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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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Bala, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £711 Availability

Romantic and idyllic couples retreat with hot tub set in the perfect place to unwind and explore dramatic countryside, historic towns and pretty villages in Snowdonia National Park and North Wales. Close to Bala boasting Wales s largest natural lake, narrow gauge railway, National White Water Centre and a range of shops and eateries. Betws y Coed is full of outdoor activities and craft shops, galleries and pubs alongside the historic bridges, river pools, waterfalls and hill top lakes. Enjoy walking, climbing, sailing, kayaking and fishing in spectacular scenery. Visit historic towns Ruthin and Denbigh, have a day trip to the beach at Barmouth or take the challenges of GYG Karting, Snowdonia s Cader Idris, the Zip World Caverns and Surf Snowdonia. This really is an all year round destination. This former dairy oozes character with beamed ceilings, cosy wood burner, a myriad of stylishly furnished rooms, interesting artworks around every corner and stunning rural views. The impressive entrance hall has oodles of space to hang your coats and leave your boots. Walking back through the hall you will find the large bathroom with a walk in shower, free standing bath and WC, as well as a spacious double bedroom with plenty of storage and lots of natural light. The open plan lounge/kitchen/diner is bright and spacious with French doors opening on to the patio area with wonderful views over grounds towards the mountain range. Relax on the comfy leather sofas, plan your holiday adventures or maybe light the ready laid wood burner and watch TV or a DVD. If you decide to eat in the well equipped kitchen area, with breakfast bar, you'll find all you need to prepare a meal with the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, Dolce Gusto coffee machine, dishwasher and washing machine, alongside all the thoughtful little extras creating a lovely space to cook in. Wander through to the library stairwell, settle down with a good book or listen to the radio. Dressing gowns and towels are also provided for the hot tub. Up the private drive, past the owners home the property nestles on the gravelled courtyard with superb countryside views. Enjoy alfresco dining on the patio area with table, chairs, charcoal BBQ and lovely views over the standing stones and beyond. There are also a number of shared places to sit and relax in the nine acres of grounds, maybe picnic on the lawn or by the standing stones or head to the shade of the trees. If you are bringing your bike there is a lockable store and outside tap with hose available. Plenty of outside space for your canoe or kayak's. The shared, spacious, vaulted ceiling games barn is also accessible from the courtyard and offers a wide range of fun activities to enjoy, including Free View TV with large wall projection, darts, table tennis, slate bed pool table and high quality hi fi system. Ample private parking on site, within walking distance of the property. Please note that the path from the car parking area is quite steep. The owners have also wilded seven acres of the grounds to make a small sanctuary for wildlife with the creation of a large natural lake, new copses and wildflower meadows. Guests are welcome to walk around the lake but swimming and fishing are prohibited, but a wander through the wildflower meadow on a summer's evening is a real nature lovers treat.

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Fairbourne, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £500 Availability

Set within a 250 acre working farm, this property is within easy reach of a myriad of footpaths that dissect unspoilt Welsh countryside and coast. The village of Fairbourne offers a range of amenities including pubs, shops and restaurants, plus a miniature steam railway, summer water taxi to nearby Barmouth and golf course. At the other end of the village is a beautiful sandy beach where kayaking, canoeing, sailing, surfing and windsurfing can all be enjoyed. Other nearby attractions include King Arthur s Labyrinth, Zip World and Bounce Below. Inside, the accommodation is bright, contemporary, spacious and open plan. The modern kitchen area is fully equipped with everything you could need for preparing delicious meals while away. Dine together at the large table, which sits beneath a stylish pendant lamp and alongside a traditional Welsh dresser. At the end of the day, relax and unwind together on the luxurious sofas, which surround a log effect electric fire and TV/DVD. This property offers two light and airy bedrooms, one king size with en suite WC and one double with en suite shower room. There is also a separate bathroom with overhead shower on the ground floor. Outside, there is a sunny gravelled patio area with garden furniture and BBQ for enjoying al fresco meals in the afternoon sun.

