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The region of North Wales is bordered by the Irish Sea to the north and west, the English counties of Shropshire and Cheshire to the east, and Ceredigion, Powys and the rest of Wales to the south. It is a wild and rural area, best-known for its rugged mountains, beaches, waterfalls and scenic trails. North Wales includes Holyhead, Llandudno, Wrexham, Bangor, Colwyn Bay, and Deeside. Holiday cottages in North Wales can be found amid the soaring mountains and shimmering lakes of Snowdonia National Park, the green, rolling countryside around Wrexham, or on the spectacular coasts of the mainland and the Isle of Anglesey, where pristine, sandy shores and clifftop walks await discovery.

39 cottages found 39 match all criteria.

Ysgubor Penrallt is a little treasure; a romantic, rural retreat for two near Bangor in North Wales with superb sea views across the Menai Straits to Anglesey. A perfect coastal location for couples exploring North Wales beaches and Snowdonia in all seasons.

Based on a rural smallholding near Benllech on the Isle of Anglesey, Crow’s Nest Cottage is a detached stone-built holiday home perfect for a coast and countryside holiday in North Wales. The attractive cottage is steeped in character, with stunning seaside views, perfect for small families.

This former 19c Isle of Anglesey rural stately home has been thoughtfully converted to create 5 homes. Tan y Graig, with 6 bedrooms sleeping 16 is the largest of these. It is a luxury, pet friendly coastal holiday home, retaining may of the Hall's original, beautifully restored features.

Comfortably appointed, this detached property consists of two bedrooms (one double and one twin, both en-suite) and can accommodate up to four people.

Nestled in the picturesque countryside outside Caernarfon and nearby Snowdonia, Bluebell Cottage is a lovingly restored, two-bedroom barn conversion with the boundless hills of Welsh mountain countryside and coast on your doorstep - perfect for a relaxing family break in North Wales.

View this tranquil romantic getaway in Snowdonia. Lily Cottages offers snug and comfortable 1-bedroom accommodation of a high standard for 2-3 guests. With far-reaching countryside and mountain views, this charming cottage near Caernarfon is also within easy reach of the coast.

Llys Offa is a spacious family-friendly cottage offering tranquillity, multiple spaces for relaxation, a games room, sauna and outdoor heated swimming pool, all of which sit beside a running stream, just a stroll from the village of Ruabon and within easy reach of the attractions of North Wales.

Beech Cottage is a cosy, semi-detached Anglesey cottage in the rural village of Tynygongl. This countryside holiday cottage in North Wales is child-friendly and only half a mile from the coast.

Ty Cerrig is a rural cottage lying in the stunning Bodnant Estate in Colwyn Bay, Conwy. The pet-friendly cottage offers verdant gardens, multiple outdoor entertaining spaces, wonderful views and true seclusion. A woodburning stove adds to the property’s charm, and woodland surrounds the cottage.

Amazing beach views are available from this enchanting family and pet-friendly cottage for six in Anglesey. This rural seaside cottage near Llonddona is single-level with three bedrooms and an open plan. Book a holiday at Hen Felin Uchaf, and prepare to be swept away!

This detached family house rests in Trearddur Bay in Holy Island, North Wales and can sleep six people in four bedrooms.

Based on the Isle of Anglesey Bwthyn Gwyn is a meticulously restored stone built barn conversion, reappointed as a vibrant and welcoming holiday home in the countryside. Perfect for small families, the two-bedroom property combines contemporary comforts with rustic style for a relaxing breakaway.

This superb, pet friendly Edwardian seaside holiday home on Anglesey is large enough to accommodate up to 14 guests by the sea in Cemeas Bay. With sea views from most rooms and a garden bordering the beach its perfect for holidays all year round for large families or groups of friends.

Richmond Hall is a grand, luxurious rural cottage set among gorgeous grounds in St Asaph, North Wales. It treats guests to a heated swimming pool, gym, sauna, games room and all-weather tennis court, as well as luxury décor, traditional charm and a glass summerhouse, plus access to lovely St Asaph.

Sandy beaches lie just moments from 5 Cae Derwydd, a modern coastal cottage at Cemaes Bay, Isle of Anglesey. The spacious and welcoming cottage caters perfectly for families and their pets with ample grounds and outdoor areas, plus light and airy spaces, contemporary comforts and ocean views.

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

This large, family-friendly holiday home in North Wales sleeps 12 guests in 5 bedrooms, yards from the beach in Rhos on Sea near Colwyn Bay. With a large and well-equipped games room and secure rear garden, Meadway House offers beach holidays with days out in Snowdonia. Pets welcome.

