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Holiday cottages in Wales offer a fantastic mix of beautiful landscapes and vibrant cities. One day you could be enjoying the unrivalled tranquillity and expansive views of Snowdonia, and the next you could be joining the throng at Cardiff’s majestic Millennium Stadium. To borrow a well-worn phrase, Wales truly is a destination with something for everyone. The only problem with so much choice is finding the right thing for you and your fellow holidaymakers to enjoy, so we’re going to make a few recommendations for an unforgettable holiday in Wales.

Wales really is a country of highlights, with an incredible array of fantastic attractions, both natural and man-made. One of the best ways to get your bearings is to head upwards, so we’re going to recommend a trip to Snowdonia National Park first. If you’d like a bird’s eye view of your stunning surroundings there really is no place like it. The circular Precipice Walk offers a slightly challenging two-hour trek but the pay off is expansive views as far as the eye can see. Mount Snowdon is easily accessible thanks to a train ride, or a climb for more intrepid visitors. However you choose to reach it, the views from the surrounding landscape are breathtaking. Less taxing, but no less beautiful, is the Pembrokeshire Coast. The UK's only truly coastal national park offers stunning limestone cliffs, soft golden sands and cool blue waters as far as the eye can see. Wales’ industrial heritage is celebrated at the Llechwedd Slate Caverns. One of the country’s premier tourist attractions, it offers both a fascinating insight into the lives of the miners and a truly unique landscape to explore and admire. If you fancy a more vibrant holiday experience then there are few better locations than Cardiff. Like Wales itself, the capital city offers a wonderful celebration of history and a wealth of contemporary attractions, so it’s perhaps unsurprising to find out that it’s also one of the most popular destinations for those with Welsh holiday cottages.

A beautifully varied landscape makes Welsh cottages perennially popular with outdoor enthusiasts and those who fancy enjoying the fresh air and stunning spectacle of some of the UK’s most celebrated natural locations. Hikers, climbers, cyclists and boaters will all find much to enjoy in the ‘Land of Song’. Pet owners will be equally satisfied with their choice of holiday destination and there are plenty of places to stretch the legs and give the dog a welcome run-around. If you fancy a more cosmopolitan experience then you’ll find more than enough cities offering great shopping opportunities, vibrant nightlife and a packed calendar of cultural events.

If you’re ready to begin your exploration, take a look at our featured Wales holiday cottages.

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  • Arch Cottage

    Llanidloes

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: CC624013
    Arch Cottage lies in a quiet side street in the centre of pretty Llanidloes, which was once the heart of the ancient medieval kingdom of Arwystli. It is the first town on the River Severn and is an ideal spot to take a short break or longer holiday. Easy to reach, Llanidloes is situated only a 2-hour drive from Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff, with the national rail network running close by. Yet ’Llani’ as it is often referred to locally, is far away from hustle and bustle of modern life and the perfect place to relax amidst some of the most unspoilt and undiscovered scenery Wales has to offer, surrounded by soft mountain scenery which makes it very popular with wildlife enthusiasts and hikers. The Celtic Saint Idloes laid the foundations of a church on table land overlooking the Severn and today the layout of wide streets formed in the shape of a cross form the heart of the town. The Old Market Hall, the only half timbered hall of its kind in Wales and still in its original position, was constructed on the centre of the cross in the early 1600s. Llanidloes has an array of interesting independent shops, cafes and no less than nine pubs, so no shortage of places to eat and drink. There are over 30 separate walking routes and national trails around the town which are clearly marked and signposted. They link Llanidloes with the smaller surrounding villages of Llangurig, Llandinam and Trefeglwys and range from just a few miles to a good day’s walk. Many of the roads and tracks around the town are ideal for cyclists and the Lon Cambrian Sustrans routes pass through the town. In this beautiful Mid Wales region you will find castles, country houses & gardens, wildlife and nature reserves, small market towns, lakes, mountains and the beaches of the Ceredigion coastline are within easy reach. After days out enjoying the area, Arch Cottage is the perfect place to come back to with its cosy living room, wood burner, courtyard terrace, and all that the lovely town of Llanidloes has to offer right on your doorstep!

    Ground Floor: This property has gas central heating and comprises:
    Lounge: With wood burner, 30" Freeview TV (Sky available, please bring your own card), DVD player and CD/radio.
    Dining room/kitchen: With tiled floor, electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed.
    Bedroom 2: With single bed.
    Bathroom: With shower over short bath and WC.

