Comfortable Holiday Homes In Wales

The Conwy of Ogwen Bank Country Park in Bethesda, Snowdonia, North Wales is a well-equipped cabin building with one double bed and one twin-sized bed. The cozy cabin has a bath with an overhead shower, with 2 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 4 people and 2 pets allowed. You can choose from traditional wooden lodges, comfortable holiday cabin buildings or a luxury two-person pod.

There is an outdoor hot tub in the Caernarfon Spa, S-Pod VIP, Ogwen Lodge Plus, Caernarfon Lodge Plus, and The Summerhouse only. The cabins have a television, a kitchen that includes a microwave or hob, grill and a microwave in the S-Pod only, dishwasher and washing machine except in the S-Pod and The Summerhouse, and a bath and/or shower. The Conwy has bed linens and duvets, double glazed and centrally heated, gas and electricity included, and travel cots and highchairs at an additional fee.

The Snowdonia Mountains and Coast area is a beautiful spot to visit. If you are looking for a holiday, a short break or a weekend away this is a place you'll want to visit. Home to Snowdon the highest mountain in Wales and England at 3,560 feet. This area is also the adventure capital where you can experience the world's fastest zip wire at the Zip World or ride the perfect wave at the Adventure Parc Snowdonia in a 300-meter lagoon or visit the brand new attraction of Adrenaline Indoors. They have over a hundred and fifty attractions for you to choose from and there are plenty of activities and outdoor opportunities. The area has a unique culture, a warm Welsh welcome and some of the finest food and drink, Snowdonia offers some of the United Kingdoms most exciting experiences of 2020.

Snowdon also is known as Yr Wyddfa in Welsh is the highest mountain in all of Wales and England. Snowdon is one of the most famous and recognizable landmarks and is well worth the visit. It stands tall over the village of Llanberis, Snowdon is a part of a close-knit family of jagged mountain peaks and offers views of Snowdonia, Pembrokeshire, Anglesey, and Ireland. You can choose from six different paths to conquer this 1,085-meter mountain giant which are the Llanberis path, Miner's Track, Pyg Track, Watkin Path, the Rhyd-Ddu Path or the Snowdon Ranger Path.

Another activity you can enjoy when visiting this area of Wales is the Wales Coast Path and Circular walks. The path follows the Gwynedd’s coastline, which stretches 180 miles from Llanfairfechan in the north of the county, all the way down to Machynlleth near the south of the county. By following the path you can enjoy all the splendor of the areas diverse landscape, where you'll find small coves and long sandy beaches, wild heathland and rugged cliffs. The path is part of the Wales Coast Path, which stretches 870 miles along the whole coast of Wales. To make the most of the coastal walking you'll find18 circular walks that have been developed by Gwynedd Council through funding received by the Coastal Communities Fund.

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