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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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Upper snowdon white lodge. 6

Caeathro, Gwynedd, Wales

Upper snowdon white lodge. From £980 Availability

Glan Gwna holiday park is set in 120 acres of landscaped woodland in a central location on the coast of Wales and is ideal for access to all Snowdon has to offer. It is 1 mile from the royal town of Caernarfon town centre where you will find shops and restaurants bars and a beautiful Castle. The chalet is in a beautiful location on the park with lovely views. Inside the chalet you will find a lounge with comfortable furniture. The sofa turns into a double bed. There are two bedrooms, 1 double bedroom with wardrobe and small bedside cabinet, plus a chest of drawers. Bedroom 2 has full size single bunk beds including a chest of drawers. The kitchen area has fully fitted units with full size cooker, microwave, toaster, kettle, dishwasher and fridge freezer. There is a dining area with small table and chairs. The Bathroom is modern with shower unit, wash basin and wc.
There is plenty of outside space for BBQ etc. The property is in a quiet and private setting and not overlooked at the rear. The lodge is disabled friendly with no steps and parking is available directly outside.
There is 4g WiFi with good connection inside the chalet.

A bit of information about the facilities on the park; Glan Gwna has a seasonably heated outdoor pool and a club which serves bar meals and snacks which are reasonably priced and there is a well stocked shop next to a cafe which serves breakfast, lunch, tea and snacks. There is also a children's play area. You can fish in the lake on the park (subject to a charge and a permit which you have to obtain from the reception area).
There is a club house with evening entertainment.
Im sure you will enjoy your stay and make many happy memories.

Located in Caernarfon, this chalet is in a rural area and by the sea. Bryn Celli Ddu Burial Chamber and Marquess of Anglesey's Column are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Eryri National Park and Padarn Country Park. Traveling with kids? Consider Redline Indoor Karting and GreenWood Forest Park. Discover the area's water adventures with jet skiing and sailing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with mountain biking and horse riding. Guests love the chalet's quiet location.

W29 Aberafon, Nefyn in the beautiful Pwllheli 6

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

W29 Aberafon, Nefyn in the beautiful Pwllheli From £777 Availability

Contemporary coastal chic lodge in a great location on the family friendly Aberafon Holiday Park in Nefyn. Lovely sea views, access to the beach, an on site play area, access to the luxury leisure facilities at The Warren in Abersoch, at extra cost, make this a great seaside escape for all the family.

Size: Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms (Families only)

Nearest Shop: 0.8 mile

Nearest Pub: 0.6 mile

Coast: 0.1 mile

Pets: No pets permitted

Short Breaks: Available outside of Whit and Peak Summer Weeks

Smoking: No smoking inside

Rooms: Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area, double bedroom, two twin bedrooms and a family shower room and cloakroom, all on the ground floor

Beds: 1 double, 4 single beds

Luxuries: on site WiFi

General: Electricity and heating included

Utilities: Integrated oven, grill and 4 ring gas hob, integrated fridge/freezer, microwave, launderette available on site

Standard: Kettle, toaster

Other: Bed linen and towels provided

Outdoors: Enclosed decking with contemporary outdoor furniture

Parking: Two private parking spaces

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 Llŷn and Nefyn Beach, while Oriel Tonnau and Plas Glyn y Weddw are cultural highlights.

W5 Tal Y Fan in the beautiful Pwllheli 6

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

W5 Tal Y Fan in the beautiful Pwllheli From £966 Availability

Contemporary lodge on the exclusive family friendly Tal y Fan Holiday Park, featuring a sunny decked area and temporary membership to Haulfryn Leisure Club at The Warren. The living area features an open plan design that allows for a light feel and the well-equipped kitchen has everything you'll need for your stay. The compact bedrooms have over-bed storage and the dining area extends to seat all 6 guests. The on-site facilities at the Haulfryn Leisure club include outdoor swimming pools and flume, pool bar and cafe, gym, spa, multipurpose sports hall, outdoor tennis courts and children's playground.

From the Tal y Fan site you can also explore the networks of paths lined by pine trees and heather on Llanbedrog headland, whilst admiring the far-reaching sea views and local wildlife. The stunning sandy shores of Quarry Beach are just a few minutes' walk from the chalet, accessed via The Warren site. The centre of Abersoch's fashionable seaside resort is around 2 miles from your doorstep and boasts a number of local attractions, from boat trips to St Tudwal's Islands and an 18-hole golf course to boutique stores and restaurants.