    All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner provided. Wi-Fi (payable to BT Openzone).

    Enclosed courtyard garden with furniture. Public car park foc, 20 yards.

  • Cefn Gorwydd Cottages - Ty Ysgubor

    Gowerton

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: JYZ

    "In the peace of Gower’s gentle farmland – with beaches and bays close at hand . . ."

    The Gower Peninsula with its rolling countryside and miles of unspoilt coastline is the setting for these very comfortable holiday cottages which themselves are set on 30 acres of land. The cottages have been furnished and equipped to a very high standard, and are double glazed throughout. Visitors enjoy shared use of a games room with table tennis and a pool table, and may relax in the garden area; bicycles are available for hire in Swansea and facilities for water sports and fishing are close at hand. There is easy access to many beautiful sandy beaches and coves within 10 miles or so, and opportunities nearby for scenic moorland and coastal walks in this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Gowerton, with its shops and pub, and local trains to west and mid Wales, is only half a mile away.
    A nearby cycle track leads to the Mumbles, which is famous for its lighthouse and lifeboat station and also boasts seaside attractions, a pleasant promenade and lots of sailing dinghies and small boats. At Penclawdd (3 miles), cockle fishermen go out on to the mudflats at low tide with horse-drawn carts to rake out the cockle harvest. Many of the Gower’s sandy beaches are backed by dunes, and some offer excellent wind-surfing; there are sandy coves with rock pools and the coastal path leads to wonderful cliff-top views. Inland, the sheep and sturdy Gower ponies roam moorlands which offer further opportunities for walks, picnics, riding and bird-watching.
    A number of National Nature Reserves are home to rare birds and plants. The glistening Loughor Estuary provides a haven for waders and geese among the rice-grass, sea lavender and marsh mallow of Llanrhidian Marsh, all overlooked by the summit of Cilifor Top, which is crowned with an extensive Iron Age fort; a nearby lane passes the ruin of Weobley Castle, once a fortified manor house; on the Gower, visitors can explore history and natural history side by side at every turn, almost everywhere with the sound of the sea in the background.
    Hang-gliders take off from Rhossili Down, now in the care of the National Trust, and swoop over the bay, whose three-mile sweep of golden sand is one of the most spectacular on the Welsh coast and often offers ideal conditions for surfing. The many facilities of Swansea include restaurants, shops, theatres, leisure centre, concert halls, museums, golf courses, extensive parks and gardens, a marina and the Welsh National Swimming Pool and sandy beaches with bathing (6 miles). A 30-minute drive leads to the National Botanical Gardens in Carmarthenshire, whilst an 18-hole golf course and a wildlife and wetlands sanctuary are both only ten minutes away by car.
    Within an hours’ drive and well worth a visit is the lively capital city of Cardiff with its National Museum of Wales at St Fagans, as well as Cardiff Bay and the new tidal barrage. Nowadays, the Gower is more easily accessible by road, and the warming effect of the Gulf Stream means that the weather for visitors to the cosy cottages of Cefn Gorwydd can be exceptionally pleasant at any time of year. Shops ½ mile.

    This cottage adjoins Ty Gwyn and is equipped to similarly high standards. Open-plan, beamed living/dining room with rugs on quarry-tiled floor and electric fire set in stone fireplace. Fitted kitchen area. Open-tread stairs to first floor: Double bedroom and single bedroom, both with sloping ceilings. Shower room and toilet.

    • Cot
    • High chair
    • Dishwasher

    • NSH, radiant fire and convector heaters included
    • Electricity, bed linen and towels included
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Stereo/CD
    • Microwave
    • Shared laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer (at cost) and payphone
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Shared garden with furniture
    • Parking
    • Shared games room with table tennis and pool table
    • No smoking

