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Our Top 5 Holiday Cottages in North Wales

Published on 11 Feb 2019 by Gwion Llwyd

Looking for somewhere extra special for your next holiday? Take a look at these beautiful showstopper retreats – our top 5 holiday cottages in North Wales.

When it comes to finding the perfect holiday cottage, we know a lot of it comes down to personal taste.


A question of whether you prefer mountains or coast, whether you’d like to be in the middle of nowhere or within walking distance of the local village pub. Hot tub and terrace, or dog friendly or both? Our portfolio of beautiful holiday cottages caters for a whole range of possibilities and tastes.

We reckon there are some constants though. Comfort. Luxury. Great amenities, whatever they happen to be. Value for money. A beautiful view to wake up to (and preferably to eat dinner to too). A fireplace big enough for everyone to gather round as the evenings draw in. A feeling of ‘happy’ every time you walk in.

We only list cottages that we would love to spend time in ourselves. Cottages that welcome you and make you feel right at home. Albeit an extremely lovely idyllic version of your ideal home.

For reasons as varied as the cottages themselves, here are some of our favourites. Take a look at our top 5 holiday cottages in North Wales.


Large Family Holiday Cottage On The Llyn Peninsula | Hen-Felin

Price From £107 / Night

Sleeps 10 + Cot | WiFi | Pet Friendly | Real Fire

Hen-Felin is a beautiful and large family holiday cottage on the Llyn Peninsula. This converted mill provides luxurious accommodation for up to 10 guests in this popular holiday destination. Exquisite furnishings and gorgeous location combine to provide a fantastic holiday cottage.

Bright and Spacious Holiday Cottage in Rural Setting | Hafod-Dwyfach

Bright And Spacious Holiday Cottage In Rural Setting | Hafod-Dwyfach

Price From £86 / Night

Sleeps 5 + cot | WiFi | Near Pub | Pet Friendly

Hafod-Dwyfach is a bright and spacious holiday cottage in a rural setting. A fantastic family space both inside and out make it a great holiday retreat, especially with its modern and stylish interiors and accessibility to other parts of North Wales.

Luxury Two Bedroom Holiday Cottage with Hot Tub and Sea Views | Y-Ddol

Luxury Two Bedroom Holiday Cottage With Hot Tub And Sea Views | Y-Ddol

Price From £69 / Night

Sleeps 4 + cot | Hot Tub | WiFi | Near Beach | Near Pub | Pet Friendly | Real Fire

Y-Ddol, a luxury two bedroom holiday cottage with hot tub and sea views is a beautiful, modern barn conversion set in-between Harlech and Barmouth making it perfectly located for exploring Snowdonia. Slate floors and minimalist interior give this holiday cottage an ultra modern feel and the floor to ceiling windows with sea views give it that unique and very special point of difference.

Two bedroom holiday cottage in the mountains above Dolgellau | Tyn-Simdde

Two Bedroom Holiday Cottage In The Mountains Above Dolgellau | Tyn-Simdde

Price From £57 / Night

Sleeps 4 | WiFi | Pet Friendly | Real Fire

This two bedroom holiday cottage in the mountains above Dolgellau in North Wales sits in a wonderfully peaceful and tranquil location. A traditional stone cottage with lots of character features, the cottage provides an idyllic escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life.

Romantic One Bedroom Cottage in Dolgellau | Ty-Eiddew

Romantic One Bedroom Cottage In Dolgellau | Ty-Eiddew

Price From £43 / Night

Sleeps 2 + cot | WiFi | Near Pub | Pet Friendly | Real Fire

Ty-Eiddew is a romantic one bedroom cottage in Dolgellau. Set in the heart of town, this beautiful cottage is a real hidden gem with plenty to do nearby.

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