Short Breaks in Gwynedd
The county of Gwynedd is found in the north-west of Wales and is named after an old kingdom of the country. Its landscape of mountains, forests, waterfalls and valleys make it popular with walkers and climbers. The county also has a significant length of coastline, this is where the Llŷn Peninsula can be found - along with its many reserves, conservation sites and stunning coastal walks.
The city of Bangor, one of Britain's smallest cities is situated on the county's northern coast. Large towns in the area include Bala - location of Wales's largest lake, the ports of Caernarfon and Porthmadog. There are also many pretty villages such as Tremadog & Morfa Bychan.
Gwynedd has an abundance of attractions - both natural and man-made. Part of the Snowdonia National Park is found within the county borders and places such as Cwm Idwal and the dramatic peak of Mount Snowdon are hugely popular with tourists. Other attractions in the area include the impressive castles at Harlech and Penrhyn, the Llechwedd Slate Caverns near Blaenau Ffestiniog, Bala Lake Railway & Ffestiniog Heritage Railway and Portmerion Village - famous for its pottery and being the prime location of 1960's TV series 'The Prisoner'.
Dolgoch Falls Cottage
Come and enjoy this lovely cottage in a truly picturesque area on the edge of Snowdonia
- Located on the edge of Snowdonia
- Lovely garden with picnic benches
- Games room with snooker table
- Private fishing lake / river
- Log fire
Pen-y-Clip is a fully restored, Modernist villa nestled into the hillside
- A refurbished, Modernist farmhouse
- Fantastic gardens and views
- Large decked area for outdoor dining
- Hot tub which takes 7 adults
- 5 television sets
Millpond Cottage is a fully restored quaint farmhouse located on a secluded part of a working farm
- Comfortable, sociable living area
- Magnificent panoramic views over pastureland
- Breakfast bar with up to 4 stools
- 32" flat screen TV
- Cottage is on a working farm
Beautifully appointed, cosy 2 bedroom accommodation available for holiday hire
- Traditional Welsh cottage
- Inglenook fireplace and log burner
- Modern facilities throughout
- Surrounded by breathtaking scenery
- No pets/no smoking
A tranquil holiday retreat.
- private riverside terrace
- open log fire
- beamed ceiling and feature stone walls
- under-floor heating
- 5 minute walk to beach
Character cottage with beamed ceilings and rural views.
- rural views
- close to beach