Caernarfon Accommodations

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Accommodations in Caernarfon

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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Coach House in Snowdonia, North Wales an area of outstanding natural beauty and close by a world heritage side. A stunning apartment, set a stones throw away from Snowdonia, located in a beautiful welsh country hall, nestled in the countryside. The converted Coach House is a large open space with wonderful cosy large sofas and a huge King Size bed. The windows look out over a walled garden and the Coach House is placed in the histroric grounds of Plastirion House a 16th Century home. Expect views of the snowdonia mountain range, of horses in fields and the ocean. In terms of beauty this spot is quiet, unspoilt and one of the gems of the British Isles. The house can provide a full welsh breakfast, delicious home baked cakes, packed proper lunches and a four course evening dinner using local and home grown produce. This aspect has recieved wide praise in the past and continues to do Nearby is Caernarfon and also a short drive to the natural beauty of Anglesey (Ynys Mon) and its stunning blue flag beaches.. The Snowdon Train is only three miles away goes up to the summit all year. Close to Llanrug is the Bangor train station, providing easy access to all of Britain. The history of the grounds dates back to the 16th century and it really is the most perfect setting. With notice, guided tours can be arranged to an extensive selection of must see locations across the surrounding area. Guest AccessThe gardens the summer house the Victorian walled garden, the nine acres of woodland the mile long drive to the old main road now a bridle path. Interaction with GuestsMeet and greet and as much interaction as the guests require. A full talk on the best sites value for money pubs, restaurants etc. The NeighborhoodThe peace and quiet, the location overlooking the Irish sea to the front and the Snowdonia mountain range at the rear. Getting AroundFrom the village there is a regular bus service to all the local areas. Bangor Railway Station is 9 miles away. Holyhead Sea Port is 30 miles away for trips to Ireland. Manchester and Liverpool are one and half hours drive.. Other Things to Note*Please Read* While we do love children the premises is just not suitable for them so unfortunately we can not accommodate this.Plas Tirion is a very old historic home which had one of Britain's most distinguished soldiers living here in the 19th centaury. General Sir Hugh Rowland's VC.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe historic Victorian Cottage is located at the entrance to the Plas Dinas estate, famous in Wales as the former home of the Armstrong-Jones family. (Anthony Armstrong-Jones was the famous Lord Snowdon, married to Princess Margaret) and the main house still contains many family items and memorabilia. Downstairs you will find a cosy lounge with fireplace and tv, a seperate dining room, a seperate, fully-equipped kitchen, a seperate laundry with washing machine & tumble dryer, as well as a downstairs toilet. Upstairs are two good size bedrooms, one with a king size bed and the other with a choice of twin or double bed. There is a cosy bathroom with oval bath/shower. Guest AccessOur guests have full access to our estate grounds (great for walking) and an optional breakfast and dinner is available in the main house dining room if booked in advance. The NeighborhoodNorth Wales is one of the most visited areas in the British Isles. The highest mountain in the UK, Snowdon, is visible from the estate and the area is steeped in history with plenty of famous castles, sea fronts, walks and biking. We are about 1 h 30 mins from Manchester International Airport and about 1 hour drive from the famous Tudor town of Chester. Getting AroundIt is best to have your own car if you really want to explore, alternatively, you can take a taxi to us from Bangor Station (direct mainline Virgin Train services from London Euston are about 3 h 10 mins) and you can collect a rental car at the local Europcar office near Caernarfon. Other Things to NoteYour rate is self-catering, however, meals are available in the dining room at the main house if pre-reserved. All bedding and towels are provided as well as luxurious Molton Brown toiletries.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceSelf contained apartment, situated on the edge of Snowdonia National Park. Ideal as a base for outdoor activity enthusiasts with an interest in walking, climbing, cycling or horse riding Accommodation consists of two bedrooms, one with double bed and single bed and one with a double bed. Separate bathroom with shower. Bed linen provided but not towels, except for guests travelling by air from abroad. Kitchen with mini-cooker and oven, microwave, toaster, fridge, washing machine, double sink with hot and cold water. Cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery are provided. The kitchen has a dining table and chairs and a small sofa. A wood burning stove is fitted in the kitchen providing heat to the apartment. Logs are provided. Upstairs living area with chairs and television/DVD player. Wi-Fi connection is available This is an off road location with ample parking space. Outstanding views of Anglesey in one direction, the mountains of Moel Eilio and Mynydd Mawr in the other. Snowdonia offers opportunities for walkers and climbers at all levels of experience in the mountains. We are within short driving distance to most of the several routes up Snowdon. There are also several low level way-marked walks locally. There is an indoor climbing school in Caernarfon (approx. 4 miles) The area has a network of cycle routes and access to the historic castle town of Caernarfon is possible by bike on Lon Gwyrfai Cycle track or by train on the Welsh Highland Railway. Bicycles can be stored securely and under cover. Horse riding in beautifully scenic countryside is available at a trekking centre 1 mile away. The towns of Caernarfon and Llanberis are within a radius of 5 miles with a wide variety of shops, restaurants and pubs. The local Snowdonia Park Tavern is within walking distance, (approximately 1 mile) and offers home cooked food and real ale brewed on site. We welcome children but please note that the apartment has an open plan staircase which may not be suitable for toddlers. We welcome dogs, but ask you to keep them out of the bedrooms please. Guest AccessThis is self contained accommodation and you have the place to yourself. We live in the adjoining part of the house and will not disturb you but we are available to answer questions or help with nay problems that may arise. There is a small garden and picnic table for use exclusively by our guests. Also the garden is enclosed so if you have dogs you can let them out safely. Interaction with GuestsFeel free to ask us if you would like advice about local activities, walking routes, shops or eating places. We will do our best to help you. The NeighborhoodWe are in the heart of Snowdonia, surrounded by mountains and close to the sea. We are in a rural area which is peaceful but is also a little distance from the nearest shops, about 4 miles away. The nearest pub is within walking distance - 1 mile. Views from the house are to the mountains on one side and looking over Caernarvon and Anglesey to the West. On fine evenings we have magnificent sunsets. Getting AroundBecause of our rural situation, a car is almost essential. There is ample space for parking close to the apartment. The closest main line station is in Bangor - 10 miles away There is a reasonably frequent bus from Bangor to Caernarfon which is 4 miles from us. The bus service from Caernarfon to our place is les frequent. Other Things to NoteMinimum booking is three nights During the main holiday season (August and first two weeks of September) we are able to accept only bookings of 4 or more nights.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceIdeal for couples or a small family with a double bunk bed. Lower double bed for adults and upper double bed for a child. Bedding included. One small and one medium towel per adult/child supplied. Box storage under bed. kitchen with marine alcohol cooker, Fridge and sink with hot and cold water. Utensils, pots and pans, plates etc supplied. dining table and chairs comfy sofa en-suite bathroom with shower off-road private parking The Pine cabin set in a quiet elevated location in Waunfawr post code LL55 4EZ Walk up the road to the old slate quarry for views all over anglesey and over to Llanberis and Snowdon. Carry on to the top of Moel Eilio for even more views. Cycle down to Caernarfon on Lôn Gwyrfai Cycle track where you will find a historic Castle town and Port with an array of cafes, restaurants and bars. Catch a Welsh Highland steam train at the bottom of the village all the way to Porthmadog. Enjoy the amazing views up the valley to the foot of Snowdon where you can get off and walk up Snowdon. Enjoy an evening of live entertainment and enjoy a pint of ale brewed on the premises at Snowdonia Park Brewpub in Waunfawr. Buses from the village go regularly to Caernarfon and in the other direction to Beddgelert. Getting here by public transport - From the train Station in Bangor you will need two buses. 1/1A from Bangor to Caernarfon (25min travel time) then S4/87 Caernarfon to Waunfawr (10min travel time). The Cabin is a 5 minute walk from the bus stop in Waunfawr. Here is a link to the bus timetables. (URL HIDDEN) Or look up Gwynedd bus times. Guest AccessThe back garden and they are welcome to come to the front garden to feed the chickens. (now down to one due to Mr Fox!) Interaction with GuestsWe aim to be home to welcome you and to say goodbye. We are available if you need ideas for walks and visits, OS map supplied, but otherwise will let you get on and enjoy the cabin and Snowdonia. The NeighborhoodThe mountains and coast. Wonderful castles and history in the area. Village pub and great restaurants down in Caernarfon. Caernarfon is a UNESCO world heritage site. Getting AroundThere are buses from the village which will take you too and from Caernarfon and into the mountains. Time tables on the council web page, we have paper copy's here. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Gwynedd bus times.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceMenaifron is set within four acres of beautiful countryside on the south of Anglesey. With a walled garden full of fruit trees and vegetables and woodland with its own private path to the beachfront, it's a corner of Wales to fall in love with... And that's before you reach the turret, which looks over to Caernarfon castle and the Snowdonia mountains beyond! On the beach, you can pick your own mussels - (cooked in half a bottle of wine and consumed with the other half - !) - and when the tide is out, you can take a stunning and incredibly peaceful walk across the sand dunes of the Menai Straits. A two bedroom cottage, there is a king size bed downstairs, along with a bathroom, a sizeable kitchen with a dining area, and a large living room with a log fire and views of the Straits and surrounding trees. Upstairs is a bedroom with a queen size bed and bunk beds, as well as a bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe. A cot is also available upon request. Sky and Wireless internet connection are also provided.
