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Explore the stunning Snowdonia National Park, the beautiful Llyn Peninsula. From sandy beaches to rugged mountains, a holiday in Snowdonia has lots to offer. How about White Water Rafting? Spotting osprey near Porthmadog? Or a trip on the The Ffestiniog Railway?

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48 Crugan in the beautiful Pwllheli 4

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

48 Crugan in the beautiful Pwllheli From £945 Availability

48 Crugan is a welcoming 3-bedroom holiday chalet on the family-friendly Crugan Holiday Park in Llanbedrog. This property is the ideal bolt hole for a family of 4 and features an open plan living/dining area, well-appointed kitchen and modern family shower room. Enjoy your peaceful surroundings from the raised terrace area after a day of exploring Llanbedrog's wonderful beach and headland. Guests at this park can also gain temporary membership for the facilities at the Haulfryn Leisure Club at The Warren (2.3 miles) for an extra cost. The on-site facilities at the Haulfryn Leisure club include outdoor swimming pools and flume, pool bar and cafe, gym, multipurpose sports hall, outdoor tennis courts, children's playground.

- Size: Sleeps 4 in 3 bedrooms. While this property has 3 bedrooms, it is only suitable for MAX 2 adults and 2 children due to the living/dining area and small single beds.
- Beds: 1 Double, 4 Singles
- Rooms: Ground floor: Lounge/dining area, kitchen, two children's twin bedrooms, shower room and double bedroom with en suite WC.
- Kitchen and utilities: Well-appointed kitchen with oven, hob microwave, fridge, freezer, wash basin and dishwasher. Laundrette on-site.
- Entertainment: Smart TV in lounge, TV in double bedroom. Wi-Fi available. Children's play area on-site and guests can access to facilities at Haulfryn Leisure Club at The Warren (2.3 miles) for an extra cost.
- Outside: Raised decking area with outdoor furniture set of table and 4 chairs.
- General: Central heating and electricity included. Bed linen and towels provided.
- Pets: Sorry, no pets permitted at this property.
- No smoking inside the cottage.
- Parking: Private off-road parking for up to 2 cars.
- Notes: You may need to pay an Accidental Damage Deposit or Accidental Damage Deposit Waiver for this property. Where applicable we will contact you in good time before your holiday with further details and to take payment.

This chalet is located in Pwllheli. Plas Glyn y Weddw and Plas-yn-Rhiw are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Llŷn and Lleyn Peninsula.

54 Gimblet Rock in the beautiful Pwllheli 6

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

54 Gimblet Rock in the beautiful Pwllheli From £1295 Availability

A superb modern holiday lodge in a fantastic seaside setting, just metres from the beach. This family friendly property has a Scandinavian feel and a stylish practical interior. Pet friendly and well maintained Gimblet park is ideally located for exploring the surrounding countryside and further into the mountains of North Wales. The park has an onsite indoor swimming pool and sauna, gymnasium, café, bar and outdoor play area.

- Size: sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms
- Beds: 1 king size bed, 4 single beds
- Rooms: open plan lounge kitchen diner, 1 king bedroom with ensuite and TV, 2 twin bedrooms. bathroom with shower and bath.
- Kitchen & utilities: Gas oven/hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer washing machine/tumble dryer.
- Entertainment: Smart TV, wifi.
- For families: outdoor play area, onsite indoor swimming pool
- Outside: Decking with outdoor high-quality cushioned rattan furniture.
- Parking: 2 private parking spaces adjacent to lodge.
- General: Wifi- linen and towels include.
- Pets: 2 small pets are welcome. Note - you will need to pay an additional pet fee and you must not leave dogs unattended in the property.
- Accessibility: Steps leading up to the lodge. One level interior.
- Accidental Damage Deposit: You may need to pay an Accidental Damage Deposit or Accidental Damage Deposit Waiver for this property. Where applicable we will contact you in good time before your holiday with further details and to take payment.

This chalet is located in Pwllheli. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Eryri National Park and Llŷn, while Oriel Tonnau and Plas Glyn y Weddw are cultural highlights. Glasfryn Parc and Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways are also worth visiting.

