Find My Favourite Holiday Cottages in County Conwy

County Conwy is a beautiful area in North Wales with a rich history and stunning natural beauty. From castles to cable cars and beautiful beaches along the North Wales Coast, County Conwy has much to offer old and young alike.

Sleeps
34
Bedrooms
12

The Ship Inn, once a pub in Colwyn Bay, has been comfortably and stylishly converted to create a large, dog-friendly holiday cottage in North Wales sleeping 34 guests in 12 spacious bedrooms, with a 5-minute walk of the beach.

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L-shaped exterior of a barn conversion surrounded by open fields.
Sleeps
8
Bedrooms
4

Ty Newydd is an impressive, large rural cottage with stunning views of the Conwy Estuary. The pet-friendly holiday cottage in Colwyn Bay sits on the vast Bodnant Estate. It offers guests a truly luxurious property with extensive gardens, period features and a chance to connect with nature and the outdoors.

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An outdoor dining table underneath a parasol inside a fenced in terrace with rural views beyond.
Sleeps
2
Bedrooms
1

Gerreg Wen is a charming and secluded Conwy holiday cottage in Eglwys Bach. This rural cottage offers breathtaking views of Snowdonia National Park and is just a few minutes away from the coast. The pet-friendly cottage is perfect for those seeking a mix of rustic charm and modern comfort and features a cosy log fire. Additionally, the cottage boasts a generous garden where you can relax and breathe in the fresh air.

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Frontage of a creeper-clad stone farmhouse overlooking mature gardens.
Sleeps
12
Bedrooms
5

Enjoy self-catering holidays in North Wales with family and friends at Hendre Aled Farmhouse, a large and secluded pet-friendly farmhouse near Llansannan in the Conwy Valley. This 4-bedroom house sleeps 12. It is ideally located for exploring the North Wales coastal resorts and Snowdonia.

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Exterior of a stone built barn conversion overlooking a  courtyard with dining table and chairs.
Sleeps
2
Bedrooms
1

A gravel farm track leads guests to the restored 18th-century detached barn known as the Shippon, located in a North Wales village, boasting romantic charm, modern fittings, and a mezzanine bedroom for couples. Gardens and magnificent views surround this pet-friendly holiday cottage in Lechwedd.

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Exterior of a large whitewashed Welsh farmhouse and garden.
Sleeps
8
Bedrooms
4

Situated in an elevated rural location just outside the walled market town of Conwy, Cymryd Uchaf is a large and pet-friendly cottage. Its four lush gardens overlook lovely Conwy Bay and offer views of the nearby Snowdonia National Park. This 4-bedroom coastal cottage sleeps 8.

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A tall stone barn conversion and annexe surrounded by a lawn, open fields and mature woods.
Sleeps
8
Bedrooms
4

Llletty is a Grade II-listed stone farmhouse on the Bodnant Estate near Colwyn Bay in Conwy. The rural cottage has been lovingly restored, and its grounds include mature gardens, lawned areas, and a small Annexe. The pet-friendly property boasts an open fire and gorgeous views.

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A 3-storey, brick-built Welsh holiday cottage surrounded by lawns, fields and woodland
Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
3

Lletty is a luxurious Grade-II listed farm cottage located on the stunning Bodnant Estate in Conwy, Wales. This pet-friendly cottage guarantees seclusion and stunning views. It features an open fire, exposed beams, wooden and slate floors, a bread oven, and glorious grounds ideal for wining and dining.

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Exterior of an end-of-terrace rural holiday cottage with a large bay window and walled front garden. and
Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2

Our cottage provides self-catering accommodation in Snowdonia. We are small, dog-friendly, and located 5 miles from Betws y Coed. We are away from the hustle and bustle of Betws y Coed but close enough to take advantage of all the shops and restaurants. The village has a shop, pub, and restaurant.

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Explore Conwy Castle

  1. Built by Edward I in the late 13th century, it is an impressive example of military architecture and a must-see attraction in County Conwy. The Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-preserved medieval castles in the world. This medieval fortress is one of the most iconic landmarks in the county and offers stunning views of the surrounding area. Kids will love exploring the Castle's towers and ramparts and learning about its history.
  2. Go Round Bodnant Garden

Bodnant Garden is a National Trust property with a stunning collection of plants worldwide, including rare and exotic species. It's a perfect place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of North Wales. It's a great place for a picnic, and kids will love exploring the various paths and trails throughout the gardens.

  1. Explore The Great Orme

The Great Orme is a limestone headland that overlooks the town of Llandudno. Visitors can take a cable car or tramway to the top of the Great Orme to enjoy stunning views of the surrounding area and explore the ancient copper mines.

  1. Walk to Aber Falls

Aber Falls is a picturesque waterfall located in the foothills of the Carneddau mountain range. The falls are easily accessible by foot, and the surrounding area is great for hiking and wildlife spotting.

  1. Do The Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia National Park is home to some of the most stunning landscapes in the UK, including Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. Visitors can explore the park's rugged mountains, lakes, and forests on foot or by bike. Families can go hiking, biking, or enjoy a scenic drive through the park.

  1. Visit Llandudno

Llandudno is a Victorian-era seaside town that has retained much of its old-world charm. Visitors can stroll along the town's Victorian pier, shop in its elegant boutiques, and enjoy a traditional British seaside holiday. This charming Victorian seaside town is a great place to spend a day, with its sandy beaches, pier, and amusement arcades. Kids will love the traditional Punch and Judy shows, while adults can enjoy the town's many cafes and restaurants.

  1. Experience Portmeirion

Portmeirion is a unique Italianate village located on the coast of North Wales. It is a beautiful and surreal place to explore, built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in the early 20th century.

  1. Walk the Conwy Suspension Bridge

This historic bridge, designed by Thomas Telford, spans the River Conwy and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. It's a great place to take a family stroll and enjoy the fresh air.