Top 5 Quirky CottagesPublished on 16 Feb 2022 by Amy Bowers
Looking for something a bit different for your break in North Wales? Then look no further! We have compiled our favourite quirky cottages for you. They are all different and all have unique charms. Make a panad and browse through our Top 5 Quirky Cottages…..
Sleeps 3 | Pet Friendly | Real Fire
As you round the bend of a quiet leafy lane guests are greeted by a real fairytale cottage. Described as a semi-ruinous Tudor-Gothic style this outstanding and unique self-catering property stands guard over the deer park on the famous Nannau estate and provides unique accommodation for guests wanting to explore this beautiful part of Snowdonia.
Sleeps 6 | Nr 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.
Sleeps 2 | Near Beach | Hot Tub | Farm Stay
This romantic one bedroom barn conversion near Barmouth commands stunning sea views over the Cambrian bay coastline. A private patio and garden provides the perfect platform from which to enjoy the surrounding countryside while a tastefully furnished interior affords all the convenience of a modern holiday cottage.
Sleeps 8 | Pet Friendly | Real Fire
Beudy-Mach is a unique holiday cottage in an idyllic location high above the Dovey Valley in Southern Snowdonia. This quirky carbon neutral property provides self-catering accommodation for up to 7 people in the most wonderful rural setting.
Sleeps 14 | Pet Friendly | Near Beach | Near Pub | Real Fire | Farm Stay | Large Cottages
Cors-Y-Gedol Hall is an Elizabethan manor house set in beautiful countryside in Snowdonia, North Wales. The architecture of this amazing property is matched by its rich and fascinating history. If only buildings could talk. The grand fireplace would reminisce how it had warmed the toes of the native princes of Wales. The oak paneled walls in the King’s Bedroom would giggle of the soft snoring of Charles II. The library would whisper of the clandestine plans of the revolutionary Owain Glyndwr and the secret staircases leading down to the servants quarters would blush with stories of flirtatious encounters.