Cottages in Gwynedd

This area of North Wales is simply spectacular and the landscape is unique with steep river gorges, high mountains, waterfalls and green valleys. With the majestic Snowdonia Mountains dominating the skyline, you can either climb or take the Mountain railway to the peak. It is one of the most unique rail journeys in the UK. With wide open stretches of golden sandy beaches, caves and rock pools, this is an area ideal for a traditional bucket and spade holiday, or for enjoying a picnic on the coast with your loved ones. For those wanting a more adrenalin-fuelled break, there is plenty to keep you entertained, with zip wires and activity centres offering a wide range of water and land-based activities. Explore all that this area has to offer from the comfort of one of our cottages in Gwynedd.

Cottages in Gwynedd

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our Gwynedd cottages

This picturesque county in northwest Wales is known for its stunning landscapes, historic sites, and cultural richness. Here are the top five things to see and do in Gwynedd:

  1. Snowdonia National Park: Explore Snowdonia, a breathtaking national park featuring rugged mountains, lush valleys, and serene lakes. Hike to the summit of Mount Snowdon for panoramic views or enjoy outdoor activities like mountain biking and rock climbing.

  2. Caernarfon Castle: Visit Caernarfon Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an impressive medieval fortress. Explore its mighty walls, towers, and stunning views of the Menai Strait.

  3. Portmeirion Village: Discover the unique and colourful Portmeirion Village, often referred to as the "Italianate Village." Stroll through its charming streets, gardens, and architecturally distinctive buildings.

  4. Harlech Castle: Explore Harlech Castle, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its commanding hilltop position and stunning vistas of the coastline. Learn about its history and enjoy its strategic location.

  5. Llechwedd Slate Caverns: Descend into the Llechwedd Slate Caverns, an old slate mine turned attraction. Take a guided tour to learn about the region's slate industry, ride on an underground tramway, and experience the thrilling zip lines.

Bonus: Explore the picturesque towns and villages along the coastline, such as Barmouth and Abersoch. Visit the National Slate Museum in Llanberis to delve further into the area's industrial history.

Cottages in Gwynedd