building in a complex of four situated on the owner s working farm. The village of Dyffryn Ardudwy is under 1 mile and has a train station on the scenic Cambrian line alongside offering a range of amenities including a shop and cafe. The property is ideally placed 5 miles between Harlech and Barmouth, both of which have brilliant attractions including beaches and a picturesque castle. The surrounding mountains are good for walking and visiting the local lakes and waterfalls. Many of the most popular Snowdonia tourist attractions are within 35 miles including Zip World, Snowdon for walking or taking the train to the summit, and the Welsh Highland Railway. This single level barn conversion opens into the lounge/diner complete with comfortable seating surrounding a TV/DVD, a feature fireplace with an electric fire, and a charming dining area. Head through to the galley style kitchen which has been well equipped for all your culinary needs. There are two bedrooms the first is a wonderful king size bedroom with its own en suite bathroom, and the second is a twin bedroom with a lovely en suite shower room. Heading outside, you can find a small courtyard with a bench to the front, which is a great place to catch up on a good book. There is also a shared picnic/BBQ area with tables, charcoal BBQ and a children s play area. For rainy days make use of the shared games room benefitting from a pool table, table football and table tennis.

Barn in North Wales 4

Barmouth, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £575 Availability

Part of a collection of enchanting retreats on the owner s organic farm, near the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy, within Snowdonia National Park. The location is stunning with views across fields to the dunes of the vast sandy beach of Morfa Dyffryn. The beach is 1.5 miles away and offers a large expanse of sand which stretches for miles. The village of Dyffryn Ardudwy has a shop, cafe, and railway station on the scenic Cambrian line, all within 1 mile. Barmouth (5 miles) is a traditional seaside resort with ice cream shops, cafes and restaurants, a great beach and access to the Mawddach Estuary. Zip World, Caernarfon Castle and Welsh Highland Railway can all be found within 31 miles. Step into the cottage on the first floor and you are welcomed into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner a wonderful room that makes the most of the views and has a beautiful high beamed ceiling. The lounge/diner has comfortable seating with a large feature fireplace with an electric fire and a dining area for those family meals at the end of the day. The kitchen area is well equipped and a great space to cook whilst also being sociable with guests who are relaxing in the lounge. Heading downstairs you can find two bedrooms, a super king size zip and link (which can be made in a twin upon request) and a double bedroom. Completing the ground floor is the bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Outside you can find a picnic area with tables and a children s play area. There is also a shared games barn with a pool table, table football, air hockey and table tennis perfect for those rainy days.

Barn in North Wales 2

Barmouth, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £485 Availability

A sympathetic first floor barn conversion, situated on an organic working farm on the outskirts of Dyffryn Ardudwy on the west coast of the Snowdonia National Park. Dyffryn beach is 1.5 miles away and has a majestic stretch of sand, perfect for relaxing or taking a dip in the sea. The village is home to a newsagent, village store, café and railway station (0.8 miles). Visit Harlech (5 miles) for the stunning castle, independent shops and cafes, sandy beach, and theatre, whilst the traditional seaside resort of Barmouth (6 miles) is a must for the beach, boat rides, shops and ice creams! The Mawddach Estuary Trail (13 miles) is fantastic for walking and cycling. Take the external stone steps to the first floor. Before heading into the apartment take a moment to enjoy the countryside and sea views in the distance. When you step in, slip off shoes and hang coats before heading into the lounge/diner. Many original features have been retained giving plenty of character and a cottage feel. There is a comfortable sofa surrounding a TV/DVD and flame effect gas fire. To the side you can find the dining area for romantic evenings in. Make your way through to the kitchen which is compact, yet well equipped for all your culinary needs. The property is completed by a king size bedroom with en suite bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Heading outside you can find a shared games barn which is perfect for rainy days. There is a children s play area and a BBQ picnic area with picnic tables and a charcoal BBQ.

