Llanberis Holiday Cottages

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    Islwyn: Beautiful stone-built cottage, elevated position with views towards Snowdon. Slate floors, underfloor heating and woodburner. Superb standard. Llanberis 3 miles. (Ref. 1026)

    7 nights from £294

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    Ty Capel: Superb, spacious stone built property in peaceful position on the edge of Snowdonia. Underfloor heating, whirlpool bath, impressive kitchen/diner with woodburner. Llanberis 3 miles. (Ref. 1027)

    7 nights from £440

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    Glan y Gors: Large property in scattered hamlet near Llanberis. Spacious and comfortable. Private enclosed terraced garden. Suitable accompanied disabled. Llanberis 5 miles. (Ref. 924)

    7 nights from £437

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    Luscinia: A charming end-terrace cottage with character features in Brynrefail near Llanberis. An ideal base for exploring the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Pet-friendly. WiFi. Llanberis 3 miles. (Ref. 928691)

    7 nights from £294

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    Ty'n yn Capel: Superb semi-detached property occupying one half of an old chapel, in the village of Brynrefail. Wonderful features. Underfloor heating. En-suite facilities. Llanberis 3 miles. (Ref. 938970)

    7 nights from £372

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    Celyn Farm Cottage: Charming detached barn conversion perfect for a couple who enjoy the great outdoors. Ideal base for exploring the area. Crog loft bedroom. Lots of character. Woodburning stove. Dogs welcome. WiFi. Llanberis 4 miles. (Ref. 947964)

    7 nights from £239

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    Y Bwthyn: Charming, detached shippon, with views of Snowdonia and North Wales coast. Ideal for walkers, families and romantic breaks. Llanberis 4 miles. (Ref. 9950)

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    7 nights from £297

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    Bwthyn Y Nant: Semi-detached character cottage with a stunning backdrop at the foothills of the Snowdon mountain range. Pretty village location. Garden. Parking. Llanberis 2.5 miles. (Ref. 919315)

    7 nights from £314

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    Fron Goed: Delightful semi-detached Caernarfon cottage near to Deiniolen. Exposed beams, underfloor heating and conservatory, just short drive from coast. Caernarfon 6 miles. (Ref. 5208)

    7 nights from £266

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    Ddol Helyg Farmhouse: A fully renovated stone-built detached farmhouse situated on the edge of the village of Llanrug. Character beams, inglenook fireplace. Llanberis 2 miles. (Ref. 1576)

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    7 nights from £625

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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!