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Betws-y-coed (6mls SE), North Wales
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Whisk the whole family off on a fun-filled holiday in North Wales – explore historic castles, have all kinds of adventures in Snowdonia or enjoy a traditional day at the beach.
North Wales is a region of contrasts. One day you could be bird watching at South Stack on the Island of Anglesey, the next you could be scaling Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. Within these beautiful natural spaces there are no end of thrilling activities for the adventurous family to experience. Try ziplining across a quarry at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour; surf the perfect wave at the inland wave pool at Adventure Parc Snowdonia; have an underground trampolining adventure at Bounce Below; climb, traverse and plunge your way around the cliffs on an exhilarating coasteering session; or try your hand at rock climbing, abseiling, gorge scrambling and many other exciting activities in the region.
Besides getting an adrenalin kick, there are many more sedate pursuits to enjoy on family holidays in North Wales. Walking is one of the top activities here, with good reason. The scenery is epic and there’s no better way to witness it than to get out there and explore it for yourself. There are walking trails aplenty, from coastal rambles to mountain scrambles, and lots to suit all abilities, including easy access routes.
In fact, the walking is so good that the family dog won’t want to miss out. Our dog-friendly holiday cottages in North Wales provide the perfect escape for the whole family, with features such as enclosed gardens taking the stress out of holidaying with your pet.
To find the perfect self-catering accommodation choose from our family cottages in North Wales. With play facilities for children and cottages catering for families of all sizes, you’ll definitely find the ideal property for your family holidays in Wales.
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