North Wales Lettings
Why North Wales Lettings chose Llanrug
Whatever you are looking to enjoy during your holiday in North Wales, this property has Snowdonia on it's doorstep, but it's centrally located to travel to the Isle of Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula and all that North Wales has to offer.
What makes this Cottage unique
Bring your horse on holiday. This property has the additional facility of providing stabling, and full use of a large purpose built menage. The area has miles of quiet country roads, and bridleways, or you can canter along the beach at Dinas Dinlle as the sun is setting. There is an extra charge of £20.00 per night for this facility. Straw bedding will be provided in the price.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Ideally suited for families with young childrenIdeally suited for families with young children
Pets allowed - Dogs welcome Horses welcomeDogs welcome Horses welcome
Max guests: 5
Minimum age of primary renter: 18
On the farm
Nicely converted barn, well furnished and equipped. Very welcoming hostess and host.
Andrew & Maureen we’re very welcoming on our arrival, they are lovely hosts and very helpful. The barn conversion is beautiful and very well equipped. You can see over to Anglesey out of the kitchen window, the views are stunning as are the sunsets. We couldn’t have picked a better place to stay. We had lovely weather and there is so much to enjoy within a few miles. It was also great to have a fenced in garden which meant Prudence ( the dog) was happy too, she had a wonderful time. We don’t normally go back to the same place but are looking to return next year. Thank you Maureen & Andrew
Lovely property a warm welcome
We stayed two weeks and wish we could have stayed longer. There was so much to do in the local area for our family (Children aged 1 - 10). The property was very well kept and Maureen and Andrew were extremely welcoming hosts and made us feel an important part of the farm. We always looked forward to getting back at the end of the day to rest and recuperate. We enjoyed ourselves so much we have booked again for next year.
Wonderful cottage, perfect location for all of snowdonia. Super friendly owners. We will be back
Our welsh holiday
Lovely bungalow Maureen and Andrew were very helpfull and kind people. Had a wonderfull time and the weather was kind to us.
A holiday in North Wales has something for everyone, mountains, castles and beaches offering activity, sightseeing and pure relaxation.
If you are looking for an action packed holiday Snowdonia provides challenging terrain for mountain biking, cycling, rock climbing, scrambling, hiking and the Menai Straits for kayaking and canoeing. Local outdoor centres include Plas Y Brenin and Plas Menai for instruction and guidance
For those seeking less strenuous exercise the North Wales Path and Anglesey Coastal Path offer beautiful walks taking in fantastic sea views, alternatively hire a bike and enjoy the Lon Las or Lon Eifion cycle tracks or enjoy the views from a rowing boat on a quiet lake
If you prefer total relaxation a visit to one of Anglesey's many beautiful beaches may appeal, or experience the breathtaking views on a trip on the Snowdon Mountain Railway or the Welsh Highland Railway or visit the Welsh Mountain Zoo or Anglesey Sea Zoo or explore the historic castles in Caernarfon, Conwy or Beaumaris. For a bit of an adrenaline rush, why not try the longest zip wire experience over the Penrhyn Quarry, or a bounce below ground on the suspended bouncing experience in the largest slate caverns in Llechwedd.
Whilst in the area a visit to quaint villages such as Betws-y-Coed, Beddgelert or Llanberis is a must. Restaurants, cafes and coffee shops are plentiful and cater for all tastes.