Croseo! The winds outside are ferocious this weekend. In fact, some spots in the UK are experiencing 113mph winds. With weather like that we thought you’re probably staying indoors and that you might need cheering up, which is why we thought you might like to turn your thoughts to your summer holiday.
Here we take a look at three fantastic summer beach and cottage holidays in Wales. Have a read. Imagine yourself there. We guarantee the thought of late night walks across the sand and pub meals eaten outside in the evening with a view of some of Wale’s most breath-taking sights will beat your January blues in an instant.
Stay at Ty Popty Holiday Cottage, Gwynedd, Snowdonia
This three bedroomed cottage based in a bustling village at the heart of the Snowdonia National Park would make the perfect summer getaway. The cottage can sleep six people. It overlooks the River Colwyn and has mountains, forests, beaches and a lake on its doorstep. As if that wasn’t enough to keep you busy, Ty Popty Holiday Cottage is situated within the quaint village of Beddgelert, which not only has pubs, a post office and restaurants, but you can also board the brilliant Welsh Railway steam train here.
Inside, you’ll find a roll top bath, an aga and a wood burner. The cottage is homely and cosy – the perfect space to unwind after a busy and active day. Dogs are also welcome at Ty Popty.
You can find out more information or book Ty Popty holiday cottage for your summer holiday here.
To see more pictures of Ty Popty, check out the Ty Popty gallery.
From £385.00 to £580.00 per week. The cottage can sleep up to six.
FACT: Did you know there are 750 miles of coastline in Wales? It makes it a perfect destination for a perfect summer holiday retreat
Cae Berrlan Holiday Cottages, Caernarfon
Ann and Mike run the three Cae Berrlan Holiday Cottages and they do a fantastic job as their holidays homes are perfect for a lot of different people.
Firstly, you have families, who enjoy the play area which comes with a secured, gated garden and play equipment. There are also horses, ponies and a 70 acre orchard (a fantastic spots for picnics) that slightly older children will enjoy.
Then, for the active holidaymakers, Cae Berrlan can offerstabling for horses, as well as parking for jet skies and boats. The cottages also skirt Snowdonia, so walks are a plenty and there is a great cycle path one mile from the holiday homes. Impressive, isn’t it?
You can find out more information or book Cae Berrlan Holiday Cottages for your summer holiday here.
To see more pictures ae Berrlan, check out the Cae Berrlan Holiday Cottage gallery.
From £190.00 to £575.00 per week. The cottage can sleep up to fourteen.
Rhos Country Cottages, Snowdonia, near Porthmadog
The beaches near Porthmadog are some of our most favourite spots in Wales. If you’ve never seen them, we really recommend a visit.
And staying at one of the Rhos Country Cottages will only serve to enhance your trip. The holiday homes are nestled within 200 acres of land and come complete with four poster beds, saunas, Jacuzzis, oaks beams, log fires and a snooker room. There are also walks and cycle paths nearby, as well as a spot for watching blue tits, woodpeckers and all manner of other birds.
Once you’re done for the day, there are also restaurants and a takeaway nearby for you to refuel and relax.
You can find out more information or book Rhos Country Holiday Cottages for your summer holiday here.
To see more pictures of Ros Country Cottages, check out the Rhos Country Cottages Holiday gallery.
From £360.00 to £1200.00 per week. The cottage can sleep up to fourteen.
- Smallest Cottage (sleep 2 – 4) from 360.00 low season to 850.00 high season
- Largest cottage (sleep up to 8) from 460.00 low season to 1200 high season