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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

North Wales Log Cabin Holidays

If you’re looking for some North Wales log cabin holidays, its a great place and may be the most beautiful region of Wales. It is largely rural and its many mountains combined with the coast on the Irish Sea make it a very popular area for tourism. Snowdonia National Park is a huge draw for visitors. Wales’ highest mountain is here adding to the popularity of the park for hiking. Stories dating from the time of King Arthur tell of Merlin’s dragons flying from the mountains of Snowdonia.

Three of the five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in Wales are located in North Wales. This includes the Isle of Anglesey. There are 125 miles of coastline in North Wales with beaches, dunes, and rocky headlands. In fact the beaches here are considered some of the best, not just in Great Britain but in all of Europe.

Below we have a selection of the best North Wales log cabin holidays

Brynteg, Llanrug, Caernarfon Gwynedd

Brynteg is a 5-star holiday park conveniently located in the Snowdonia National Park’s foothills. Relax at Brynteg while surrounded by some of the best landscapes and scenery that Wales has to offer. Brynteg is close to many of the wonderful attractions that bring people to North Wales, including the famous Ffestiniog Railway.

Brynteg has many different styles of accommodations from which to choose, from smaller more intimate cabins to larger lodges with more amenities. They also offer many different sizes of caravans. All of their accommodations include use of the pool, sports hall, fitness facilities, and all of their other great extras.

Prices from £219

Artro Lodges, Llanbedr, Gwynedd Gwynedd

The Artro Lodges in northwest Wales sit in the midst of Snowdonia. When you stay here for your holiday you are in easy reach of not only the mountains and their many hiking and walking trails, but also the beautiful beaches on the Irish Sea. From your cozy two-story lodge at Artro you can set out on visits to nearby grand old castles like Harlech and Caernarfon or take the Snowdon Mountain Railway to the summit of the Snowdonia’s highest peak. At the end of a long day of exploring, come back to Artro and soak in the outdoor hot tub.

Prices from £387

Bron Eifion Lodges, Criccieth, Gwynedd Gwynedd

Bron Eifion Lodges offers a variety of different accommodations that sleep from four to six people. These cozy family run lodges are in a beautiful wooded setting near Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula. Each lodge has a view of the 6-acre lake that is perfect for a relaxing afternoon of fishing. Each unit has a kitchen, a small terrace, and a barbeque.

The village of Llanystumdwy and the seaside town of Criccieth are only one mile away and both have pubs, restaurants, and shops for your convenience. The area is perfect for bird watching and walking, especially on the Llyn Peninsula that has a long distance footpath perfect for exploring the coast.

Prices from £315

Anglesey Lakeside Lodges, Anglesey

The Anglesey Lakeside Lodges are on nine acres of land surrounded by beautiful lakes perfect for fishing. These lodges are modern and well-appointed and each has a beautiful view of either the lake or the nearby countryside. They are all spacious and the lakeside lodges have large outdoor decks over the water. Both the lakeside and countryside lodges have outdoor hot tubs.

Snowdonia and the North Wales coast not are far from Anglesey. The town of Beaumaris is located right on the coast and offers shopping, pubs, and restaurants, as well as historic Beaumaris Castle.

Prices from £449

Glan Gors, Brynteg Anglesey

The Glan Gors holiday park is a perfect place for short break holidays. Choose between a wide range of either caravans or lodges in which to spend your days. There are many leisure facilities to enjoy, including a swimming pool, a fitness center, and five nearby golf courses. There is even a large play area for the children.

Located on the eastern coast of north Wales, Anglesey offers a wide array of sites and activities. It is considered to be haven for water sports such as windsurfing and kite surfing, water boarding, and surfing.

Prices from £340

Penvale Lake Lodges

If you are looking for a genuine log cabin holiday, the Penvale Lake Lodges are located in a beautiful secluded setting overlooking the town of Llangollen and a view of Fron Fawr Mountain. This is the perfect place to truly get away from it all. The lodges sleep from six to eight people and have outdoor decks and hot tubs. The facilities at the lodge include an indoor pool.

Activities in the area include canoeing, whitewater rafting, fishing, climbing, and nature walks. If you want a break from nature, make a visit to Llangollen for dinner and shopping.

Prices from £555

Pen-y-Garth Lodges, Bala, Gwynedd Gwynedd

Pen-y-Garth Lodges in Snowdonia National Park is the ideal spot for relaxing with a beautiful backdrop of mountains and valleys. Pen-y-Garth has four different style lodges and they sleep from four to six people. They all have completely equipped kitchens and large decks on which to enjoy the scenery.

Nearby is Bala Lake, a huge draw for those who love water sports. It is the largest area of open water in Wales. When not enjoying the water, there are plenty of great hiking and nature walk areas, as well as the Llechwedd Slate Caverns. The town of Machnylleth has a subterranean river that leads through a waterfall and into King Arthur’s Labyrinth.

Prices from £259

Ogwen Bank Country Park, Bethesda, Bangor Gwynedd

Sitting near the Ogwen River, the Ogwen Bank Country Park is on 12 acres of beautifully wooded land in Snowdonia. All of their country homes are fully equipped, including kitchens. You can choose between six to eight bed caravans or more luxurious two or three bedroom pine lodges. The lodges each have private decks.

