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A wonderful one-bedroom annex resting on a working farm in Llanaelhaearn, Gwynedd. (Ref. 1098048)
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7 nights from £383
Boasting a superb location in the Snowdonia National Park and the Glaslyn Estuary is the wonderful harbour town of Porthmadog. Enjoying a rich maritime history, natural beauty, delightful shops, and welcoming pubs, cafes, and restaurants. All of which you can experience from your Porthmadog accommodation.
Why Porthmadog Accommodation
The bustling harbour town of Porthmadog, known locally as “Port” is one of the largest towns in Snowdonia National Park. Porthmadog was originally developed as a famous port, exporting the slate produced at both Ffestiniog and Llanfrothen quarries.
On sunny days, leave the comfort of your Porthmadog holiday cottage to enjoy a leisurely stroll around the picturesque harbour with fresh fish and chips in hand. If you fancy delving into the town’s history, why not pay a visit to the Maritime Museum?
For wildlife rich adventures go and visit the Glaslyn Osprey’s as you enjoy beautiful scenery along the way. Or get out on the water with Enlli Charter who offer day trips to Cardigan Bay and sea safaris along the south of the Llyn Peninsula.
During your self-catering stay in Porthmadog you can look forward to seeing the sights from aboard The Ffestiniog Railway, The Welsh Highland Railway, and the Welsh Highland Heritage Railway. The Ffestiniog Railway is the oldest narrow-gauge railway in the world and will take you on a 13-mile trip from Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Places to Visit from Porthmadog Holiday Cottages
These Porthmadog holiday cottages are the perfect base to explore both Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula. Plus, the picturesque island of Anglesey, with its stunning beaches and rugged coastline, is well worth a visit.
The magical village of Portmeirion is just a ten-minute drive away. The Italian style village, home to an ornamental garden and many colourful Riveria inspired houses and is a wonderful day out for all the family. For those looking to delve into the history of Wales during their self-catering stay in Porthmadog, then head to Criccieth Castle, a spectacular coastal castle with breathtaking views, or visit Caernarfon Castle, one of the greatest monuments of the Middle Ages.
During your stay in one of these Porthmadog cottages, make sure you have time to explore one of the many stunning beaches of the Llyn Peninsula including Porth Ceiriad, Porth Iago and Aberdaron Beach. There are some exceptionally beautiful sandy beaches close by at Criccieth and Harlech where the views of Snowdonia are mesmerising.
Types of Places to Stay in Porthmadog
Can’t enjoy a self-catering stay in Porthmadog without your pooch? We’ve got you covered with this excellent choice of dog-friendly cottages in Porthmadog. If you fancy getting out amongst nature during your getaway, check out glamping in North Wales and glamping with a hot tub in North Wales.
Treat the whole family to a Porthmadog holiday with this range of holiday cottages for large groups. Or if you’d rather just escape with that special someone in your life, you’re sure to love this collection of romantic holiday cottages.
If you’ve found your perfect Porthmadog accommodation, get in touch with Menai Holiday Cottages today to secure your stay!