Barn in North Wales 4

Barmouth, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £578 Availability

Escape to this enchanting cottage set in Snowdonia National Park near the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy. The beach is 1.5 miles and offers a large expanse of sand which stretches for miles with the opportunity to enjoy a dip in the sea or paddle along the shoreline. The village of Dyffryn Ardudwy has a shop, cafe, and railway station on the scenic Cambrian Line, all within 1 mile. Barmouth (5 miles) is a traditional seaside resort with a range of shops, eateries, a great beach, and hillsides to explore and access the Mawddach Estuary. Harlech (4.5 miles) renowned for its castle, sandy beach and golf course is well worth visiting. Within 35 miles are Zip World, Caernarfon Castle and the Welsh Highland Railway attractions. The cosy cottage is part of a collection of high quality retreats on the owner s organic farm offering all the thoughtful little extras for your stay. Walk up the external steps to the front door, into the hallway with the kitchen to right, designed for budding chefs to rustle up a meal with your local produce purchases from your travels. When the meal is ready, gather around the table in the lounge/diner, the perfect setting for a family meal. After dinner, relax on the comfortable sofa and chairs, watch a film on the Smart TV, and put on the electric fire in the feature fireplace for cosy nights. Don t forget the games room outside if you want to be more active. When ready for bed you can choose from two bedrooms, a king size with an en suite bathroom, and the twin with an en suite shower room. Outside, you can find a picnic area with tables and a children s play area. There is also a shared games barn with a pool table, air hockey, table football and table tennis, perfect for rainy days and evening entertainment. A stunning location with views across fields to the dunes of the vast sandy beach of Morfa Dyffryn.

Barn in North Wales 2

Conwy, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £500 Availability

Enjoy a romantic retreat at this stylish barn conversion 3 miles from Conwy. Set within a 45 acre farm, the barn 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 bike 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. Head 5 miles north to Llandudno with its beach, the Great Orme, theatre, pier, tram, attractions, shops and eateries. Nature lovers will be spoilt for choice between Bodnant Gardens, the RSPB reserve and on site wildlife excursions, which are available by arrangement. Step inside this converted barn where you will find plenty of space to hang your outdoor attire. Straight ahead is the spacious shower room and the utility cupboard. There is also a separate WC here. Continue through to the stunning double height open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with exposed beams and interesting details. Prepare delicious meals in the contemporary kitchen area with local produce from your travels. Once ready, the dining table by the window is the perfect setting for a romantic meal together. After a full day out, relax on the comfortable sofa, snuggle up and watch a film on the Smart TV. When ready for bed, climb the elegant spiral staircase to the lovely double bedroom for a good night's sleep. Enjoy the weather in this enclosed garden with a paved patio, picnic bench, BBQ, lawn and feature planting. Maybe a peacock or dove will be wandering close by, or perhaps the horse will come to the fence to greet you. You are welcome to explore the 45 acre farm. There is an electric vehicle charge point available for guests at an additional cost to be arranged directly with the owner (Type 2, 7kW, untethered).