54 Gimblet Rock in the beautiful Pwllheli 6

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

54 Gimblet Rock in the beautiful Pwllheli From £1295 Availability

A superb modern holiday lodge in a fantastic seaside setting, just metres from the beach. This family friendly property has a Scandinavian feel and a stylish practical interior. Pet friendly and well maintained Gimblet park is ideally located for exploring the surrounding countryside and further into the mountains of North Wales. The park has an onsite indoor swimming pool and sauna, gymnasium, café, bar and outdoor play area.

- Size: sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms
- Beds: 1 king size bed, 4 single beds
- Rooms: open plan lounge kitchen diner, 1 king bedroom with ensuite and TV, 2 twin bedrooms. bathroom with shower and bath.
- Kitchen & utilities: Gas oven/hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer washing machine/tumble dryer.
- Entertainment: Smart TV, wifi.
- For families: outdoor play area, onsite indoor swimming pool
- Outside: Decking with outdoor high-quality cushioned rattan furniture.
- Parking: 2 private parking spaces adjacent to lodge.
- General: Wifi- linen and towels include.
- Pets: 2 small pets are welcome. Note - you will need to pay an additional pet fee and you must not leave dogs unattended in the property.
- Accessibility: Steps leading up to the lodge. One level interior.
- Accidental Damage Deposit: You may need to pay an Accidental Damage Deposit or Accidental Damage Deposit Waiver for this property. Where applicable we will contact you in good time before your holiday with further details and to take payment.

This chalet is located in Pwllheli. Plas Glyn y Weddw and Plas-yn-Rhiw are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Glasfryn Parc and Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways.

9 Braich Farm in the beautiful Pwllheli 6

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

9 Braich Farm in the beautiful Pwllheli From £1120 Availability

This detached log cabin has been beautifully refurbished transforming this traditional Finnish roots into a truly stunning and stylish holiday lodge. Large French doors from the living area lead out to a large decked terrace with outdoor dining table and chairs.

Situated towards the southern end of the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales, Mynytho is a small village with only a handful of residents and surrounded by picturesque Welsh countryside.

The coastal town of Abersoch is only 2 miles away and is a popular resort for tourists wanting everything a seaside holiday entails. With the Warren Beach, Main Beach and Harbour Beach, you are spoilt for choice in choosing which golden sandy beach to sit and relax on. If you'd prefer a more adventurous holiday, a number of watersports also take place such as dinghy sailing, jet skiing and windsurfing. After a long day on the beach, take a stroll into the centre of Abersoch with its independent and designer shops, restaurants, deli's and bars.

Size: Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms (Families only)

Nearest Shop: 1 mile

Nearest Pub: 1.8 mile

Coast: 2 miles

Pets:

Short Breaks: Available during low season; at other times may be offered at short notice

Smoking: One pet welcome at £50 per week

Rooms: Living room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, bunk bedroom, family shower room

Beds: 2 doubles, 1 bunk

General: Flatscreen TV, DVD player, CD player; electricity and heating included

Utilities: Electric oven/hob, microwave, fridge/freezer

Standard: Kettle, toaster

Other: Bed linen provided. A £200 security deposit is requested, returned at the end of a successful stay.

Outdoors: Terrace to the front both with outdoor furniture and gas barbecue

Parking: Off road parking for 2 cars/boats

This chalet is located in Pwllheli. Plas Heli and Nefyn & District Golf Club are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Llŷn and Lleyn Peninsula.

9 Braich Farm in the beautiful Pwllheli 6

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

9 Braich Farm in the beautiful Pwllheli From £1148 Availability

This detached log cabin has been beautifully refurbished transforming this traditional Finnish roots into a truly stunning and stylish holiday lodge. Large French doors from the living area lead out to a large decked terrace with outdoor dining table and chairs.

Situated towards the southern end of the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales, Mynytho is a small village with only a handful of residents and surrounded by picturesque Welsh countryside.

The coastal town of Abersoch is only 2 miles away and is a popular resort for tourists wanting everything a seaside holiday entails. With the Warren Beach, Main Beach and Harbour Beach, you are spoilt for choice in choosing which golden sandy beach to sit and relax on. If you'd prefer a more adventurous holiday, a number of watersports also take place such as dinghy sailing, jet skiing and windsurfing. After a long day on the beach, take a stroll into the centre of Abersoch with its independent and designer shops, restaurants, deli's and bars.

