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Plan Your Snowdonia Holiday with Pinterest

Published on 27 Feb 2015 by Gwion Llwyd

To help you make the most of planning your holiday here in Snowdonia we have launched our Pinterest page.

For those not in the know, Pinterest is a great visual tool to use if you are looking for inspiration. It’s a catalogue of images uploaded and shared by millions where you ‘pin’ the ones you like onto a virtual board – it’s a bit like online scrap booking.

If you are not a member yet, its not too late; simply create a Pinterest account, search for Dioni Holiday Cottages and follow us.

Take a look at our boards and browse through our beautiful cottages, the best places to eat, the activities on offer and the beautiful sights to see. Pin the images you like to your own Snowdonia Holiday board and either keep it for your own records or share with family and friends.

So what you waiting for, get pinning…..there maybe much more to Snowdonia than you originally thought.

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