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Dioni Holiday Cottages is a family-owned business and our small but dedicated team is made up of local people who love and are proud of this beautiful part of Wales. We are based in Dyffryn Ardudwy, near Harlech, Gwynedd.


Gwion is the founder of Dioni Holiday Cottages. He grew up on the family farm in Dyffryn Ardudwy, a beautiful part of the world which is flanked by Snowdonia’s mountains to the east and Cardigan Bay to the west. Still a part-time farmer, Gwion now lives on the same family farm with his wife Louise and daughters Seren and Lowri.


Amy also helps with all our enquiries and bookings. As she’s the chatty and more caring one amongst us she’s probably the best point of contact for cottage owner.


Emma looks after our blog and all the marketing at Dioni. She’s a mother of two who enjoys a variety of outdoor sports and is also a keen unicorn breeder.


Jane is the one true local girl in our gang having been born and grown up in the area. She has a wealth of local knowledge and is doing her best to help Linda with the pronunciation of local place names.


Linda is the one who stays up late at night processing bookings and answering all the strange questions that we get asked by guests. Don’t be fooled by her demure exterior!


Sarah Hubbard is the one we turn to when a booking gets complicated or the computer doesn’t work. And yes, she’s heard every Mother Hubbard joke going apparently.

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