Top 5 | Holiday Cottages In North Wales For WalkingPublished on 27 Sep 2016 by Gwion Llwyd
Autumn is just around the corner and a lovely time for walking in Snowdonia; nothing quite beats a good long walk followed by lots of cups of tea and cake. We have a number of cottages with great walking routes literally from the back door, perfect for getting out and about in the Snowdonia mountainside. To help you find the perfect retreat, here are our Top 5 | Holiday Cottages In North Wales For Walking:
This three-bedroom cottage with sea views near Abersoch is the quintessential seaside holiday home. Chic interior décor, a secluded south facing patio and a quiet yet fashionable location make this cottage the perfect coastal holiday retreat. As the Welsh Coastal path runs alongside the bottom of the garden, you are perfected situated to explore the Llyn Peninsula.
This traditional farmhouse accommodation is just outside Llanberis the popular tourist destination at the foot of Snowdon. A substantial detached property set within 3 acres of land the cottage is the perfect base to explore this mountainous region of North Wales.
HOLIDAY COTTAGE IN WILD SNOWDONIA | YSGUBOR-GOCH
This beautiful barn has been converted into a very handsome holiday cottage in wild Snowdonia. A rugged farm track leads you up through a disused slate quarry and the mountains of Snowdonia to a haven of peace and tranquillity. Here a traditional welsh long barn as well as the main farmhouse nearby provides idyllic holiday accommodation for guests wanting to escape the hassle of modern life.
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.
One of the best things about this traditional farmhouse holiday cottage is arriving. You climb up from the harbor town of Porthmadog into the beautiful Cwm Ystrad Llyn valley. As you turn onto a private road and cross the brow of a small hill, a wonderful panoramic view opens out in front of you. Cwm-Mawr, the only cottage in sight, is tucked away in the bottom right hand corner of this beautiful vista.