Barn in North Wales 8

Cemaes, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £955 Availability

A tranquil and characterful barn conversion where you can relax in the hot tub within the walled garden. Challenge each other to a table football match in the games room. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings, with fantastic walks and bike rides, and sandy beaches within easy reach. Stylish barn conversion within a 7 acre smallholding for families and their dog, with a walled garden, hot tub, and games room. This quirky property is located close to the northern coast of the island of Anglesey. Within 5 miles is the popular beach of Benllech, with fine golden sand and clear blue waters. Enjoy rock pooling, take a family surfing lesson or see some of the island s amazing wildlife. Ride or stride along the Anglesey Coastal Path with breathtaking views. Visit attractions such as Anglesey Sea Zoo, Amlwch s Copper Kingdom and popular towns including Holyhead, Rhosneigr, and historic Beaumaris, all within 17 miles. Whether you are looking to relax, embrace the stunning scenery and island culture or want a more active adventure there's something here for everyone. Approach this creative barn conversion through the garden. On entering, you will find yourself in the welcoming open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with exposed beams, stone floors, feature stone walls, and quirky details. In the middle is the bespoke rustic kitchen, a fantastic space to rustle up a meal of tasty local produce. Once ready, the dining table is the perfect setting for a family meal. After dinner, enjoy a game on the football table in the games room or relax in the lounge with comfortable sofas in front of the Ironheart wood burner for cosy nights in; maybe watch a film on the Smart TV or plan your holiday activities. Also on this floor is the utility cupboard with a washing machine, the stylish bathroom with a freestanding bath, the stunning shower room, and the first of the bedrooms with a stylish double bed. Up the stairs from the games room is the second bedroom with a king size bed. Exploring this barn further, head up the second staircase at the other end of the barn to the twin bedroom. Walk through the twin room onto the balcony, and through to the king size bedroom. This is a lovely house to wake up in whichever room you choose. Outside is the garden with a central path, a lawn on either side, table, chairs, and a charcoal BBQ. You will also see the stone archway leading to the enclosed walled garden with a paved patio, garden furniture, and a hot tub. It s the perfect spot to relax, enjoy the sunshine and embrace the stunning views. The owners are on site at this smallholding, though privacy is assured at all times.

Beach front chalet on the exclusive 5 star Warren Holiday Park 6

Abersoch, Gwynedd, Wales

Beach front chalet on the exclusive 5 star Warren Holiday Park From £2100 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.

This chalet is located in Pwllheli. Plas Heli and Nefyn & District 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 Llŷn and Lleyn Peninsula.

Beautiful Snowdonia Chalet in North Wales 5

Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales

Beautiful Snowdonia Chalet in  North Wales From £805 Availability

Cosy Chalet in a stunning county park central to Snowdonia and Anglesey. Ready to for you to explore for beach lovers to climbers and walkers. Be as busy or as relaxed as you like. On site heated pool.

Located in Caernarfon, this chalet is in the mountains and on the waterfront.

Blaenau Barn 8

Gwynedd, Wales

Blaenau Barn From £1410 Availability

The secluded Blaenau Barn offers the very best of Snowdonia. Sleeping up to eight guests, the beautiful stone built, 4 bedroom, barn conversion is located on the outskirts of Llanffestiniog, less than 1 mile from the village pub and within 3 miles of Blaenau Ffestiniog. Surrounded by gorgeous countryside and stunning mountainous views with a magical waterfall 2 minutes away, This is the perfect place for walking and biking enthusiasts of all capabilities and those who want to gather together in a beautiful retreat in an inspiring location.
Peaceful, private and wonderfully scenic, Blaenau Barn offers a warm farmhouse welcome as soon as you open the door. Enjoying underfloor heating, the hallway opens up to an attractive open-plan living area.  Guests will love the wooden beams, high ceilings, gorgeous wooden floors and cosy evenings in front of the large roaring wood-burning stove. The lounge offers snuggly sofas and armchairs that bask in the warmth of the fire. A television and bookcase filled with books, games maps and local information are provided for your entertainment.  The dining space is large and characterful with a large feature wall map, a talking point whilst enjoying fabulous feasts. Step out through the large sliding doors to experience wonderful views on your garden patio.
The country-style kitchen is modern and spacious, boasting all of the appliances you could need including an electric range oven, dishwasher, huge fridge freezer, wine cooler, microwave and coffee machine.
You will find two gorgeous, characterful bedrooms on the ground floor. Cosy and stylish, Bedroom 1 has a  kingsize bed and underfloor heating. Bedroom 2 also has a comfortable kingsize bed. Both bedrooms can be rearranged into twin rooms if required. Located on the ground floor, you will also find a convenient separate shower room and a utility room with washing machine and dryer as well as a WC and sink.
Upstairs are two large and characterful bedrooms. Bedroom 3 has a Super king bed and en-suite bathroom with shower room and Bedroom 4 has a Super king bed and en-suite bathroom with a luxurious double-ended bath. Both bedrooms have a double sofa bed and can be used as family rooms. Both bedrooms also benefit from the fabulous garden and mountainous views.
The property is family-friendly with a travel cot, highchair and stairgate provided if required.
Outside the large, peaceful enclosed garden enjoys plenty of space for fun and games. Surrounded by stunning scenery, there is a delightful mountain stream and picturesque ponds at the edge of the garden boundary. The spacious patio offers plenty of seating and space for alfresco dining. There is a fabulous fire pit and a stone-built charcoal BBQ so you can enjoy the outdoors even on the chilliest of days. There is ample parking for up to 4 cars and the garage provides secure bike storage.

