Holiday rentals and lettings in Gwynedd

Holiday rentals and lettings in Gwynedd

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Holiday Rental for 2 People in Abersoch, Gwynedd
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Abersoch, Gwynedd
Holiday Rental • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
This stylish and beautifully presented studio with open plan lounge, kitchen, dining room and bedroom and lovely grounds it is a great space to enjoy time together. Whether for a relaxing romantic break or an active weekend to enjoy the most of Abersoch and the Llyn beaches, coves and countryside Y Ddol Bach offers a well designed space and makes no comprise on style and luxury.Size: Sleeps 1Nearest Shop: 1.1 mileNearest Pub: 1.1 mileCoast: 0.8 milePets: 1 small dog allowed by arrangement, £50 per pet per weekSmoking: No smoking insideRooms: Ground Floor:  open plan kitchen/dining/livi...
from £77 / night
Holiday Rental for 2 People in Gwynedd, North-Wales
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Gwynedd, North-Wales
Holiday Rental • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
Designed around the idyllic view, this beautiful studio apartment for 2 in Aberdaron encourages you to sit back in complete relaxation. With a large glass frontage, views over this picturesque coastal village and out to sea can be enjoyed from all corners of the main room.Explore the village of Aberdaron with its mile-long beach and range of amenities, including a thatched roof bakery, wonderful cafes and 2 pub restaurants. There is also a National Trust visitor centre, direct access to the Wales Coast Path, and boat trips to Bardsey Island. Sometimes referred to as the "Land's End of ...
from £143 / night
Holiday Rental for 2 People in Llyn Tegid, Gwynedd
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Llyn Tegid, Gwynedd
Holiday Rental • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
Within walking distance of Bala market town, this beautifully renovated cottage for 2 is the ideal base for your holiday in Snowdonia. Located within a private yard, the cottage offers direct access to restaurants, cafes, shops and bars, as well as a traditional cinema, a steam train and Llyn Tegid, the largest natural lake in Wales with a range of watersports facilities.In addition, you can enjoy a range of popular attractions within a short drive, including The National White Water Rafting Centre, Zip World, Bounce Below and Coed y Brenin Mountain Biking Centre. Other recommended day...
from £67 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices in Gwynedd

£197for 22 Jun - 29 Jun
£212 annual average
Average price per week

Current holiday letting availability in Gwynedd

14%for 22 Jun - 29 Jun
52% annual average
Percentage of available lettings

Highlights in Gwynedd

  • Beautiful nature
  • Snowdonia National Park
  • Penrhyn Castle
  • Cultural monuments
  • Maritime Museum

Holiday rentals and lettings in Gwynedd

Surrounded by fascinating architecture and culture in Gwynedd

Gwynedd is a unitary authority in the UK that, although it may not have a considerable population concentration, it does have enough territory to impress you with its tourist attractions and unbelievable beauty. Holiday rentals in this part of the UK are lovely options and near to the most popular tourist attractions in the area, you can stay in locations such as Dolgellau which is just a few minutes from Barmouth and Bronaber. You can choose alternatives that are closer to the more popular places in Gwynedd, there will probably be plenty of things to see and do around.

Charming holidays in the UK are possible

Holidu has some of the best selections of holiday rentals, all with different decors and appearances you can choose according to your preference: stone or wood finishes, with an old British touch, you'll feel different as soon as you step in! Many have outdoor furnishings with terraces and even barbecues, depending on the structure of the house or the flat. Indoors, you will find the warmth of a home without losing the uniqueness and modernity of a holiday rental, with well-equipped bathrooms and bedrooms and the finest commodities.

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The area and getting around

Let's learn more about Gwynedd

Gwynedd is classified as a preserved area situated in the northwest of one of the distinctive parts of the United Kingdom: Wales. It lies geographically on the boundaries with Powys, the county borough of Conwy, Anglesey just above the Menai, Ceredigion on the River Dyfi and Denbighshire. Among the features - or qualities - that make this British area most distinctive are the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park that make up the territory. Be the biggest fan of the land by discovering the area's rich wildlife and exciting culture; here you'll celebrate all its beauty, including natural and iconic landmarks, forests, rivers and even beaches.

You can't miss any of this

Gwynedd's diverse range of towns and tourist attractions will amaze you, with well-known towns such as Bangor, with streets full of culture and history that will leave you longing for more, and the best part is: the locals are so friendly! Your time here will be very pleasant, and you will enjoy the delightful mountain atmosphere that is typical of the area. On the other hand, we also recommend you to visit one of the most picturesque villages in Wales, a place that only Gwynedd could give you! Caernarfon, its medieval fortress will delight you along with the tranquil canals that frame it, you can't miss any of these places!

Travellers and activities

Gwynedd for beach lovers

When we have gone too far without resting, our bodies starts to demand a break, and that time of recovery could be spent on a wonderful beach in Barmouth: Barmouth Beach. One of the greatest aspects of this popular beach is that it tends to be a little less crowded in the high seasons, so you can relax and unwind while you spend the day there. It's a great beach for canines, with plenty of space for them to run and play with other doggie friends or with your kids, and several beachfront ice cream parlours and attractions for you and your family to experience a day out with a twist. The views are certainly breathtaking, you must stay until sunset and watch it for yourself.

