Welcome to our treasure trove of unique Snowdonia accommodation and intriguing places to stay in the Snowdonia National Park.
We take pride in presenting our selection of the finest accommodations in Snowdonia. Our listings showcase the best Snowdonia holiday cottages, inviting bed and breakfasts, charming guest houses, top-tier hotels, luxury caravan rentals, tranquil farm holiday experiences, comfortable holiday apartments, and premium luxury glamping and lodge retreats. Explore our carefully chosen collection to find your ideal Snowdonia getaway.
Snowdonia isn’t just mountains; the coastal areas are popular too, so if you prefer waves and seawater instead of tumbling rivers, where Snowdonia touches the coast, you will find enchanting fishing villages like Aberdovey, holiday resorts like Harlech, Porthmadog, Pwllheli, Aberdaron, and Abersoch, ports, and harbours like Barmouth and Caernarfon from where you can go sailing or book fishing trips, the coastal areas also boast many superb sandy beaches and coves to explore and relax on. Search our superb choice of places to stay and book with confidence.
Dividing Snowdonia from the Isle of Anglesey is The Menai Strait; this stretch of tidal water also offers excellent facilities for many water sports. With the abundance of rivers, the area allows great fishing, with the chance to catch wild salmon, brown trout, graylings, etc. Many fishing trips are available along the coast, with the opportunity for some excellent wreck fishing.
When most people think of Staying in Wales, this area is perhaps one of the first places that come to mind. The epic National Park, the first to be designated in Wales back in 1951, covers a great area of 823 square miles, encompassing everything from majestic mountains, rugged cliffs, exciting days at Surf Snowdonia and stunning beaches to rolling hills and gentle valleys. With so much to see and do, every holiday here is guaranteed to be packed with fabulous experiences and incredible memories. Some of the popular towns to stay in Snowdonia include Bala and Betwys Y Coed.
Mount Snowdon is on everyone’s bucket list, Dominating the region and visible for miles. The Llanberis Path is the most popular and the easiest of the six main paths up to the summit of Snowdon. Thousands of visitors do the three-hour climb each year, with many choosing to take a more relaxing option for the downhill part, using the Snowdon Mountain Railway. While Snowdon itself may be the focal point of many walking holidays, the National Park offers so many more excellent walking trails to suit all levels of fitness and ability.
For thrill-seekers and adrenaline seekers, the big draw in this area has to be Zip World. Now with three unique locations, Zip World offers a range of white-knuckle zip wire rides for the whole family. Speed down the wire at 125 mph at Zip World Velocity at Bethesda, or head to Blaenau Ffestiniog, where you can take to the zip wires underground in the caverns of a former slate mine. Whichever you choose, Zip World is guaranteed to set your pulse racing and give you a day out to remember.
If all that excitement is too much, the region offers plenty of more leisurely activities. With miles of gorgeous coastline to explore, some of it ragged and wild and some of it lined with stunning golden sands, booking great Snowdonia accommodation can be the answer to a relaxing family break as well as an adventure holiday. Barmouth is one of the best-loved beaches, with a brilliant, wide sandy beach and a quaint steam train that ferries people over the estuary. Porthdinllaen and Porth Oer, also known as Whistling Sands, are fantastic choices, while Abersoch and Morfa Bychan are hugely popular for wakeboarding and kitesurfing.