Snowdonia lodges : Log Cabin Holidays

Sunday, June 16, 2019

North Wales and Snowdonia lodges

Alpine Lodge – Rhyd-y-foel Near Abergele, North Wales and Snowdonia

  • Sleeps 4/ 2 bedrooms
  • Large verandas to front of property
  • For Snowdonia lodges the Alpine Lodge is one of two luxury properties set in their own grounds on the rural outskirts of Rhyd-y-Foel. The Alpine Lodge is pleasant and comfortable in every way and boasts fantastic open plan design that makes it feel spacious and homely. Located just a few miles from the coastline at Abergele and Colwyn Bay, it is also an ideal base to make the most of the beautiful coastal charms nearby. All on one ground floor, there are two bedrooms – one double with fitted wardrobes and one twin. There is also a shower room with shower cubicle, basin and WC as well as a large open plan living area, dining area, and sitting area with flame effect gas fire.

    Regardless of whether you holiday at this property in the summer months or the winter, you will never fail to be comfortable and warm as the lodge has full LPG central heating throughout. The property also has all the mod cons that you’d ever need and is kitted out with a double gas oven, microwave, fridge freezer, colour TV with satellite, DVD and a CD player. If you’re lucky enough to have wonderful weather during your stay, you will also be able to make the most of the large verandas at the front of the property. They boast glorious views of the rolling hills and provide the perfect base with which to relax and unwind.

    Prices from £240

    Llwn Onn – Nercwys near Mold, North Wales and Snowdonia

  • Sleeps 4/2 bedrooms
  • Raised decked area
  • If tradition is what you require most, this pretty timber clad detached lodge is just for you. Built in the 1920s, the property contains all of its original and glorious charms but has been lovingly renovated and is now modern and welcoming in every room too. The property is also an ideal base to explore the great charms that are all around and is situated just two miles from the delightful market town of Mold – perfect for an afternoon trip. Located on the edge of Nercwys, the village also has a traditional and welcoming pub whilst the surrounding area is ideal for walkers and people who appreciate natural countryside. Similarly, the property is also in a great spot to visit the world-famous Snowdonia Mountain Range – so in terms of things to do, you will have plenty of variety.

    The accommodation itself is all set on a ground floor basis and comprises two bedrooms -one double and one twin as well as a bathroom with a bath, separate shower cubicle, basin and WC. There is also a fitted kitchen with a dining area. One of the most pleasant parts of the property however is the sitting room that is decorated lovingly and traditionally and boasts an open fire and French windows leading to a raised decked area.

    Prices from £234

    Cefn Cottage, Criccieth, North Wales and Snowdonia

  • Sleeps 5/3 bedrooms
  • Enclosed garden
  • This sublime property is the perfect base for relaxing and unwinding as it provides a picturesque location that also has plenty of things to see and do nearby. Situated on the owner’s 46 acre smallholding with a wide range of animals, it is an ideal retreat that boasts excellent views of both the Y Eifel and Snowdonia Mountain Range.

    The property itself is cosy and welcoming and has rooms all on a ground floor level. There are three bedrooms – one double and 1 x 4′ single with separate access to shared en-suite as well as 1x adult bunk. There is also an additional shower room with separate shower, basin and WC as well as a charming open plan living area with fitted kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with a coal-effect electric stove. All mod cons such as TVs with satellite, DVDs and microwave have all also been provided.

    With regards to the outdoor offerings, there is also access via French windows to the enclosed garden which proves to be a delightful and relaxing base for a warm summer’s evening. If you want to explore all the delights nearby however; the pretty seafront at Criccieth is a popular choice and offers two beaches, as well as a charming 13th century castle which is a delight to behold. All in all, if you want the ideal base to explore the coast and all its charms, this is certainly the place for you.

    Prices from £228

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