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Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOur one bedroom cottage has a double bed. Bed linen and towels are provided. It has two easy chairs, chest of drawers, wardrobe and a bedside cabinet. The kitchen has a microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster and a hob including crockery and cutlery. Guest AccessGuests will have their own parking space outside the cottage and access to our garden field which gas spectacular views of the sea and mountains of the North Wales Coast and Snowdonia National Park. Interaction with GuestsAs owners of the studio we live next door and are there to help in any way we can. As locals we can help plan your daily trips and loan out local maps and advice on the best destinations to visit. The NeighborhoodWe live in a beautiful part of North West Wales and have the most spectacular panoramic views from the garden. It is a rural area however we are only 4 miles from the town of Caernarfon where there are a variety of supermarket and high street shops. We are also within a 20 minute drive of the towns of Porthmadog and Pwllheli. The closest beach is the Blue Flag beach of Dinas Dinlle which is only a good 5 minutes by car which has ample free parking and ideal for long walks. All sort of outdoor activities are within 5 - 15 minutes of the property including fantastic walking areas, horse riding, golf, watersports such as canoeing and kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, climbing. The list is endless! We have a cycling track within 5 minutes of the property. It really is a fantastic spot for the outdoor enthusiast! Within 3 minutes we have a fabulous country park called Glynllifon and also the Welsh Highland Steam Railway is 3 minutes by car! Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsular are 10 - 15 minutes by car Getting AroundWe have a local public bus stop on the main road, approximately 300 yards from the cottage. To get here you need to take the number 12 from Caernarfon which goes every hour. Other Things to NoteThe original space of the studio cottage used to be the Dairy of the original farmhouse.
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3br Other
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Neil, Marco, Malta & Blue welcome you to their historic country home with royal connections, a 5 minute drive from the castle town of Caernarfon in beautiful North Wales. We have 10 lovely en-suite rooms. We are perfectly situated in North Wales, an easy 1 h 30 min drive from Manchester International Airport and are a perfect base from which to explore Snowdonia, the Castles of North Wales and much more. Our home is filled with historic items from the days when it was the country residence of the Armstrong-Jones family. (It was Anthony Armstrong-Jones who famously married Princess Margaret and became Lord Snowdon). Enjoy a complimentary afternoon tea by our blazing log fire in the beautifully appointed drawing room. All our rooms are en-suite and come complete with luxurious linens and Molton Brown toiletries. Why not join us for dinner or come and stay with friends and enjoy a private dinner party? We offer an extensive breakfast with cold selection and a choice of hot dishes including a full Welsh breakfast. Take a stroll around our grounds, enjoy the views of the Menai Strait from the Mount or simply relax in the drawing room. You'll meet people from all over the world, travellers, writers, photographers, walkers and bikers. Our guests often comment that they feel as if they are taking part in a great house party and so it should be. With an honesty bar in the Drawing Room, mini-bars in the rooms, good books and great dining, we really hope that you will feel at home in ours. North Wales is a great destination for a short or long break. For walkers our location is excellent with Snowdonia being so nearby. Explore the great castles at Caernarfon, Conwy and Beaumaris, take the Welsh Highland Railway or discover the new Welsh food renaissance. We do recommend that you have your own transport or you can take the direct Virgin train service from London Euston to Bangor and we can arrange to collect you at the station. There is a Europcar branch nearby if you would like to pick up a car locally.
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10br 5-star Hotel
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Located in Bontnewydd, this luxury guesthouse is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Caernarfon Castle and within 9 mi (15 km) of National Slate Museum and Dolbadurn Castle. Menai Bridge and Bangor University are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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Poor
132 reviews
11br 2-star Hotel
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Situated in a national park, this hotel is 4.8 mi (7.7 km) from Mount Snowdon and within 12 mi (20 km) of Portmeirion Sands and Portmeirion Central Piazza. Criccieth Castle is 11.3 mi (18.2 km) away.
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2br Home/Apartment
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3-room house on 2 levels, bright, comfortable and romantic furnishings: open living room with TV, CD-player, DVD and wood burning stove. 1 double bedroom with 1 french bed, hand-basin and shower/WC. 1 double bedroom with 1 french bed. Bath-room, bath/WC. Upper floor: kitchen (4 hotplates, dishwasher, micro wave, freezer) with dining table. Exit to the terrace. Underfloor heating. Terrace, garden. Terrace furniture, barbecue. Lovely view of the countryside. Facilities: washing machine, dryer, children's highchair, cot for up to 2 year olds. Please note: non-smoking house. 1 pet/ dog allowed.Llanrug 6 km from Caernarfon: Historical cottage "Tyddyn Ddeugoed", detached. 2 km from the centre of Llanrug, in a secluded, quiet position on a slope, 6 km from the sea, in the countryside. Private: garden with lawn. Garden furniture, barbecue, parking by the house. Shop 2 km, grocers 2 km, restaurant 2 km, bar 2 km, bus stop 350 m, railway station "Bangor" 15 km. Golf course (18 hole) 7 km. Nearby attractions: Caernarfon Castle 6 km, Caernarfon Golf Club 7 km, Snowdonia National Park 5 km, Anglesey Walking Coastal Path 14 km. Please note: car essential.
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3br Home/Apartment
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3-room bungalow on 1st floor, comfortable and cosy furnishings: open living room with TV and DVD. Dining room. 2 double bedrooms. 1 room with 2 beds. Kitchen (4 hotplates, oven, dishwasher, micro wave, freezer). Shower/WC. Electric heating. Garden. View of the countryside. Facilities: washing machine, dryer, children's highchair, cot. Internet (Wireless LAN [WLAN], extra). Please note: non-smoking house. Collection of books and games. Hanging space for outdoor gear in the garage (canoes, bicycles or kayaks).Family friendly, comfortable bungalow "Bronallt", detached. 5 km from the centre of Menai Bridge, in a quiet position, 1 km from the sea. Parking by the house. Grocers 3 km, restaurant 3 km, railway station "Bangor" 8 km. Sports harbour 1 km, golf course (18 hole) 10 km. Nearby attractions: Anglesey Coastal Footpath 7 km, Caernarfon Golf Club 10 km, Beaumaris Castle 15 km, Snowdonia National Park 44 km.
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13br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in Caernarfon, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Caernarfon Castle and within 9 mi (15 km) of Menai Bridge and National Slate Museum. Dolbadurn Castle and Bangor University are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Inn
Inn
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Resting on the Banks of the Beautiful Menai Straits, The Garddfon is a 200 year old Traditional Inn. Frequented by Sea Farers, Holiday Makers and locals, This popular Inn gives a Warm Friendly Welcome to all. Our Newly Refurbished Bedrooms are all en-suite, decorated and finished to a very High standard. We also have an Award winning Bistro with seating for 50 covers; our Bistro is Very popular throughout the year and bookings are a must at weekends. we specialise in Local seafood's and Local Welsh Beef Steak. The Location of the Garddfon makes it a perfect Destination for Walkers, Fishing and Sailing Enthusiasts. With Snowdon only 5 miles away, the magic of North Wales is on our doorstep. We look forward to welcoming you.
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Good
269 reviews
110br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Caernarfon, this hotel is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Caernarfon Castle and within 9 mi (15 km) of Menai Bridge and National Slate Museum. Dolbadurn Castle and Bangor University are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Other
4br Other
    The bell tents offered at this glamping site are part of an overall package of peace and quiet. Along with your bell tent, expect your own wild flower meadow and at least 60 meters of space until you encounter the next tent.The bell tents themselves are nice and roomy. Each one comes with a wood-burning stove, a double bed, two futon chair beds, a sideboard and two bedside cabinets. They have been furnished with luxurious touches, and you’ll also find playing cards, magazines and books inside. Outside of your tent, there is a nice mowed lawn area. Apart from that, there are fields where sheep graze during the winter and lots of space for you to enjoy the peace and quiet. Each bell tent also has a fire pit, which is perfect for friendly barbecues or just to warm up a bit. You’ll also find a picnic table and parasol.All of the tents come with a complimentary welcome tray that comes with a few goodies!
    Hotel
    Excellent
    46 reviews
    4-star Hotel
      Overall description Searching for bed and breakfast accommodation in Caernarfon? Take a closer look at Betws Inn! Betws Inn offers tour/ticket assistance. Cancellation policy Free cancellation up until 2 days before check-in (2014/10/24 - 17:00). Late cancellations are possible and are subject to a penalty equal to 100% of the stay. No shows are charged 100% of the stay.
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      Poor
      290 reviews
      26br 4-star Hotel
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      Situated by the sea, this inn is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Caernarfon Castle and within 9 mi (15 km) of Menai Bridge and National Slate Museum. Dolbadurn Castle and Bangor University are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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      4-star Hotel
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      Eithin Bach Holiday Cottage is set in a tranquil rural location, close to the world heritage castle town of Caernarfon, between Snowdonia National Park and the Lleyn Peninsular, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North West Wales.The cottage is surrounded by fields grazed by Welsh Mountain Sheep and there are stunning panoramic views of the sea and coast towards Anglesey, the Eifl Mountains and the Lleyn Peninsular and the hills and mountains of Snowdonia. Eithin Bach Holiday Cottage is an annexe of Cefn Eithin , a stone detached former farmhouse with much character and charm built in the late 19th Century, standing in its own grounds and fields in the little hamlet of Bethesda Bach above Caernarfon Bay, near Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.The property, part of a small holding, is located 4 miles from the Historical Royal Town of Caernarfon in North Wales, 3 miles from the award winning Blue Flag beach of Dinas Dinlle and within 15 minutes drive of Snowdonia National Park. Our holiday cottage, Eithin Bach, near Snowdonia National Park has two bedrooms (one double and one bunk bedroom) and sleeps up to 4 people comfortably, but can also accommodate an extra young child on a Z bed and a cot for a baby. It is ideal for couples or families with young children or teenagers. Our Snowdonia holiday farm accommodation has an open plan living area with very comfortable furnishings and lovely mountain views from the lounge area window. Our holiday cottage near Snowdonia has a brand new fully equipped fitted kitchen/diner with breakfast bar separating it from the lounge area. The kitchen/lounge of the holiday farm cottage is very well equipped with an electric oven, hob and extractor fan, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, TV/DVD player, Radio/Tape/CD Player, iron and ironing board, vacuum cleaner, high chair. A selection of books, games and DVD s are available for use. A washing machine is available free of charge for full week bookings. Our Snowdonia holiday cottage has a luxurious brand new white en-suite bath and shower room with built in washbasin and toilet, a powerful walk in shower with feature glass bricks, a spacious bath, shaver point and heated towel rail. Our Snowdonia holiday property has a secluded private patio area with table and seating area for use by its guests. There is ample parking. Our holiday cottage also has a large garden field with plenty of space for children to run and play and let off steam and also has its own goal post and fantastic triple swing climbing frame and slide!
