Book a weekend at one of these fantastic self-catering lodges!
Not everyone wants to get pampered silly at a hotel for their holiday and, more importantly, not everyone can afford to do so.
Thankfully there are plenty of affordable options in North Wales where you can experience a considerable degree of luxury without spending an arm and a leg. The rise in popularity of the ‘self-catered accommodation’ has made things much easier for larger families, or even couples on a budget to enjoy a holiday in a unique location without having to spend a fortune. Although taking up residency in a lodge in Snowdonia might not have the same exotic appeal as staying in a villa in the South of France, North Wales offers a few benefits to British holiday makers looking to book a holiday full of adventure and natural beauty.
These self-catered lodges offer a chance to escape to a secluded part of North Wales:
The Nook in Snowdonia
If you’re looking for a quiet, romantic corner to relax in with that special one then you could do a lot worse than this tidy little annex in Snowdonia. Although this tiny studio-style property is attached to a larger property, you’re afforded plenty of privacy as well as being in close proximity to some of the best North Wales attractions like Llanrwst, Snowdon and Bodnant Gardens.
Pant Dafyss Goch
You’ll find this charming detached farmhouse just above the market town of Llangollen. Despite its thoroughly rustic appearance it comes with every kind of amenity that you’d expect from a modern property. Although you’re not far from civilisation here, the relatively isolated location will make you feel like you’re half the world away, offering a real escape to the country.
Ty Capel Saron
There’s room for 12 people to sleep at this massive renovated chapel house in the Ogwen Valley making it an ideal bolthole for a large family reunion or party. The kids are well catered to in this area with attractions such as Surf Snowdonia and Zip World only a few miles away. Dogs are welcome at this comfortable holiday home and with a shop and pub only a short walk away, you can leave your car parked up for your holiday.
This semi-detached barn conversion is placed within 40 acres of peaceful grassland with nothing but grazing livestock to keep you company and views of the stunning Moelfre mountain. Open beams and trusses give this spacious property a real rustic vibe and, best of all, the secluded Llandanwg Beach is only a 15-minute walk away. Dine alfresco during summer evenings or tuck yourself away for a cosy meal in the winter.
Celyn Farm Cottage
Dogs are welcome at this practically located cottage accommodation. The whitewashed stone walls and exposed beams reflect the age of this charming property which features a crog loft, complete with sloping, low-level ceilings. Outside seating is also provided, so you can enjoy a cup of tea in the morning with the fantastic scenery as a backdrop.