Ogwen Bank Country Park is a centrally located near many of the beautiful sites of the area. Enjoy biking around the Gwydir Forest or skiing at Pas y Brenin. Fishing for sea trout is also available in the Ogwen River.

Prices from £258

Plas Talgarth, Pennal, Snowdonia Gwynedd

Plas Talgarth is the perfect place to spend a log cabin holiday while discovering Snowdonia. Their apartments, bungalows, and villas are located in the valley of the River Dyfi and the Plas Talgarth park facilities include indoor and outdoor pools, a solarium and steam room, and a bar with a variety of entertainment. At Plas Talgarth you can relax in their salon with a variety of beauty treatments after a day of exploring.

There are several beaches close by like the well-known Welsh seaside resort of Aberystwyth. If you are into old-fashioned railway systems, the Tall-y-llyn steam railway is also nearby.

Prices from £460

Ty Ni Park, Caeathro, Gwynedd Gwynedd

Ty Ni Park is set in a location that is ideal for exploring the Coast of North Wales and the Snowdonia mountains and valleys. The cozy wood-sided chalets in the park sleep six, making them perfect for a family holiday. On site activities include fishing, swimming in the pools, and working out in the gym. They also have a beauty salon and a bar that offers take away food. The setting of the park lends itself to long walks in the countryside.

Ty Ni Park is just a short drive from Caernarfon Castle, one of the most impressive castles in Wales.

Talacre Beach, Talacre, Prestatyn Flintshire

The Talacre Beach holiday park is a five-minute walk from the well-known beach for which it is named. The park has a country club and a leisure complex that has a heated swimming pool, spa bath, and a sauna. There is also a lounge and recreation room for the entire family as well as a restaurant. The different sized caravans they offer sleep four to eight people.

Talacre Beach Park is near the old towns of Chester and Flint. This area is full of historical sites like a medieval castle and Holywell, which is where the pilgrimage spot of Winefride’s Well is located.

Prices from £170

Aberdunant Country Park, Porthmadog, Gwynedd

  • 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
  • Private hot tub
  • Aberdunant Country Park is a beautiful 200 acre patch of gorgeous woodland that looks as if it has been lifted right out of a fairytale. The park is right nearby the Porthmadog fishing port and the beaches, and also next to the beautiful mountain region of Beddgelert which offers you some wonderful nature trails and hiking routes. There is a restaurant and bar in the park as well as a lovely children’s play area.

    Currently there are six different sets of lodges and caravans at the site. Elm and Elm 2 are both caravan accommodation with Elm designed for two people with a double bed and Elm 2 made for four people with a twin bed in addition to the double. Snowdon 2 and Snowdon 3 follow the same pattern as this and Snowdon 2 is for 4 people, whereas Snowdon 3 is a lot bigger and designed for 6 people. Oak is the last caravan and sleeps six with one double and two twin beds. The only lodge on the site is Bluebell lodge which offers room for six people and comes with a flatscreen TV and your own private hot tub.

    Prices from £180

    Gwydyr View Lodges ,Trefriw, Conwy, Gwynedd

  • 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
  • Private hot tubs
  • The Gwydyr View Lodges are located in the beautiful area of Conwy which boasts a wonderfully historical setting and is right on the edge of the Snowdonia mountain edges meaning that you get some amazing views out over the area. They offer you just the right level of isolation and relaxation to make you feel refreshed and rejuvenated and if you want to visit the local areas or walk around the historic Conwy area they are just a short drive away.

    Gwydyr Clwyd and Cwydyr Conwy are both luxury timber clad caravans which sleep four people on a double bed and one twin bed. Gwydyr Conwy has an ensuite with the double bed where as those who stop in Gwydyr Clwyd share a family bathroom. Gwydyr Alyn Lodge, however, is a beautiful lodge that sleeps six people with a double bed and two twin beds. It has a beautiful open plan living room and if you step out onto your private balcony you’ll find that you have your own private hot tub to enjoy.

    Prices from £335

    Sanctuary Lodges, Pwllheli, Gwynedd

  • Luxury lodges
  • 5 Star facilities

  • The Sanctuary Lodges in Pwllheli in Gwynedd are a beautiful and relaxed location to spend your welsh holiday in and the site offers four different lodges for you to choose from. The site itself offers you a relaxing and peaceful area to spend your time in, but there are a wide range of 5 star activities for you to indulge in if you want a bit of entertainment. There’s an adventure playground for the kids and a swimming pool and Jacuzzi for the adults plus the chance to go fishing out on the lake or even take your own boat out there.

    Sanctuary Lodge 2 VIP sleeps four people in style and offers a double bed and one twin bed, where as the upgraded Sanctuary Lodge 3 VIP offers six people a master king sized bed and two twin beds, or a double bed and bunk beds depending on what you’re looking for. Both of the Sanctuary Lodges are luxury lodges and have their own private hot tubs. Sanctuary Cabin 2 is a cosy little lodge for four people whilst the upgraded Sanctuary Cabin 3 offers accommodation for six people and has an extra twin bed.

    Prices from £305

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