Size: Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms (Families only)

Nearest Shop: 1 mile

Nearest Pub: 1.8 mile

Coast: 2 miles

Pets:

Short Breaks: Available during low season; at other times may be offered at short notice

Smoking: One pet welcome at £50 per week

Rooms: Living room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, bunk bedroom, family shower room

Beds: 2 doubles, 1 bunk

General: Flatscreen TV, DVD player, CD player; electricity and heating included

Utilities: Electric oven/hob, microwave, fridge/freezer

Standard: Kettle, toaster

Other: Bed linen provided. A £200 security deposit is requested, returned at the end of a successful stay.

Outdoors: Terrace to the front both with outdoor furniture and gas barbecue

Parking: Off road parking for 2 cars/boats

This chalet is located in Pwllheli. Plas Glyn y Weddw and Oriel Tonnau are cultural highlights, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Plas Heli and Nefyn & District Golf Club.

Aberdaron Abode 10

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

Aberdaron Abode From £1373 Availability

Aberdaron Abode enjoys a fabulous tranquil spot down a pretty country lane, less than four miles from the seaside village of Aberdaron. It is perfect for relaxation, unwinding and enjoying time with your family or favourite friends. This beautifully appointed holiday home sleeps ten guests in five bedrooms and is dog friendly too so up to two pooches can share your holiday. The house has been brilliantly designed for easy holiday living.

Aberdaron enjoys a wonderful range of cafes, pub restaurants, a thatched bakery and a shop. It is a fantastic spot on the spectacular Llyn Peninsula within easy reach of the Coast Path, rugged cliffs, superb beaches and picturesque Welsh villages. The Llyn Peninsula is known as ‘Snowdon’s arm’. It is a wildly beautiful peninsula with a rich culture and heritage, traditional farmsteads, little ports, stunning beaches and dramatic sea cliffs. The National Trust’s Whistling Sands, otherwise known as Porthoer Beach, Towyn, Tudweiliog Beach, the pretty seaside village of Abersoch and the sacred Bardsey Island are all extremely popular and the majestic mountains of Snowdonia are also within a short travelling distance. You can head from Porth Meudwy to Bardsey Island, fish, ride horses, play golf and head for Glasfryn Parc for go-karting, ten pin bowling and archery.

Aberdaron Abode is a luxury water mill conversion with a retro-chic interior, blissful bedrooms and a fabulous enclosed garden with its own bar. It is a great place to bring the generations together and enjoy special celebrations. Within its smart stone walls you will discover lavish furnishings including an Italian leather sofa, an original Indian coffee cart and a Chinese style sideboard as well as plush handmade curtains. The cottage is sprinkled with personal touches such as luxury Welsh wool throws, designer cushions, an industrial-inspired armchair and footrest and Welsh linen curtains. For little ones, or perhaps bigger ones, there is a table football on the gallery landing.

The main living room is elegant and refined with painted wooden beams that match the curtains, a wood burning stove for a crackling atmosphere, a velvet sofa as well as the leather one, a comfy armchair and a wall mounted Smart television for cosy movie nights. At the far end of the room you will find a traditional dining table and chairs and a lovely painted dresser. The generous kitchen enjoys a handy breakfast table and a sociable central island. It is a great space where the chefs in your group can cook up a storm.

The luxury master bedroom suite is located on the ground floor with its ensuite shower room and sumptuous kingsize bed. There is also a separate guest shower room on this level. Upstairs, you will find the other four bedrooms and another family bathroom. The Aberdaron Bedroom boasts a kingsize antique brass and iron bed frame, the Phiw and Meillionydd rooms enjoy twin beds and the final Plas Newydd Bedroom boasts colonial style furnishings including a black velvet kingsize bed. All of the beds are adorned with crisp cottons and luxury soft furnishings.

The magic continues outside where you can dine alfresco at the old refectory table on the patio. This secluded spot is perfect for pulling the cork of a bottle of red or a chilled bottle of fizz while mesmerised by the night stars and while you enjoy the warmth of the fire pit. The roofed bar is a fabulous spot to take in the wonderfully scenic surroundings.

