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Where To Go For A Romantic Weekend In Snowdonia

Published on 23 Jan 2018 by Gwion Llwyd

Valentines Day is on the horizon and if you are thinking about where to go for a romantic weekend in Snowdonia, you are spoilt for choice with all the things you can do here. To help you whittle it down, here are some ideas of what you can do and where to stay to make your holiday a memorable one…


 

A BIT OF ADVENTURE?

Self catering barn conversion | Conwy-Barn

SELF CATERING BARN CONVERSION IN THE CONWY VALLEY | CONWY-BARN

If your significant other likes a bit of adrenalin-fuelled adventure, then a visit to Zip World Velocity or Surf Snowdonia might be on your list of things to do. Conwy Barn is perfectly situated for an adventure weekend with the mountains in the background and lots on your doorstep to to have a weekend to remember.

 


 

A HOT TUB WITH A VIEW?

Romantic One Bedroom Barn Conversion Near Barmouth | Melin-Byrdir

WOOD BURNING HOT TUB AT MELIN BYRDIR

A wood-burning hot tub with uninterrupted views out over the fields and the sea has to be up there on the romance stakes. Melin Byrdir is situated on a farm in Dyffryn Ardudwy with the mountains in the background and incredible views of the Cambrian coast in front. Top up your glass with bubbles, sit back and take it all in.

 


 

OFF THE GRID?

Romantic one bedroom holiday cottage in Bala North Wales | Ty-Newydd

ROMANTIC ONE BEDROOM HOLIDAY COTTAGE IN BALA NORTH WALES | TY-NEWYDD

Spending the weekend in a cosy cottage with a real fire, escaping from it all will always be a winner. Ty Newydd offers just that. A small stone keepers cottage set in the hills of Bala will give you that space to just be the two of you, tucked up away from the world.

 
 

Nadolig Llawen / Merry Christmas… and thank you!

As of the 25th December draws close, we wanted to wish you and yours a happy and peaceful festive season. Nadolig Llawen / Merry Christmas! We also wanted to share a heartfelt thank you from the whole Dioni team for your valued support throughout this, the strangest of years. It really has been very much appreciated. For most of us, 2020 has brought home the importance of human connection. And whilst Facetime and Zoom are definitely better than no contact at all, they just can’t compete with catching up ‘in real life’. As we look forward to better times in 2021, we’re raising a glass to all the dear friends and family we didn’t manage to see this year. Here’s to a more sociable year next year, and more opportunities to share precious time with those we love. Our very best wishes, Team Dioni
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Rule of 6 the latest restrictions for Wales
 

Coronavirus Questions

Coronavirus Guidance – Wales The latest guidance in Wales regarding self-catering accommodation is that you should only share accommodation with the people you live with. Our interpretation is that this means you can stay with as many people from your household as you like but this does not include extended households. The guidance can be found at https://gov.wales/coronavirus-regulations-guidance Coronavirus Guidance – England Coronavirus restrictions in England mean that other than for specific purposes, people will be required to stay at home until 2nd December. After the 2nd there will be a return to a regional approach. Previously Wales only accepted visitors from Tier 1 regions in England so our expectation is that this will be the case again after 2nd December. The guidance can be found at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/new-national-restrictions-from-5-november Individual circumstances We are happy to take bookings that comply with the current guidance. If things change after you make your booking and you are prevented from travelling, we can…
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