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Stay in a delightful Llanrwst Holiday cottage and enjoy a picturesque getaway on the outskirts of Snowdonia National Park.

Why a Llanrwst Cottage?

The small Welsh town is tucked away amongst the mighty Snowdonia mountains, surrounded by stunning natural countryside in North Wales. During your journey to your Llanrwyst holiday cottage, you will immediately recognise Llanrwst’s three-arched bridge that crosses the Conwy River. Pont Fawr (“Great Bridge”) was built in the early 1600s and constructed with local stone; it is one of Llanrwst’s most recognisable landmarks. 

Another noticeable attraction in Llanrwst is St Grwst’s Church, boasting stunning architecture and is said to be the resting place of Llywelyn Fawr, the Great Prince of Wales. Then there’s Gwydir Castle, a fortified manor house and a Grade 1 listed building waiting to be explored. 

Places to Visit near Llanrwst Accommodation

Our Llanrwst accommodation is the perfect base for exploring Snowdonia. Adventure Parc Snowdonia is located just 5 miles north of Llanrwst and hosts a whole array of thrilling activities. Try out the world-first inland surf lagoon, journey below to the caves, try out some of the most adrenaline thrilled extreme slides or challenge yourself to an assault course.

Home to Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdonia is the ideal location to enjoy a hike! Lace-up those walking boots and take on the challenging hike to the summit of Snowdon or Cadair Idris. If you’re looking for a family-friendly walk, head to Aber Falls or Beddgelert’s Grave for a casual stroll without the steep inclines. During your stay in a Llarwst cottage, be sure to visit the nearby villages of Llanberis, Nant Peris, Capel Curig, Beddgelert or Blaenau Ffestiniog.

Types of Llanrwst Holiday Cottages

Why not choose a holiday cottage full to the brim of character from our quaint and quirky collection? We also have cosy lodges and log cabins or holiday cottages with a sea view.

Browse through these charming Llanrwst holiday cottages today or get in touch for further information.