  • Gellifawr Cottages - Bwthyn

    Gellifawr, nr. Newport

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: 30147

    Lying peacefully beneath the shadows of Mount Carningli (The Mount of Angels) in the iconic Pembrokeshire National Park, these traditional Welsh barns (refs 30144, 30145, 30146, 30147, 30148 and 30149) offer peace and tranquillity in abundance, and are just a stone’s throw away from the charming coastal resort of Newport, famous for its Welsh culture, traditional pubs, restaurants and a golden sandy beach. Comprising a mixture of ground floor, first floor and two-storey accommodation, the former barns date back to the 17th century, and retain all of their original charm and character, with each room having comfortable furnishings and amenities for that unforgettable holiday experience. Gellifawr Cottages are nestled uniquely in the beautiful Gwaun Valley countryside, with 6 acres of landscaped gardens and shimmering lakes, where white doves have freedom of flight. Guests can sit, relax and unwind whilst watching the red kites soar over the magnificent scenery, or take advantage of the on-site bar and restaurant, which is renowned locally for its fine dining and real ales. The area itself has lots to offer, including fantastic walks along the nearby Preseli Hills, where visitors can discover the numerous trails and ancient monuments scattered along the rolling countryside - an ideal holiday base. A short drive away is the spectacular coastal path, which leads you through the picturesque coastal resorts of Newport, Fishguard and Solva, offering a collection of unblemished beaches, boutique gift shops, art galleries and restaurants with freshly caught seafood always on the menu. Explore the historic city of St. Davids, featuring the magnificent 12th-century cathedral and medieval ruins of the Bishop’s Palace, or for the more adventurous, take a sea safari expedition around the off-shore island of Ramsey, cruising close to sea birds, seals and the occasional bottlenose dolphin and whale. The beaches of Newport, Whitsands and Newgale are within easy reach, and are renowned for surf and water sports activities. Away from the coast, Pembrokeshire’s countryside is just as promising, with its array of charming market towns and medieval castles dotted around the county; history is only a short drive away to be explored. Golf and horse riding nearby. Beach 4 miles. Shop 4 miles, pub and restaurant on-site.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single.

    DVD. Stereo/CD. Sitting-out area and furniture. Parking (2 cars).

    All properties: Biomass central heating, electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Freeview TV. Electric cooker. Microwave. Shared laundry room. Wi-fi. Shared 6-acre grounds with sitting-out area and furniture. Shared barbecue. Cycle store. Natural water supply from spring. Welcome pack. No smoking. NB: 3 fenced ponds in grounds.

  • The Old Coach House - Grassholm

    Rosebush, Clynderwen

    Grade
    3
    2
    2
    1
    Ref: CC631012
    Named after one of Pembrokeshire’s magical islands of wildlife, this two bedroom log-cabin invites you to live amongst nature near the Preseli Hills and within the national park. It sits in a secluded woodland area, near the glistening waters of Rosebush reservoir, in the six acres of land belonging to the Old Coach House. Hidden away by bushes and trees, you’d be forgiven for losing all sense of time and place in this cosy log cabin. Fully equipped with a host of comfortable soft furnishings and modern conveniences, getting back to nature has never been so easy. Its large French doors open fully, connecting outdoors with indoors and inviting you to expand your living space on to the veranda and into the woodland beneath the canopy of trees. A trickling mountain stream, birdsong and the sight of shimmering blue water in the distance, make staying at Grassholm a feast for the senses and a unique holiday experience in itself. The six acres of land offer a variety of surroundings for guests to enjoy; pretty gardens, natural grounds and woodlands; where picnic tables and benches lie perfectly positioned for guests to make the most of these truly beautiful surroundings. 

    Ground Floor: Property is all on ground floor level, has electric radiators and storage heaters and comprises:
    Open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area: with French doors opening onto veranda and woodland enjoying lovely views.
    Lounge area: With electric flame effect stove, Freeview TV and DVD player.
    Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave and fridge with ice box.
    Bedroom 1: With double bed.
    Bedroom 2: With single bed.
    Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and wash basin.

    All electricity, bed linen and towels included. Shared laundry facilities on site. Library of DVD’s and board games available. Highchair and travel cot available on request. Welcome pack.

    Private patio with garden furniture and BBQ on request. Shared use of six acres of varied, outdoor space to enjoy. Outdoor store can be provided for bikes etc. Off road parking for two cars.

  • Church Street 23

    Llangollen near Wrexham

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: CC614030
    This property is situated in the beautiful town of Llangollen and is only a few minutes walk from the town centre. The cottage is a comfortable retreat in which to relax and unwind as well as providing an ideal base from which to explore the town’s attractions, the local area and the beauty of north Wales. Church Street is one of the oldest streets in Llangollen and until the 19th Century was the main road from London to Holyhead. In 1815 Thomas Telford began his construction of the new A5 taking all the traffic away from Church Street. The street’s name comes from the Church of Saint Collen and the original church was founded by the Saint in the late 16th Century. Collen was an Irish warrior and religious figure who lived for a time as a hermit on Glastonbury Tor. The church has been altered and rebuilt over the years, the amazing carved oak ceiling dates from the 15th Century.