Gwynedd for castle lovers

Wales has got some of the loveliest and most intriguing monuments in the UK, and the ones we'd love to talk about the most are castles; we highly suggest you to visit Penrhyn Castle in Bangor, it's so beautiful and has a full tour of the interior rooms, as well as the halls and kitchens, all preserved in their time period, it's literally time travel! The construction is very solid with an abundance of high-quality stone and wood, it is all originally embroidered, you won't find any relief anywhere. Plus, a wander around the gardens is a must, they are well-maintained and beautiful. The site also has a railway museum which contains displays and exhibitions of the steam trains that were used when they extracted slate from a nearby mine, very interesting!

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Top 5 travel tips in Gwynedd

1. "The best scarcity is the scarcity of words"

This is an age-old Welsh adage that you will come to understand when you visit the mountains and wilderness of Gwynedd, especially when you tour Snowdonia, you will be lost for words to describe such a beauty. Here, you can opt for three-day tours that will have you enjoying the elusive beauty of Wales in vivid detail, commencing at places such as Conwy Castle, going on through Caernarfon, and taking you on breathtaking tours of landmarks such as Chester Cathedral.

2. Try out canyoning in Snowdonia

If you're an adrenaline junkie, then canyoning certainly is for you, it's a great adventure! In Snowdonia, you'll have the chance to slide down huge waterfalls and do huge jumps in the Gwynedd wilderness with several operators; here they provide abseiling with all the equipment you require to make your visit to Gwynedd an experience of a lifetime.

3. Learning about the West Coast's maritime history

You'll love Porthmadog, located on the north coast of Cardigan Bay, just off the West Coast of the UK. Its maritime history is quite interesting, dating back to a time when the district used to be distant, and therefore the only way they could get around was through the sea. You will find there a remarkable museum in the harbour, the Maritime Museum, which has amazing artefacts that explain the seafaring activities of the area, including shipbuilding, the sailors’ lives and also how the boats of that time were built.

4. Find your own way up to the top

A trekking challenge you may not want to miss at the Snowdon Horseshoe, this zone has been described as one of the best ridge walks in Wales for its dreamlike terrain and vertigo-inducing drop-offs, this is for the bravest of the brave! The whole route is made up of a horseshoe of ridges to the East of Snowdonn, we recommend you have a guide with you to ensure you are well-equipped and supported along the way.

5. Let's go to the 13th century

Caernarfon Castle is a medieval monument that dates back to the 13th century, more precisely to the 1277, built by King Edward I of England, at a time when the kingdom that held power in Wales was controlled by the British Empire. A visit to this castle is a must on your trip. As soon as you enter you'll see fabulous glass decorations that call out to the botanist, plus the views from the outside are enchanting; you'll be able to appreciate them at any of the restaurant tables that operates there. The streets leading up to the fortress are lined with bars and shops where you can grab a bite to eat or a drink, not to be missed!

Information about holiday lettings in Gwynedd

🏡 Holiday lettings available: 3429 properties.
💳 Discount available: up to -36%.
🌙 Minimum price per night: from £32.
⭐ Most popular amenities: Wi-Fi, garden and balcony.
🐾 Pet-friendly: 2029 properties.
👩‍👩‍👧‍👦 For families: 7% of the properties.

FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Gwynedd

Which facilities are offered at the holiday lettings in Gwynedd?

When looking at the amenities you can find on Holidu, it appears that the holiday lettings in Gwynedd contain everything that tourists need! Here, holiday lettings generally are equipped with a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (94%), garden (81%), and balcony (27%)... What are you waiting for?

What are the reviews like for the holiday lettings in Gwynedd?

On average, the holiday lettings here have rather positive reviews. Last year's information reveals that 23% of holiday lettings have a rating equivalent to or higher than 4.5 stars. This is a fairly high ratio which allows us to confirm that you will easily find the ideal holiday letting for a wonderful holiday!

Are the holiday lettings in Gwynedd suitable for holiday-makers and their pets?

For sure! In Gwynedd, 60% of the holiday lettings allow you to bring along your furry friend, and 81% also have a garden!

Do the holiday lettings in Gwynedd often have Wi-Fi?

Of course! According to Holidu's database, 94% of holiday lettings in Gwynedd have Wi-Fi. This means that you will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites throughout your stay!

How much does it usually cost for holiday lettings in Gwynedd?

The majority of holiday lettings in Gwynedd (95%) tend to cost less than £100 per night. This is the perfect destination for reserving a cheap holiday letting!

Do the holiday lettings in Gwynedd generally have a fireplace or a swimming pool?

It's not common. Judging by information from Holidu, less than 10% of holiday lettings in Gwynedd have a swimming pool.

Are the holiday lettings in Gwynedd suitable for stays in large groups or rather for a holiday as a couple?

According to Holidu's information, 85% of holiday lettings are perfect for families with up to four people. Approximately 87% of the holiday lettings here include at least two separate bedrooms. This is the ideal destination for going in small groups, with family or friends!

When planning a luxurious holiday in Gwynedd, are holiday lettings a good option?

Sure! The holiday lettings in Gwynedd are quite well-equipped. However, if you are looking for unique holiday accommodation, we advise you not to wait too long to reserve, as availability may be limited. Out of all accommodations in Gwynedd, 3% have a pool, 81% have a garden and only 1% have a sauna. Also, if you are looking for a lot of space, 85% of the holiday lettings can accommodate big groups, and 81% have green spots in the vicinity.

In which season of the year is it most advisable to visit Gwynedd?

The characteristics of the properties in Gwynedd show that it is a holiday destination that can adapt to all tastes and times of the year. This is because there are very varied options, with all the characteristics one can imagine. Therefore, you will be able to enjoy Gwynedd in comfort all year round.

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