Aberdaron Abode enjoys a lovely secluded location less than four miles from Aberdaron. There are two great pub restaurants in the village with others such as the Ship in Edern and the Lion in Tudweiliog nearby. Aberdaron is Land’s End at its most idyllic. This historic fishing village was the last stop for pilgrims on the way to Ynys Enlli, Bardsey Island, the ‘Isle of 20000 Saints’ which is a National Nature Reserve famous for its birdlife. Boat trips go from nearby Porth Neudwy to the wildlife haven. You can visit the National Trust’s new Porth y Swnt centre for an insight into the peninsula’s special landscapes, seascapes and rich cultural heritage. You will be blown away by the breathtaking coastal views from the Mynydd Mawr headland. There is plenty to explore from Aberdaron including sea caves, rock pools and the coast path. Windsurfing, sailing and kayaking are all popular. Aberdaron is sprinkled with cosy cafes, restaurants and boasts an impressive sailing club. The village hosts an annual sailing regatta and its coastal heritage is celebrated at the popular Llyn Coastal Festival.

There are is a wonderful network of footpaths and coastal walks to take, blissful beaches and the majestic Snowdonian mountains are not too far away. Abersoch is a gorgeous seaside resort with sailing and watersports. It boasts fine beaches, a lovely sheltered harbour, a buzzy bistro life and good attractions including pony trekking, boat trips and a delightful craft centre.

Llanbedrog is a lovely seaside village with an Instagram worthy line of colourful beach huts and a superb beach. You will discover Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw, a wonderful arts centre and gallery and need be camera ready at Porthdinllaen, the much photographed coastal hamlet brimming with quaint houses above a stunning half moon of golden sand. The village and beach are owned by the National Trust and access is by foot only. Next to Porthdinllaen on the north coast you will find Nefyn with its maritime museum, pretty harbour and a sweeping crescent of sand. Its headland golf course is incredible, not for the faint hearted. If you want to head inland, Llithfaen is a quaint village set in a fascinating landscape. On Yr Eifl mountains you will find Tre’r Ceiri, an astonishingly well-preserved prehistoric village which was occupied until about two thousand years ago. Nearby is the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre, Nant Gwrtheyrn.

The peninsula’s capital Pwllheli is a very busy seaside resort and busy market town. It boasts a popular sailing and watersports centre, a fantastic marina, art galleries and fantastic shops and restaurants.

Other popular attractions and activities are fishing, horse riding, golf and Glasfryn Parc where you can enjoy go-karting, ten-pin bowling, archery and other activities. Plas Glyn-y-Weddw is a magnificent manor house with galleries, beautiful gardens and a lovely tea room with sea views. Within fifteen miles, you can enjoy horse rides and treks at Pen Llyn Stud and Riding Centre, the Llanbedrog Riding Stables and the Cilan Riding Centre at Abersoch. Golf can be played at the Nefyn and District Golf Club, the Abersoch Golf Club and the Llyn Golf Centre and Pen-y-Berth.

Abersoch Country House 12

Abersoch, Gwynedd, Wales

Abersoch Country House From £2686 Availability

A breathtakingly beautiful home nestled among the picturesque scenery of a 28-acre private estate, Abersoch Country House is a magnificent home with equally majestic views of Snowdonia on the horizon!

With all the charm of a traditional Welsh country home and the comfort of a contemporary villa, these interiors offer spectacular style and boundless homeliness simultaneously. This is nowhere more obvious than in your not one but two living rooms, the first with huge open access to the garden and soft yellow walls, the second more rustic, with an exposed stone fireplace with a wood burner. The kitchen, meanwhile, is more rustic still, with slate floors and a beamed ceiling framing a superbly spacious room within, with a Rayburn, a large pantry and utility room and even two dishwashers so you can spend more time doing the things that matter. Cook up a storm and then wolf it down in this wondrous Orangery, with walls of windows and French doors welcoming in the sunlight and providing satisfying views out across the garden. 