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      Poor
      40 reviews
      22br 4-star Hotel
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      The Stables is set in 15 acres of beautiful countryside, on the edge of Llyn Peninsula amidst the magnificent backdrop of Snowdonia. approx 3 miles south from the Royal Town of Caernarfon. Ideal base for walking, fishing, climbling, sailing. The country style lodge rooms are on ground level, all have en-suite bathrooms and are individually decorated.
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      Poor
      61 reviews
      13br 3.5-star Hotel
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      Located in the heart of Caernarfon, this inn is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Caernarfon Castle and within 9 mi (15 km) of National Slate Museum and Dolbadurn Castle. Menai Bridge and Bangor University are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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      The SpaceThis open plan property has a multi-fuel log burning stove (fuel not supplied) with wall mounted electric heaters. The cabin offers an en-suite shower room, kitchenette with full oven and hob, kitchen utensils, microwave, fridge, LCD flat screen TV, DVD player a leather sofa and a very comfortable, full size wall-bed. WiFi is also available. There are french doors leading onto a patio which has sea and mountain views with a barbecue and garden furniture. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the whole cabin and will be given a key to come and go as they please. Interaction with GuestsWe live in the adjacent house and are available most days, and happy to deal with any issues or to answer any queries. The NeighborhoodThere are wonderful scenic walks nearby and a cycle track (National Cycle Route 8) in the nearby village leading to the Royal Borough of Caernarfon with its famous Edwardian castle and beyond. Beautiful sandy beaches are within 4 miles away, while Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula with its excellent water sport facilities and golf courses are close by. The North Wales Pilgrims Way which runs from Holywell (North East Wales) to the Bardsey Island at the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula runs approximately 200 yds of the Cabin. Getting AroundCar parking space available in front of the main house, as well as space to keep bicycles. Nearest train station is Bangor (approximately 16 miles away). Regular bus service to nearby village of Penygroes (approximately 1 mile away).
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      4br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceThis former chapel house stands in its own grounds looking out over Mt Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. It lies in a small village on the quiet side of the mountain. There is a pub nearby and a restored steam railway runs through the village. Ty Capel, Chapel House in Welsh was built in 1895 originally alongside the Chapel (now pulled down) for what was a thriving slate quarrying area. Its three foot thick stone walls were built to keep out the weather as it stands 600ft above sea level. It was refurbished and extended in 2005 to a high standard. There is plenty of space both inside and out. Inside there are two sitting rooms one with a 42inch TV as well as a separate dining room with an antique welsh dresser ,a kitchen with electric cooker, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. It is warm and cosy whatever time of the year you choose with full central heating in all rooms, two woodburning stoves and an Aga type cooker which heats the water, keeps the house warm and cooks. One shower room with basin ,two separate toilets and a bathroom means there is no queuing in the morning. You can lie in the bath and look at the top of Snowdon. There is also a utility room with sink, washing machine and a second fridge to keep those beers cool. A large flat screen TV with freeview and wifi and unlimited broadband will keep everyone happy. There is a lovely sheltered garden which is perfect for barbeques and a relaxing glass of wine whilst watching our many visiting birds and enjoying the stunning scenery Guest AccessYou will have the whole house and garden to yourselves. There is parking for four cars alongside the house with our private car park adjacent for more cars or football! Interaction with GuestsWe have had a house in the village for 40yrs and visit frequently with our family and friends. We are always available by phone or e mail to help our visitors. The NeighborhoodSituated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park with stunning views of the mountains. Just the spot for an active or relaxing break. Snowdonia has become the centre for adrenalin junkies with zip wires, surf Snowdonia,mountain biking, triathlons and of course climbing all within easy reach of Ty Capel. Why not have a gathering of family or friends by adding our cottage next door (Miners cottage) max 15 persons. Whether it is mountains, beaches, castles, mountain biking, golf, pony trekking, fishing or just fresh air and peace and quiet,Snowdonia has it all. The path to the summit of Snowdon starts in the village (approx. 6 hrs return) but if you want to take the train to the top you will have to drive to the other side of the mountain. Getting AroundBuses run through the village several times a day to Caernarfon or Beddgelert and round the mountain in summer. The nearest mainline station is Bangor (half an hour by car or taxi) The nearest airport is Manchester (2 hours by road) Other Things to NoteWe can only change over on Fridays or Mondays. The pub in the village serves good food and great real ale. There is also a café serving good food and yummy cakes. Visit the the pretty village of Beddgelert only 10 mins away or 5 miles via the new wheelchair/mountain bike friendly path round the lake and through the forest. There is no mobile phone signal in the village but the house has a landline(payphone) and WiFi . For the comfort and wellbeing of all our guests and their children no smoking or pets allowed. Logs for the woodburners can be obtained locally but best to pick them up on the way.
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      3br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceThis 150 year old miners cottage is simple and cosy with full central heating and a woodburning stove. Downstairs there is a sitting/dining room with exposed beams off which is the bathroom/cloakroom with a new walk in shower. Next to that is a spacious kitchen where you can also eat, equipped with an electric cooker a fridge/freezer a second fridge and a washing machine. Also off the sitting room is a conservatory looking out to the summit of Snowdon and leading to a small garden. Upstairs there are three bedrooms one with a double bed leading off a twin bed room and a third with a double bed so the cottage could sleep 6 if you are all good friends or family. Wifi is free and there is a payphone as mobile coverage is patchy. Guest AccessThe whole house and garden together with shared use of our large private parking area alongside Interaction with GuestsWe have had a house in the village for 40 years and love keeping in touch with our visitors by phone and e mail. The NeighborhoodSnowdonia is the perfect place for a active or relaxing break. You can climb Snowdon from the door (approx. 6 hrs return) or you can drive round the mountain to Llanberis and take the train. There are many other great walks from the village. The area is fast becoming the adventure capital of Wales. Rock climbing, triathlons, white water canoeing, Zip wires all take place nearby.Mountain bikes can be hired close by for use in the forest. There are beaches,castles,stately homes all within a short drive. The area is a mecca for steam railway enthusiasts. The Welsh Highland Railway comes through the village and joins up with the Ffestiniog at Porthmadog The pretty village of Beddgelert is 10 mins away or 5 miles via the new mountain bike/ wheelchair friendly path round the lake and through the forest. Sorry no pets Getting AroundBuses pass the door several times a day to Caernarfon or Beddgelert and round the mountain in the summer . The nearest mainline station is Bangor(half an hour by car or taxi). The nearest airport is Manchester(2 hours by road) Other Things to NoteIf you do not want to cook the pub opposite does excellent food and of course great real ales. There is also a café 50yards up the road which does delicious home cooked food out of the main season. Logs for the woodburning stove are available locally. There is no mobile phone signal in the village but we now have wifi and a landline (payphone) Sorry no pets
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      • Pets Allowed
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      The SpaceLounge/Dinning/Kitchen with double doors onto riverside patio. Kitchen incl Microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine. Lounge incl LCD TV, Radio / CD player Bedroom 1 has a kingsize double and bedroom 2 is fitted with twin beds, max occupancy is 4 people. Shower room with toilet, Washbasin and shower unit. Electric heating throughout. Electricity and Bed linen provided free Please message if bringing your boat/trailer (Limited space available) Guest AccessThe riverside cottage at Parc Elernion has access to Coed Elernion with 52 acres of woodland walks, designated as being of special scientific interest by the woodland trust. A footpath outside the cottage joins the coastal path which will take you up the Rivals with fantastic views. Wander in the other direction through the traditional village of Trefor with pub, post office and shop, Turn right at the church for a shortcut to the beach. Interaction with GuestsWe can be found somewhere around the grounds every day running our small caravan site which you will walk through to get to the woodlands. The NeighborhoodFantastic, Fantastic, Fantastic, We have lived in North Wales for 10 yrs and still think it can rival any destination in the world. Spend the morning on the beach, lunch overlooking a castle and the afternoon 3,000 feet up a mountain, you can't beat the diversity. Getting AroundBuses run past the drive every hour to Caernarfon and Pwllheli, Other Things to NoteArrival is after 3pm and departure before 11am
      Hotel
      Good
      89 reviews
      28br 3-star Hotel
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      • Gym
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      • Swimming Pool
      Located in the mountains, this family-friendly hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Caernarfon Castle, National Slate Museum, and Dolbadurn Castle. Menai Bridge and Bangor University are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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      Excellent
      38 reviews
      3br Home/Apartment
