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We would love to go to north wales in July/August. Anyone know or recommend a gem of a holiday cottage?

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StrumpersPlunkett Sat 16-Jan-16 20:14:51

Needs to sleep 4.
So looking forward to it just want somewhere fab to stay.
Thanks X x

StrumpersPlunkett Sat 16-Jan-16 21:33:57

Hopeful bump

Orangesarenot Sat 16-Jan-16 21:38:10

I don't know if you'd count this as North Wales or if you'd count this as a cottage, but I've stayed at these log cabins a few times and they are fab: There's lots to do in the surrounding area too.

StrumpersPlunkett Sat 16-Jan-16 21:42:08

Thanks. Looks lovely. Wondered if bricks and mortar are needed for a uk holiday?

Orangesarenot Sat 16-Jan-16 21:55:02

We used to go there in October half term and they were lovely and warm. Some people live in them almost year round.

Orangesarenot Sat 16-Jan-16 21:55:57

Tripadvisor link:

Sgtmajormummy Sat 16-Jan-16 22:08:53

I was looking at the Lleyn peninsula last year using and but decided on another destination in the end!

StrumpersPlunkett Sun 17-Jan-16 20:02:00

Thanks all have found some great ideas.

AnyFucker Sun 17-Jan-16 20:06:47

If your budget is quite small, this place is great if you have young children. The farmer takes them round with him feeding the chickens etc

It's not fancy and is a short drive to the resort of Newquay

loopsngeorge Mon 18-Jan-16 20:41:35

Try menai holidays. We stayed in a cottage called Bodhyfrd in a little village called Capelulo last year and it was absolutely beautiful. You could walk over the hills into Conwy and get to Llandudno or Anglesey very easily.

ChopperHopper Mon 18-Jan-16 20:46:06

I can highly recommend this place on Anglesey:

ExitPursuedByABear Mon 18-Jan-16 20:55:55

Placemarking. Will try to link some suggestions tomorrow.

cestlavielife Tue 19-Jan-16 17:21:28

bodnant estate cottages

shivs1974 Wed 27-Jan-16 13:01:11

Can recommend this beauty

Papergirl1968 Fri 29-Jan-16 00:14:37

We love Tywyn, just on the border of North Wales and mid Wales really, and have stayed at several houses right on the beachfront. Ideal for kids, but beautiful for adults too. Have a look at the holiday rentals section of the lounge lettings website for a good selection.

StrumpersPlunkett Fri 29-Jan-16 10:50:10

Thank you!
Not booked anywhere yet but loving looking and planning.

omama Sun 31-Jan-16 18:54:29

We stayed here in Harlech a few years ago, though back in the the days when we could do term time hols so wasn't so expensive! Its right on the clifftop overlooking the wide sandy beach, really stunning location.

IfItsGoodEnough4ShirleyBassey Sun 31-Jan-16 19:00:08

If you have a decent budget the self-catering cottages at Portmeirion are fantastic.

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