Snowdonia Cottages & Self Catering Rentals
Snowdon Cottages - Holiday Homes - Apartments - Pets Welcome Properties - Private and Agency Lets
Please take your time to view our lists of properties and check for any last minute discounts the owners may have added, before you book your holiday or short break. Choose from Large or small properties, some welcome pets, some have hot tubs, so why wait ? Book your next Snowdonia holiday rental now. Choose from our huge selection of private and agency cottages in both stunning rural and coastal locations. Wales Tourists Online are pleased to bring you a choice of some of the finest private lets that you book directly with the property owners as well as a superb choice of agency rentals.
A Location Like no Other
With its endless supply of inspiration and chances for relaxation, the area has it all. Perhaps for some, the mountains aren't the most significant reason to stay, perhaps its the many glorious beaches and coastal villages like Abersoch or Criccieth. This area of North Wales is also highly prized by those who love the sea, with so many excellent facilities that exist here for surfing, sail boarding, sailing, swimming and diving, or purely the opportunity to discover one of the most beautiful and diverse stretches of coastline in Wales.
Visit Snowdonia Mountains and Coast
This area of North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park is particularly popular with visitors looking for short breaks and family holidays and is also an area where almost 60% of the population are raised with the Welsh language as their mother tongue, now the oldest living language in Europe, closely related to Breton and Cornish while the Scottish, Irish and Gaelic Manx are also derived from the Welsh language. The landscape and history go hand in hand, from the stone age burial mounds through to the Roman forts, castles, churches, slate quarries of the 18 and 19 hundreds and onward to todays modern buildings, one of the more recent being the cafe at the top of Mount Snowdon. The National Park covers a vast area of 823 square miles of lakes, mountains, woodland and green valleys, this could be the reason why the area is especially popular with walkers and climbers, although honeymooners, artists, naturalists, bird fanciers and photographers are just as likely to rent in the National Park, a wonderful Welsh destination where you will be surrounded by the natural world
Vast Choice of Accommodation
When you holiday here you are opening the door to adventure, whether staying in spring, summer, autumn or winter the heart of rural Snowdonia will add
enjoyment to all who experience this very beautiful area of Wales. For those who crave outdoor activities, the area will
satisfy all your needs and the coastal waters of Cardigan Bay and the
Irish Sea can cater to all water-sports activities, at its heart are the mountains, the tallest of course being Mt Snowdon, commands
breath taking vistas and for walkers and hikers the mountain trails and
paths are ideal for days sightseeing, while the more adventurous
mountaineers will undoubtedly be climbing the high peaks.
Towns and Villages
Please spend some time and browse the towns and villages throughout the area before you book your next stay, like the picturesque and popular village of Betws-y-Coed or Aberdovey/Aberdyfi. The Snowdonia National Park is full of small villages and towns waiting to be explored, like Beddgelert where you can visit Gelerts grave and read about the legend. So why wait?