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Self-catering holiday rentals in North Wales for your home stay

North Wales is one of Britain's finest tourist areas, with many picturesque fishing villages, elegant resorts and fascinating attractions to visit. Self-catering rentals are a great way to see the area, ensuring that you have a comfortable home from home to return to after a day spent at the beach or sight-seeing. And there are plenty of sights to see. You can head to the wonderfully preserved medieval town of Conwy, with its imposing castle and set of city walls that are great for an afternoon walk. Wander down to Conwy Quay for great views of the castle, and take a trip to the country house at Plas Mawr for a window into Elizabethan life. Or you can head to the popular seaside town of Llandudno, where you can walk the cliffs of Great Orme, visit the educational Home Front Museum and see all the sights of a traditional British pier. Some of the best sights in North Wales, however, are slightly away from the coast, but not too far. You can take a very short drive to the railway at Blaneu-Ffestiniog and enjoy the wonderful 13 mile journey into the mountains on an old steam railway. Or, if you are feeling adventurous, why not climb one of the area's beautiful mountains like Mount Snowdon? But there are other outdoor attractions. The dry ski slope at Llandudno is one of Britain's best, while companies provide dramatic climbing and coasteering packages on the coast. North Wales has plenty to offer tourists, including cultural festivals that rank with the best in Europe. The North Wales International Music Festival, held in September brings world-class classical and opera performers to the area, while the Bluegrass Festival in July is plenty of fun. Whatever your passion, North Wales has something to offer.

Holiday Letting in for your short break

If you're looking for golfing holiday accommodation in Wales or simply a base from where you can enjoy a selection of different sporting and recreational activities, holiday home rentals in North Wales can promise you an abundance of opportunities that range from golf to fishing, dry skiing to mountain climbing or watersports to extreme sports, so the interests of people of all ages are sure to be well catered for whether you'd prefer a coastal cottage in Conwy or a secluded holiday home in Snowdonia. From the rolling hills of the eastern borderlands across the Snowdonia National Park to one of the most dramatic stretches of coastline in Wales, holiday rentals in North Wales can be found in locations throughout this diverse and spectacular region, so if you have a love of the great outdoors, you won't be anything less than delighted in any destination, particularly when a traditional farmhouse or cottage rental in North Wales will greatly enhance your experience by making you really feel part of rural life in an area of the country that is scattered with many traditional market towns and charming rustic villages. From a quiet break for two to a big family holiday, farmhouses or cottages in North Wales, apartments or holiday homes of any description can be found to give you all the space, comfort and privacy you desire. Bed and breakfasts in Wales providing a catering-free option, so next time you feel the need to escape from the same old routine of home, if only for a few days, a holiday rental in North Wales is the perfect solution at any time of year.

Best time to enjoy North Wales

Summer in North Wales brings warm temperatures, frequently hitting the high 20s centigrade, which makes the beach a very attractive proposition. Many people from Liverpool and Manchester choose the summer as the perfect time for their own getaway, so accommodation can be harder to secure, and the crowds build up. But the summer does see many festivals, and with the weather fine, outdoor pursuits like walking, climbing, cycling or fishing are a real joy. Slightly out of season is a great time to go for lovers of the coast. If you enjoy walking cliff paths and cosy pubs by the shore, spring and autumn make for a perfect time to go. The region's historic attractions are as splendid and fascinating as ever, and the area's many great restaurants will be delighted to welcome you and your family or friends. With Liverpool on the doorstep, you can also easily head into one of Britain's most vibrant cities to sample the nightlife and shopping. With colder temperatures, winter can be a less popular time to head to North Wales, but even then the region is appealing. The countryside is perhaps more beautiful with a cover of snow, and if you are seeking the relaxation and tranquility of solitude, this is a wonderful time to travel. The coastline appears more dramatic and the hordes of summer holidaymakers are absent, while prices are lower. Whenever you choose to go, North Wales offers a lovely self-catering experience.

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