Self catering holiday cottages in Llwyngwril, Gwynedd, Wales
The lovely village of Llwyngwril sits on the coast of Wales in Gwynedd and lies within the expansive beauty of Snowdonia National Park. It has a small and friendly population of approximately five hundred people and a rich and interesting history, making the village an excellent place for a self-catering break if you like to blend seaside scenery with culture and history.
In terms of finding a good quality place to stay, options available on Country Cottages Online include coastal cottages and even cottages with sea views for something truly special. Choose from pet-friendly or pet-free accommodation depending on your needs.
In terms of the village itself, one of the main attractions to Llwyngwril is the Castell-y-Gaer, which is a hill fort dating back thousands of years which stands overlooking the settlement. Taking a walk up to this fort to see the relics for yourself is a wonderful idea if you love soaking up history and you will be rewarded with some fantastic views across the village and of the surrounding mountains, ocean and woodlands.
As well as taking walks through these enchanting woods and through the winding paths up the surrounding hills and mountains, as well as the pathways along the picturesque Mawddach Estuary, there are plenty of things that can be done whilst on a cottage holiday in Llwyngwril. Wildlife lovers and bird watchers will adore watching out for rarely seen species such as red kites and peregrine falcons. What’s more dolphins and seals are often spotted playing in the water along the pristine bay. If you are into photography then you should definitely take the chance to snap up some photos of these animals against the beautiful backdrops of Llwyngwril.
Llwyngwril is set is absolutely stunning scenery, as the River Gwril flows down the nearby mountain and trickles through the centre of the settlement. By the seaside on the shingle beach, you can swim in the waters or sunbathe, have a picnic and just generally enjoy the serene atmosphere and the village itself is full of amenities for visitors to enjoy. The village pub, the Garthangarard Inn dates back to an incredible 1736 and serves excellent food as well as beverages. It is the heart of the village and a wonderfully relaxing and friendly place to settle into for the evening whilst enjoying a cottage break. There are also several shops, a church, a playground for the little ones and a village hall.
Also close by are the bountiful landscapes of Snowdonia National Park. Snowdonia is renowned as a playground for those who adore outdoor activities and offers ample opportunities for many a day out. Home to Mount Snowdon, the tallest peak in England and Wales, the National Park is serene, picturesque and a must-see when on a trip to this part of Wales.
We hope you’ve found our information on this part of Wales useful. If you know this area well and have any hints or tips you’d like to share with us, let us know, we’d love to benefit from your research and local knowledge.
Llwyngwril is a brilliant base in which to stay to explore the delights of this incredibly beautiful part of Wales. Wherever you choose to stay, we hope you find somewhere as inspirational as the landscape itself in this corner of Wales.
Bron Danw Dogs-welcome Cottage, Llwyngwril, North Wales (Wales, Gwynedd, Llwyngwril)
4 bedroom Cottage, North Wales .
Price range from £469 to £1098 per week01244 500 540 Click here to email owner more >
Sleeps from 1 to 8 people in 4 bedrooms
Number of bathrooms: 2
Pet Friendly: Yes (1 dog welcome)
Quality Rating: (4)
Tan Y Bryn Beach Cottage, Llwyngwril, North Wales (Wales, Gwynedd, Llwyngwril)
2 bedroom Stone-Built Cottage, North Wales.
Price range from £288 to £569 per week01244 500 540 Click here to email owner more >
Sleeps from 1 to 5 people in 2 bedrooms
Number of bathrooms: 1
Pet Friendly: No
Quality Rating: (4)