The booking via Sykes was very 'user-friendly', done very easily by helpful and friendly staff, and follow up emails quick and efficient.
Mrs Kirby, Tilbury, Essex, April 2013
The ease with which the booking was made. The person I spoke to was friendly and helpful. The booking process was simple.
Mrs Jones, Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taff, April 2013
Beaches, mountains, castles, steam trains - there are so many
fabulous things right on the doorsteps of our cottages in North
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
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
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Aber Eilian Bach | Llaneilian near Amlwch, Anglesey | Anglesey
Wonderful Amlwch holiday cottage set in a rural village on Anglesey. Ground floor accommodation. Three bedrooms. En-suite bathroom. Outdoor swimming pool. Gym and games room. Moelfre 7 miles.
Tyddyn Gyrfa Cottage | Cemaes Bay, Anglesey | Anglesey
A charming, renovated farmhouse dating back to the 1760s, situated in the heart of Cemaes Bay. Large garden, Blue flag beaches and miles of unspoilt coastline within walking distance. An ideal coastal cottage for a family. Amlwch 5 miles.
Farmhouse Cottage | Pentraeth, Anglesey | Anglesey
Delightful detached farmhouse cottage at end of country lane. 4 miles to beaches at Red Wharf Bay on Anglesey. Pentraeth 1.5 miles.
Pen-y-Coed | Malltraeth near Newborough, Anglesey | Anglesey
Detached, stone-built farmhouse 5 mins walk from coast. Comfortable, well-equipped accommodation. Excellent walking, birdwatching, beaches, golf. Rhosneigr 8 miles.