- Size: Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms.
- Beds: 1 Double, 2 singles, 2 small (2ft 6) singles.
- Rooms: Ground floor: Open plan kitchen/living area, double bedroom with ensuite shower room, twin bedroom, shower room and twin bedroom with small single beds.
- Kitchen and utilities: Well-equipped kitchen with oven, hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, coffee machine and extendable dining table with seating for up to 6 people. External storage unit with washing machine and tumble dryer.
- Entertainment: WiFi, TV in living area and double bedroom. Access to facilities at Haulfryn Leisure Club at The Warren.
- For families: Travel cot and high chair available on request. Please bring your own cot linen.
- Outside: Large end plot in cul de sac with garden at rear. Side garden with rotary washing line. Shed for storage .Barbecue area with gas BBQ and dining table to seat 6 (extra chairs available). Decked area at front with rattan sofa and sun loungers.
- General: Central heating and electricity included. Bed linen, towels and 2 hairdryers provided. Welcome pack on arrival includes tea, coffee, milk and sugar.
- Pets: Sorry, no pets permitted at this property.
- No smoking inside the cottage.
- Parking: Private off-road parking for up to 2 cars with extra room on grass for 1 additional car
- 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
- Important: The use of motorised devices including, but not limited to, powered scooters, carts, buggies, mopeds, yachts, flying machines and Segways are not permitted on the Park with the exception of disability equipment. Other vehicles are not allowed on any beach or adjoining land unless authorised by the Park Owner or Local Authority; local conditions may apply. Bicycles must be ridden in a safe and considerate manner. Guests staying on park may not bring jet-skis and boats due to council restrictions and regulations.

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.

Wheelchair-adapted Silver Birch 4

Beddgelert, Gwynedd, Wales

Wheelchair-adapted Silver Birch From £420 Availability

After a day spent scaling mountains and exploring castles, return to the forest and sink into your hot tub and relax before getting cosy in your cabin and watching the stars come out through floor to ceiling windows. With cabins that welcome pets, Beddgelert Snowdonia is ideal for a dog-friendly break in Wales and has one, two and three-bedroom cabins, making it perfect for couples, groups and family holidays in Wales.

Enjoy a cabin with hot tub in Wales that’s perfectly located for a peaceful break, surrounded by picturesque mountains and tumbling rivers, close to all the exciting attractions that this wonderful country has to offer. Our Wales accommodation at Beddgelert includes cosy cabins for couples, spacious well-appointed lodges for families and groups, and accommodation that is designed for wheelchair users. Every one of our lodges in Wales has a private outdoor hot tub, and you can bring your four-legged friends too, to enjoy a pet-friendly holiday in Wales.

Whistling Sands Cottage 4

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

Whistling Sands Cottage From £890 Availability

You would be forgiven for thinking you are staying in a boutique hotel when you stay at the beautiful Whistling Sands Cottage. Brimming with special touches that define luxury, this magical, beautifully presented barn will definitely send you home with heavenly holiday memories. With two blissful bedrooms, gorgeous, cavernous living space and stunning views, Whistling Sands Cottage is the perfect abode for a spot of switch off. Without a doubt you will relish in the barn’s beauty where there is character and charm in abundance together with tasteful, sumptuous furnishings throughout. You will be thinking how you can create this perfect picture back home.

Whistling Sands Cottage enjoys a fabulous location at the far end of the wonderfully scenic Llyn Peninsula. Rugged cliffs, secret sandy coves, and collages of blue where the big skies meet the sea all offer a world of nature. The Llyn Peninsula is known as ‘Snowdon’s arm’, a wildly beautiful peninsula with a rich culture and heritage, traditional farmsteads, little ports, stunning beaches, and dramatic sea cliffs. Little wonder that this magnificent coast is a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The National Trust’s Whistling Sands, otherwise known as Porthoer Beach, is less than one and half miles from the cottage and the glorious Wales Coast Path is within a mile. The picturesque seaside village of Aberdaron is only three and a half miles away, while Morfa Nefyn is ten and the wonderful Abersoch is eleven miles away. The lovely Aberdaron enjoys charming pubs, restaurants, and shops. Within very easy reach is the sacred Bardsey Island.

