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New Holiday Cottages In Snowdonia

Published on 21 Mar 2017 by Gwion Llwyd

We have some great new holiday cottages that have come on board recently and incase you missed them, here is a little reminder:


 

Holiday Cottage On The Glaslyn River Near Beddgelert | Glaslyn-H

HOLIDAY COTTAGE ON THE GLASLYN RIVER NEAR BEDDGELERT | GLASLYN-HOUSE

Glaslyn-House is a beautiful four-bedroom holiday cottage on the Glaslyn River near Beddgelert in North Wales. This beautiful home is set within a large garden in what is a truly unique and wonderful location.


 

Traditional Stone Holiday Cottage In Cwm Nantcol | Glandwr

TRADITIONAL STONE HOLIDAY COTTAGE IN CWM NANTCOL | GLANDWR

Glandwr is a traditional stone holiday cottage in Cwm Nantcol above the picturesque village of Llanbedr in North Wales. This three-bedroom cottage on the banks of the river Artro is within easy reach of both the mountains and the sea and provides a great base for families wanting to explore this lovely part of Snowdonia.


 

Three Bedroom Holiday Cottage in Betws-Y-Coed | Hendre-Wen

THREE BEDROOM HOLIDAY COTTAGE IN BETWS-Y-COED | HENDRE-WEN

Hendre-Wen is a modern detached three bedroom holiday cottage in Betws-Y-Coed; known as the gateway to Snowdonia and home to the Swallow Falls. It is a comfortable cottage in a popular location.

 
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