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North Wales is the perfect holiday destination that everyone should enjoy. There are many tourist attractions in the area that cater to those less-able visitors, all of which are within easy reach of these accessible holiday cottages in North Wales.
Why Accessible Accommodation in North Wales?
A stay in one of these accessible holiday cottages in North Wales offers a relaxing getaway in one of the UK’s most popular destinations.
This choice of accessible accommodation in North Wales boasts spacious interiors, ground-floor bedrooms, and wet rooms, ensuring everyone has a comfortable stay whilst holidaying in North Wales. Be sure to carefully read the property descriptions and accommodation details to find the most suitable property for your individual requirements.
Whichever accessible accommodation in North Wales you choose, you’re sure to have a memorable holiday in this beautiful region.
Places to Visit from Accessible Holidays in North Wales
You’ll find plenty to see and do right on the doorstep of your accessible accommodation in North Wales.
Explore the North Wales coast, where you can enjoy soaking up the views along the Llandudno Promenade and catch as show at Venue Cymru, spend a day meeting exotic animals at Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay, or visit the magnificent Caernarfon Castle in Caernarfon.
For a day spent amongst nature visit the beautiful Conwy Water Gardens on the outskirts of Conwy or Bodnant Garden in Tal-y-cafn. If you fancy venturing into the Snowdonia National Park, you can enjoy the delights of the wildlife rich Mawddach Trail, which can be joined from various points including Dolgellau and Barmouth.
Another way to see the sights is aboard the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways are another historic narrow-gauge railway that dates back to the Victorian times and travels around west Snowdonia. Starting from Caernarfon, the train passes through picturesque towns and mountain villages including Beddgelert, Porthmadog, Maentwrog, and onto Blaenau Ffestiniog.
If you want to swap the countryside for the coast, explore the Llyn Peninsula, where you will find the popular destinations of Aberdaron, Morfa Nefyn, Abersoch, Pwllheli, and Criccieth. Or Anglesey, where you will find the accessible attractions of Beaumaris Pier, Anglesey Sea Zoo in Brynsiencyn, and Pili Palas Nature World near Menai Bridge.
Types of Accessible Accommodation in North Wales
Treat yourself to the ultimate relaxation during your stay in one of these accessible holiday cottages in North Wales with this superb selection of cottages with hot tubs and lodges with hot tubs. Or maybe you want a getaway in style? Then check out these fabulous luxury cottages.
Or if you fancy a holiday right by the sea, you’re sure to love this excellent selection of holiday cottages by the beach.
Browse our collection of accessible holiday cottages in North Wales or get in touch today to help us find your perfect home away from home.