Caernarfon Cottages

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    Well-appointed, pretty barn conversion in courtyard position, in hamlet of Pentir. Well-equipped accommodation, ideal for a couple wishing to explore Snowdonia. Dog-friendly. Rear courtard with woodfire pizza oven. Llanberis 4 miles. (Ref. 925315)

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    7 nights from £239

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    Luxury, converted child-friendly vestry near Y Felinheli, overlooking open countryside with sea glimpses. WiFi. Open plan living with woodburner. Hot tub. Y Felinheli 2.2 miles. (Ref. 24239)

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    7 nights from £468

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    A superb, character mid-terrace cottage in a quiet village. Hot tub, woodburner stove, pretty gardens. Village shop 2 mins walk. Superb sandy beaches within 2 miles. Newborough 2 miles. (Ref. 934156)

    7 nights from £347

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    A pretty, detached barn conversion, with great views over countryside towards Snowdon. Ideal for walkers, young families and romantic breaks throughout the year. Llanrug 1 mile. Llanberis 2 miles. (Ref. 6145)

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    7 nights from £299

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    A lovely, character cottage, dating back to the 17th century, near the small village of Malltraeth. Surrounded by beautiful grounds in the heart of Anglesey. Many attractions and places to visit within reach. Malltraeth 3 miles. (Ref. 929534)

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    7 nights from £309

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    Delightful detached, single-storey barn conversion in Penmynydd with woodburner and country and mountain views - a superb Anglesey cottage. (Ref. 3876)

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    A stunning, converted chapel. Luxury finish, spacious open plan living and woodburner, Infrared 8 person sauna and games room. Fantastic country views with doorstep walks. Llanberis 3 miles. (Ref. 919390)

    7 nights from £1503

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    A lovely coastal apartment, a short stroll from the harbour in Y Felinheli. Terraced patio. Stylishly furnished and decorated. Views over the Straits. Caernarfon 5 miles. (Ref. 919837)

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    7 nights from £231

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    Impressive first floor apartment forming part of a converted chapel. Original features beautifully restored, unique circular open plan living accommodation. Great base for exploring the area. WiFi. Pubs and shop 5 mins walk. Llanberis 3 miles. (Ref. 934072)

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    7 nights from £479

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    Charming terraced Anglesey cottage close to Newborough. En-suite, patio with mountain views, dogs welcome. Close to beaches, walking and cycling. (Ref. 4198)

    7 nights from £486

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Just show me Caernarfon Cottages

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages in Caernarfon, Wales.

Home to some delightful Caernarfon cottages, this historic coastal treasure is Gwynedd's county town.

Pride of place goes to its grand castle, built during the reign of Edward I and the setting for the Investiture of Prince Charles in 1969. Walk its walls and view its displays, including the Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum.

Explore the meandering streets within Caernarfon's medieval walls, lined with shops, eateries and traditional inns. Or go to the waterfront and walk along the prom, with views across to Anglesey. By day or night, another great spot is Victoria Dock, featuring trendy bars and bistros, attractive shops, a thriving arts centre and maritime museum.

Ready for adventure? Windsurf from the award-winning beach of Dinas Dinlle. Enjoy a Ribride from Victoria Dock along the magnificent coastline - expect high speed turns and encounters with wildlife. Or head back to the castle and climb aboard the West Highland Railway for an awe-inspiring journey through the Snowdonia National Park.

Did you know the Romans lived here for over 300 years? One of their most remote outposts, visit the remains of their fort at the Segontium Roman Museum, a World Heritage Site just outside town.

For family fun and forest adventure, the Greenwood Forest Park offers an array of attractions like the Green Dragon Roller Coaster. Or spend an enchanting day with the fairies and animals of Gypsy Wood, with its wonderful miniature railway.

And on your doorstep are the many delights of the Llyn Peninsula and isle of Anglesey.

No wonder our Caernarfon cottages are so popular!