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TOP 5 HOLIDAY COTTAGES FOR EASTER

Spring in Snowdonia is beautiful when the daffodils and bluebells start popping up and that ‘change’ in the air is unmistakably uplifting. If you are looking for somewhere to spend Easter, we have a great selection of cottages. From those that cater for large groups, ones by the beach, in the mountains, for families and getaway’s for two. Depending on what you are looking for, here are our Top 5 Holiday Cottages For Easter:   LUXURY FARMHOUSE IN MOUNTAIN LOCATION | CWMAINSLEEP 10 | FARM STAY | WIFI | REAL FIRE Cwmain is an 18th century luxury farmhouse in a mountain location. This traditional stone built welsh cottage has been recently refurbished to a very high standard and sits in an idyllic location high up in the hills of North Wales. Modern facilities such as efficient central heating and fitted kitchen units sit comfortably along side carefully retained character features.   DETACHED STONE HOLIDAY COTTAGE NEAR…

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