Rent luxury Beddgelert holiday cottages, pets welcome cottages and family rentals. Choose from our list of self catering cottages and property rentals. The picture-perfect village of Beddgelert is a very popular holiday and short break destination for large numbers of tourists each year, whatever the weather, the beauty of Beddgelert and the surrounding mountains is a magnet for country pursuits lovers, mountaineers and those who just like to relax and perhaps enjoy country walks.
You don’t need to leave your pets at home as many of the cottages welcome well-behaved dogs and pets. Holiday lets with hot tubs and open fires or log burners can add a certain romance to a cottage for two, while large fenced gardens with barbeques and patio furniture are perfect for families with small children and dogs. Browse and book your next Beddgelert holiday early and you won’t be disappointed.
If you’re holidaying with your partner, visit the Italianate village of Portmeirion and stroll through the gardens hand-in-hand. Avid shoppers will appreciate the high street shops of Llandudno which sell a variety of items. On an adventurous day, board one of the steam trains and see the area from a whole new perspective. Another place worth visiting is the Segontium Roman Fort in Caernarfon which is one of Britain’s most renowned Roman sites. The auxiliary fort was built by the Romans after they conquered Wales. It was a strategic establishment that controlled access to Anglesey and protected the coast of Wales from sea bound Irish raiders. Parents travelling with children will be pleased with the attractions that cater to their young ones. Gypsy Wood is an enchanting family attraction located at the foothills. Kids can explore the wood for fairies, see the park’s fantasy land, and enjoy the wetland walk. Other family attractions include The Welsh Mountain Zoo and the Greenwood Forest Park.
When visiting, climbing Mount Snowdon should be on your list of things to do. While climbing the mountain is a challenge, the sights you’ll see from the top are worth the effort. Coed Y Brenin is the centre of mountain biking and offers trails with different levels of difficulty. Ride one of the dare-devil trails and go back home feeling totally rejuvenated. If you’re looking for gentler activities, try fishing at River Wnion or the Mawddach estuary. You can also enjoy a refreshing walk along the Mawddach trail or go sailing on Bala Lake. If you’re here for the golf, the courses located in the area will make your stay worthwhile. Try playing a round on Harlech’s renowned seaside links course and discover why it is popular with amateurs and professionals alike. The breathtaking surroundings will help you to forget about your cares and troubles. Once you’ve been here, you’ll know why thousands of visitors return every year.