Snowdonia Holiday Cottages Why Snowdonia Holiday Cottages? Experience the unforgettable beauty of Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park by booking one of these delightful Snowdonia cottages. Whether you seek adventure or a peaceful retreat, these Snowdonia holiday cottages have it all! What are the best Snowdonia attractions? Harlech Castle overlooks the breath-taking Welsh coastline in the seaside town of Harlech. Dating back to the 13th century, this castle is undoubtedly one of Snowdonia’s best attractions. Immerse yourself in the past during a tour or admire the stunning views the castle offers Portmeirion Village is another of Snowdonia’s best attractions; built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, this coastal village is based around a central piazza you could find on the Italian Riviera. Explore the quaint shops in the village or lose yourself in the miles of paths offered by the sub-tropical forest. Ty Hyll The Ugly House Tearoom is a charming attraction resting close to Betws y Coed, shrouded in mystery. No one knows who built the house or what it was originally created for but today it is home to a tearoom and garden. Take a wander around the house, can you figure out the mystery? Fairy Glen is an enchanting and magical attraction nestled in the dense woodland of Gwydir Forest. Steeped in folklore, this Snowdonia attraction has inspired endless poems and is thought to be home to fairies and sprites; a must visit spot! Bodnant Gardens is a world-famous attraction that dates back over 150 years. This expansive garden is perfect for nature lovers as it offers vast lawns, intimate corners and endless woodland, as well as an array of plants collected from around the world. Enjoy a summer's day in the garden as life blooms around you. Discover more attractions in Snowdonia National Park. What are the best Snowdonia activities? A stay at one of these Snowdonia cottages offers the best of countryside and coast and is a haven for lovers of the great outdoors. The national park offers a range of exhilarating activities; begin with an invigorating hike up Yr Wyddfa (Mount Snowdon), where you can experience the unbeatable views across North Wales from its summit, before returning to your Snowdonia holiday cottage to rest. Continue exploring all Snowdonia has to offer by joining the Welsh Coast Path, which meanders through historic towns such as Harlech and Conwy, or try something a little more thrilling by zip lining at Zip World, rock climbing through Tryfan’s peaks or mastering the challenging terrains of Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park. If you’re feeling brave, why not venture out from your cottage in Snowdonia to take on the white-water rapids of the River Tryweryn? Want to spend more time on the water? Then venture to Bala, where you can lounge on the shore of Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake) or take to the vast water on kayaks, canoes or paddle boards. It is even the perfect place for a spot of wild swimming. Alternatively, spend the day away from your Snowdonia cottage by the sea at one of Snowdonia’s many beaches! Use our Snowdonia Travel Guide to discover more of Snowdonia’s best activities. Popular Snowdonia Holidays Book your getaway to one of these Snowdonia cottages today; adventure awaits! If you’re looking to bring along your beloved pooch then check out these dog-friendly cottages in Snowdonia or treat yourself to something special with these luxury Snowdonia cottages or cottages in Snowdonia with a hot tub. Experience the beauty of your surroundings by choosing to stay in these lodges and log cabins in Snowdonia or try something different with these glamping experience in Snowdonia and North Wales. Looking for the best deal? Then browse this selection of cheap accommodation in Snowdonia, there are even ample holiday parks in North Wales for you to choose from. If you still haven’t found what you’re looking for, check out these North Wales cottages or the full list of cottages in the UK.