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  • Tangraig Holiday Caravan - Abersoch
Limited availability Spring 2019 - Wks 13th & 20th April and Wk 4th May. LOCATED IN A REGISTERED AREA OF OUTSTANDING NATURAL BEAUTY. PETS WELCOME AT NO EXTRA CHARGE. STUNNING SCENERY FROM CARAVAN & DECKING (see photos).
  • Snowdonia Breaks - Caernarfon
Spring breaks. Some EASTER AVAILABILITY Low £150.00 deposit for Cosy Snowdonia Cottage Retreat.Sleeps UP TO 14! HOT TUB option! SEA & SNOWDON VIEWS! Family and friends private getaways.Enquire direct to owner only for great quote
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SPRING WEEKEND BREAKS in the BRECON BEACONS NATIONAL PARK from £150 - £595 email me or call 07743052146 February & March
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EASTER HOLIDAYS. BEACH location. Traditional modernised Welsh country cottage
  • Seaview Lodge - Moelfre
EASTER WEEK AVAILABLE by BEACH on ANGLESEY. STUNNING VIEWS of sea, beach and coastline
  • Cae Clyd Cottage - Caernarfon
Stay by the beach for a bargain price, call 07833376164.
  • Llannerch Goch Holiday Cottages - Betws-y-Coed
CHECK IN and CHILL OUT!! FEB HALF TERM:- 22/2 3 nights £350, 4 £390, 5 £435, 6 £460, week £495 24/2 3 £330, 4 £370, 5 £415 1/3 £315, 4 £365, 5 £395, 6 £425, week £455
  • Llannerch Goch Holiday Cottages - Betws-y-Coed
3 Luxury Cottages, 2 miles from picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia National Park. We offer 2 cottages either Traditional or Contemporary with en-suite bedrooms 1 with a jacuzzi and the other a roll top bath. 1 dog in the Coach House
  • Ashcoast House Holiday Cottage - Caernarfon
Visit Nantlle Valley in Snowdonia this summer
  • Meadowview & Bluebell Cottages - Brecon
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Dolgellau Hotels - Inns - Spa Hotels - Boutique Hotels

Dolgellau offers hotel accommodation for every budget and taste. This ranges from town centre hotels to magnificent luxury country house hotels that cater to your every whim. So why wait? Book your short break or weekend away in a hotel in Dolgellau


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Penmaenuchaf Hall - Dolgellau
Penmaenuchaf Hall - Dolgellau  has a 3 star rating

Penmaenuchaf Hall - Luxury Country House Hotel at Doleellau

SLEEPS UP TO 32, 14 BEDROOMS FROM £80.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Your hosts Mark Watson and Lorraine Fielding offer you a warm and personal welcome to their magnificent luxury country house hotel set in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park close to the market town of Dolgellau, where Mid Wales meets North Wales.
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George The III Hotel - Dolgellau
George The III Hotel - Dolgellau has a 3 star rating

George III Hotel & Restaurant - Penmaenpool Near Dolgellau

12 BEDROOMS
George III is a most enchanting historic hotel of character located at Penmaenpool on the banks of the Mawddach Estuary near the market town of Dolgellau in southern Snowdonia
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Tyn-y-Groes Hotel - Dolgellau
Tyn-y-Groes Hotel - Dolgellau has a 3 star rating

The Tyn-y-Groes - Hotel Near Coed-Y-Brenin

FROM £40.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Stay at Tyn-Y-Groes Hotel and sample the best of Snowdonia mountain biking at Coed y Brenin Forest. Great bed and breakfast accommodation with cosy bar and restaurant in the heart of Snowdonia near Dolgellau
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This charming historic town is steeped in history and makes an excellent base for touring Snowdonia. It was here that Owain Glyndwr, the last Welshman to be called Prince of Wales, held his last parliament. During the 1800, the town was the heart of the county's woollen industry and wool would be transported through the River Wnion River to the rest of the world. The Welsh gold rush of the 19th century was centred around this town and its remnants still exist.