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Nestled within the captivating landscapes of County Conwy, Dolwyddelan beckons visitors with its unique blend of historical allure and natural splendour. This picturesque Welsh village, situated within the embrace of Snowdonia National Park, offers an ideal destination for self-catering holidays in Dolwyddelan, ensuring a delightful retreat for those seeking tranquillity and exploration.

At the heart of Dolwyddelan stands the medieval fortress, Dolwyddelan Castle, a formidable structure dating back to the 13th century. Perched atop a hill, the castle provides a fascinating journey through Wales' medieval history and offers panoramic vistas of the surrounding countryside. Guided tours unfold the tales embedded within the castle's stone walls, enriching visitors' understanding of the region's rich heritage.


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

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.

  • Accessible By Train
  • Active Holidays
  • Countryside Cottages
  • Dog-Friendly Holiday Cottages
  • Independent Cottages
  • Short Breaks
  • Small Cottages
  • Walking Holidays

Dolwyddelan holiday cottages, scattered throughout the village, add a touch of traditional Welsh charm to the visitor's experience. Each cottage exudes its own unique character, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for those seeking a self-catering escape. These accommodations seamlessly integrate with the village's narrow lanes, offering an authentic glimpse into local architecture and fostering connections with the welcoming community.

For nature enthusiasts, Dolwyddelan provides an excellent base to explore the scenic wonders of Snowdonia National Park. The village's proximity to mountain trails and cascading waterfalls caters to hikers and walkers seeking immersive outdoor experiences. The nearby Lledr Valley, with its lush greenery and the melodic flow of the River Lledr, further enhances the appeal for those yearning to reconnect with nature.

Whether admiring the medieval fortress, traversing scenic landscapes, or indulging in local flavours, visitors to Dolwyddelan are sure to find an enchanting and rejuvenating escape.