Minafon is a gorgeous stone-built cottage reached by a bridge over a stream. The romantic cottage welcomes pets and enjoys a wonderful view of the Bodnant Estate and the region of Colwyn Bay in Wales. Exposed stone walls, the log fire and beams add character and blend with the contemporary styling.

A large, detached and comfortably furnished holiday property in Denbighshire, The Farm House in Llantysilio sleeps 14. It is a pet friendly holiday home in a rural location beneath the Maersyrchen Mountain near Llangollen. It sleeps 14 guests and is perfect for walking and family holidays.

A ground floor apartment, one of two holiday properties in the grounds of the owners home, sleeping five people in three bedrooms, on the Isle of Anglesey.

Tranquillity is assured at Hay Store, a rural cottage surrounded by countryside in Corwen, North Wales. Situated just moments from Snowdonia, the pet-friendly cottage offers spacious, furnished grounds with a hot tub, reminders of yesteryear, tiled floors, contemporary comfort and fresh clean air.

Gerreg Wen is a secluded and charming cottage in Eglwys Bach, Conwy. The rural cottage enjoys wonderful views of Snowdonia National Park and is just moments from the coast. The pet-friendly cottage promises rustic charm, modernity and a log fire, as well as a generous garden, fresh air & relaxation.

This is a Welsh beauty! A large 16-bedroom pet friendly holiday property with off-road parking sleeping up to 59 guests on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in Penmaenmawr. Located on the North Wales coast near Conwy, Mountain View is just a 10-minute walk from the beach.

Y Bwthyn is a sophisticated coastal cottage set amid green fields near Menai Bridge in North Wales and Snowdonia. The Victorian era cottage enjoys views of the nearby mountains & ample outdoor spaces, as well as an elegant interior with reminders of yesteryear, plus oak furniture & a cosy log fire.

North Wales is dotted with ancient sites – perhaps none more iconic than Caernarfon Castle, which took 37 years to build, and is renowned as one of Europe's best-preserved medieval fortresses. You won't want to miss another historical site during your stay in a holiday cottage in North Wales. Erdigg Hall is a magnificent stately home with opulent interiors and an 18th-century walled garden.

One of the most popular activities on self-catering holidays in North Wales is the strenuous ascent to Mount Snowdon's summit – Wales' highest mountain, at 1,085 metres. Nearby, in the pretty town of Blaenau Ffestiniog, the country's steepest narrow-gauge railway explores the spectacular Llechwedd Slate Caverns – an unforgettable day trip for visitors on self-catering holidays in Wales.

Overlooking the lush Conwy Valley, Bodnant Gardens cover 88 acres, with a waterfall and exquisite Italianate terraces. The gardens are near Colwyn Bay, a Victorian seaside resort, nestled between the Irish Sea and the towering hillside of Pwllycrochan Woods. A wander along the three-mile promenade that overlooks the sandy shore is highly recommended. Nearby, Llandudno is a classic seaside resort with a 19th-century pier and plenty of nostalgic amusements. Further east, Rhyl another popular resort with a sandy beach, an aquarium, and botanical gardens.

Harlech Castle is one of North Wales' iconic landmarks, perched precariously on a crag, overlooking the crashing waves. The town of Harlech is a lovely place to explore by foot, with a sandy beach and a historic centre with a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants.

Gwynedd is a wonderful destination for hiking, with great swathes of hilly countryside to explore. The village of Dinas Mawddwy is an excellent base from which to discover the area, located at the convergence of the Cerist and Dovey rivers, at the foot of two imposing hills. The secluded beaches and unspoiled countryside of the Isle of Anglesey have attracted visitors for centuries.

The island is dotted with pretty villages such as Moelfre, a lovely fishing community with a historic harbour. The town of Beaumaris is a must-see on the Isle of Anglesey, with fine Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Don't miss the chance to climb to the top of South Stack Lighthouse, for breathtaking views of the coast.

Near the twin towns of Porthmadog and Tremadog, the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways pass ancient woods, sweeping estuaries and spectacular stretches of the North Wales coast. Further west, the Llyn Peninsula is home to long-extinct volcanic peaks, rocky bays, and wild hills scattered with Iron Age forts. The charming villages of Abersoch and Morfa Nefyn are idyllic bases for visitors to this remote North Wales region.

Further east, near the English border, the bustling market town of Wrexham is packed with independent businesses. Nearby, the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct towers over the Vale of Llangollen. Designed by Thomas Telford, it symbolises the industrialisation of the region in the early 19th century.