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceA comfortable detached house with kitchen, living room, sitting/dining room, conservatory, three bedrooms (1x king size, 1x double and 2x single beds) and one toilet/bathroom with a large bath and electric shower. The house is homely and welcoming, it sleeps six within the three bedrooms. A sofa bed in the sitting room can accommodate a further two 'temporary' guests. The conservatory is ideal for either dining or relaxing in, taking in the garden, countryside and sea views. The house is double glazed, with oil central heating and features dressed stonework, exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace, two multi-fuel stoves, private gardens and ample off road parking. The outside patio area is ideal for eating 'al fresco' and to unwind, take in the views and fresh air. Guests are welcome to stroll around the gardens. There is a small pond in the garden and so children will need to be supervised. Please note that Hafod Boeth is down a narrow country lane and so extra wide vehicles may find it difficult to approach. Guest AccessDoor keys will be left for you and guests will have full use of the house and gardens. Interaction with GuestsWhilst I will not be present during your stay, the house will be ready for your arrival, giving you the privacy you require. However, you can contact me, should you have any queries during your stay. The NeighborhoodHafod Boeth, which translates as 'summer retreat', is set in a beautiful rural location, surrounded by farmland, above the village of Groeslon, amidst beautiful countryside, with panoramic sea views and views across to Caernarfon, Anglesey and Holyhead beyond. The blue flag beach and dunes at Dinas Dinlle lie within a 20 minute drive and can be seen from the front of the property, whilst open countryside is to the rear, with walks into the hillside that culminate in the impressive mountain scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. The property is the ideal home for beach lovers, walkers, cyclists, history buffs, naturalists, steam train enthusiasts, sport lovers, thrill seeking 'adrenalin junkies' or for those who just prefer to be a 'home bird' and do nothing. There are several smaller shops, a bank/cashpoint and post office in the nearby village of Penygroes. The nearest pub is just over one mile away. For the more active, leisure centres are nearby in Caernarfon, Bangor, Pwllheli and Porthmadog. There are excellent restaurants in Criccieth, Caernarfon, Bangor and Menai Bridge, serving a variety of local and international cuisine. And if it's a cafe you need, for coffee and cake, there's plenty to tickle your taste buds. All major supermarkets are catered for in Caernarfon and Bangor with a Waitrose at Menai Bridge and for those looking for a bargain, there are weekly markets in Caernarfon, Porthmadog and Pwllheli. Pwllheli, with its marina, is the gateway to the Llyn Peninsula to include the villages of Llanbedrog (and its Iron Man), Abersoch, Aberdaron and Nefyn, with an array of hidden coves, including Hells Mouth, Porth Oer (Whistling Sands) and Porthdinllaen. For a more active social life, there are an abundance of pubs to visit and for nightlife, head to Caernarfon or Bangor. There is a cinema in Caernarfon and the nearest multiscreen is at Llandudno Junction. North Wales is famous for its history and castles and you will not be disappointed with what's on the doorstep. The Royal Caernarfon castle, the imposing Conwy and Harlech castles, the beautiful Beaumaris castle, the opulent Penrhyn castle or the rugged ruin of Criccieth castle. Alternatively, visit the David Lloyd George museum in Llanystumdwy, learn about the saints pilgrimage to Bardsey Island, the story of Beddgelert and the history to Penmon Priory (including Puffin Island). Other worthy sites of interest include Portmeirion (Sir Clough Williams-Ellis), Plas Newydd, Thomas Telford's Menai and Conwy Suspension Bridges, Nant Gwrtheyrn (Heritage and Welsh Language centre) and South Stack Lighthouse to name but a few. For garden lovers, if you need more than those at Hafod Boeth, the spectacular Bodnant Gardens, Plas Brondanw, Plas-yn-Rhiw and Plas Newydd are only a short drive away. For animal lovers, there's lots to see along the coast (eg. seals & dolphins), in the woodlands (eg. red squirrels) and the mountains (eg. Birds of Prey) but also try the Pili Palas, Foel Farm, Anglesey Sea Zoo and the Welsh Mountain Zoo. For the outdoor enthusiast, there's lots to choose from; surfing, swimming, fishing, climbing, caving, segways, zip wires, horse riding, cycling and many nature watching activities to choose from. Want more, try the Bear Grylls experience in Llanystumdwy. The seaside towns of Barmouth and Llandudno are worth a visit, or escape to the hills via Llanberis, Capel Curig and Betws-y-Coed. The beaches at Dinas Dinlle, Newborough, Morfa Bychan (Blackrock Sands), Harlech and a little further afield, Dyffryn Ardudwy are well worth a visit. And if you want to travel further, the port of Holyhead gives you access to Ireland. Getting AroundThere is a frequent bus service to the towns of Caernarfon and Porthmadog. There is ample parking for cars at the property and it is easily accessible by car, only minutes from the A487 coast road (which connects to the A55), giving easy access to Bangor, Caernarfon, Pwllheli, Criccieth, the Llyn Peninsula and the majestic Snowdonia National Park. Whilst there is no nearby mainline railway station, the nearest being Bangor, Criccieth & Porthmadog, there is the world famous 'Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland' railway. This runs from Caernarfon (via the nearby station at Dinas) up to Beddgelert, taking in breathtaking scenery, before dropping down to Porthmadog and then travelling beyond to end at Bleanau Ffestiniog. Other Things to NoteHafod Boeth is offered on a self-catering basis and bedding/towels are provided. The property is down a very narrow country lane and it would be prudent not to arrive in the dark due to the absence of street lighting. Wifi is available in the property and up to 9 devices can connect to this, but it is via 'mobile broadband' and so the signal strength does vary from 4G to nothing, depending on time of year/weather etc. Whilst the wifi will cope with email and web browsing, it is not designed for downloading movies or other large files, especially as there is a monthly limit on download data availability.
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceBeddgelert house features split level open plan living accommodation with high vaulted wooden ceilings creating a wonderful light and airy feel. Together with natural slate and polished oak flooring, a Scandanavian wood burning stove and full-length patio window to make the most of the spectacular views over the mountains. Great care has been taken to provide a home from home and is well equipped with everything you need for a self-catered holiday. Our home has been refurbished in the most sustainable way possible with locally sourced, recycled and environmentally friendly materials. We aim the minimise our environmental impact as much as possible Our electricity is supplied on green tariff electricity - 100% from wind farms. Our superb Scandanavian wood burner provides a wonderful warm and cosy environment for our guests and we provide super-efficient long burning eco-logs manufactured from waste wood. We have also installed half flush toilets, low energy lighting ,and use pillows and duvets manufactured from plastic bottles. We provide Ecover cleaning products, fair trade tea and coffee, re-fillable water bottles and a supply of shopping bags (our village is proud to be non-eco plastic bag free). Our rental rates are for the exclusive use of the home and are inclusive of all heating, utilities, wifi, changeover fees and bedding. The prices shown are for up to 6 guests - we offer discounts for small party bookings - please ask for a quote. Guest AccessGuests are most welcome to use our cosy Scandanavian log burner and we provide the initial supply of fire logs. Interaction with GuestsThe house is laid out in an unusual, back to front style with the kitchen overlooking a private gated patio finished in local slate (great for al fresco eating, it catches the last of the sun in the evening), and a large decked area accessed from the patio doors off the living area leads to a grassed area. A footpath from the garden leads to the Welsh Highland Railway Station/Moel Hebog/Beddgelert Forest and nearby falls. We have parking for 2 vehicles on our private driveway. The NeighborhoodOne of the loveliest villages in Snowdonia, Beddgelert is surrounded by stunning scenery and is considered one of the most beautiful villages in the United Kingdom. This unique location makes for a perfect rural break whether you’re after adventure and activities, or a peaceful escape in relaxing surroundings. Our home is in a quiet setting just a minute's stroll from the village shops, restaurants, pubs and galleries. Just a stone's throw away is the Welsh Highland Railway, where you can catch the famous steam trains for a wonderful journey through mountain gorges and the foothills of Snowdon to the coastal towns of Caernarfon and Porthmadog. Getting AroundThe Snowdon Sherpa bus service travels throughout the National Park and gives you the chance to visit the towns and villages in the surrounding area. Please help to minimise the impact your holiday will have on this beautiful area by parking your car and taking the bus. The bus stop is just 60 yards from our house and link all the main paths for Snowdon and the most popular villages. In the summer many of the services are open top to make the most of the fantastic scenery! The Welsh Highland Railway is another fantastic option to get you out and about - we have lots of recommended walking and cycling intineries (mostly off road) which link in with the railway and public transport so you can miss out the more demanding sections or avoid returning on the same route. Most steam trains haul cycle carriages and you can hire mountain bikes just 50 yards from our home at Beddgelert Bikes. Other Things to NoteWe hope that the beautiful surroundings, warm Welsh hospitality and the real pleasure that we take in welcoming people here will combine to make your stay with us a very special one.
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      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceThis one double bedroom apartment will accommodate two people, however, there is flexibility for two single people sharing as we can offer an airbed if separate rooms are required. The apartment has full central heating and the bedroom is fully carpeted with large wardrobe space and chest of drawers. The sitting room is also fully carpeted with comfortable two seater sofa which looks out of the large patio windows on to the fully landscaped flower and vegetable garden. This main room includes the dining table and chairs set for two There is a flat screen TV / DVD player with CD player and radio. The spacious fully tiled bathroom is set up as a wet room with underfloor heating. The kitchen is also fully appointed and, although small, is perfectly formed and includes microwave / convection oven, induction hob, fridge and dishwasher. A folding breakfast table is for use here or can be used as a laptop desk to access the WiFi connection. Guests have full access to the garden with exclusive use of the adjacent summer house which is comfortably appointed with cane furniture and BBQ. Guest AccessThe garden is available for use by guests and the summer house is for their exclusive use. The owners maintain and work in the large vegetable garden. The gazebo, set by the stream at the end of the garden, affords stunning mountain views and is also for the use by guests. There is a shared car park with the owners. Interaction with GuestsInteraction with guests is on arrival and for any queries relating to the property. The NeighborhoodThe village of Waunfawr is set on the edge of Snowdonia National Park and affords easy access to the mountains and other local amenities including the magnificent Caernarfon Castle. The small gauge railway that runs from Caernarfon to Beddgelert and Porthmadog also stops in the village and is one of the most stunning railway journeys in the UK. The station is situated next to the Snowdonia Park, the award winning micro brewery 'Pub of the Year 2015.' The pub also serves food throughout the day. The Snowdonia Riding Stables are also on the edge of the village where horse riding trips are available for visitors. There are many short walks in and around the area either directly from the property or by short car drive. The apartment is set at the end of a private lane on the outer edge of the village. Getting AroundBuses run regularly from the end of the lane to Caernarfon or in the opposite direction to Beddgelert. The little train can also take visitors from the village station into Caernarfon. Bikes can be hired from Caernarfon as there are many great dedicated cycle routes in the area. Other Things to NoteGuests will find information regarding restaurants and local attractions in the apartment.
