Cottages in Snowdonia & the Lleyn Peninsula
Snowdonia was the first National Park in Wales and is complimented by the Lleyn Peninsula to the west, the perfect combination of mountain and coastline.
With a range of methods to see Mount Snowdon, whether on foot or by bicycle or train, the National Park is hugely accessible to visitors of all ages who want to enjoy the fantastic scenery and stunning views that Snowdonia has to offer.
Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales, forms part of the National Park and perhaps one of the best ways to see it is on the Snowdon Mountain Railway. For walkers, there is a range of options so something for everyone, whether you want to tackle the challenge of Snowdon itself or walk on the gentler inclines of the lower levels. Cyclists are also well catered for with many purpose-built routes of varying difficulty.
Snowdonia National Park borders the Irish Sea, sitting as it does on the furthermost point of west Wales, making this landscape an intoxicating mix of mountains and coastline. Spend your days alternating between the grandeur and stunning scenery of Snowdonia and the beaches of the Lleyn Peninsula, a finger of land which juts out into the Irish Sea. There are several resorts around the Lleyn Peninsula, an area rich in wildlife and Celtic history but also a perfect destination for a traditional bucket and spade holiday. If you can find any time to spare, then the historic and vibrant city of Chester is just over an hours’ drive away from the eastern side of the National Park.
Pick from one of our classic stone and slate Welsh cottages, the perfect holiday home to enhance your visit to Snowdonia. Our friendly team is always available to offer help and advice to assist you in selecting your ideal property. Call them now on 0333 2020899 to make a booking.