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Gwynedd is in North West Wales and is known to most as Snowdonia.
This county covers Llyn Peninsula, Snowdonia National Park and the Cambrian Coastline and it's here that you'll find the tallest mountains in England, a 200 mile shoreline of clean, sandy, beaches, majestic cliffs and areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty almost everywhere!
This national park is the place to be if you like outdoor activities like horse riding, water sports, exploring caves, cycling, walking, climbing, swimming, bird watching, golf, canoeing, caving or just being still and enjoying a breathtaking view. The beach at Trwyn is 5 miles long and Porthdinllaen - a fishing village - is just picture perfect. Endless miles of sand dunes stun the senses at Fairbourne beach So on the mouth of the Mawddach and they stretch further for miles to Bennar and Llandanwg - two quiet and more remote dune-backed beaches - then sweep into Harlech where you can explore the Castle and enjoy the sky, sand and sea. Black Rock Sands, with its rocky headland and pools, marks the start of the Llyn Peninsula. The beach is about two miles long and popular kitesurfers and picnickers. Criccieth beach has two smaller sand and pebble beaches, on a sunny, south-facing coast warmed by the waters of the Gulf Stream. Llanbedrog is perfect for family holidays with a National Trust beach, village and Abersocn close by for water sports and other amusements. In stark contrast is Porth Neigwl with its surf culture and the alternative monika of 'Hell's Mouth'! There are many beaches, bays, coves and headlands to explore here and over 150 attractions to choose from making it a wonderful spot for holidays.
Nestling in a delightful woodland glade The Sanctuary boasts a fabulous selection of stunning luxury lodges and timber cabins offering a serene haven in the heart of the rolling North read more
Plas Talgarth is set in acres of parkland at the southern tip of the Snowdonia National Park just five miles from the beautiful beaches of Aberdyfi and Tywyn. With its read more
Your whole family will be captivated by the 12 acres of natural woodland at Ogwen Bank. Situated in the Nant Ffrancon Valley in the foothills of Snowdonia where rabbits play read more
Hafan y Mor is perfectly positioned to explore Snowdonia National Park There are 500 acres of naturally beautiful space close by and the park boasts its own beach. There is read more
Greenacres is set in a splendid location on the flat coastal plain between Black Rock Sands and the foothills of Snowdonia. The long golden beach is just a stones throw read more
Hoseasons Brynteg is part of our Go Active Breaks Collection the perfect place to make the most of the great outdoors in the foothills of magnificent Snowdonia. Ideal for a read more
Hoseasons Bron Eifion Lodges offers you a tranquil base for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park these family run lodges and fishing lakes are perfect for a peaceful read more
Bryn Caled Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection lovingly restored from former Welsh farm buildings to create an exclusive cluster of luxury cottages in a stunning read more
Hoseasons Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park is set amidst 200 acres of an enchanting woodland valley within the Snowdonia National park this delightful park is conveniently located between the vibrant fishing read more
In the pretty village of Menai Bridge, the 200-year-old Anglesey Arms is rich in original charm and traditional character, with en suite rooms, tasty home-cooked food and real ales.
Located in Bala and surrounded by greenery, White Lion Royal Hotel dates back to the 16th century and offers accommodation with on-site parking free of charge 15 km from the read more