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Aberdovey, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £855 Availability

This architectural triumph is ideally situated in Llwyngwril, Snowdonia National Park, to explore the coast and countryside of North and West Wales providing opportunities for walking, cycling, golfing, swimming, water sports, sailing and fishing. Why not take a journey on the steam railway to Dolgogh waterfalls and Tal y Llyn Lake or head to the sandy beach in Fairbourne or Aberdovey. There are a range of attractions nearby including Ynys Hir nature reserve, the Dyfi Opsrey project, the Centre of Alternative Technology with cliff railway, King Arthurs Labyrinth, the slate mines, the Museum of Modern Art Wales, the Owain Glyndwr Centre and Harlech Castle to name but a few. There is always something to do here. This beautiful barn conversion had been creatively designed maximising the wonderful coastal views and offering all your creature comforts in this luxury accommodation. As you enter down the steps and into the door you are treated to the expanse of the lounge/kitchen/diner, contemporary oak staircase, glass panels, feature stone walls, exposed beams, tiled floors and underfloor heating, all of which are designed to enhance your stay. If you decide to eat in, the kitchen area has granite work surfaces, electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and all the equipment you need to rustle up a meal. The utility room has a fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and plenty of storage space with a separate WC next door. The dining table takes centre stage with room for everyone to gather round, if you have booked both barns there is ample space for ten people to eat together. Open the French doors and let the outside in, listening out for the sound of the nearby stream and local birds. After dinner take time to relax on the sofa in the snug, taking in the lovely sea views, maybe read a good book or just catch up with your friends and family. In the lounge area, settle into the sofas to watch a film on the TV/DVD, maybe light the wood burner for cosy nights in. On this floor you will also find the spacious king size bedroom with wonderful views towards the sea and stylish en suite shower room and WC. Upstairs on the first floor you have the choice of a further two bedrooms, one super king size room with wonderful sea views and a daybed, or the spacious king size bedroom with door to the rear patio area. Lastly enjoy a leisurely bath or shower in the stylish bathroom with bath, separate shower and WC. This property is a joy to stay in with lovely views to wake up to. Outside, enjoy the wildlife and wonderful sea views from sunrise to sunset from the paved terrace with table and chairs. Relax on the lawn, walk down to babbling stream across the owners fields or head down to the beach. There is plenty of space to store your bike and canoes and ample private parking for three cars.

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Bala, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £606 Availability

A beautiful couples retreat in an idyllic village location perfect to relax, unwind and explore Snowdonia National Park, dramatic countryside, historic towns and pretty villages in North Wales. Nearby Bala boasts Wales's largest natural lake, narrow gauge railway, National White Water Centre and a range of restaurants and shops. Nearby Betws y Coed with historic bridges, waterfalls, river pools and hill top lakes, is also full of outdoor activity and craft shops, galleries and public houses. Enjoy walking, climbing, kayaking, sailing and fishing in breath taking scenery. Visit historic towns of Ruthin and Denbigh, have a day trip to Barmouth for fabulous beaches or take the challenges of GYG karting, Snowdonia's Cader Idris, Surf Snowdonia and the Zip World Caverns. This really is an all year round destination. The former stables, with full aspect window, is full of interesting objects, stylish features and stunning rural views. The open plan kitchen/diner is welcoming and cosy with the sofa to cuddle up on and watch TV or a DVD, sink into the armchair in front of the fire with a good book, or just admire the Welsh countryside. If you decide to eat in the well equipped kitchen area, with breakfast bar, it has all you need to prepare a meal from the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher to all the thoughtful little extras creating a lovely space to cook in. Meander up the stairs to the luxurious double bed with freshly laundered linen, soft dressing gowns and towels. The stylish en suite has a large shower and separate WC. Up the private drive, past the owners home, the property nestles on the gravelled courtyard with superb countryside views. Across the courtyard, you can enjoy alfresco dining in the private patio area with table, chairs and charcoal BBQ with lovely views. There are also a number of shared spaces to sit and relax in the nine acres of grounds. Maybe picnic by the standing stones or at the top of the garden near the trees. If you are bringing your bike there is lockable storage and an outside tap with hose available. Plenty of outside space for your canoe or kayak. The shared, spacious, vaulted ceiling games barn is also accessible from the courtyard and offers a wide range of fun activities to enjoy, including Free View with large wall projection, darts, table tennis, slate bed pool table and high quality hi fi system. Ample private parking on site, within walking distance to the property. Please note that the path leading from the car park is quite steep. The owners have also wilded seven acres of the grounds to make a small sanctuary for wildlife with the creation of a large natural lake, new copses and wildflower meadows. Guests are welcome to walk around the lake but swimming and fishing are prohibited, but a wander through the wildflower meadow on a summer's evening is a real nature lovers treat.