    This charming property has been sympathetically renovated maintaining original features such as beams and wattle and daub walls wherever possible. It dates back to 1695 and was once one of the Quaker meeting rooms. It is situated on the banks of the River Dee overlooking Castell Dinas Bran and is well equipped with added luxuries such as TVs in all the bedrooms and free Wi-Fi. Number 23 has a wealth of exposed beams, original slate floor and a wood burning stove giving a homely charm to the living area. The conservatory which houses the kitchen diner opens up onto the split level patio which has a dining area and a raised decking area over the river enjoying a super view of the castle. The main bedroom has a comfortable double bed while the smaller back bedroom has a 4ft bed. There is a shower room serving both bedrooms.

    Church Street 23 can be booked together with Church Street 9 (CC614028) and Church Street 21 (CC614029) to accommodate up to 11 guests. Church Street 21 and Church Street 23 also have adjoining gates between the gardens.

    Ground Floor: The property has Economy 7 heating and comprises:
    Lounge: Beamed with slate floor, wood burner and Freeview TV.
    Kitchen: With slate floor, breakfast area, electric cooker, microwave, fridge with ice box, dishwasher, washing machine and door to patio.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed and TV.
    Bedroom 2: With 4ft double bed (for one) and TV.
    Shower room: With shower and WC.

    All electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner provided. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Wi-Fi.

    Enclosed patio with furniture. Car park (permit provided). No smoking. NB: 7 steps to patio.

  • Fron Isaf Cottages - Ysgubor Isaf

    Llanglydwen, Whitland

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: OWU

    In a hidden valley, surrounded by fields on every side, with red kites, buzzards and ravens circling above and with views of the Preseli Hills to the west, these peaceful holiday properties (refs OWV, OWU & OWW) are close to so much in west Wales. Fron Isaf Cottages nestle within the owners’ beautiful grounds and have been sensitively converted from old slate and stone barns into cosy and attractive holiday accommodation, and Ysgubor Uchaf (ref OWW) is a silver award winner with the Green Tourism Council. The stunning indoor pool, sauna and Jacuzzi make these very special properties. Each cottage has its own outdoor area with private seating and a barbecue. In addition there is a large mature garden with a decked seating area perfect for enjoying the rural views and watching the sun set over the Preselis.
    The properties’ environmental credentials are strong. Water comes from a spring and much of the heating and hot water is from a geothermal source. A footpath leads directly from the cottages providing circular walks of varying length in the surrounding countryside.
    The nearest town is Narberth, with its wonderful shopping opportunities. About half an hour’s drive to the south are Tenby, Saundersfoot and Amroth with their glorious beaches. While half an hour to the north the dramatic Pembrokeshire and Cardigan coastlines offer beautiful bays, sandy beaches and market towns like Newport, with its excellent restaurants and many good pubs. Carmarthen and Haverfordwest are half an hour away and both towns have a good range of shops, supermarkets and a market. Tourist attractions like Oakwood, Folly Farm, Anna’s Welsh Zoo, Blue Lagoon Water Park as well as The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Aberglasney Gardens and St. Davids - Britain’s smallest city - make for a good day out. There are also at least seventeen castles to visit within an hour’s drive. Excellent walking in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and on the coast path, as well as activities like golfing, sailing, fishing, cycling and horse riding are plentiful in the area. Shop, 3½ miles, pub 1 mile.

    Double bedroom with large arched window and wooden floor. Single bedroom with large arched window and wooden floor. Shower room with toilet. First floor: Beamed, open-plan living/dining room withwood-burning stove, large arched window, patio doors to balcony and modern oak style kitchen with wooden floor.