Blaenau Barn enjoys a wonderfully secluded location with stunning mountain and valley views just on the outskirts of Llanffestiniog and only a short drive from Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Once known as the slate capital of the world, Llanffestiniog is today renowned for innovative activity centres such as Zip World Titan, which whisks you high above Blaenau and down to the valley beneath and Bounce Below, an underground network of trampolines in a huge, illuminated cavern. A deep mine tour at Llechwedd is a fascinating way to glimpse into Blaenau’s history and, if mountain biking trails and thrills appeal, head for Antur Stiniog which offers 14 fantastic gravity-fed mountain biking trails.
Climb aboard the delightful Ffestiniog steam train for a scenic journey to Porthmadog and the coast, where you can enjoy a stroll around the charming Italianate-style village of Portmeirion (8.5 miles).
Its riviera-inspired houses, ornamental garden and campanile stand out against the trees and hills. Portmeirion opened as an attractive private village in 1926. You can stretch your legs in its ten-hectare woodland, an Edwardian wild garden designed by Caton Haigh a world authority on Himalayan flowering trees and exotic plants. The gardens are stunning with camellias, rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolia and maidenhair trees bringing blazes of colour. If you are looking for a memento of your time by the sea in North Wales Porthmadog has some lovely gift shops selling unique traditional and contemporary pottery.
The picturesque village of Beddgelert lies in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park at the foot of Mount Snowdon. It is a very pretty, bustling village full of charming tea rooms, cosy pubs, arts and craft shops and wonderful restaurants, all centred around the Afon Galslyn River. You can enjoy a gentle river stroll to the Aberglaslyn Pass, one of North Wales’ famous beauty spots. The Welsh Highland Steam Railway passes through the village on its journey from Porthmadog to Caernarfon. The village of Beddgelert is famous for its monument to the Welsh Prince Llewelyn’s dog, whom the Prince killed thinking it had attacked and killed his son, only to discover the dog had been defending his son from a savage wolf attack.
For a complete contrast and only a short drive away, visit rugged Dolwyddelan Castle, one of several castles built to command the mountain passes in this epic landscape. Nearer to home, there are excellent walks on the doorstep, with a fairy-tale waterfall just a few meters away.
As well as exploring the Snowdonia National Park during your stay, a short drive will take you to the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are stunning, idyllic beaches to visit, seaside resorts with an excellent bistro life, pretty coastal hamlets, picturesque harbours and smart marinas. The historic fishing village of Aberdaron has a National Nature Reserve famous for its birdlife and has sailing and watersports, fabulous beaches and a lovely sheltered harbour. The Llyn peninsula’s capital Pwllheli is a very busy seaside resort. It boasts a popular sailing and watersports centre, a fantastic marina, art galleries and excellent shops and restaurants.

Bluebell Cottage 2

Maenan, Gwynedd, Wales

Bluebell Cottage From £248 Availability

Bluebell Cottage is a a detached, cosy wooden-clad holiday chalet in a truly idyllic woodland garden location close to the owner's home amidst a 10-acre smallholding on the slopes of the beautiful Conwy Valley, on the edge of the stunning Snowdonia National Park. The cottage sleeps two people in one en-suite bedroom and has a kitchen and a sitting room. Outside is off road parking and a garden with outdoor furniture. Set in stunning countryside, Bluebell Cottage is a cosy cottage for a romantic getaway in Snowdonia.

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