DWYGLI COTTAGE

   North Wales    

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WELCOME TO
Dwygli

Dwygli Cottage is a two-bedroom self-catering holiday home on the edge of Snowdonia National Park in picturesque North Wales. 

Ideally situated for couples, small families, walkers, hikers and cyclists, set between the sea and mountains to offer inspiration to writers, artists and other free spirits, the cottage is available for stays throughout the year. 

Croeso i Dwygli.

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REST & RELAX

At the gateway to Snowdonia National Park, with views across the Irish Sea, Dwygli Cottage is ideally positioned for restful days away from the real world.

 

ENJOY YOUR STAY

Cottage to yourselves

 

Dwygli Cottage is yours to enjoy, from the reading corner to stepped garden. Make yourself at home. 

Bathroom with bath

Small but perfectly formed, the bathroom, like everything at Dwygli, is designed with guests in mind.

Two double bedrooms

 

One with double bed and sea views. The other with single bed, guest bed and view to the National Park.

Snowdonia on your doorstep

 

Walk through the garden gate to begin your exploration of 823 square miles of Snowdonia National Park.

Private garden

 

Dwygli's rear garden is alive with wildlife, from butterflies to dunnocks. (And sheep if the gate blows open.)

Free wifi

 

For those wild Wales evenings in, stream your favourite TV and movies with unlimited broadband.

 

LOOK AROUND

 

EXPLORE THE AREA

Beaches & harbours

Visit Conwy's harbour and 13th-century castle. Bathe on the golden sands of Barmouth Beach. Or take a cruise to Puffin Island from nearby Anglesey. 

Walks and hikes

Take on the Snowdon Horseshoe with some of the most spectacular climbs in the UK, including Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) at 3560 ft.

Restaurants and cafes

The owners' favourites are The Fairy Glen, a short walk from the cottage. Haus in Colwyn Bay. And Fisherman's Chip Shop in Conwy.

Cycling

Mountains, valleys, lakes and forests, there's a ride for every level of cyclist in North Wales. Bring your bike or hire from a nearby town.

North Wales Zoo

Visit North Wales Zoo to see big cats, brown bears, bunnies and more, feed penguins, and learn about the zoo's tireless conservation efforts. 

Golf

North Wales boasts 60 golf courses. Opposite the cottage, looking out to sea, Penmaenmawr Golf Course welcomes everyone. 

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WHAT VISITORS SAY...

“An ideal week in a gorgeous cottage. Dwygli is cute, has everything you need and is perfectly placed! We've already booked our next holiday.” Mark & Sal