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Two weeks for the price of one at holiday cottage in Coed Y Brenin forest

Published on 1 Dec 2022 by Amy Greenwood

Maes Y Coed is a stylish, carbon neutral holiday cottage in Coed Y Brenin forest. Book to stay between January and March 2023 (excluding February half term) and receive two weeks for the price of one using the 50% off codes below.

Coed50 – 14 nights, 50% off, 6th January until 17th February 2023

Maes50 – 14 nights, 50% off, 24th February until 31st March 2023.

Two weeks for the price of one at holiday cottage in Coed Y Brenin forest


Sleeps 8 | Real Fire | EV Charger

This wonderful holiday cottage sits in a small clearing in the famous Coed Y Brenin Forest in Snowdonia, North Wales. The original brick built cottage has been combined with an oak clad extension to provide holiday accommodation for up to 8 people. State of the art construction combined with a biomass burner and photovoltaic panels has helped owners Chris and Charlotte, create a tasteful and stylish carbon neutral property in this most natural of environments.

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