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Top 5 North Wales Holiday Cottages Near a Pub

Published on 6 Oct 2021 by Gwion Llwyd

Looking for a place to stay in walking distance of the village hostelry? Charge your glass & take a look at our top five North Wales holiday cottages near a pub.

We’re pretty sure that it’s a universally acknowledged truth: there are few better things in life than a glass of your favourite tipple when you’ve actually got the time to sit back and enjoy it.

Top 5 North Wales Holiday Cottages Near a Pub

Whether you’re coming to North Wales for a walking break (and we’ve got to admit, all of our favourite walks end up at the local pub) or just want somewhere near your cottage so that you can enjoy a hearty lunch or evening meal without the hassle of cooking or washing up, we’ve got some great recommendations for your next trip away.

From sunny beer gardens with soaring mountain views to cosy snugs with roaring fires and great real ales, these beautiful cottages are all in easy walking distance of a friendly village local.

Time to raise your glass to our top five North Wales holiday cottages near a pub. Bottoms up, and cheers to your next holiday!

Top 5 North Wales Holiday Cottages Near a Pub


Sleeps 6 | Dog Friendly | Near Beach | Near Pub | EV Charger

If you’re looking for a dog friendly property, in an ideal location for exploring both Eryri (Snowdonia) and Pen Llyn (the Llyn Peninsula), within walking distance of the beach, and with the added benefit of an EV charger, then this stylish contemporary bungalow with far-reaching sea views ticks all the boxes!

Top 5 North Wales Holiday Cottages Near a Pub


Sleeps 6 | Near Pub

For a stay in the heart of a medieval town, this boutique three bedroom holiday cottage in Conwy is the ideal accommodation option to explore this fantastic area of North Wales. Located within the town walls, Ty-Twr is a fabulous and unique property full of character and original features, only a short walk from the harbour and 13th century Conwy Castle.

Top 5 North Wales Holiday Cottages Near a Pub


Sleeps 6 | Dog Friendly | Near Beach | Near Pub | Real Fire | EV Charger

Uwch Y Mor is a three bedroom holiday home with sea views in Llanfairfechan, a Victorian seaside village situated between Bangor and Conwy. A traditional stone cottage, it is beautifully refurbished giving a warm and inviting feel with lots of character.

Top 5 North Wales Holiday Cottages Near a Pub


Sleeps 7 | Near Beach | Hot Tub | Near Pub | EV Charger

Situated near the North West coast of Wales, Maes Artro Lodge is a stunning three bedroom lodge with hot tub and log fire, ideal for large families, groups or a couple wanting to explore this beautiful area. Located in a small lodge park near the village of Llanbedr, the two storey cedar wood log cabin features a host of amenities making it the perfect hub to explore North Wales’ Cardigan Bay.

Top 5 North Wales Holiday Cottages Near a Pub


Sleeps 4 | Dog Friendly | Near Beach | Near Pub | Real Fire

This cute stone cottage in a quiet village location is a great little hideaway for anyone wanting to explore this part of North Wales. With a pub right on your doorstep and beaches, mountains and outdoor activity providers nearby guests won’t be left wanting for things to do.

For our full collection of Holiday Cottages near a pub click here

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