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Top 5 North Wales Holiday Cottages with a Hot Tub

Published on 26 Feb 2016 by Gwion Llwyd

With our stunning views, it’s not hard to see why hot tubs are popular in this part of the world. Not just exclusive to the summer months; a winter dip when it’s freezing cold outside is just as great experience as when the sun is beaming down. The incredible landscape allows you to just lie back and relax …. and if you decide to make use of the tub at night, even better; having been recently granted dark skies status, Snowdonia at night is incredible, a sky littered with stars which will have you gazing for hours.

If it’s not something you’ve experienced before, you might want to give it a go, and if you’re a veteran at hot tubs, then you might just want to know what we have on offer. Here are our top 5:


Pet Friendly Self Catering Cottage near Barmouth | Bwthyn-Bach

Pet Friendly Self Catering Cottage near Barmouth

Bwthyn Bach is a lovely little pet friendly self catering cottage near Barmouth on the outskirts of Dyffryn Ardudwy. Newly decorated and furnished to a high standard, the accommodation provides a perfect retreat for couples wanting to explore this part of rural Snowdonia.


Holiday Accommodation on a Working Farm | Botwnog

Holiday Accommodation On A Working Farm

This 3 bedroom traditional farmhouse offers picturesque holiday accommodation on a working farm on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula in North Wales. Panoramic views and a private hot tub as well as all the goings on the farm will make this cottage a firm favorite with a lot of our guests.


5 Star Self Catering in Abersoch | Beudy-Soch

5 Star Self Catering in Abersoch

Beudy-Soch, 5 Star Self Catering in Abersoch, is a single story barn conversion on a farm just on the outskirts of the ever-popular seaside village of Abersoch. Graded at the highest 5* rating by the welsh tourist board you can be confident that all the facilities you might need are included.


5 star log cabin with sea views in Abersoch | Gorwel-Soch

5 star log cabin with sea views in Abersoch

I was a bit worried when we visited Gorwel-Soch in Abersoch for the first time. We don’t usually take on log cabins and I was worried it wouldn’t match up the high standards our regular self catering guests have come to expect. But all my concerns vanished the minute we stepped inside this 5 star log cabin with sea views in Abersoch.


Holiday Cottage with Hot Tub and Sauna on a Working Farm | Stabal-Dyrus

Holiday Cottage with Hot Tub and Sauna on a Working Farm

A traditional stone barn has been converted into a 4 bedroom holiday cottage with hot tub on a working farm near Pwllheli in North Wales. There are 5 holiday cottages on the farm altogether. All very professionally run and spotlessly clean. Guests have the added luxury of a small on site spa cabin with hot tub, sauna and treatment room.

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