Dolgellau holiday cottages are ideally located for exploring the beautiful Snowdonia National Park and the north Wales coast.
This dark-stoned former slate town in Gwynedd lies on the banks of the River Wnion in the shadow of Cadair Idris. Surrounded by lush countryside and packed with some of Wales' most beautiful architecture, Dolgellau is undoubtedly one of the country's most enchanting towns. Take a wander through pretty squares and narrow streets from your Dolgellau holiday cottage, and you will notice remnants of a thriving woollen industry, with old mills scattered along the riverbank. Dolgellau has 200 listed buildings - more than any other town in Wales. Don't miss Cymer Abbey, which dates back to 1198, or the main bridge over the river, built in 1638. The town centre is full of independent shops and eateries, and there is a regular farmers' market where you can pick up the finest local meat and cheese. Dolgellau is a popular base for climbers tackling the ascent to the summit of Cadair Idris - a strenuous hike with breathtaking views of the estuary and coast.
Bryn Cemllyn is a large rural holiday cottage in Gwynedd that sleeps 12. Located in the Coed-y-Brenin Forest near Dolgellau, it lies inland from the coast at Barmouth and just south of the Snowdonia National Park - a fabulous location for holidays in the Great Outdoors. Pets Welcome.
Pandy Isaf is a delightful detached rural cottage beside the River Clywedog in Dolgellau, North Wales. The large and pet-friendly cottage features spacious rooms with exposed beams, a wood burner and stone walls, contemporary elegance, manicured grounds, serenity and proximity to Snowdonia.
Outdoor enthusiasts of all ages can use Llety’r Bugail, a country cottage with mountain views located in the small market town of Dolgellau, Gwynedd, as their home base to explore scenic Snowdonia National Park by foot or mountain bike or make a day of it at nearby Fairbourne Beach. Sleeps 6.