Snowdonia Guide

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Snowdonia Holiday Cottages

Covering an area of 823 square miles, the rocky and rugged region of Snowdonia is the biggest National Park in Wales. You’ll discover a vast range of natural features while exploring the glorious landscape, including towering mountains, sparkling lakes, moorlands, icy gorges  and so much more.

Climbing Mount Snowdon is certainly an opportunity not to be missed. At the top there are extraordinary views stretching for miles – even as far as the Isle of Man. This particular part of Wales is a hiker’s paradise, with trails in both the high and low mountain ranges. However, there are also more leisurely coastal routes (such as the trail between Machynlleth and Penrhyndeudraeth) for those who wish to enjoy a relaxed stroll.

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The Best Places to Visit in Snowdonia

Snowdonia National Park is best known for its mountain peaks, forests and lakes. It’s the perfect place for outdoor pursuits and adventure activities. Thrill-seekers should head to Blaenau Ffestiniog where Zip World Llechwedd is sure to get the adrenaline flowing. The area is also popular with mountain bikers.

Meanwhile, the village of Llanberis is a good base to see Mount Snowdon whether you simply want to admire it from afar or reach the summit. Another pretty village is Betws-y-Coed that is set beside the River Conwy and is a short walk to the beautiful Swallow Falls.

The region also stretches to the coast at the idyllic seaside resort of Harlech where there’s a sandy beach and the impressive Harlech Castle.

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The Best Things to Do in Snowdonia

While in Snowdonia you must see Mount Snowdown. If you fancy the challenge of scaling it on foot, there are several routes to choose from. Or, travel up with ease on the Snowdon Mountain Railway. The views are incredible.

If you’re looking for water sports, head to Adventure Parc Snowdonia for a spot of inland surfing. Or feel the thrill of white water rafting on the rapids of the River Tryweryn. Away from the water, there’s zip-wiring through a forest or over a slate mine to get the blood pumping, or try mountain biking at Coed y Brenin.

For something more tranquil, visit Bala Lake for a stroll around the town and a scenic train ride beside the water.

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Large cottages in Snowdonia

Snowdonia makes the perfect holiday resort for those who appreciate being at one with nature. Therefore, if you’re planning a huge family get together in the great outdoors, why not book one of our large cottages? Ranging from manor houses to stone country cottages and barn conversions, you’ll be spoiled for choice at the range of properties we have on offer. We ensure that every single cottage has been fine-tuned to deliver the ultimate experience for large groups visiting Snowdonia, including open plan living and dining areas and impressive entertainment rooms with amenities including games consoles, cinemas and pool tables.

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Dog-friendly cottages in Snowdonia

With so much to explore in the Snowdonia region, it’s natural to want to bring along your four-legged friend to enjoy your adventures with you. However, if you have been having difficulty finding a cottage in Snowdonia that fondly welcomes dogs, Luxury Cottages are here to save the day. We have chosen a selection of dog-friendly cottages so you can enjoy the trip as a complete family. Snowdonia offers the very best of the great outdoors, so your dog will be in their element running across landscapes and snuffling the salty sea air strolling along coastal paths. All our cottages are spacious and comfortable and come complete with hard flooring and secure gardens.

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Cottages with hot tubs in Snowdonia

There’s nothing better than coming home to your cottage after a long day exploring the beauty of Snowdonia. We aim to give your home-from-home experience the element of luxury with the addition of your own private hot tub. After hours of strenuous hiking, you’ll relish soaking in the bubbling warm waters to soothe those aching muscles. Our hot tub cottages make the ideal retreat for couples looking to enjoy a romantic break or even a group of friends celebrating a special occasion. We handpick only the very best cottages with hot tubs based on ultimate comfort and contemporary style, therefore, you’ll never be disappointed with our selection.

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We are always happy to help and go out of our way to tailor your perfect UK holiday.

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