Whistling Sands Cottage offers the perfect luxury getaway for four guests and one furry friend. Sprinkled with original features and plenty of windows to let in the sparkling Welsh light, you will be mesmerised by the main living room. With a high vaulted ceiling, elegant lofty beams, and the odd splash of stone to remind you of the barn’s history, you will relax with stylish, modern furnishings and natural colour palettes. A modern wood burning stove sits in the corner of the room offering a crackling atmosphere while the two comfy sofas offer a warm welcome. You can glide across the natural wood floor with its underfloor heating to the stylish kitchen which comes with all mod cons, a beautiful ceiling and a charming country dining table and chairs. You will notice vivid colour splashes and floral hints, all adding to the inviting ambience.

The cottage boasts two boutique hotel style bedrooms with gorgeous fabrics and the crispest of cottons on the beds. The master offers a lavish king-size bed, gorgeous views and a sleek, ultra-modern bathroom in stone, ceramic, and chrome where you can relax and sooth your soul. A wall-mounted television makes for long lazy lie-ins in this luxurious nest. The second bedroom offers gorgeous twin beds with an eye-catching feature headboard. Again, the room features luxury soft furnishings, a television for your entertainment and a gorgeous ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower. The property is surrounded by a giant patio and a lush lawn where you can enjoy the Welsh sunshine.

Whistling Sands Cottage enjoys an idyllic location at the far end of the glorious Llyn Peninsula. It sits within a mile of the Wales Coast Path, within one and a half miles of the sensational Whistling Sands Beach where the sand really does whistle and within a short drive of Abedaron. The National Trust beach enjoys a beach side cafe and wonderful sand.

Lovers of the outdoors will adore this wonderful location on the Llyn Peninsula. The coast is a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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.

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.

Another lovely seaside village is Llanbedrog. It has an Instagram worthy photogenic line of colourful beach huts and a superb beach. You will also find Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw, a wonderful arts centre and gallery. You also need be camera ready at Porthdinllaen, the much-photographed coastal hamlet brimming with quaint houses above a stunning half-moon of golden sand. There is a lovely characterful waterfront pub. 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.

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.

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 2000 years ago. Nearby is the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre, Nant Gwrtheyrn.

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 tearoom 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.

Whistling Sands Getaway 2

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

Whistling Sands Getaway From £783 Availability

A blissful respite away from a busy world, Whistling Sands Getaway is a sumptuous cottage for two, perfect for couples seeking a holiday of romance and adventure. With one bedroom, the villa offers a sequence of indoor and outdoor living spaces suitable for two guests. From lazy mornings in bed with a cup of tea, to afternoons on the nearby hidden beach; this is the best place to enjoy the natural beauty of the Llyn Peninsula in Wales.

Whistling Sands Getaway is located near a hidden, sandy beach and the Wales Coast Path, with the picturesque seaside village of Aberdaron just over three miles away at the tip of the peninsula. Whether it’s a romantic break away, a honeymoon or an engagement, this idyllic setting provides the perfect backdrop.  

The house itself blends charm and character with sumptuous features, creating an atmosphere of complete calm. All on one floor, the living areas are defined by characterful beamed ceilings and the cosy, naturing aesthetic of the wood burning fire. Open plan, the living space feels bright and airy, with a squishy sofa and armchair poised in front of a quirky TV cabinet. Countryside views stretch out from the adjacent patio doors, connecting the indoors and outdoors. The kitchen is modern and stylish, fully equipped for all your cookery needs, with a charming dining space perfect for dinner for two!

The bedroom boasts a large four-poster bed, with a beautiful free-standing bath on an elevated platform in the corner. Furnished with a cosy chair, wall-mounted TV and plenty of storage, you can enjoy time together in this relaxing space. Equipped with all the modern comforts you may need; you can make yourself at home in this beautiful space. The large en-suite bathroom offers the same modern detailing and charming aesthetics as the rest of the cottage.

Stepping outside is like walking into holiday mode. An elevated patio stretches between the indoor living areas, with outdoor furniture and a barbecue so you can live amongst the tranquil countryside views. The local area is bursting with fantastic facilities and restaurants to make your stay truly special, so you can create holiday memories that will last a lifetime.

Whistling Sands Getaway is one of three beautiful cottages within an impressive barn conversion on the Llyn Peninsula. Whilst the cottages are all nearby, each offers its own sense of privacy and tranquillity, perfect for couples to enjoy some time away together. Boasting its own enviable countryside views and a private patio, we cannot think of a better getaway in Wales!

From the cottage you can follow the Wales Coastal Path to the west, discovering Porthoer (Whistling Sands), a National Trust beach where the sand does actually whistle when the conditions are right. With a small beach-side café, this is one of the most charming beaches in the area, perfect for an afternoon’s escape.

