Beautiful house set in the stunning scenery of the Snowdonia National park with the luxury of a outdoor hot tub and sauna. Newly fitted kitchen with underfloor heating and two lounges with log fires and inglenooks. Walking, climbing and scrambling on the doorstep.
Away from it all, a haven of peace and tranquillity in the stunning scenery of the National Park.
from £93 / night
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£650 - £1650
3 nights min stay
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- Beach / lakeside relaxation
- Nearest beach 15 km
- Suitable for children of all ages
- Car advised
- May take pets – please enquire
- Private garden
Late deal: save up to £300
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With Snowdonia at its heart, walkers are more than well catered for in Gwynedd, and the Irish Sea will satisfy any cravings for watersports. Explore the gorgeous LLeyn Peninsula and find out why Abersoch is known as the Welsh Riviera. Or visit the surprisingly cosmopolitan city of Bangor or the fantastic Penrhyn Castle. A region of majestic mountains, lush forests, sandy beaches, rivers and lakes, Gwynedd really is as picturesque as it sounds.