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The Cow Shed with Shared Pool Access
High quality 3 bedroom barn conversion, converted in 2015, relax and de-stress in coastal Snowdonia in stylish luxurious surroundings with the added benefit of shared access to a heated indoor swimming pool on the country estate and a lovely location nestled by greenery yet very close to the coast.
sleeps 6
number of bedrooms3
number of bathrooms2
2 dogs allowed 2
Features
wood burner
enclosed garden
own swimming pool
Weekly price guide:
£850 - £1450
Short breaks:
minimum 1 night stay

Next Available: 12 October to 16 October 20, more dates
Llanfendigaid 4 Star Rated Country House
Large country house with 11 bedrooms , set within the Snowdonia National Park by wooded gardens near the sea and benefiting from access to a heated indoor swimming pool on site. Rated 4 star by Visit Wales, this large house sleeps up to 21 and boasts spacious interiors and an indoor heated swimming pool, use of which is shared with holiday cottages within the grounds.
sleeps 21
number of bedrooms11
number of bathrooms4
no dogs allowed
Features
wood burner
enclosed garden
own swimming pool
wheelchair accessible
Weekly price guide:
£1700 - £3750
Short breaks:
minimum 3 night stay

Next Available: 14 September to 18 September 20, more dates
Milky Way Glamping
Milky Way Glamping, Abersoch, Gwynedd, Wales
Sleeps 6 luxurious tent with outdoor hot tub near Abersoch in the North of Wales.
sleeps 6
number of bedrooms3
number of bathrooms1
2 dogs allowed 2
Features
wood burner
Weekly price guide:
£780 - £1295
Short breaks:
minimum 3 night stay

Next Available: 09 October to 10 October 20, more dates
Milk Wood Luxury Lodges: Wnion Wood
2 bedroom, dog friendly log cabin located in Snowdonia in Wales. With a private hot tub and sauna, this luxury accommodation could be perfect for a relaxing self-catering holiday in Wales.
sleeps 4
number of bedrooms2
number of bathrooms1
1 dogs allowed 1
Features
wood burner
garden
Weekly price guide:
£420 - £795
Short breaks:
minimum 3 night stay

Next Available: 30 September to 19 December 20, more dates
A Luxury Welsh Cottage
A Luxury Welsh Cottage, Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, Wrexham, Wales
Unique charming cottage with own hot tub, offering a high standard of accommodation, ideal for romantic breaks.
sleeps 6
number of bedrooms3
number of bathrooms1
2 dogs allowed 2
Features
wood burner
enclosed garden
Weekly price guide:
£250 - £680
Short breaks:
minimum 3 night stay

Next Available: 31 August to 04 September 20, more dates
Gwynfryn Farm 4 & 5 Star Cottages with Indoor Pool, Gym, and Tennis Court
Collection of 4 and 5 star rated stylish barn conversions in Pwllheli, with wonderful shared leisure facilities which include an indoor swimming pool, tennis court, gym and childrens playroom.
sleeps 8
number of bedrooms4
number of bathrooms1
 dogs allowed
Features
wood burner
open fire
games room
garden
own swimming pool
Weekly price guide:
£250 - £1030
Short breaks:
minimum 2 night stay
North Wales is one of the UK’s most beautiful regions. Home to the stunning Snowdonia mountains, this area offers a wealth of different things to see and do when taking a luxury break. North Wales is a brilliant spot for family holidays, but can also be very rural and romantic.   A Brilliant Walking Break in the Snowdonia National Park Snowdonia is great for walkers and climbers of all abilities, and is widely renowned as one of Wales’ most scenic areas. This region is a great choice for ‘outdoors’ people looking to take a luxurious holiday: there are a huge variety of sporting options, such as cycling, fishing, watersports and golf. Don’t worry if you’re not the active type though; Snowdonia is also great for a relaxing luxury break. Rent a cottage near a beach, where you will find plenty of places to walk your dog or take a romantic stroll, and you can also enjoy a wide variety of delicious Welsh dishes in the numerous fantastic restaurants this area has to offer. The Snowdonia National Park has numerous towns and villages, which all have their individual charms and attraction.   A Luxury Holiday on the Lovely Isle of Anglesey The wonderful Isle of Anglesey usually needs no introduction; with 125 miles of coastline it’s a fantastic holiday spot for watersports, but is also great for history lovers with its numerous historical sites. Anglesey is a recommended location for those looking to take a special family holiday. Lovely beach towns like Benllech are full of traditional summer romance and the beautiful town of Beaumaris is home to the unfinished Edwardian masterpiece, Beaumaris Castle. This charming town is full of great independent restaurants and lovely gastropubs and its waterfront location also makes this a great choice for people who love watersports.   Charming Conwy Conwy is a beautiful area which is a great place to rent a luxury cottage, as there are so many things to see and do. Conwy town is an ancient walled town with the beautiful Conwy Castle overlooking the estuary. Conwy is home to Britain’s smallest house, which is just over 3 metres high and under 2 metres wide, and engineering buffs will love Thomas Telford’s famous Conwy Suspension Bridge. The lovely towns of Colwyn Bay and Llandudno are to the north, on the coast of Conwy. Here you will find charming seaside resorts and this part of Conwy is full of award-winning beaches, perfect for taking a romantic stroll or playing in the sand with the kids.   Explore Beautiful Gwynedd in Style Gwynedd is quintessential Wales: full of tranquil valleys, towering mountains, rivers, forests and fairytale castles. Bordered by the Irish Sea, this beautiful part of Wales is famed for its railways and magnificent countryside and coastline. Visit the stunning town of Harlech, where you will find towering sand dunes backed by the ubiquitous Harlech Castle.   Our top pick of North Wales’ best attractions: •    Parys Mountain on Anglesey offers a fascinating insight into the copper mining industry of the late 18th Century. Take a morning to walk around the quarry and mines, but be careful as the winds get high and fast. •    The Ffestiniog Railway in Gwynedd is the world’s oldest independent railway company. When you take a ride on their fantastic steam trains, you climb over 700 feet into the mountain ranges where the views are fantastic. The Snowdon Mountain Railway actually takes you to Snowdon’s summit; a once in a lifetime experience. •    Margam Country Park is set around the magnificent Margam Castle. A fantastic day out; there are plenty of things for children and adults to do, as the castle is set within 1000 acres of breathtaking countryside. If you’re thinking of taking your luxury self-catering holiday in North Wales, you can expect to stay in beautiful cottages with sea views, large country halls closer inland, luxurious farm buildings and superbly romantic log cabins.