Two miles further along the coast, you will find the beautiful seaside village of Aberdaron, on the western tip of the Llyn Peninsula, well worth visiting during your stay. Aberdaron has all the amenities you could need to make your stay comfortable, with two pubs/restaurants, two cafes, a bakery, tea room, ice cream shop, fish and chip shop and a small Spar supermarket.

A little further afield, yet still easily reached within a short drive are Abersoch and Pwllheli, both beautiful seaside towns that are perfect for romantic meals, walks and beach days! Renowned for their blue flag beaches and water sports, these pretty shores are popular among families and couples alike.

The charms and quirks of the Ilyn Peninsula are impossible to resist. This remarkable part of the world is renowned for its beaches and the Welsh language and way of life that still flourishes here. The remarkable mountains of Snowdonia are within a short drive as well, perfect for any budding hikers or to take the train ride up the mountain for those less able to walk.

With so much to do in the area, the only trouble is fitting it all in! There are numerous activities in the area including fishing, horse-riding, golf and Glasfryn Parc where you can enjoy go-karting, ten-pin bowling, archery and much more! Whether you are looking for a romantic break away, or an active adventure holiday, there is something for everyone!

Whistling Sands Place 4

Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales

Whistling Sands Place From £948 Availability

The stunning Whistling Sands Place is a gorgeous getaway for two couples or families wanting to explore the spectacular Llyn Peninsula. Set in idyllic surroundings, less than one mile from the Southwest Coast Path and only one and a half miles from one of the peninsula’s most amazing beaches, you will remember your holiday to Whistling Sands Place for a very long time. Most visitors want to return! This luxurious holiday home has been designed brilliantly with soaring beams and exposed stonework sitting beside state-of-the-art fittings. The variety of materials used at Whistling Sands Place is just magical.

Whistling Sands Place enjoys a fabulous location at the far end of the wonderfully scenic Llyn Peninsula. Rugged cliffs, secret sandy coves, and collages of blue where the big skies meet the sea all offer a world of nature. The Llyn Peninsula is known as ‘Snowdon’s arm’, a wildly beautiful peninsula with a rich culture and heritage, traditional farmsteads, little ports, stunning beaches, and dramatic sea cliffs. Little wonder that this magnificent coast is a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The National Trust’s Whistling Sands, otherwise known as Porthoer Beach, is less than one and half miles from the cottage and the glorious Wales Coast Path is within a mile. The picturesque seaside village of Aberdaron is only three and a half miles away, while Morfa Nefyn is ten and the wonderful Abersoch is eleven miles away. The lovely Aberdaron enjoys charming pubs, restaurants, and shops. Within very easy reach is the sacred Bardsey Island.

This dreamy pad is a haven for hunkering down and spending precious time together with the peninsula’s revered wildernesses on the doorstep. The property is enveloped by an immaculate garden and terrace where you can enjoy a tipple or two as you bask in the golden hour sun.

The stunning open plan living space enjoys a double height aspect in part with lofty beams rising high above you together with exposed stonework. A sumptuously stylish corner sofa arrangement sits under a stunning mezzanine area together with a trendy accent chair and a television mounted on tasteful panelling. On the other side of the room is a super cool contemporary kitchen with outstanding appliances, a sociable island, and your dining area. The country kitchen table and the island have received a striking makeover with splashes of blue paint, complementing the gorgeous grey toned floor tiles, the natural toned kitchen, and the mellow stone walls. This spectacular room is flooded in Welsh sunlight which streams through the doors and windows. These also offer wonderful countryside views. You will be lovely and warm with the underfloor heating keeping your toes toasty. A staircase takes you to the attractive mezzanine where the beams soar above, adding a cathedral air to the charming space. This is a gorgeous gallery room that overlooks the kitchen, an inspiring setting with sea views and the perfect place to disappear to with a glass of wine and your holiday book.

One of the bedrooms is located on the ground floor, an absolute stunner with a lavish kingsize bed, adorned with luxury linens and beautiful throws and scatter cushions. The room enjoys a wall-mounted television for lazy lie-ins. This is set within a super cool, industrial style open wardrobe system. The ensuite bathroom features a curved bath and overhead shower. Both bathrooms are totally dreamy with gorgeous tiles and the very best fittings.

The gallery leads to the second bedroom upstairs. This is also stunning with a beautifully dressed kingsize bed, a wall-mounted television, countryside, and sea views and an immaculate ensuite with a large walk-in shower.

