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Cadair Idris is set within the beauty of Snowdonia, offering a stunning setting for your next holiday. Our holiday cottages in Cafair Idris are perfectly located so that you can explore the historic past and exciting activities on offer. Whether you’re heading away for a couples retreat, a family holiday or as a large group, you can rest assured that we’ve got properties to suit all of your needs – including dog-friendly abodes!
Sleeping parties of two and upwards, the whole family will enjoy a trip to Wales, and with features including traditional log fires, private gardens, swimming pools and hot tubs, there’s something to keep everybody happy.
If you’re searching for a property that is suitable for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility, we have a selection of properties that will simply be perfect. If you’re struggling to find a cottage that meets all of your needs, get in touch with one of our sales team who will be able to help you further. Find your ultimate holiday cottage in Cadair Idris below.
The craggy mountain of Cadair Idris in the heart of Snowdonia is hidden between the popular towns of Dolgellau and Machylleth. As the second most popular mountain in Wales (after Mount Snowdon) the hike up to the peaks offer a challenge for avid walkers, who will be rewarded by the breath-taking scenes that lie beneath. Dolgellau also offers an array of walking paths through the natural beauty of Snowdonia.
The village of Cadair Idris is home to some lovely village shops, cafes, restaurants and a fantastic Tourist Information Centre if you want to learn more about its history. Our Cadair Idris holiday cottages mean that you can enjoy the serenity of the quaint village, but also to take on a challenge or two whilst visiting some of Wales’ most-loved attractions, including Snowdonia National Park.
· Visit Snowdonia National Park
· Walking & hiking trails
· Explore local history and heritage
· Locally produced food & drink