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      3br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      The SpaceDetached Victorian House 5 miles from Caernarfon in a quiet elevated position with views of Caernarfon Bay Anglesey and Menai Straits amazing sunsets . 1 Kingsize Bed with en suite . 1 Super Kingsize Bed . 1 Double Bed . Z bed and cot ,sleeps 6 adults and two small children Shared shower room with toilet and basin . 2 Lounges and 1 Dinning room fully equipped kitchen . Garden with shrubs mass of colour in spring and summer . Outside garden seating and table . Great for families and friends . Guest AccessAccess to all the rooms in the house and Garden . Attic and Store room off limits Interaction with GuestsMy sister Pat and husband Roger who live near the property will be available to guests by phone when needed and able to visit if there are any problems . And will make arrangements for key on arrival. The NeighborhoodEnjoy the peace and quiet in the property and garden or take a walk on moors or the Slate Track , If you feel more energetic Moel Tryfan is just behind the property , the Kate Roberts Museum is in the village , Nearest beach Dinas Dinlle 5 miles . Lots of places to visit Caernarfon Castle and harbour or take trip on the Highland Railway from the town or hire a bike and take a ride on the Llon Eiffion Cycle Way . The Snowdon Railway in Llanberis there is also a Slate Museum and boat rides on the lake . Visit the villages of Beddgelert and Swallow falls near Betws y Coed or the Island of Anglesey with its many beaches ,and the pleasant town of Beaumaris where you can take a boat trip , visit the Castle , admire the views of the Snowdonia Range from the pier there are many cafes and restaurants in the town .Visit the famous village of Portmerion near to Porthmadoc . You can also take a trip on the Steam Railway .There are quite a few Natonal Trust Properties and Gardens in the surrounding areas to visit . Take a short flight from Caernarfon Airport and admire the views of the area , you can also visit the Aviation Museum there . There are many activities for children on a rainy day in the area we have many leaflets in the property for you decide what exiting ventures to take them on . Getting AroundThere is Bus Stop in the Village just a 2 minute walk from the house the bus takes you to Caernarfon . Nearest Airport Caernarfon and Manchester . Railway Bangor . Highland Railway Caernarfon . Other Things to NoteTravel Cot . High Chair . Stair Gates . Outdoor Seating . Z bed for small child . Multifuel Stove .
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      3br Home/Apartment
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceA get away in a rural area on the edge of the Snowden Nation Park. Completely off the beaten track. The house is situated approximately nine miles south of Caernarfon, in the village of Tai'n Lon standing close by the landmark 13th century St Beunos Church near the village of Clynnog Fawr. The immediate area is designated as one of outstanding natural beauty, with abudent wildlife, breathtaking mountain views dropping away to sandy beaches and rocky coves. You will enjoy views of the Eifl Mountains (the Rivals), Caernarfon Bay, the foothills of Snowdonia and, to the north, Ynys Mon (the Isle of Anglesey). Your home is ideally situated for exploring the magic of North Wales' historic castles, sites of ancient mystery and legendary beaches, coves and the spectacular scenery of the Llyn Peninsula and Anglesey, with endless opportunities for hiking and walking, myriad challenging golf courses and, of course, the wonders of Snowdonia. A great base from which to explore this part of North Wales. Caernarfon, Criccieth and Penrhyn Castles are all within 30 minutes, steeped in Celtic history and heritage and a stronghold of the Welsh language. The island of Anglesey is within easy reach (25 miles) and well worth a visit. Beaumeris being one of my favourite stops for ice cream, fish and chips and stunning scenery! A place to relax and enjoy the countryside and beautiful nearby beaches of Dinas Dinlle and Nefyn. We offer a warm house with oil central heating and gas fire. There is a spacious, well eqipped kitchen, with washing machine; cooker; microwave: fridge/freezer. The living room has a leather three seater and a two seater setee. In addition, the light and airy conservatry,looking out onto the welsh hills, has 2 x two seater bamboo seatees. There are 3 bedrooms, one with a kingsize bed the other two have single beds. The bathroom has a bath and electric shower. The garden is gated and ideal for children. Situated in a small quiet village, with the local shop about 2 miles away, take aways about 5 miles, so bring a few bits with you. Public transport is about 2 miles on the a499. Both families with children, couples or groups have enjoyed staying with us. Pwllheli is probably the nearest market town, 10 miles away. A busy market town (Wednesdays) with art galleries and popular sailing and watersports centre. See the wildlife, seabirds and dolphins - on costal cruises. An excellent leisure centre to keep the kids entertained, along with activity-packed Glasfyn Parc. From the front door you can take one of the footpaths, or you coud take the Loneifion cycle track, along the disused railway line to Caerarfon. We hope to here from you soon. The NeighborhoodThe quietness and kind neighbours
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      Eithin Bach Holiday Cottage is set in a tranquil rural location, close to the world heritage castle town of Caernarfon, between Snowdonia National Park and the Lleyn Peninsular, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North West Wales.The cottage is surrounded by fields grazed by Welsh Mountain Sheep and there are stunning panoramic views of the sea and coast towards Anglesey, the Eifl Mountains and the Lleyn Peninsular and the hills and mountains of Snowdonia. 'Eithin Bach' Holiday Cottage is an annexe of 'Cefn Eithin', a stone detached former farmhouse with much character and charm built in the late 19th Century, standing in its own grounds and fields in the little hamlet of Bethesda Bach above Caernarfon Bay, near Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.The property, part of a small holding, is located 4 miles from the Historical Royal Town of Caernarfon in North Wales, 3 miles from the award winning Blue Flag beach of Dinas Dinlle and within 15 minutes drive of Snowdonia National Park. Our holiday cottage, Eithin Bach, near Snowdonia National Park has two bedrooms (one double and one bunk bedroom) and sleeps up to 4 people comfortably, but can also accommodate an extra young child on a Z bed and a cot for a baby. It is ideal for couples or families with young children or teenagers. Our Snowdonia holiday farm accommodation has an open plan living area with very comfortable furnishings and lovely mountain views from the lounge area window. Our holiday cottage near Snowdonia has a brand new fully equipped fitted kitchen/diner with breakfast bar separating it from the lounge area. The kitchen/lounge of the holiday farm cottage is very well equipped with an electric oven, hob and extractor fan, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, TV/DVD player, Radio/Tape/CD Player, iron and ironing board, vacuum cleaner, high chair. A selection of books, games and DVD's are available for use. A washing machine is available free of charge for full week bookings. Our Snowdonia holiday cottage has a luxurious brand new white en-suite bath and shower room with built in washbasin and toilet, a powerful walk in shower with feature glass bricks, a spacious bath, shaver point and heated towel rail. Our Snowdonia holiday property has a secluded private patio area with table and seating area for use by its guests. There is ample parking. Our holiday cottage also has a large 'garden field' with plenty of space for children to run and play and let off steam and also has its own goal post and fantastic triple swing climbing frame and slide!
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      • Parking
      The SpaceCaeathro Bach is situated just 2 miles from the very popular town of Caernarfon and its historic castle. It lies down a small secluded lane in the small village of Caeathro. A two bedroom cottage, there is 1 double upstairs along with a twin which can be used as a single if required There is a well equipped and sizeable kitchen with a dining area, and a large living room with a gas fire and views of the surrounding fields. Centrally heated throughout it also has its own washing machine,freeview TV and wireless internet connection. Towels and bedding are provided. At the back of the cottage is a large private garden which guests are welcome to use. Outside furniture is provided. What we love about Caeathro Bach is the feeling of being secluded while at the same time not being too far from other places when we want to go out and about. We have access to some great walks right on our doorstep, and we are situated on the border of Snowdonia national park. Also, many other walks can be accessed a short drive away, i.e. Snowdon and local beaches
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      2br house
        Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, this inland semi-detached cottage is 3 miles from Rhostryfan, overlooking Caernarfon Bay. Tryfan Cottage is a semi-detached cottage in an inland location, 3 miles from the village of Rhostryfan. There is a double and a twin room, each with sloping ceiling. On the ground floor is a family bathroom, along with a kitchen with dining area, and a sitting room. Outside is off road parking, and an open grass garden with views towards the coast. From Tryfan Cottage it is easy to explore the coast of North Wales, the mountains of Snowdonia and the lovely Isle of Anglesey. Amenities: Electric panel heaters. Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer in rear porch, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi. Electricity inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Please bring own beach towels. Cot, highchair and stairgate by arrangement. Ample off road parking. Lockable storage available for bikes, canoes etc. Open grass garden with coastal views, furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 1 mile, pub 2 miles. Note: Limited head height in parts of both bedrooms. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Caernarfon is one of the most historical towns in the United Kingdom: there are few others who can claim to have been continually inhabited since Stone Age times. Evidence of its history is most evident in the famous Caernarfon Castle, which began its construction in 1283 as a fortress, a seat of government and a home for royalty. The town itself is the site of many events and festivals throughout the year, such as the UK Strong Man Competition, the Caernarfon Festival and meetings of the North Wales Automobile Club. The Welsh Highland Railway offers trips through the region, where you can begin to fully appreciate the splendour of the region and you can take a boat out on a fishing trip from the local harbour. The town itself is well-served by restaurants and shops and its close proximity to the local beaches offer the chance to get the best of coast and country. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, this inland semi-detached cottage is 3 miles from Rhostryfan, overlooking Caernarfon Bay. Tryfan Cottage is a semi-detached cottage in an inland location, 3 miles from the village of Rhostryfan. There is a double and a twin room, each with sloping ceiling. On the ground floor is a family bathroom, along with a kitchen with dining area, and a sitting room. Outside is off road parking, and an open grass garden with views towards the coast. From Tryfan Cottage it is easy to explore the coast of North Wales, the mountains of Snowdonia and the lovely Isle of Anglesey. Amenities: Electric panel heaters. Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer in rear porch, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi. Electricity inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Please bring own beach towels. Cot, highchair and stairgate by arrangement. Ample off road parking. Lockable storage available for bikes, canoes etc. Open grass garden with coastal views, furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 1 mile, pub 2 miles. Note: Limited head height in parts of both bedrooms. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Caernarfon is one of the most historical towns in the United Kingdom: there are few others who can claim to have been continually inhabited since Stone Age times. Evidence of its history is most evident in the famous Caernarfon Castle, which began its construction in 1283 as a fortress, a seat of government and a home for royalty. The town itself is the site of many events and festivals throughout the year, such as the UK Strong Man Competition, the Caernarfon Festival and meetings of the North Wales Automobile Club. The Welsh Highland Railway offers trips through the region, where you can begin to fully appreciate the splendour of the region and you can take a boat out on a fishing trip from the local harbour. The town itself is well-served by restaurants and shops and its close proximity to the local beaches offer the chance to get the best of coast and country. Additional amenities include: cooker.
