Go on a truly magnificent adventure around Snowdonia when you stay at one of our Snowdonia National Park holiday cottages. Our portfolio boasts a range of holiday cottages to suit every type of traveller, from traditional or modern cottages, chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments to choose from.
Several of our properties include luxury touches such as log fires and hot tubs to indulge in after your stroll along the national park. In addition, we pride ourselves in offering a range of dog- friendly holiday accommodation, meaning your four-legged friend can come along for the adventure! The holiday cottages available within the Snowdonia National Park sleep groups of two or more, providing ideal accommodation for couples, families and groups looking for an adventure-filled holiday in North Wales.
Guide To Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia National Park sits on the west coast of Britain, located towards the north of Wales. It covers a distance of 823 square miles, making it the largest national park in Wales, and is filled with a diverse range of landscapes, from the rolling countryside, meandering river and the mountainous terrain, for visitors to enjoy.
Snowdon is the main focal point of this national park, and it is the highest mountain in the entirety of England and Wales; you can access this attraction easily from many of our holiday cottages in Snowdonia National Park. 26,000 people call the national park their home, and on your visit, you can see why! When visitors and locals are not attempting the mountains peaks, they are leisurely strolling through the picturesque villages of Beddgelert and Betws y Coed, to name a few, to encounter the local history, culture and those outstanding views.
Visitors can marvel at the outstanding remains of the Welsh history at sites such as Conwy Castle. Alternatively, they are getting their heartbeats racing by facing one of the many outdoor activities Snowdonia has to offer. Those who love adrenaline-fuelled excursions will have their daredevil appetite satisfied by the surfing, zip-lining and mountain-biking! It is therefore no surprise that this part of Wales entices thousands of travellers to visit each year, appealing to those who love the tranquillity to the ones who crave adventure.