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Anglesey, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £567 Availability

A short drive from Cemlyn Bay and lagoon, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, the perfect location to relax, enjoy the culture or take a more active holiday. Pack a picnic and hit the beaches with golden sands and clear blue waters, go rock pooling, swimming, take a surfing lesson, go sea fishing and see the islands amazing wildlife. Discover butterflies and birds at Pili Palas, art enthusiasts can head to galleries galore, historians can visit museums and historic sites whilst walkers and cyclists alike can join the stunning Coastal Path around the island. Explore an underwater world at Anglesey Sea Zoo or step back in time at Amlwch s Copper Kingdom, Beaumaris Castle and Plas Newydd, to name but a few. Walk into this stylish property, hang up your coats and put your sandals and boots in the basket. To your right is stunning kitchen with dining table perfectly positioned by the window. If you decide to eat in, the kitchen is well equipped with electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and all the thoughtful little extras. Enjoy the ambient heat from the air source underfloor heating system and natural light throughout. The lounge has been beautifully furnished with sumptuous sofa and chairs, interesting artefacts, TV, games and French doors out to the garden. Upstairs on the first floor there are two beautiful bedrooms to choose from, the four poster king size, with sofa, TV and dual aspect windows or the fabulous king size with TV and sea views. Both bedrooms have been designed for a good night s sleep with soft bed linen for your comfort. After a full day out enjoy a leisurely bath or shower in the stylish and contemporary bathroom with shower over bath and WC. There are gardens to the front and the rear, with seating to enjoy morning coffee and embrace the views. There is also a useful bike rack for cyclists. Step down into the creatively designed garden from the lounge with patio furniture, BBQ and feature planting. A lovely garden to relax and enjoy alfresco dining. There is also allocated off road parking for two cars at the property.

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Newborough, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £474 Availability

A unique vineyard location just a short drive from Llanddwyn beach and Newborough Nature Reserve, with its forest, red squirrels, sand dunes and sandy beach. A short drive south is the famous town of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll llantysiliogogogoch, a great location to explore the whole island. Visit the Sea Zoo, the largest aquarium in Wales, enjoy wild windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing and sea fishing at Rhosneigr. Cruise the Menai Straits or head to Beaumaris with its castle, shops, and eateries. Visit the premier Motor Racing Circuit or explore the footpaths in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Anglesey has a rich history and many attractions including National Trust s Plas Newydd, Maritime Museum, lighthouse and Amlwch Copper Kingdom, and is within easy reach of Bangor, Caernarfon and North Wales. The owners are on site though privacy is assured. This former granary provides home from home comforts in this single storey property. Walk into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with exposed beams, tiled floors and lovely views from the windows. The kitchen area is well equipped with electirc oven and hob, fridge with ice compartment, microwave and dishwasher. The utility room offers a washing machine and tumble dryer. If you decide to eat in the dining table is perfectly positioned for everyone to gather around, enjoy a meal, look over maps and leaflets or play board games after dinner. After a full day out relax on the comfortable sofa and chair, watch Sky TV with standard package or lose yourself in a good book. For cosy nights in, light the wood burner, plan your activities for your stay or watch a film. When it s time to retire, you can choose from two bedrooms, a double or twin, both designed for a good night's sleep. In the morning take a leisurely shower for a great start to your day in the shower room with shower and WC. Outside there is an enclosed courtyard for guests use, with a screened off area with table, chairs and a BBQ to enjoy the weather and al fresco dining. There are further converted barns set around the courtyard. Set in 160 acres of the working farm with vineyard, orchard, dog walking paddock and designated footpaths to explore. There is private off road parking for two cars at the property. The owners are on site, and run their privately owned touring caravan site on the farm, though your privacy is assured.