There are four sumptuous double bedrooms, and a superb family room with a king-size bed and set of bunk beds! All ooze elegance and sophistication, as well as a delightful touch of nature, and each is fitted with only the finest furniture and elegant decor, including a spectacular array of antique furnishings. And all five are blessed with breath-taking views out across the sublime countryside of the Llyn Peninsula or your beautiful garden. The master suite enjoys a dazzling ensuite bathroom, while two more sublime bathrooms are shared across the remaining rooms upstairs, with a further cloakroom on the ground floor.

To really enjoy the fresh air and tranquillity of this location, head out into your incredible garden! First, head to the stone patio, positioned to enjoy the sun for the whole day long, with a luxurious hot tub right beside the Orangery. Fire up the barbecue and settle in outdoors, as you admire these countryside and mountain views from the array of garden furniture! You’ll even find a separate barn across the courtyard with table tennis, a pool table and a big sofa in one corner, making this an ideal spot for a big family or large group of friends to spend a little time! And what’s more, Abersoch beach is just on the doorstep, so guests of all ages can enjoy a seaside outing!

Just a stone’s throw from the house is the popular seaside resort of Abersoch, offering visitors tons of water sports including sailing, as well as spectacular, scenic beaches and a plentiful supply of cafes and attractions. Take the kids pony trekking or venture out on the seas in a fun-filled boat trip. Or for something with slightly less adrenaline, enjoy a little art and crafts, or simply build sandcastles on the beach. If you time your trip right, in August you might get to enjoy the annual Abersoch Regatta!

The Llŷn Peninsula itself is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and as soon as you arrive you’ll see why. The Irish sea to one side and the stunning Cardigan Bay to the other provides miles and miles of beautiful beaches - while the craggy peaks of Snowdonia in the distance promises breath-taking views while you paddle or dip in the sea. Whether you’re into walking or wildlife or whiling away the hours on the water, you’re bound to find something for you in the area.

The Wales Coast Path runs the entire 84-mile coast of the  Llŷn Peninsula, taking in the peaceful coves, dramatic cliffs, sandy, windswept beaches and historic forts along the way. Right at the tip ‘Snowdon’s arm’, this rugged stretch of land branching out across the Irish Sea, is the fishing village of Aberdaron - passed through by the thousands of pilgrims who made their way to Ynys Enlli, the ‘Isle of 20,000 Saints’ each year, now known as the National Nature Reserve of Bardsey Island.

Wales is a small, mountainous peninsula to the west of England with just over 3 million people, yet more than 400 castles! With over 15 million visitors a year, there’s got to be something special that brings visitors back time after time! Could it be the breath-taking scenery? The dazzling gardens? The easy-going and welcoming folk? Or even the heritage railways that never cease to pique one’s interest?

Abersoch House 14

Abersoch, Gwynedd, Wales

Abersoch House From £2411 Availability

An incredibly sociable and spacious home, Abersoch House strikes the perfect balance between contemporary sophistication and homely comfort.

This is the dream home for relaxation and rejuvenation, with countless casual seating areas including a snug and a dedicated TV room with huge leather sofas. The main living room is divided in two by the fabulous brick fireplace frame, with sofas either side of it. Your magnificent dining table sits to one side of this, and alongside this is your breath-taking kitchen! Absolutely enormous, it is equipped with everything you could wish for and more to rustle up everything from a light snack to a hearty meal!

As in the rest of the home, the colours are subtle and understated, creating a delightfully modern and luxurious feel. Half of the walls in this open-plan space are occupied by huge sets of French doors, flooding the room with warmth and light and delivering you straight to the fabulous garden! And when it’s time for some rest, head up the staircase that encircles the hallway to find the first of the bedrooms.

There are six bedrooms in total, each utterly stunning and designed for maximum comfort, including wall-mounted TVs in all of them. The design echoes the living spaces, including muted greys, pale blues and glints of gold and silver. The master suite features balcony access, as well as an incredible oversized bathtub. There are five double rooms and a delightful children’s room with built-in bunk beds.

There are also five bathrooms in total, all sleek and sophisticated and elegant and a total joy to use. Three of the rooms enjoy a private ensuite bathroom, and there’s a fabulous family bathroom too. On the top floor, two armchairs set in the eaves look out over the quaint countryside, and you’ll also find a snug with an Xbox on this floor!

