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Merry Christmas! Nadolig Llawen!

Published on 23 Dec 2019 by Gwion Llwyd

We’d like to start by saying Merry Christmas or Nadolig Llawen from Dioni! Wow! What a year 2019 has been! North Wales continues to boom with all the amazing sites and beautiful places to visit that brings holiday makers from all over the world to this gorgeous place we live in!

Thank you to all our cottage owners for providing a warm welcome to guests year after year, giving them a memorable stay in North Wales. We know the owners put all their love and energy into opening up their cottages for guests to enjoy!

Thank you to all the guests who have booked through Dioni this year and we hope to welcome you back in 2020! We have had some lovely reviews from you all this year, which means a great deal to the owners and the team here at Dioni.

If you are staying in any of our holiday cottages for Christmas/ New Year, we hope you have a wonderful time! And for everyone else we would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year….. Or as we say, Nadolig Llawen A Blwyddyn Newydd Dda!

Gwion, Louise and the Dioni team

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