        cottage
        Excellent
        20 reviews
        3br cottage
        • Pets Allowed
        Recently refurbished to a very high standard Gwynfa boasts parking to the side of the house. With a private patio over looking the river and a large kitchen diner with views of Moel Hebog, Gwynfa is an ideal place to stay - especially if you have a four legged friend! Bed linen and towels provided. Free WiFi available. Prices range from ÂŁ480-ÂŁ850 per week and vary throughout the season, please enquire for the cost of your holiday. Change over day is typically Saturday but can be negotiated during quieter times. Christmas and New Year will be accepted as full weeks only.
        cottage
        Nice
        3 reviews
        3br cottage
          TAN Y DDERWEN IS AVAILABLE TO BOOK ALL YEAR ROUND. Tan y Dderwen is a stone built, end of terrace cottage which will sleep 5 people, and is situated about 4 minutes walk from the centre of the village of Beddgelert. The cottage is set in almost 1/8 acre of lawned garden complete with a barbecue and picnic table. The cottage makes an ideal centre for a relaxing or active holiday. It is situated within the Snowdonia National Park, at the foot of Snowdon yet only 8 miles from the coast and 1 mile from the Beddgelert Forest. You can walk, bike ride, horse ride, climb, canoe, sail, play golf, fish or just relax. The cottage is tastefully decorated, furnished, carpeted throughout and kept to a very high standard and maintained by ourselves. There are a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a single bedroom. The bathroom has an over bath shower and a full bathroom suite. Downstairs we have the fully fitted kitchen with fridge/freezer, electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and table and chairs. There is a serving hatch into the lounge. In the lounge there is are 2 two seater sofa's and 1 arm chair, television with free-to-air satellite channels, DVD player. hi-fi and a large drop leaf dining table. To the rear of the cottage is a small conservatory and you are requested to remove your boots and wet clothing in here before entering the cottage. We are a non smoking cottage. Please respect the next guests - they may not smoke. All the electricity, heating and hot water are included in the cost of the rental. We supply all the bedding and linen but you are requested to supply your own personal towels but they can be supplied if requested. There is ample on street parking outside the cottage and there is a car park approximately 100yds away. The local village store is extremely well stocked and open late in the summer. They are willing to put together a grocery order ready for you to collect on your arrival or to deliver it to the cottage. Mature pets, maximum of 2 may be allowed by arrangement with certain conditions which must be adhered to. These are, the dog must not go upstairs, go on the furniture or be left alone in the cottage. Any fouling within the grounds must be cleared up and disposed of by you. No liability is accepted for car or any other personal possessions. You are strongly advised to take out your own private holiday insurance that is readily available through most travel agents or any insurance broker. We cannot make refunds due to last minute cancellations. Amongst the many attractions in the area is the new Welsh Highland Railway, which runns from Caernarfon to Porthmadog with a station in Beddgelert. You can see the station from the garden. The cottage has Free to Air satellite Television. Cosy end of terrace cottage with large garden, a few minutes walk from the centre of the village of Beddgelert. Gas central heating, hot water and electricity are all included in the cost so there no hidden costs.. Open all year. Pets by arrangement. –
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          2br cottage
            What could be better than sitting on a riverside patio with the sound of the river passing below and surrounded by the impressive peaks of the Snowdonia National Park? This Beddgelert cottage is one of a row of pretty grade II listed cottages situated on the bank of the crystal clear river Gwynant as it meanders through the attractive village. The cottage retains some character as well as comfort, and is only a stone's throw from the village's attractive hump-back bridge, inns and craft shops. Accommodation There are two bedrooms - one with one double bed, the other with two single beds. Bathroom/WC with electric shower. Attractive modern fitted kitchen/diner electric cooker, fridge, microwave, washing machine. Lounge, log fire in wood burning stove, TV. Night storage heaters - electricity included. Enclosed patio with access to river, small garden to front. Street parking Eryri, or the Snowdonia National Park has been a National Park since 1951. It is the second largest National park in England and Wales and includes some of the most beautiful and spectacular scenery in the British Isles. From dramatic coastlines through rolling foothills to dramatic mountains, Snowdonia has it all. It sounds like a clichĂŠ, but you really could be sailing in the morning and climbing a mountain in the afternoon.
            cottage
            4br cottage
              Traditional yet Modernised Welsh Cottage With Private Wrap Around Gardens, Beautiful Sea and Mountain ViewsClose To The Beaches, Snowdonia And Surrounded By Fields And Hills.Sleeps 8 . One king size bed in master bedroom with en-suite, one King size , one double bed, single bedroom with single bed and toddler bed,crog loft over double room with single mattress, also travel cot. Free Broadband? A beautiful traditional cottage but furnished to a modern standard. This Welsh cottage is set in private gardens, surrounded by fields, hills with plenty of forests to walk in. Close to beaches, Abersoch, Golf courses and other popular tourist attractions. Prices are per week and includes heating, all linens, welcome pack and wireless Broadband. Saturday changeover day except for where stated. The cottage is private but not isolated,as it is in a village. Traditional yet Modernised Welsh Cottage With Private Gardens, Beautiful Sea and Mountain Views in the beautiful village of Llangybi close to Pwllheli, Cricieth, Abersoch, Porthmadog and portmeirion
              chalet
              Excellent
              3 reviews
              2br chalet
                TWO BED CHALET SET IN 100 COUNTRY PARK, NEAR CAERNARFON, NORTH WALES, FULL USE OF PARK (except fishing that requires a park permit) IDEAL BASE FOR EXPLORING NORTH WALES AND SNOWDON, , BASIC FURNISHINGS, YOU WILL NEED BED LINEN AND PILLOW CASE'S, PERSONAL TOWEL'S,--- DUVET'S AND PILLOW'S ARE SUPPLIED ,---- TEA TOWEL'S DISH CLOTH AND WASHING UP LIQUID, I DO NOT SUPPLY ANY OF THESE, AS THEY GET TAKEN BY MISTAKE, I OWN 134 NEXT DOOR SO LARGER GROUPS AND FAMILIES CAN GO ,BUT STILL HAVE A BIT OF PRIVACY, WE ARE ON THE HIGHEST PART OF THE PARK, NO STEPS, OFF ROAD PARKING, SECURE SITE WITH ANPR AND CCTV, THE PARK HAS AN OUTDOOR HEATED POOL,WIFI IN THE CLUB HOUSE, NO EXTRA COST, WE ADVERTISE FOR 4 PEOPLE BUT A FAMILY OF 2 ADULT'S AND 3 CHILDREN WILL ALSO BE ACCEPTED AS THERE IS A DOUBLE BUNK BED IN THE REAR BEDROOM,THIS IS THE SAME FOR BOTH CHALET'S, ELECTRIC IS BY £5-£10 CARD SYSTEM ,OBTAINED AT THE PARK OUTLET'S, MANY THANK'S FOR LOOKING AND HOPEFULLY BOOKING AVAILABLE FROM MARCH TO JANUARY 2016 ----------PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE PARK IS OPEN UNTIL CHRISTMAS AND A FEW DAYS AFTER, YOU WILL ONLY GET USE OF THE CHALET FROM EARLY NOVEMBER TO NEW YEAR, AS THE CLUB HOUSE,SHOP AND CAFE CLOSE FOR THE WINTER, MOUNT SNOWDON LLANBERISS AND SLATE MINE'S THE ZIP WORLD SURF SNOWDON , DOLGARROG SOUTH OF LLANDUDNO DINAS SANDY BEACH
                cottage
                1br cottage
                  Tryfan Holiday Cottage is part of Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages Anglesey. We offer eight beautifully furnished holiday cottages. Enjoy amazing views of Snowdonia, stunning scenery, and walks from the front door. Cerrig y Barcud is an extremely friendly, family run business. Whatever your choice of holiday cottage, you will feel at home from the moment you open the front door and once our guests have discovered Cerrig y Barcud, many return again and again. Tryfan is a compact single-storey cottage to which our regular guests come back time and time again. The cottage has an open-plan lounge/dining area with fitted kitchen. It has one bedroom and accommodates two adults in a double bed. The lounge area is equipped with a comfortable leather sofa and armchair, central heating, colour TV with Freeview, a DVD player with a film library available. The fitted kitchen includes electric cooker, microwave oven, fridge with freezer compartment, electric kettle and all the china, glassware, utensils and equipment you are likely to need during your holiday, including a hair dryer. The double bedroom has a shower room en-suite. This is equipped with a toilet and wash basin and a walk-in shower. Tryfan has open views of the surrounding countryside and glimpses of the Menai Straits. The front patio, which has table and chairs, leads directly the large lawns. Car parking is conveniently arranged adjacent to the cottage. Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottage provides a range of facilities including Games Room and Play Area. Set apart from the cottages, our Games Room offers table tennis, pool, air hockey and table football to provide entertainment whatever the weather. Our family of goats live next to the play area, from where they can be seen and fed. Our ponies will often come up to the fence to say hello too! We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our cottages. You will find your cottage contains high quality furniture and equipment in immaculate condition, carefully prepared for your holiday. Anglesey really does have something for everyone. Whatever your holiday requirements, Cerrig y Barcud is an ideal base for your holiday. Despite their peaceful setting, our cottages are only 10 minutes from the Britannia Bridge, so that the attractions of both Anglesey and North Wales are within easy reach. Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages Anglesey is ideally located between two of the island's most popular family attractions; Foel Farm Park and the Anglesey Sea Zoo. The cottages are only minutes from stretches of golden beaches set against a perfect backdrop provided by the mountains of Snowdonia. If you prefer more energetic pursuits, then take comfort in the fact that between the air, sea, lakes, hill and beaches, there is hardly a sport that Anglesey cannot offer. At Cerrig y Barcud, we are more than happy to help you in making arrangements for any activities you may wish to enjoy during your time on the island. Meanwhile, walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and lovers of nature will find Cerrig y Barcud well placed to enjoy their favourite pursuits. Compact Slf Catering Holiday Cottage in an idyllic setting on the Isle of Anglesey. Set well back from a quiet country lane close to the Menai Straits and with uninterrupted panoramic views of Snowdonia. You'll feel at home as soon as you walk through the door. Cerrig y Barcud is an extremely friendly, family run business, and many of our guests return again and again