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Conwy Valley, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £525 Availability

This is an ideal location for exploring North Wales, with Conwy, Llanrwst and Betws y Coed all within 6 miles. Pop to Llanrwst and Betws Y Coed to ride or stride the gentle strolls or challenging climbs, with breathtaking views and an abundance of sights to see. Enjoy Conwy, a World Heritage Site with its castle, town walls, independent shops, eateries and fishing harbour. Go wildlife watching at the RSPB reserve, try river fishing or have an adventure at Zip World and Surf Snowdonia. Taste the local delights at the Welsh Food Centre or visit cultural attractions like Britain's Smallest House in Conwy or the National Trust s Bodnant Gardens. This beautiful barn conversion has been creatively designed with interesting features, exposed beams and creature comforts to enhance your stay. Walk into the front door with quirky coat racks to your right and down into the spacious open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. If you decide to eat in, the compact kitchen has granite work surfaces, an electric oven and hob, a microwave, a fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. There s a small dining table for a romantic meal together whilst planning your holiday activities. After dinner, take time to relax in the luxurious swivel chairs, watch your favourite shows on the smart TV with Sky (basic package), and maybe put on the electric wood burner effect fire for cosier nights in. Upstairs is the stylish bedroom with a king size bed and freestanding bath for a leisurely bubble bath. There s also an en suite shower room with shower and WC. The enclosed garden is the perfect place to relax in the hot tub, dine alfresco and enjoy the outdoors from sunrise to sunset. The hot tub is in a sheltered spot among a table, chairs, BBQ and pretty borders with a grass area. Explore this working farm with breath taking views; there are a number of private walks within the grounds, or you can join the public footpaths further afield. If you are bringing your bike and/or canoe, there is storage available and private car parking for two cars.

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Fairbourne, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £734 Availability

Pop to the coastal village boasting a steam railway, summer water taxi to Barmouth, family play area, golf course, pubs, restaurants and shops, whilst at the end of the village you can explore the sandy beach, craggy cliffs and sea. Within easy reach you can join a myriad of footpaths, bridle ways or cycle routes along the pretty coast, stunning Mawddach Estuary and striking rambling countryside in North Wales. With an abundance of activities on offer including swimming, sailing, canoeing, fishing, horse riding, pony trekking, walking and cycling, and the plethora of attractions to visit, from King Arthurs Labyrinth to the zip wire, there is always something to see and do here. Walk into this bright, contemporary, spacious and open plan barn conversion. To your right is the useful boot room with place for you coats, boots, sandals and the rest of your holiday attire. To your left is the stylish kitchen area which is well equipped with everything you could need for preparing delicious meals while away including electric range oven and gas hob, fridge, freezer, microwave and dishwasher. The separate WC has a useful utility area housing the washing machine. Gather round and plan your activities over dinner at the large table perfectly positioned by the kitchen. At the end of the day, relax and unwind in the lounge, on the luxurious sofas, snuggle up with a good book or watch a film on the TV/DVD with Sky standard package. This property offers three light and airy bedrooms, two doubles, one with en suite's and one twin room. All the bedrooms have been thoughtfully designed for a restful night s sleeps. There is also a separate bathroom with shower over bath and WC, to enjoy a good soak in the bath. Outside, relax in the hot tub and embrace the views, or enjoy al fresco dining on the patio with garden furniture and BBQ in the afternoon sun with fabulous coastal views over the fields and out to sea. Explore the 250 acres of grounds with equestrian centre. There is off road parking outside the property for one car, with further parking a short distance.

