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Choose one of our last-minute cottages in North Wales to enjoy a spontaneous holiday exploring this beautiful region of the UK. Our last-minute holiday cottages in North Wales are ideal for families, groups and couples alike, with self-catering accommodation so you can tailor your experience to you, including last-minute dog-friendly cottages. Hikers and outdoor enthusiasts will love the close proximity to some stunning locations, with Snowdonia National Park as well as the breathtaking coastline for your adventures. There are a variety of historic landmarks to visit for a family day out, or you could get to know the locals and have a meal out in a pretty, nearby town. With our last-minute deals, make the most of your getaway to North Wales, from the scenic beaches to the heights of Snowdon.
Even with one of our last-minute cottages you can still experience all that North Wales has to offer. Take the family out to a fascinating castle, including Conwy, Caernarfon and Beaumaris, or visit the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct which is the tallest in the world. Anglesey is also a hub of historical interest with its ancient burial mounds and copper mines. Those looking for active last-minute breaks won’t need to look far, as Snowdonia National Park is not only home to the tallest mountain in Wales, but is also home to incredible landscapes. Take a refreshing dip in one of Snowdonia’s mountain lakes or head to the coast for a beach walk. Llandudno is a beautiful seaside town to explore, and the mini-mountain of Great Orme is its stunning backdrop.
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