Popular Lettings in North-Wales
Highlights in North-Wales
- Fantastic beaches
- Mountain hiking
- Industrial heritage
- Pretty Welsh towns
Most popular in North-Wales
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in North Wales
Plan to visit the epic landscapes and discover the unmatched heritage of North Wales? Holiday rentals are available all across the region, from the mountainous glory of Snowdonia, to the wild, daring beaches of Anglesey, the remarkable castles of the northern coast, and the quaint Welsh towns and villages of the interior.Lovely Welsh lettings for the whole family
There is accommodation for everyone in North Wales. Pretty pastel coloured buildings, with attractive gardens and plenty of space are popular in this part of the world. As are the archetypal Welsh property, painted white with grey roofs, and simply bursting with character! Lettings taking full advantage of the sea and mountain views with extensive gardens and well-position terraces from where you can enjoy the scenery. The region also offers modern and stylish apartments to suit 1 or 2 people. What better way can there be to explore this dramatic part of the world?!
Holidays in North Wales
The area and getting around
North Wales encompasses some of the UKs most spectacular mountain scenery, including some of its highest peaks, hundreds of kilometres of pristine, sandy beaches, and a phenomenal historical legacy, with elegantly preserved stately homes, castles of an unmatched magnificence, and a fascinating industrial heritage.Orientate yourself in North Wales
Hikers should head west to Snowdonia National Park, home of the highest mountain in Wales and a lifetime of memorable trails. Beach lovers are in for a treat on the island of Anglesey and the west coast that extends downwards from Snowdonia. The region’s best castles are in the north, and in particular the castles of Caernarfon and Conwy. Betws-Y-Coed, in the heart of the region, is arguably its most beautiful town, and is well worthy of your fortuitus attention.
Travellers and activities
Find a holiday rental in the heart of North Wales, in the lovely town of Betws-y-coed, for example, and you will be within an hour’s drive of countless wonderful days out. Drive to Porthmadog for a day on the Welsh Highlands Steam Train. It takes you through the glorious Snowdonia National Park, allowing you to experience the memorable scenery in complete comfort whilst enjoying the old-time elegance of an original steam engine. Or take a day trip to the island of Anglesey and visit the globally famous storybook-esque Beaumaris Castle. It remains one of the most important castles in the UK from the 13th and 14th centuries and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town itself is quintessential Welsh, with picturesque properties painted in soft pastel colours.North Wales for beach freaks
A haven for people of all ages, the beaches of North Wales feature fine, golden sand and clear, blue waters. Fairbourne Beach in the northwest is arguably the finest beach in North Wales. It features a narrow finger of land flanked by two beaches which boast stunning views of mountains, woodlands and the sea. Aberffraw Beach in Anglesey is a big, wide curving sandy bay which offers an ideal, natural response to the stress of modern-day life. It is backed by pristine sandy dunes and is a wonderful beach for both lazing on and for walkers who seek to discover the fabulous nature of Anglesey.
The town with the longest name in the UK is in North Wales. Ready? Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch!
Top 5 travel tips in North Wales
At the Halen Môn Sea Salt Factory staff members walk you through the inner workings of the factory, the history of the condiment and offer tutored sea salt tasting. This is one of the highest-rated attractions in NorthWales!2. Treat your children to a day at Gypsy Wood Park
Gypsy Wood Park is a magical day out for your children, who will delight at the magic of the fairies, the charm of the animals and the beauty of the natural woodland just begging to be discovered. Don’t miss the fantastical miniature railway display!3. A great day out for adrenaline junkies
Unleash your inner-thrill seeker at Bounce, a huge underground cavern across which giant trampolines have been strung across. This is quite simply like nothing else in the world, and it takes trampolining and exploring fun to a whole new level.4. Discover the off-the-beaten-track village of Nant Gwrtheyrn
Drive the majestic hairpin road to this secluded Victorian village in a setting to die for, fronted by the wild Irish sea and backed by beautiful, green-as-can-be hills. The village boasts a fascinating Heritage Centre which houses displays about the Welsh language and culture, the unique wildlife of the area, and local history.5. Try out your mountain biking skills!
Coed Y Brenin in the heart of Snowdonia is a scenic forested area with many of the highest rated mountain biking trails in the UK. The routes are suitable for beginners and experts alike, and bikes are available to rent in the area. Mountain biking not quite your thing? Then don your hiking boots and explore this truly gorgeous part of Wales!