    • Electric heaters included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • Counter-top freezer
    • Parking (for 2 cars)

    • Wood-burning stove - initial fuel included, thereafter £3 per basket
    • Bed linen and towels included
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD (small library)
    • Stereo/CD
    • Microwave
    • Shared laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer
    • Wi-fi
    • Large, shared, lawned garden with patio and furniture
    • Private patio with furniture
    • Barbecue
    • Shared, heated, indoor swimming pool (24ft x 16ft, depth 3ft 3in to 5ft 6in, open every day, all year 8am - 8pm) with sauna, Jacuzzi, changing and shower facilities (bring own towels for pool use)
    • Natural spring water supply
    • NB: Steps to patio, slopes and unfenced stream in front of cottages

  • The Midlands - Ty Glowty

    Letterston, nr. Fishguard

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: 2771

    Ideal touring base

    These holiday cottages are half a mile from the village of Letterston, in a really peaceful location, overlooking lawns and pleasant countryside. The detached Stable Cottage and semi-detached Ty Glowty (adjoining the owner’s home) are of a good standard, completely redecorated and refurbished. They make an ideal touring base for South West Wales, the spectacular Pembrokeshire National Park Coast, with its sandy beaches and coves, the Preseli Hills, and Fishguard - all within 5 miles. Amenities include golf, fishing, good walking and pony trekking, with many places of historic interest, craft centres and castles to visit. Shop and pub 1 mile.

    Living/dining room. Kitchen. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single. Shower room with toilet.

    Electricity fires in all rooms included. No children under 2 years.

    Both properties: Electricity and bed linen included. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Ample parking. No smoking. NB: There is a pond in the garden.

  • Awel Y Grug

    Sarnau, Bala, Gwynedd

    Grade
    3
    1
    1
    1
    Ref: CC612048
    Awel y Grug, translated as Breeze Over the Heather, nestles in the small hamlet of Sarnau, amidst lush green countryside. This attractive stone holiday cottage has a  cosy and welcoming feel inside with a fabulous fireplace and original stone lintel being just the perfect spot for the wood burning stove. The bedroom and en suite bathroom have been beautifully finished and feel fresh and light. The attractive garden is well tended by the owner who lives next door, inviting you to sit outside in the sunshine for a morning coffee while you plan your day ahead. Golf nearby.

    Ground Floor: Property has oil fired central heating and comprises:
    Lounge/Dining: With wood burning stove, Freeview TV/DVD, radio and dining furniture for 3
    Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge and freezer

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed and single bed and en suite bathroom with small bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash basin

    All oil, electricity, bed linen and towels included. First supply of fuel for wood burning stove. Cot and high chair available. Shared washing machine. Wi-Fi.

    Mature garden, shared with the owner and surrounded, but not fully enclosed, by hedging and a low wall with garden furniture. BBQ. Please note that there are steps leading from the top of the garden to the lower level. There are unprotected drops within the useable grounds of the property.  There is a utility area housing a washing machine and this is shared with the owner. Parking for 2 cars. Cycle store.

  • Plas Bach Cottages - Cottage 1

    Brookhouse, nr. Denbigh

    Grade
    3
    1
    0
    1
    Ref: 12346

    Well appointed, comfortable holiday cottages converted from a traditional Welsh longhouse and stables, the character of its original use still evident in both properties. Each cottage has been tastefully and stylishly furnished with the larger unit ideal for families and the smaller cottage a cosy base for a couple. Well placed for touring all parts of North Wales which include historic castle towns, traditional coastal resorts and beaches together with the magnificent scenery of Snowdonia. In the locality there are a number of walks with golfing, fishing, tennis and bowls. A country Inn and restaurant is also close by. Shop ½ mile, pub 50 yards.

    Ground floor: Living room with single sofa bed/dining room. Kitchen. First floor: 1 twin bedroom. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    First £10per week, £5 per short break NSH and electricity included, remainder by card from owner. Bed linen included. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Freezer. Large shared front patio and chairs. Barbecue. Parking (1 car). No smoking. No children under 8 years due to low positioning of window in bedroom.

  • Cefn Canol

    Rhydlanfair, Betws-y-Coed

    Grade
    3
    1
    0
    1
    Ref: OHL

    Use of nearby leisure centre (3 miles) with pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and multi-gym

    Enjoying splendid views over the Snowdonia mountain range, this beautifully converted detached barn lies next to a small sheep farm on the owners’ farmland with a farm trail to explore. Tastefully decorated, it is ideal for a holiday couple to explore 14 peaks of Snowdon and the many delights of the National Park, reached via a mountain pass through Betws-y-Coed (3 miles). This delightful 19th-century resort town is surrounded by picturesque woodland and there are river walks leading over bridges to waterfalls. Llandudno 20 miles. Horse riding nearby. Ideal for golf. Shops and Ty Gwyn (Good Pub Guide) 3 miles.

