View our selection of luxury holiday cottages and self-catering accommodation in the Snowdonia National Park, pet-friendly cottages, boutique holiday houses with hot tubs, quality self-catering properties with swimming pools, holiday apartments, and mountain cottages in this area of North Wales known for its outstanding natural beauty that is popular with mountaineers, mountain bikers, hikers, nature lovers, and adventure seekers. When you have decided on the best Welsh holiday rental for you, book directly with the private cottage owner or agency that have listed their property here.
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The majestic Snowdonia National Park, the very first national park to be designated in Wales, covers a grand area of 823 square miles. You will find as you explore this magnificent park the awesome places to visit like, Betws-y-Coed in the beautiful Conwy Valley, Nantmore near the pretty village of Beddgelert and Tywyn on the coast from where you can take a steam train on the Talyllyn narrow gauge railway. Here in this area of North Wales, you can enjoy the mind-blowing ...beauty that draws visitors back time, and again yet it has other man-made attractions that will keep the whole family entertained.
Just outside Caernarfon, you will find Greenwood Forest Park a great family day out as well as, King Arthurs Labyrinth and Corris Mine Explorers at Machynlleth, and for adrenalin junkies, the Zip wire in Bethesda and Go Below at Betws-y-Coed. Climbing monumental Mount. Snowdon must be in the top 10 of everyone’s bucket lists. The Path from Llanberis is probably one of the most popular, and easiest, of the paths up to the summit but if climbing to the peak isn’t for you the Snowdon Steam railway has to be an easier option.
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 also fantastic choices, whilst Abersoch and Shell Island are hugely popular for wakeboarding and kitesurfing. Head inland and you will find a treasure trove of small towns to explore, each with their own unique charms. Dolgellau, sitting below the imposing Cadair Idris, Porthmadog is an excellent base for exploring, with the steam train running from here to Blaenau-Ffestiniog and the unique Italianate village of Portmeirion is just a stone’s throw away.