Outside you will enjoy a large, enclosed patio and garden with outdoor furniture so that you can enjoy the sunshine, the views, and the stars. A barbecue will be available on request. If you are thinking of sharing your holiday with friends or additional family, we also feature the beautiful Whistling Sands Barn in the same location so you could book both! It also sleeps four guests and is equally stunning.

Whistling Sands Place enjoys an idyllic location at the far end of the glorious Llyn Peninsula. It sits within a mile of the Wales Coast Path, within one and a half miles of the sensational Whistling Sands Beach where the sand really does whistle and within a short drive of Abedaron. The National Trust beach enjoys a beach side cafe and wonderful sand.
Lovers of the outdoors will adore this wonderful location on the Llyn Peninsula. The coast is a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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.

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.

Another lovely seaside village is Llanbedrog. It has an Instagram worthy photogenic line of colourful beach huts and a superb beach. You will also find Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw, a wonderful arts centre and gallery. You also need be camera ready at Porthdinllaen, the much-photographed coastal hamlet brimming with quaint houses above a stunning half-moon of golden sand. There is a lovely characterful waterfront pub. 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.

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.

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 2000 years ago. Nearby is the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre, Nant Gwrtheyrn.

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 tearoom 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.

Woodbank Lodge 2

Llanfechell, Gwynedd, Wales

Woodbank Lodge From £342 Availability

This studio-style lodge has a double bed, a kitchen area with electric oven, hob and grill, microwave, and fridge, and a sitting area for two guests with a Smart TV, along with a shower room. Outside, there is a front garden with hot tub, furniture and barbecue, and ample off-road parking. Within 1.8 miles, there is a shop and pub. WiFi, fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. Please note, this is a pet-free and non-smoking property. No children allowed. Woodbank Lodge is a stylish, romantic base for two to explore the beautiful sights of Anglesey.

Y Berllan 4

Bodorgan, Gwynedd, Wales

Y Berllan From £303 Availability

Cosy, romantic chalet in lush green countryside overlooking an orchard. Peaceful location on Anglesey. WiFi, TV. Amenities an 8 minute drive away.

Y Bwthyn Plas Panteidal. 6

Aberdovey, Gwynedd, Wales

Y Bwthyn Plas Panteidal. From £455 Availability

The company that owned Plas Panteidal did not maintain it. It has now been taken over by new site owners who have a program of improvement and already the roads are greatly improved as is the electricity. The water is also improved but is subject to ongoing work.
Set in the beautiful foot hills of Snowdonia, within the wooded park of Plas Panteidal, nestles the delightful Y Bwthyn holiday chalet.
The chalet park is on the banks of the river Dyfi and only a few miles from the picturesque village of Aberdovey, with its beaches and aquatic sports activity.
The chalet makes an ideal base to explore the area and enjoy the many activities and walks that abound.
The site is located at the foot of the lovely Cader Idris Mountain range on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park and near the resorts and beauty spots of Cardigan Bay. The beautiful harbour village of Aberdovey with its' renowned mild climate, sandy beaches, sailing and championship golf course is about 3 miles away. There are many out door opportunities close – sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, yachting, rock climbing, abseiling, hill
walking, pony trekking, sea fishing and more. The chalet park is set in 40 acres of steeply rising woodside overlooking the scenic splendour of the Dovey Estuary.A delightful wooden chalet at Plas Panteidal on the edge of Snowdonia near Aberdovey. The chalet is set in woodland but has partial views of the Dovey Estuary.
Dogs are welcome by arrangement at a slight extra cost.
The chalet is recently decorated and insulated and has an air conditioner and de-humidifier.
It is three bedrooms sleeping six which comprises one with a double bed and two with two single beds each.
There is free parking next to the chalet and additional parking nearby.The chalet is close to the picturesque village of Aberdovey and there are numerous sporting activities nearby.
From the site there are stunning views of the Estuary and the Mountains.
It is in the grounds of the old palace of the Bishop of Bangor and close to places associated with Arthurian legend and local Fables.
Bookings are normally from the Saturday until the following Saturday and the weekly price varies from £200 per week to £450 per week in the high season.
To avoid light pollution the site is unlit so torches are advised.
Please note the water is supplied from an onsite spring and boiled or bottled water should be used for cooking and teeth washing etc.

This chalet is located by the sea and in an area with great shopping. Aberdovey Golf Club and Tan y Coed are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those looking for area attractions can visit Coastriders Kitesurfing and Corris Craft Centre. King Arthur's Labyrinth and Penrhyn Amusement Arcade are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with scuba diving and windsurfing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with hiking and ecotours.

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