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Bala, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £460 Availability

Set on a working farm of 220 acres, just 3.5 miles from Bala with its cafes, pubs, shops, swimming pool, and Wales s largest natural lake. Enjoy boating, stroll around the lake or ride on the steam railway. For the more adventurous there s the National White Water Centre, Zip World Slate Caverns at Blaenau Ffestiniog, King Arthur s Labyrinth and the mountain bike trail centre at Coed y Brenin, all within 30 miles, or spend days on the St David s Golf Course, just 5 miles away. Being in Southern Snowdonia you can enjoy a plethora of footpaths and cycle routes, superb fishing, varied activities and events alongside the breathtaking scenery. There is something for everyone here. A spacious property filled with natural light and fabulous views from every window. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, and dishwasher creating a lovely space to rustle up a meal why not open the feature door and let the outside in? When ready, head through to the lounge/diner and enjoy your meal at the dining table with views over the patio garden and beyond. After a full day out, relax on the sofa to enjoy your favourite programmes on TV and plan your holiday activities. You will also find a wet room on this floor with a shower and WC. When ready for bed, head upstairs to the bedroom and the bathroom. Enjoy a soak in the bathroom with a bath and WC. The bedroom has a double bed and superb views to wake up to. Outside you will find a shared utility room with a washing machine. You can relax and enjoy morning coffee at the table and chairs on the enclosed patio with lovely views over the rolling countryside. Explore the designated footpaths in the farmland and stroll down to the River Dee. Private parking for two cars at the property. This property has a private water supply.

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Barmouth, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £1068 Availability

Village location, with golden sandy beaches, cafes, pubs, shops, museums and galleries all within easy reach. The property is halfway between Barmouth with its harbour, and Harlech famous for its castle. Local activities on offer include stand up paddleboarding, boat trips, fishing, sea swimming, rock climbing, walking and cycling. Go to Royal St David s for the links golf course in Harlech, Coed y Brenin for mountain biking or for adrenaline seekers there s Zip World Slate Caverns at Blaenau Ffestiniog. There are many historic sites, castles, museums and events to be enjoyed nearby. Snowdonia National Park offers plenty of footpaths and cycle routes, superb fishing, varied activities and events alongside the breathtaking scenery. This converted chapel is a real gem offing reverse level accommodation to make the most of the fabulous coastal views. Enjoy feature windows, exposed beams, underfloor heating and all the thoughtful little extras for your stay. The front door opens into a hall with plenty of space for your sandals, boots and coats. Upstairs is the dramatic open plan lounge/kitchen/diner flooded with natural light and enjoying stunning views towards the sea and beyond. To the left is the stylish kitchen area with two electric ovens and induction hob, microwave, built in coffee machine, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. If you decide to eat in, with your local purchases from your travels, you will find all the equipment you need to prepare a delicious meal in this sociable space. Once the meal is ready there is plenty of room for everyone to gather around the dining table seating up to 12 people, whilst enjoying tasty treats and catching up on each other s news. After a full day out relax in the lounge with comfortable sofas, Smart TV and a selection of books and games to choose from. You will find a shower room with WC on this floor along with the twin room with two single beds, Smart TV and an elevated view of the living area. The other three bedrooms are on the ground floor, all have Smart TV's. There is a king size with curved wall and en suite wet room with shower and WC, a super king size zip and link (which can be made up as a twin on request) with an en suite shower room with WC, and the final super king size zip and link bedroom (which can be made up as a twin on request) with an en suite bathroom with shower over bath and WC. The enclosed garden is a few yards from the chapel, laid mostly to lawn with a fence and shrubs. Enjoy al fresco dining at the table and chairs, maybe use the charcoal BBQ, or enjoy a sundowner with views towards the sea. There is private parking for four cars at the property. This cottage can also be booked alongside the cottage next door, Hafan y r Haf, sleeping 4 further people for your family gathering.

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