Holidays in Snowdonia

Snowdonia is simply breathtaking. With its towering mountains, deep gorges and valleys, and pristine lakes, this world-class National Park is an ideal holiday destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Discover slate villages, roaring waterfalls and sweeping moorland, all within a few minutes of the Irish Sea. By far the best view of this craggy mountain range is to be had from across the water on Anglesey. Cross the mighty Menai Strait and you’ll be rewarded with a scene that wouldn’t look out of place from the shores of Lake Geneva. This wild, untamed corner of Wales is just waiting to be explored.

Exterior of Dyffryn Mymbyr Farm House

Dyffryn Mymbyr Farmhouse 

Dyffryn Mymbyr is a stunning Victorian farmhouse situated in the heart of Snowdonia. With sweeping mountain views you'll love over glacial Llynnau Mymbyr lakes, this large holiday home, and surrounding farm, was the setting for 1930s rural-escapism book 'I bought a Mountain' by Thomas Firbank, about his retreat to Wales.

Foel Gopyn in Ysbyty Ifan

Foel Gopyn 

High in the mountains, this secluded, remote cottage on the Ysbyty estate, is a former gamekeeper's house. This idyllic retreat benefits from breathtaking moorland and mountain views but it’s just a short drive from the bustling town of Betws-y-Coed.

Exterior of 2 Siloam Cottage in Conway

2 Siloam Cottage 

One of a row of traditional Welsh rural terraced cottages, 2 Siloam is just a short walk from one of the finest views of the main Snowdonia mountain range, anywhere in the national park. You can explore all the area’s mountain trails and beautiful beaches from the cottage door.

Exterior of Hen Dy holiday cottage

Hen Dy 

Hen Dy is a large, spacious stone cottage, and the fabled home of famous Welsh prince Llywelyn the Great. Perfect for adventurers and keen walkers, the Watkin path, one of the main walking routes up Snowdon, begins just a few minutes from the property, and when you come back home after your rambles, the underfloor heating should mean that the cottage is lovely and toasty.

Exterior of Egryn, nr Barmouth, Gwynedd

Egryn 

Egryn is an impressive Medieval Hall House surrounded by farmland and boasting a large, private walled garden. Perfect for a rural family break, the holiday home is just a short drive to the stunning Cardigan Bay and ideally placed for long mountain rambles whatever the weather. You'll never forget sitting down in the restored Medieval dining room for family meals.

The exterior of Nant Las, near Dolgellau, Gwynedd

Nant Las 

Perfect for a romantic break, you can really get cosy in this little cottage set within a secluded woodland on the Dolmelynllyn estate. Along with miles upon miles of beautiful walking routes, the cottage is just a few minutes from Rhaiadr Ddu, one of the most famous waterfalls in the country.

Exterior of The Chalet at Tan yr Ogof, Beddgelert, Gwynedd

The Chalet at Tan Yr Ogof 

This small, quaint chalet is set in a woodland in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A romantic retreat for couples looking to escape the rat race for a few nights, the chalet is the ideal base for you to explore this beautiful corner of Snowdonia.