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    Tryfan: A delightful mid-terrace cottage in the popular village of Llanberis, in the foothills of Snowdon in North Wales. Good family holiday accommodation over three floors. Modern kitchen and bathroom. Dog-friendly. WiFi. Woodburner. Shops and pubs 5 mins walk. (Ref. 941277)

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    Snowdonia Cottage: Comfortable, modern mid-terrace cottage in Llanberis, ideal for walkers and outdoor adventurers. 2 mins to shops and pubs, 0.5 miles from the mountain tram to Snowdon. Coast 7 miles. (Ref. 928829)

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    Snowdon View: Cosy, charming character terrace cottage, close to amenities, in the village of Llanberis. Homely and welcoming with woodburner. Open plan living accommodation. WiFi. Nearby walking access to Snowdon. Caernarfon 7 miles. (Ref. 928908)

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    Meirionfa: A delightful end of terrace cottage in the popular village of Llanberis, in the foothills of Snowdon in North Wales. Good family holiday accommodation over three floors. Modern kitchen and bathroom. Dog-friendly. WiFi. Shops and pubs 2 min walk. (Ref. 938178)

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    Halford Hill: Detached house in Llanberis in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. Spacious accommodation over four floors. Sauna. Excellent base for a get together. Caernarfon 7 miles. (Ref. 884)

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    Y Llofft: A beautiful second floor apartment, centrally located in the heart of Llanberis. Open plan accommodation. Ideal for a couple. Perfectly situated for town amenities, local activities and access to Snowdon. Wifi. Caernarfon and coast 7 miles. (Ref. 943437)

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    Ty Coch: Lovely family friendly detached cottage within walking distance of the centre of Llanberis. Set over three floors, lawned garden with decking, pet-friendly. Fantastic base for exploring Snowdon. (Ref. 949178)

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    Station Apartment: Centrally located first floor apartment in heart of Llanberis, overlooking the town, Llyn Padarn and Vivian Quarry. Perfectly situated for town amenities, local activities and access to Snowdon. Parking. Wifi. Caernarfon and coast 7 miles. (Ref. 954572)

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    Ynys Wen: Spacious detached property on outskirts of popular Llanberis. Ideal location for Snowdon and Llyn Padarn. Lovely house for friends and family. Caernarfon 7 miles. (Ref. 16708)

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

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Your wish list may well include a climb up Snowdon, the highest peak south of Scotland. There are six main routes up, including the Llanberis Path - allow three hours up and a little less down. Or chug to the top in a more leisurely fashion aboard the Snowdonia Mountain Railway - it may be rustic, but always fun. On a clear day, expect sensational views from the top and a real sense of achievement if you've arrived on foot. There's also a good visitor centre at the summit.

As well as walking and climbing, Llanberis is fast becoming a centre for other activities like horse riding, paragliding and water sports - you can even go diving at a flooded quarry. Llanberis also hosts several outdoor events.Close by are the lakes of Padarn and Peris, framed by the scarred slopes of Elidir Fach, a former slate quarry. Mining was the mainstay of Llanberis' economy for 200 years and there's plenty for those interested in local heritage, including the National Slate Museum and the Electric Mountain Centre. Explore the trails of the Padarn Country Park, a nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest. Or enjoy a nostalgic journey on the Llanberis Railway, its tiny locomotives designed to haul slate. The 13th Century Dolbadarn Castle at the start of the Llanberis Pass is also worth a visit.

Llanberis has plenty of places to eat and drink, plus a variety of shops. And after a day's adventure, your Llanberis cottage awaits!