And finally, the jewel in the crown of this stunning property is undoubtedly the incredibly social and spacious terrace! Dine alfresco at the enormous dining area before retreating to the relaxed seating area to kick start an unforgettable evening of fresh air and contentment as you watch the sunset and admire the stars in these dark skies!

Within walking distance, you’ll find the quaint village of Abersoch where you can enjoy a tipple or a fine meal, while you’re just half an hour from Porthmadog, the gateway to Snowdonia National Park! The Lleyn Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, an utterly wild haven for surfers and adventurers and brimming with culture and heritage!

In this region of Wales, you’ll find its first national park: the Snowdonia National Park. 823 square miles of towering mountains and shimmering lakes, it can be seen as far away as Porthmadog on the west coast! Snowdon itself is an icon of Wales, alongside 13 other majestic peaks over 3,000 feet high, ideal for climbing and hiking! But if you’re not as fit as you used to be, worry not – the chilly peak of Snowdon is even accessible by train, so you can enjoy the breath-taking views whatever your level!

Wales is a small, mountainous peninsula to the west of England with just over 3 million people (less than a third of London!), yet more than 400 castles and three expansive national parks! With over 15 million visitors a year, there’s got to be something special that brings visitors back time after time!

Could it be the breath-taking scenery? The dazzling gardens? The easy-going and welcoming folk? Or even the heritage railways that never cease to pique one’s interest?

Our personal favourites are the three national parks: the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Snowdonia National Park and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Whether you’re into hill-walking, hiking, canoeing, mountain biking, kayaking or climbing, or the rather more adventurous surfing, hang-gliding or even a go on the only four-person zip line in Europe, you’ll find your perfect spot amid the extraordinary natural landscapes of Wales’ most treasured parks.

With water to the north, south and east, Wales has rather more than its fair share of dramatic coastline, making for not only incredible scenery but also a superb beach holiday destination! The Pembrokeshire Peninsula which looks out over the Irish Sea promises rugged and steep limestone cliffs best enjoyed from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail. Along the way you will find enchanting villages, picturesque resort areas, idyllic fishing harbours, winding estuaries, and incredible, wide-open beaches

The Wales Coast Path traces the country's entire length, taking in perfect sandcastle-beaches and striking mountain passes weaving through the wilderness. The immense geological diversity can be enjoyed along with the extensive network of paths, while for some jaw-dropping architectural beauty, Caernarfon Castle and Caerphilly Castle are just two of the many sublime castles. While the utterly cosmopolitan Cardiff is brimming with splendid castles, arcades, and historical buildings, making it the perfect base for exploring the rest of the country!

Only two hours from London, getting into Wales is easy! Cardiff Airport, or one of the London airports when visiting South Wales. Other cities served by international airports in England which offer reasonable access to parts of Wales include Bristol (for south Wales), Birmingham (for mid-Wales), Liverpool and Manchester (for north Wales). Along the coastlines the roads are excellent, and there is an extensive train service throughout the country.

Abersoch House 14

Abersoch, Gwynedd, Wales

Abersoch House From £2411 Availability

An incredibly sociable and spacious home, Abersoch House strikes the perfect balance between contemporary sophistication and homely comfort.

This is the dream home for relaxation and rejuvenation, with countless casual seating areas including a snug and a dedicated TV room with huge leather sofas. The main living room is divided in two by the fabulous brick fireplace frame, with sofas either side of it. Your magnificent dining table sits to one side of this, and alongside this is your breath-taking kitchen! Absolutely enormous, it is equipped with everything you could wish for and more to rustle up everything from a light snack to a hearty meal!

As in the rest of the home, the colours are subtle and understated, creating a delightfully modern and luxurious feel. Half of the walls in this open-plan space are occupied by huge sets of French doors, flooding the room with warmth and light and delivering you straight to the fabulous garden! And when it’s time for some rest, head up the staircase that encircles the hallway to find the first of the bedrooms.

