North Wales Holiday Cottages

North Wales is a place of outstanding natural beauty with wild coastline massively popular with extreme sport enthusiasts and sun loungers alike. North Wales holiday cottages are located in a vast range of beautiful locations, from lively coastal areas to plush rural countryside there is something for every taste. With a great blend of tranquil countryside escapes and buzzing nightlife, North Wales can suit an eclectic mix of holidaymakers, from families to groups of friends you can find something to capture your imagination in North Wales.

Self Catering North Wales

Self catering cottages in North Wales enable you to sample some of the local produce that the region is well known for. Whether you are flying along the sea on a surf board or ambling around one of the many sites of historical interest, self catering ensures that you are not worried about missing meals or what time you get back in an evening. You are free to plan your holiday around what you want to do, not what a hotel itinerary dictates. Self catering can be a great way to save on expense within your North Wales holiday, as you don’t get a room service bill every time you need a refreshment and save money on dining out.

North Wales Accommodation

There are many types of accommodation in North Wales and self catering cottages are among the most popular. As there are cottages all over the region you can find a perfect base to suit your needs. If you are a couple looking for a romantic getaway or a large group of friends seeking an activity based holiday, there is something for you. Have your North Wales holiday the way you want it, with self catering accommodation.

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North Wales

Well known as a magnet for mountain climbers, North Wales is definitely a destination for anyone who likes a challenge; but it isn’t all about scaling mountains, there is a whole host of wonderful things to do here, and much more to see than just mountainous terrain. North Wales has a spectacular variety of landscapes from sandy beaches and open seas to wonderful country walks. There are also plenty of stately homes, castles, museums and craft centres to explore and for thrill seekers; it is a great place to find a wide variety of outdoor adventures from surfing to coasteering, mountainboarding to zorbing and white water rafting to rock climbing.

Places to go in North Wales

Snowdonia is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and home to the highest mountains in England and Wales, as well as sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and breathtaking estuaries for visitors to explore. As well as glorious scenery, Snowdonia also has a rich heritage - there are a diverse range of attractions where you can find out more about bygone Wales and the mining community, steam railways and the traditional woollen mill industry. The Isle of Anglesey is just off the coast of North Wales and can be reached by crossing the Menai Strait over one of two spectacular bridges, which afford amazing views of the region. Anglesey has lots of bustling towns such as Beaumaris where you can visit the first castle to be built by Edward I after his defeat of the Welsh Princes. For something a bit different, head to the North Wales Borderlands - just an hour’s drive from Liverpool and Manchester. You will find yourself in one of Wales’ Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty the Clwydian Range.

Our Top Picks in North Wales

We want you to enjoy the best that North Wales has to offer and so here's a selection of our favourite things to see and do;

Crossing the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

The aqueduct and 11 miles of canal that come with it was made a world heritage site in 2009, and offers a chance to experience a truly spectacular journey. Crossing the Grade 1 Listed aqueduct in a narrowboat will give you a feeling of being suspended in mid-air as you journey along the 1000 ft long structure. Almost touching the sky, at 125 feet in the air, and with no barrier between you and the valley below it is a truly unique experience with jaw-dropping views. Although anyone is welcome to cross the aqueduct it is recommended that the elderly and children stay inside the boat whilst crossing.

White Water Rafting In Snowdonia National Park

Adrenaline junkies will love the white water rafting experience in Snowdonia National Park. The river Tryweryn which cuts through the park is a grade 3 and 4 boulder-strewn, fast flowing river with steep chutes, perfect for getting the pulse racing! There are regular sessions available practically all year round, and as long as a responsible adult is present, children as young as 12 can take part.

A Day in Portmeirion

Imagine a fairytale town surrounded by sub-tropical woodlands, close to sandy beaches and exotic gardens… that is the village of Portmeirion, a private peninsula in Snowdonia. There are cafes, restaurants, hotels and shops a plenty in this unusual destination, and over 5,000 species of plants including the tallest Chilean maiten tree in the UK and New Zealand Redwoods. As well as being a beautiful place to visit, Portmeirion is a must for fans of the TV series Prisoner as this is where the cult series was filmed; don’t forget to seek out the shop dedicated to the show on arrival!

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