                  cottage
                  Excellent
                  7 reviews
                  3br cottage
                    Yr Wyddfa is our largest cottage, sleeping up to six guests, and is presented over two floors. Yr Wyddfa is a spacious and luxuriously appointed three bedroomed cottage with modern bathroom with shower, as well as a large downstairs shower room. It provides modern, comfortable accomodation for up to six guests. The cottage has a spacious lounge / dining room with an electrically reclining leather suite, television with Freeview and a DVD player A separate, modern well appointed kitchen, provides a dishwasher and fridge / freezer as well as plenty of preparation and storage space. The spacious Master bedroom has a double bed, whilst the remaining bedrooms each have twin beds. Yr Wyddfa Holiday Cottage has an upstairs bathroom which includes bath with shower, whilst a seperate downstairs cloakroom provides a large shower as well as toilet. A large front patio is equipped with comfortable furniture where you can enjoy the sun until late evening. Enviable views of Snowdonia are visible from the lounge and all bedrooms Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottage provides a range of facilities including Games Room and Play Area. Set apart from the cottages, our Games Room offers table tennis, pool, air hockey and table football to provide entertainment whatever the weather. Our family of goats live next to the play area, and children can see and feed the animals from here. Our ponies will often come up to the fence to say hello too! The large lawned areas at the front of the cottages are ideally suited for football, cricket and other games We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our cottages. You will find your cottage contains high quality furniture and equipment in immaculate condition, carefully prepared for your holiday. All bedding is provided as well as tea towels and bath mat. We also provide an initial supply of basic items including washing-up liquid, aluminium foil, paper kitchen towels, toilet roll, as well as cleaning materials for both the kitchen and the bathroom. Anglesey really does have something for everyone. Whatever your holiday requirements, Cerrig y Barcud is an ideal base for your holiday. Despite their peaceful setting, our cottages are only 10 minutes from the Britannia Bridge, so that the attractions of both Anglesey and North Wales are within easy reach. Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages Anglesey is ideally located between two of the island's most popular family attractions; Foel Farm Park and the Anglesey Sea Zoo. The cottages are only minutes from stretches of golden beaches set against a perfect backdrop provided by the mountains of Snowdonia. If you prefer more energetic pursuits, then take comfort in the fact that between the air, sea, lakes, hill and beaches, there is hardly a sport that Anglesey cannot offer. At Cerrig y Barcud, we are more than happy to help you in making arrangements for any activities you may wish to enjoy during your time on the island. Meanwhile, walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and lovers of nature will find Cerrig y Barcud well placed to enjoy their favourite pursuits. Exceptional Anglesey Self Catering Holiday Cottage in an idyllic setting set well back from a quiet country lane close to the Menai Straits and with uninterrupted panoramic views of Snowdonia. You'll feel at home as soon as you walk through the door. Cerrig y Barcud is an extremely friendly, family run business, and many of our guests return again and again
                    cottage
                    Excellent
                    3 reviews
                    2br cottage
                      Elidir Holiday Cottage is part of Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages. We offer eight beautifully furnished holiday cottages. Enjoy amazing views of Snowdonia, stunning scenery, and walks from the front door. Cerrig y Barcud is an extremely friendly, family run business. Whatever your choice of holiday cottage, you will feel at home from the moment you open the front door and once our guests have discovered Cerrig y Barcud, many return again and again. Elidir cottage is single-storey and sleeps from two to four persons in comfort. The cottage is perfect for families and also ideal for a couple who may prefer more spacious surroundings or prefer separate bedrooms. The cottage includes an open-plan lounge/dining area with modern fitted kitchen. The two bedrooms are situated at either end of the cottage for greater privacy. One bedroom has a king-sized bed, whilst the other has two singles.Elidir has a modern, bright, airy bathroom with a bath and shower over. Elidir Holiday Cottage has a patio to the front with open views of Snowdonia and the surrounding countryside as well as glimpses of the Menai Straits. The patio has picnic benches and a table, and leads directly to the large lawns. Car parking is conveniently arranged adjacent to the cottages. A door off the main bedroom leads to a sheltered rear patio All bedding is provided as well as tea towels and bath mat. We also provide an initial supply of basic items including washing-up liquid, aluminium foil, paper kitchen towels, toilet roll, as well as cleaning materials for both the kitchen and the bathroom. Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottage provides a range of facilities including Games Room and Play Area. Set apart from the cottages, our Games Room offers table tennis, pool, air hockey and table football to provide entertainment whatever the weather. Our family of goats live next to the play area, and children can see and feed the animals from here. Our ponies will often come up to the fence to say hello too! The large lawned areas at the front of the cottages are ideally suited for football, cricket and other games We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our cottages. You will find your cottage contains high quality furniture and equipment in immaculate condition, carefully prepared for your holiday. Anglesey really does have something for everyone. Whatever your holiday requirements, Cerrig y Barcud is an ideal base for your holiday. Despite their peaceful setting, our cottages are only 10 minutes from the Britannia Bridge, so that the attractions of both Anglesey and North Wales are within easy reach. Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages Anglesey is ideally located between two of the island's most popular family attractions; Foel Farm Park and the Anglesey Sea Zoo. The cottages are only minutes from stretches of golden beaches set against a perfect backdrop provided by the mountains of Snowdonia. If you prefer more energetic pursuits, then take comfort in the fact that between the air, sea, lakes, hill and beaches, there is hardly a sport that Anglesey cannot offer. At Cerrig y Barcud, we are more than happy to help you in making arrangements for any activities you may wish to enjoy during your time on the island. Meanwhile, walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and lovers of nature will find Cerrig y Barcud well placed to enjoy their favourite pursuits. Exceptional Self Catering Anglesey Holiday Cottage in an idyllic setting set well back from a quiet country lane close to the Menai Straits and with uninterrupted panoramic views of Snowdonia. You'll feel at home as soon as you walk through the door. Cerrig y Barcud is an extremely friendly, family run business, and many of our guests return again and again
                      cottage
                      Excellent
                      2 reviews
                      2br cottage
                        Crib Goch Holiday Cottage is part of Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages Anglesey. We offer eight beautifully furnished holiday cottages. Enjoy amazing views of Snowdonia, stunning scenery, and walks from the front door. Cerrig y Barcud is an extremely friendly, family run business. Whatever your choice of holiday cottage, you will feel at home from the moment you open the front door and once our guests have discovered Cerrig y Barcud, many return again and again. Crib Goch is one of our newest cottages and the most private, with its own secluded garden area. The cottage is single-storey and sleeps from two to four persons in comfort. It can also accommodate a cot in either bedroom (we can provide travel cot at no extra charge) Crib Goch Holiday Cottage is perfect for families and also ideal for a couple who may prefer more spacious surroundings or prefer separate bedrooms. The cottage is built on one level with an open-plan lounge/dining area and fitted kitchen. The two bedrooms are situated at either end of the cottage which gives extra privacy. One bedroom has a king-size double bed, whilst the other has two singles. Crib Goch holiday cottage has French Doors leading from the lounge area onto a rear patio and private garden area from where there are views of the surrounding countryside. The front leads directly to the large lawns and open views of Snowdonia. Car parking is conveniently arranged adjacent to the cottages. Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottage provides a range of facilities including Games Room and Play Area. Set apart from the cottages, our Games Room offers table tennis, pool, air hockey and table football to provide entertainment whatever the weather. Our family of goats live next to the play area, and children can see and feed the animals from here. Our ponies will often come up to the fence to say hello too! The large lawned areas at the front of the cottages are ideally suited for football, cricket and other games We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our cottages. You will find your cottage contains high quality furniture and equipment in immaculate condition, carefully prepared for your holiday. Anglesey really does have something for everyone. Whatever your holiday requirements, Cerrig y Barcud is an ideal base for your holiday. Despite their peaceful setting, our cottages are only 10 minutes from the Britannia Bridge, so that the attractions of both Anglesey and North Wales are within easy reach. Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages Anglesey is ideally located between two of the island's most popular family attractions; Foel Farm Park and the Anglesey Sea Zoo. The cottages are only minutes from stretches of golden beaches set against a perfect backdrop provided by the mountains of Snowdonia. If you prefer more energetic pursuits, then take comfort in the fact that between the air, sea, lakes, hill and beaches, there is hardly a sport that Anglesey cannot offer. At Cerrig y Barcud, we are more than happy to help you in making arrangements for any activities you may wish to enjoy during your time on the island. Meanwhile, walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and lovers of nature will find Cerrig y Barcud well placed to enjoy their favourite pursuits. Exceptional Holiday Cottages in an idyllic setting on the Isle of Anglesey. Set well back from a quiet country lane close to the Menai Straits and with uninterrupted panoramic views of Snowdonia. You'll feel at home as soon as you walk through the door. Cerrig y Barcud is an extremely friendly, family run business, and many of our guests return again and again
