The Snowdonia Holiday Cottages website was created not only to promote a well-established holiday cottage business, but also to provide an insight into what the Snowdonia National Park has to offer the 4.2 million people who visit every year.
When you visit the Snowdonia National Park you won't want to drive miles each day in order to find the best attractions like Swallow Falls, the Fairy Glen and the bistros and quaint shops at Betsw-y-Coed. Nor will you want to miss the beautiful village of Beddgelert; the Mawddach estuary, the coastal walks and Blue Flag beach at Barmouth. Being close to Mount Snowdon and the Llanberis Railway may also be considerations. Alternatively you may enjoy outdoor activities like white water rafting or mountain biking at the famous Coed-y-Brenin or fishing the mountain lakes of Dolgellau; Visiting Harlech Castle or just walking by the picturesque River Conwy.
In fact all of our cottages are perfectly located for all of the main attractions within the Snowdonia National Park. If you really want to see Snowdonia at its very best, whilst at the same time enjoy the luxury and comfort that you would expect from a five star holiday cottage, then book your next holiday at Snowdonia Holiday Cottages and you are guaranteed to be in the right place for the ultimate Snowdonia holiday experience.
We are pleased to announce that due to the popularity of The Studio
, in Barmouth, we have now added an additional property also located in Barmouth. Seaview Trail
offers luxury and stunning views and is available exclusively for couples.
Here are selection of comments from our guest books:
"We followed the Beddgelert Path up Mount Snowdon, it was an amazing day out, but our decent from
the summit left us all looking forward to cosying up in thelovely holiday cottage that we had booked through The Snowdonia Holiday Cottages Website." - P. Wilson.
"I cannot recommend Snowdonia Holiday Cottages enough; we stayed in Knight Cottage
Betws-y-Coed in May 2009. A must to see are Conway Castle, Bodnant Gardens and
Portmeirion." - Mrs Warwick and Family.
"Visiting Snowdonia gave us the opportunity to really spend some quality time
together as a family. Only problem we had was fitting everything into a week."
"The North Wales coastline stretches for miles; the beaches are exceptional and even
on a busy weekend we were able to find a secluded spot between Barmouth and Harlech." -
"The Panoramic Walk at the back of Barmouth inspired us to tackle Cader Idris. We'll
definitely be back to the Studio and next time we have Mount Snowdon in our sights." -
"We visit Bala every spring; a friend recommended that we try Snowdonia Holiday
Cottages.The location of Ty Nant cottage in Bala is perfect for all of the must see
places if you are thinking of booking a holiday in Snowdonia." - N. Rochester
"We recommend a visit to Swallow Falls and Gwydir Castle near Betws-y-Coed, Llechwedd Slate Caverns and Conwy Castle. We stayed at Knight Cottage in February 2009 and had a lovely time." - K. Sommerville
"Lake View barn could best be described as a luxury self catering cottage in the most breath taking
scenic location. Bala, Bets Y Coed, Llanrwst are all in easy reach although I must confess we did venture
to the shopping village in Chester for a spot of clothes shopping." - M. Morton
"Vaughan Cottage has set a new standard for us; we have never visited a cottage
that has a Blu-Ray DVD player and a beautiful Sony widescreen TV. Yes, the
Snowdonia National Park is fabulous, but Batman the Dark Knight on Blue-Ray is
something else." - I. Meredith