North Wales Cottages

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    Lovely terraced cottage in the large village of Penrhyndeudraeth near Portmeirion. Romantic retreat. Tiered lawned garden. Hill and estuary views. Portmeirion 2 miles. (Ref. 952725)

    7 nights from £229

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    Traditional hepherds hut situated near Holyhead in the Vale of Anglesey. Woodburning stove. Lovely coastal and countryside views. Holyhead 1.3 miles. (Ref. 951657)

    7 nights from £262

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    Delightful single-storey barn conversion on owners' farm near Holyhead. WiFi, enclosed garden, pet-friendly. Ideal base for a couple. Holyhead 1.3 miles. (Ref. 950569)

    7 nights from £379

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    Charming mid-terrace, stone-built barn conversion on owners' farm, near Holyhead. All ground floor, pet-friendly, WiFi, off road parking. Plenty of places to visit nearby. Holyhead 1.3 miles. (Ref. 950568)

    7 nights from £379

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    A lovely semi-detached character cottage. Rustic retreat, perfect for a couple. WiFi. Woodburning stove. Set close to Harlech Castle. Shops, pubs and restaurants 3 mins walk. Harlech Castle 2 mins walk. Beach and golf 1 mile. Porthmadog 10 miles. (Ref. 935954)

    7 nights from £264

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    Delightful studio accommodation in the grounds of the owner's property. Secluded, but within easy reach of many outdoor activities. Woodburner, garden. Betws-y-Coed 9 miles. (Ref. 955083)

    7 nights from £291

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    A pleasant stone-built cottage in a small village of Rachub at the foot of the Snowdonia Mountain range. Two woodburning stoves. Ideal for walking and climbing. Llanberis 9 miles. (Ref. 951055)

    7 nights from £218

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    Superb single-storey, stone-built cottage near Abersoch. Well-appointed. Spacious sitting room. Dog welcome. Pub 5 mins walk. Romantic retreat. Abersoch 1 mile. (Ref. 950961)

    7 nights from £329

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    Superb semi-detached cottage set in peaceful courtyard location, on the owners' farm near Llanfyllin. Lovely romantic base, WiFi. Fantastic holiday location. Llanfyllin 6.5 miles. (Ref. 950908)

    7 nights from £264

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    Superb cosy cottage, one of four, set in a rural, peaceful courtyard location, on the owners' farm near Llanfyllin. Lots of charm. Woodburning stove. WiFi. Perfect retreat for a couple. Llanfyllin 6.5 miles. (Ref. 950907)

    7 nights from £267

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Just Show Me North Wales Cottages

Beaches, mountains, castles, steam trains - there are so many fabulous things right on the doorsteps of our cottages in North Wales.

Let's start at the coast - North Wales boasts a string of award-winning sands. Enjoy traditional seaside fun in Llandudno, with its grand prom and pier. Fantastic sailing and surfing on the stunning Llyn Peninsula. Have fun with the kids building sandcastles and rock-pooling on Anglesey. Walk breathtaking coastal paths, spotting dolphins offshore.

Head inland to mind-boggling landscapes of mountains, waterfalls and more. Walkers and climbers will flock to the rolling Clwydian Range, a stone's throw from the border and historic city of Chester. Or to Mount Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales at the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. Or join the Offa's Dyke National Trail, linking North Wales with South and crossing three AONBs. Experience something new like white-water rafting in Bala. Get muddy on mountain bikes down hair-raising tracks. Or soak up the scenery at a gentle pace aboard mountain trains like the Welsh Highland Railway.

North Wales cottages are perfect for culture buffs!

Romans, Saxons and Normans - they've all been here. Explore Edward 1's mighty ring of castles, including Beaumaris, Caernarfon and Conwy. Learn some local lingo, frequently spoken and appearing on road signs. Look out for choral concerts and Eisteddfods - big celebrations of music, literature and performing arts. Our cottages in Wales are perfectly located for you to enjoy everything on offer in the local area and have a truly memorable Welsh holiday.

And after all that sightseeing, indulge in a few local delicacies such as Welsh Black beef, salt marsh lamb, sea bass or mussels. You'll sleep like a log afterwards in your North Wales cottage!