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Situated near the beach, this luxury guesthouse is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Caernarfon Castle and within 9 miles (15 km) of Dinas Dinlle and National Slate Museum. ...
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Situated in Porthmadog, this hotel is within 6 miles (10 km) of Portmeirion Sands, Portmeirion Central Piazza and Criccieth Castle. Harlech Castle and Mount ...
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Situated in Caernarfon, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Dolbadurn Castle and National Slate Museum. Caernarfon Castle and Menai Bridge are also within ...
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If you’re looking for a rural getaway that nevertheless boasts plenty of activities to keep you busy, consider finding accommodation in Gwynedd. The most sparsely populated county in Wales, Gwynedd is perfect whether you’re a fan of quiet countryside, haunting landscapes or adrenalin-packed outdoor activities from rock climbing to paragliding.
Whether you’re after a lavish hotel in Menai Bridge or a rustic bed and breakfast in Barmouth, you’ll have no trouble finding accommodation in Gwynedd. The region has some of the most diverse and palatial geography in Wales, and its towns and villages offer a beautiful selection of places to stay.
From rural Victorian seaside resort hotels to those with unbeatable views over the crashing waters of the River Dyfi in Machynlleth, the hotels available in Gwynedd cater to every possible taste. You might be visiting Gwynedd on business, in which case head to a larger town where you will find some big-name budget hotels. Perhaps you’re here for a romantic break. If that’s the case, you’ll find some beautiful luxury country spa hotels available in the deepest and most dramatic depths of Snowdonia National Park.
Here on a hiking holiday? If so, you could sleep out in the heart of the great Welsh landscape in one of the many available backpackers’ hostels in and around Snowdonia National Park. As a popular destination for active holidays, the Youth Hostel Association has a strong presence in Gwynedd, meaning you can find accommodation everywhere from the stunning Welsh coastline to the heart of Snowdonia itself. The backpackers’ hostels in Gwynedd attract many different kinds of holidaymakers, so you’ll quickly discover that this is not only a great way to save money, but also a wonderful way to connect with likeminded individuals.
For those in Gwynedd for a family getaway, to soak up some of the medieval heritage, or on a hen or stag weekend, the region has fantastic self-catering accommodation on offer. With accommodation catering to large and small groups, top off your stay with a trip to one of Gwynedd’s many towns and villages. You’ll never be too far from a first-class farmers’ market, where you can pick up some locally reared meat, fruits and vegetables, and then cook up an organic feast in your cottage or apartment.
Find a guesthouse in bustling Bangor, or a rustic resting place in Portmadog on the west coast. Being so rural, you’ll delight at the extensive gardens and farmlands accompanying many of Gwynedd’s bed and breakfasts – not to mention the warm Welsh welcome you’ll receive. If you want some tips on the best places to visit in Snowdonia or nearby, you’ll have access to all the best insider knowledge from your B&B hosts.
Whatever kind of accommodation you want, you’ll find something to suit you in Gwynedd. Search online and book accommodation in Gwynedd today.