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126 properties found
Barmouth, Snowdonia & The Llyn Peninsula

Caban y Gader

2112

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7 nights

£520 - £1,102

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Barmouth, Snowdonia & The Llyn Peninsula

Enlli Lodge

2112

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7 nights

£676 - £1,495

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Barmouth (5 mls S), North Wales

Beudy Bach

2111

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7 nights

£523 - £718

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Barmouth (5mls S), North Wales

Fferm Lloft - Barmouth

211

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7 nights

£523 - £718

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Barmouth (4mls S), North Wales

Bwthyn Yr Afon

2111

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7 nights

£501 - £856

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Dyffryn Ardudwy, North Wales

Gegin-Gefn

211

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7 nights

£519 - £884

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Porthmadog (3.5mls), North Wales

Bryncir House

2111

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7 nights

£393 - £749

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Porthmadog, North Wales

The Lookout - South Snowdon Wharf

2211

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7 nights

£581 - £1,188

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Porthmadog (3.5mls E), North Wales

Mountain Cottage

3211

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7 nights

£491 - £895

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Borth Y Gest, North Wales

Bryn Tirion Borth-y-gest

4322

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7 nights

£674 - £1,376

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Barmouth (5.5mls N), North Wales

Hafan Yr Haf

4222

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7 nights

£616 - £1,246

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Porthmadog (1.5 mls SW), North Wales

Seaclusion - Hafod Y Graig

422

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7 nights

£582 - £1,295

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Harlech cottages

Book your holiday in Gwynedd with one of our Harlech holiday cottages. Situated on Tremadog Bay, the town is dominated by its castle, begun in 1283 by Edward I. Captured and held by Owain Glyndwr from 1404 - 1408, it was later the stronghold of Henry Tudor. This seaside resort in North Wales is also home to a sandy beach and lots of places to eat and drink. Each of our holiday homes in Harlech is ideally located for exploring the Gwynedd coastline and countryside, whether you are looking for a family holiday or a group holiday with friends. Home to the steepest street in the United Kingdom, Fordd Pen Llech, this seaside town is also home to craft shops, a leisure centre and a climbing wall. After a busy day spent exploring this area of North Wales, return to your homely Harlech accommodation for a quiet night in with family or friends ahead of another great day out in Gwynedd.

Our self-catering Harlech cottages make an ideal base for memorable holidays in North Wales. With features including enclosed gardens, BBQs, wood burners and open-plan living areas, our places to stay in Harlech offer something for everyone. For golfing holidays in Wales, the Royal St Davids Golf Course offers unrivalled scenery, while the 4-mile stretch of golden sand at Harlech Beach boasts clear waters and grassy dunes. The Morfa Harlech National Nature Reserve at the north end of the beach is Wales’s only growing dune system. Heading inland, a holiday in Snowdonia is a fantastic location for walks and hikes, which are rewarded by spectacular views over Anglesey, Pembrokeshire and Ireland. Film fans can visit Theatr Harlech which stages a varied selection of plays, music and films throughout the year. The Llanfair Slate Caverns are situated a mile south of Harlech; the entry to this old but important slate mine is through the main tunnel, under the twin arches of the crypt, and into the lofty cathedral cavern. Many industrial towns in Britain and Ireland have the original roofs made of Llanfair slate.

View our full selection of Harlech holiday cottages above, or browse our wide range of Wales accommodation.