                        cottage
                        2br cottage
                          "Madryn" is a mid terraced, granite built cottage located immediately opposite St Beuno Church in the small coastal village of Clynnog-fawr, on the A499 mid-way between Caernarfon and Pwllheli. The sea is only 12 minutes walk away, down the lane directly opposite the cottage. The village has a petrol station with shop and The Bryn Eisteddfod Hotel / Pub has recently re-opened. The cottage is on the new cycle track route from Llanaelhaearn to Caernarfon.Property comprises of:-lounge/dining room with electric fire, tv with dvd player, bed settee, with french windows opening out to the rear garden. Madryn has a recently newly-fitted kitchen which is fully equipped with electric cooker, fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washer dryer, steamer and george foreman sandwich maker. Bedroom 1, double bed-bedroom 2, bunk beds-bathroom with bath and shower-large rear garden with patio set, parking for 2 vehicles. Sleeps4/5. Duvets and all bed linen provided. High chair, cot and safety gates available.Electricity, including storage heating by meter reading at end of stay. Private off-road parking at rear of property for 2 cars
                          chalet
                          2br chalet
                          • Pets Allowed
                          Set in the secluded wooded valley of the family run Glan Gwna holiday park, 2 miles from Caernarfon town. The 100 acres of woodland and parkland with lake and river offer the perfect location for a holiday retreat. Ideally situated for visiting Snowdonia National Park. The golden beaches of the Lleyn Penisula, Isle of Anglesey, Castles, Historic houses and superb scenery which are all on your doorstep. Glan Gwna offers all the amenities you may require during your stay, these include a large heated outdoor swimming pool (seasonal), launderette, beauty salon, gym, shop, takeaway & cafĂŠ, on site fishing (small fee), family poolside bar serving drinks and food as well as free Wi-Fi, games room and play area for children, adult only bar and family club with weekly entertainment (seasonal) The chalet is equipped with everything you may need to make a home from home holiday. It is situated in a quiet elevated position looking down over the park with ample off road parking and front and rear lawned gardens. Glan Gwna, located 2 miles from Caernarfon with Snowdonia National Park & Train up Mt Snowdon and the golden beaches of the Lleyn Penisula on your doorstep. Historic castles of Caernarfon and Penryn in Bangor and Plas Newydd on the Menai Straights all worth a visit. Decorated and new carpets fitted April 2015
                          chalet
                          2br chalet
                            Lake view recently modernised self catering chalet in the quite Holiday Park of Glan Gwna situated on he edge of Snowdonia National Park.Fully Fitted Kitchen well equipped with 22inch flat screen T.V.Open plan lounge with table & chairs, 2 sofas, 51inch smart TV with DVD player and full range of DVD's. Patio doors opening onto balcony.Bathroom with bath and shower. Master bedroom has a full size TV, double bed and chest draws. 2nd bedroom has 1 bunk bed and TV.Includes washing machine and tumble dryer.The balcony is private with garden furniture and parasol and free barbeque.PARK FACTILITIESShop, cafĂŠ, club house, heated outdoor pool, launderette, children's park, fishing (small charge).Glan Gwna is 1.1l2 miles from the Town of Caernarfon. free wifi in clubhouse and outside clubhouse,]electric is by 5.00 and 10.00 card system obtained at the park outlet you will need to bring your own bed linen and pillow cases duvets and pillows are supplied by us also towels and tea towels are supplied. thank you for looking.
                            chalet
                            2br chalet
                              This property is available for hire to non smoking guests and no guest pets are allowed. Please contact the owners before booking if hirers have any specific allergies. The chalet with breathtaking views of the lake and its wildlife is within easy walking distance of all the on site facilities. It is situated in a sunny position at the end of a cul-de-sac and is not overlooked from the rear. The chalet was totally refurbished, decorated and newly furnished in 2015. It has the benefit of full gas central heating which also provides instant hot water. The chalet has been fully insulated and double glazed to ensure extra guest comfort for breaks throughout the year. Gas and electricity is included in the hire price. Parking is available in front and to the side of the chalet. A sunny but secluded paved patio area is located at the rear, complete with chairs,cushions a table and a parasol. The veranda has reclining loungers, chairs and a folding table. The fully equipped kitchen consists of an electric cooker with a double oven and ceramic hob, a fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and a washing machine. A toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery, pots, pans, iron/ironing board, vacuum cleaner and cleaning products are provided. The open plan lounge/dining area has two leather reclining sofas and a large, flat screen smart TV with a separate DVD player. Sky (viewing only) is available but hirers wishing to access this facility are requested to bring their own receiver and card. Connection should be to LMB 1. There is also a butterfly folding dining table with four chairs in addition to two occasional tables and lamps. The fully tiled shower room consists of a double corner shower unit, WC and basin.The master bedroom has a double bed, double fitted wardrobes,a flat screen television, one bedside cabinet and a three drawer chest. The second bedroom has two single beds, sliding double mirror fitted wardrobes, a bedside cabinet and a three drawer chest. Both bedrooms are equipped with duvets and pillows, but sheets, pillow cases, duvet covers and towels are not provided. The Glan Gwna Holiday Country Park is an ideal holiday location for couples and families. It is situated in Caeathro, 2 miles from the bustling town of Caernarfon renowned for its 13th century castle. The town has a wide variety of shops, bars, cafés, restaurants and a leisure centre, along with a harbour offering boat trips. It is a convenient location for visiting Snowdonia, the North Wales coast and Anglesey with its beautiful beaches. The award winning Dinas Dinlle beach is a short drive away. The Welsh Highland steam train station is near the castle, whilst Llanberis and the train up to the summit of Snowdonia is only 6 miles away. Caeathro has a well-stocked Londis store and petrol station. It is well-situated to access the main road links in the area. Glan Gwna Country Holiday Park has a lake, river and mature woodland, which offers a peaceful and tranquil setting. It also has an outdoor heated swimming pool that opens from the Spring Bank Holiday until the beginning of September. The poolside bar provides food and entertainment and there is a well fitted children's outdoor play area. Free Wi-Fi is available in all the recreational areas.Other facilities include a launderette, shop, beauty salon and café. Course, trout and salmon fishing is available at £8 per day or £40 per week but an NRA license is required. This immaculately furnished chalet with a breathtaking view of the lake is within easy walking distance of all the on site facilities. It is also situated at the end of a cul-de sac and is not overlooked from the rear.
                              lodge
                              Good
                              2 reviews
                              1br lodge
                              • Pets Allowed
                              The Dragon's Lair is a 4 person bunk room located 300m from the start of The Watkin Path to the top of Snowdon and 2 miles from the pretty village of Beddgelert deep in the heart of Snowdonia. The Dragon's Lair is access via the Community Room for Bryn Dinas Camping Pods which is closed to other guests between 10.30pm and 7.30am. The Lair has 2 bunk beds (sleeps 4 people) and has heating, lights, electric points, all crockery, cutlery, tea and coffee making facilities and a fridge freezer in the room. The bathroom block is approx 30 metres away (shared with the Camping Pods) and has 2 self contained bathrooms with toilet, basin and shower (included in the price). Beds have sheet, pillow and pillow case included in the price - bring your own sleeping bags. Other bedding packages available for an extra charge. There is a Community Room with library of maps and books, payphone and FREE access to the internet via a PC - WIFI is available and charged at £2 per night. On site laundry with coin operated washing machine and tumble dryer (£1 per hour) and a FREE drying room for wet coats and boots. Dogs welcome - charged at £1.50 per dog per night.
                              chalet
                              2br chalet
                                Lazy Lake Lodge is double glazed , has 2 bed rooms (double bed and twin room ) sleeps up to 4 ( at a push there is a fold down bed which can go in the lounge area for small person ) the bathroom has a shower over the bath, toilet and sink, tv with free view, fully equipped kitchen, outside table and chairs, electric heaters, wifi in and around club house and covering whole park. 2 fishing lakes and river, lots to see locally - great location ,electric is by card meter - cards are purchased from reception -Chalet 93 has wonderful lake views and is in a secluded in a wooded valley, only two miles from the Royal Town of Caernarfon . Newly decorated ,insulated and with a new oak cladding, An exclusive private caravan and lodge holiday home park set in an enviable position – a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Set in over 200 acres of landscaped woodland and is a true haven of peace and tranquillity, offering the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This 2 bed chalet offers all you would need for a great base to discover and explore north wales. The park has a club house with entertainment on throughout the summer and school holidays ,childrens play park, the heated outdoor pool is open from whit-sun until begining of september ,beauty salon, shop, takeaway and food served in the poolside bar. Glan Gwna offers you the perfect 'get away' location. Glan Gwna really does need to be seen to be believed, with its secluded landscaped grounds, private fishing lake, streams and rivers, woodlands and abundant wildlife. Glan Gwna is open for 10 months of the year, from 1st March to 4th January . Pillows and quilts are provided for each bed. Unless you have booked the linen service ,duvet covers, sheets, pillowcases and towels are not provided and you should take these with you. The duvets sizes are single or double . If you are used to sleeping in several layers of blankets you should take those with you.( there is a fee of £10 a bed if you require a linen service) A Paradise for walkers, cyclists, golfers, and those who appreciate the outdoor way of life. Located just an hour from Chester, one and a half hours from Liverpool and Manchester, very quiet and peaceful location Great central location to visit and explore north wales