Stay with us in South Snowdonia

Bordered by the beautiful Dwyryd and Dyfi estuaries, the mountains of south Snowdonia include some of Wales' most fascinating National Trust places. It’s here that the roots of the Trust took hold, with the first acquisition in 1895 of Dinas Oleu.

Egryn near Barmouth, Gwynedd

Egryn cottage

Set within Snowdonia, with the coastal towns of Barmouth and Harlech close by and the Llŷn Peninsula within easy driving distance, Egryn is the perfect base from which to explore and enjoy the natural beauty of North Wales.

Fron Dirion near Dolgellau, Gwynedd

Fron Dirion

Fron Dirion is a secluded 18th-century cottage which is located on a working hill farm near Dolgellau. There is an enclosed garden and superb views up the valley. It was once used as a base for fishing trips in the 50s and 60s; drawing of a trout can be seen on the wall as you enter the cottage.

Braich Melyn interior, near Dolgellau, Snowdonia

Braich Melyn

Situated on a working hill farm near Dolgellau; Dolobran Farm has spectacular views across the valley. This delightful, welcoming, stone-built cottage, dating from the seventeenth-century with attached barns, is of great historic interest and has many attractive, traditional features.

Nant Las double bedroom, near Dolgellau, Snowdonia

Nant Las cottage

A charming cottage with a quirky layout, ideal for romantic get-a-ways. Predominantly of timber construction, it was built in the nineteenth-century as an observatory, housing a telescope for nearby Dolmelynllyn Hall.