There are six bedrooms in total, each utterly stunning and designed for maximum comfort, including wall-mounted TVs in all of them. The design echoes the living spaces, including muted greys, pale blues and glints of gold and silver. The master suite features balcony access, as well as an incredible oversized bathtub. There are five double rooms and a delightful children’s room with built-in bunk beds.

There are also five bathrooms in total, all sleek and sophisticated and elegant and a total joy to use. Three of the rooms enjoy a private ensuite bathroom, and there’s a fabulous family bathroom too. On the top floor, two armchairs set in the eaves look out over the quaint countryside, and you’ll also find a snug with an Xbox on this floor!

And finally, the jewel in the crown of this stunning property is undoubtedly the incredibly social and spacious terrace! Dine alfresco at the enormous dining area before retreating to the relaxed seating area to kick start an unforgettable evening of fresh air and contentment as you watch the sunset and admire the stars in these dark skies!

Within walking distance, you’ll find the quaint village of Abersoch where you can enjoy a tipple or a fine meal, while you’re just half an hour from Porthmadog, the gateway to Snowdonia National Park! The Lleyn Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, an utterly wild haven for surfers and adventurers and brimming with culture and heritage!

In this region of Wales, you’ll find its first national park: the Snowdonia National Park. 823 square miles of towering mountains and shimmering lakes, it can be seen as far away as Porthmadog on the west coast! Snowdon itself is an icon of Wales, alongside 13 other majestic peaks over 3,000 feet high, ideal for climbing and hiking! But if you’re not as fit as you used to be, worry not – the chilly peak of Snowdon is even accessible by train, so you can enjoy the breath-taking views whatever your level!

Wales is a small, mountainous peninsula to the west of England with just over 3 million people (less than a third of London!), yet more than 400 castles and three expansive national parks! With over 15 million visitors a year, there’s got to be something special that brings visitors back time after time!

Could it be the breath-taking scenery? The dazzling gardens? The easy-going and welcoming folk? Or even the heritage railways that never cease to pique one’s interest?

Our personal favourites are the three national parks: the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Snowdonia National Park and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Whether you’re into hill-walking, hiking, canoeing, mountain biking, kayaking or climbing, or the rather more adventurous surfing, hang-gliding or even a go on the only four-person zip line in Europe, you’ll find your perfect spot amid the extraordinary natural landscapes of Wales’ most treasured parks.

With water to the north, south and east, Wales has rather more than its fair share of dramatic coastline, making for not only incredible scenery but also a superb beach holiday destination! The Pembrokeshire Peninsula which looks out over the Irish Sea promises rugged and steep limestone cliffs best enjoyed from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail. Along the way you will find enchanting villages, picturesque resort areas, idyllic fishing harbours, winding estuaries, and incredible, wide-open beaches

The Wales Coast Path traces the country's entire length, taking in perfect sandcastle-beaches and striking mountain passes weaving through the wilderness. The immense geological diversity can be enjoyed along with the extensive network of paths, while for some jaw-dropping architectural beauty, Caernarfon Castle and Caerphilly Castle are just two of the many sublime castles. While the utterly cosmopolitan Cardiff is brimming with splendid castles, arcades, and historical buildings, making it the perfect base for exploring the rest of the country!

Only two hours from London, getting into Wales is easy! Cardiff Airport, or one of the London airports when visiting South Wales. Other cities served by international airports in England which offer reasonable access to parts of Wales include Bristol (for south Wales), Birmingham (for mid-Wales), Liverpool and Manchester (for north Wales). Along the coastlines the roads are excellent, and there is an extensive train service throughout the country.

Alpine Lodge 4

Rhyd-y-foel, Gwynedd, Wales

Alpine Lodge From £352 Availability

Set in its own grounds on the outskirts of rural Rhyd-y-Foel, this charming property is just a mile from the stunning Welsh coastline and is within easy driving distance of from both Abergele and Colwyn Bay. This lovely cottage offers traditional home-from-home style accommodation and includes a well-equipped kitchen, a lovely sitting area with flame-effect fire. There is also a large veranda to the front of the cottage offering great views across rolling fields and local woodland, making this an ideal spot for walkers and nature enthusiasts. With the Clwydian Hill Range, the Great Orme and the Victorian town of Llandudno close by, there is plenty to do in the local area.

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