    Spacious living/dining room with wood-burning stove, sofa-bed or small single (for +1) and attractive well-equipped farmhouse-style kitchen area. Double bedroom (5ft bed) with en-suite bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Wood-burning stove – initial fuel included, thereafter available locally
    • Electricity, biomass central heating and bed linen included
    • Travel cot
    • Cot by arrangement
    • High chair
    • Sofa-bed or small single (for +1) by arrangement
    • TV
    • Video
    • DVD
    • CD
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Freezer
    • Internet connection
    • Garden with patio and furniture
    • 100-acre farm trail
    • Barbecue
    • Parking
    • No smoking

  • Hen Bwthyn Ficerdy

    Minera near Wrexham

    Grade
    3
    1
    1
    1
    Ref: CC613036
    Attached to the owner’s home which was once the original village vicarage dating back to the 1600s, Hen Bwthyn Ficerdy (Old Vicarage Cottage), offers comfortable holiday accommodation in the heart of North Wales. Renovated to a very good standard, this welcoming cottage with its cosy open fire and quiet village location, is an ideal base for couples who want to explore both sides of the border. The cottage is located in the village of Minera, which is famous for its lead mines dating back to the Roman times. The village has a community run pub, church and playground, which is just opposite the cottage and is ideal for dog walking. A wider range of amenities including shops, pubs and restaurants can be found in Wrexham, five miles.
    Perfect for those who love the outdoors, there are lots of great walks in the area including the Minera mountain, the former rail tracks and through the old disused quarry which has been designated as an area of rare scientific interest, due to its rare species of flora and bird life. Offas Dyke and Clwydog trail are also nearby. Walk to National Trust’s Erddig, approximately seven miles, or over the mountain and through the vale between Wrexham and Llangollen, known as World’s End.
    For the more adventurous, try a segway experience at Chirk Castle, 12 miles and the popular mountain biking centre at Llandegla, six miles, which offers cycle hire as well as a fishing lake and shooting centre. Other outdoor activities include the off-road driving centre at Bwlchgwyn, the Horseshoe Pass to Llangollen, which apart from its horse drawn barges and the Pontcysyllte aquaduct, which is a World Heritage Site, also offers canoeing and white water rafting, as well as hosting the annual International Eisteddfod in July.
    Ruthin is just 14 miles away, with its castle and historical museum. The historic city of Chester is within a 20-minute drive and Bala, Chester Zoo and Blue Planet Aquarium are all within a 40-minute drive. Liverpool can be reached within an hour, or drive to Wallasey and take a ferry across the Mersey. Snowdonia and Betws-y-Coed with its Go Ape Treetop Adventure and the world’s longest zip wire are also within an hour’s drive. Beaches at Barmouth, Conwy and Llandudno are within easy driving distance.

    Ground Floor: The property has electric central heating and comprises:
    Lounge: Beamed with open fire, 28" Freeview TV, DVD player and double sofa bed (for child).
    Six steps to...
    Kitchen: Small with beams, wooden floor, small electric oven/grill, electric hob, microwave and fridge with ice box.
    Shower room: With shower, WC and heated towel rail.

    First Floor: Bedroom 1: With king size bed.

    All electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for open fire provided. Wi-Fi. Shared use of washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer in owners utility room.

    Shared, enclosed garden, patio and BBQ. Private patio and furniture. 1 pet welcome but is not permitted in the shared garden. Bike store. Parking for 1 car.

  • Cosilea Cottage

    Welshpool, nr. Powys

    Grade
    3
    2
    0
    1
    Ref: W41797

    Central location

    A cosy terraced holiday cottage, ideal for couples, situated in the heart of Welshpool - a historic market town and home to the impressive Powys Castle and parkland. Guests can relax in the knowledge that once here you can park up and walk to local restaurants, pubs and shops, plus there are plenty of attractions which don’t require driving to, such as a trip on the steam train over to Llanfair Careinion, Powysland Museum, canal barge trips and a Powys Castle tour. Local to the area you will find golf, fishing, horseriding and plenty of beautiful walks through stunning countryside. Shops, pubs and restaurants 40 yards.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Kitchen. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Gas central heating included (£25per week, £15 per short break November-March). Electricity, gas, bed linen and towels included. Gas cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Freezer. Patio. On road parking. No smoking.

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