Metres from the sea in the exquisite village of Porthdinllaen, halfway down the remote Llyn Peninsula, is Tri-A-Hanner. This tiny one bedroom cottage is the perfect romantic retreat, and the area around it offers up some of North Wales’s most beautiful coastal walking routes.
Set within the Snowdonia National Park, The Chalet at Tan yr Ogof is an ideal place from which to explore the sheer mountain faces and snow-topped peaks that dominate the region. Secluded, and surrounded by woodland, The Chalet offers a real opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle.
If you’re keen to discover the fascinating Isle of Anglesey, you couldn’t pick a better spot than Tywyn Cottage as a base. Close to the centre of Cemaes Bay, a pretty seaside village on the island’s north coast, visitors to the cottage are privy to stunning views of the bay and beyond.
You can’t drive to the front door of Pant Rhiw Cottage, instead, visitors arrive via a secluded footpath, it’s in a refreshingly remote location. From the cottage, guests are rewarded by sweeping views of Hell’s Mouth Bay, one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the country.
This is the perfect holiday spot for those who enjoy challenging treks and a quieter pace of life. Under 10 miles from the mountain town of Betws-y-Coed, the terrain around this out-of-the-way cottage is varied, with far-reaching moorland and rocky climbs all within eyeshot.
Bright, airy and very modern in its design, Enlli may be located at the far end of the Llyn Peninsula but the local village of Aberdaron has everything you’ll need for a comfortable stay. With quiet sandy beaches close by, Enlli is the perfect place for a family getaway.
Part of a working farm, this unique cottage is at the heart of the Ysbyty Estate, a few miles from Ysbyty Ifan. Wildlife watchers and fishing enthusiasts are well taken care of in an area famed for placid, fruitful lakes and beautiful birds of prey, including the illusive Red Kite.
Ideal for large groups, Medieval Egryn is an impressive base from which to explore Snowdonia and its coastal fringes. In a prime position near the seaside towns of Harlech and Barmouth, and with incredible walks on its doorstep, Egryn has something for everyone.
With Powis Castle as a backdrop, this stunning holiday cottage oozes grandeur. A short hop over the border from Engalnd, visitors are well-placed to explore both Snowdonia and the Shropshire Hills. The pretty town of Welshpool, with its traditional pubs and cafes, is just a mile away.
The inspiration for literary classic, 'I bought a Mountain', this attractive mountain retreat is located in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. The ideal location for avid ramblers, there are a wide-range of walking routes, suitable for all abilities and accessible from the cottage.