Experience Snowdonia in a Cosy Cottage

self-catering snowdonia
If you’re looking for a tranquil retreat to spend some much-needed relaxation time, Snowdonia is the perfect location. Throughout your stay you’ll be surrounded by lush natural Welsh countryside and wild mountain ranges. If this sounds like a location you could relax in, it’s only right you should select an equally as tranquil hotel or self-catering Snowdonia cottage to stay at during your visit.

The Oakeley Arms 4 Star Hotel in Snowdonia is situated within the heart of Snowdonia. This beautiful hotel is bordered by deep woodland, yet is close enough to the local amenities. Located in the historic mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog, there are plenty of sightseeing opportunities and exciting activities to try during your visit.

The Oakeley Arms also have six very cosy self-catering Snowdonia cottages available to stay in. Named after the local mountains and rivers, these cottages have everything you need for a truly relaxing week away.

These once derelict stables have been expertly renovated into cottages which appear traditional yet possess all the modern features you’d see in a home. As a little added bonus, you’ll be greeted with a bottle of wine and chocolates upon your arrival.
Each cottage has a spacious kitchen with modern facilities, including a dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer. The cosy living areas of the cottages also benefit from traditional wood-burning stoves and flat screen televisions with surround sound.

These cottages are also in the perfect location if you’re looking to do some sightseeing or take part in Wales’ unique attractions. They’re a short drive away from the beautiful Italianesque town of Portmeirion, as well as being a short drive from Zip World. If you fancy trampolining deep down in a mining cave on huge trampolines or zip lining at speeds of over 100mph, Zip World offers the perfect activity days out for you.

Of course, you’re free to spend the weekend simply relaxing in the cottage. There’s a shared patio area and barbeque, should the Welsh weather manage to hold up!