The home for the highest mountain in Southern Great Britain, Snowdonia consists of very beautiful landscapes of rolling hills, steep valleys and stretches of mountains. The beauty of this county was hidden in the borders of the surrounding mountains; thereby fewer people come to visit this. With the nature still untouched and the milieus remain unspoilt; you will surely love to explore this idyllic county. Holiday Makers in Snowdonia have a very unique welcoming treat for all the tourists who come to spend their holiday or short breaks. They provide warm greetings from the airport or terminal busses until you reach the vacation homes where you will stay – they will guide you all throughout. The Cottage Holidays Snowdonia is the most popular haven for all the sojourners. Aside from the first class services and facilities it offers, you will certainly enjoy the stunning views overlooking from the cottages.
Wherever you look around are breathtaking and beguiling views. The most eye-catching amongst the vistas are the valleys that were broken into five minor groups, whose chief peak is the Y Wyddfa known as the highest mountain in Southern Great Britain. Cottage Holidays Snowdonia will tour you in the valleys if you wish to. You will be accompanied by the most excellent trekkers and campers of the county. But if you want to have a more relaxing activity, you could rent a mountain bike in any of the cottages, and discover the distinct charm of the lowland plains.
Most of the Cottage Holidays Snowdonia is located in the working agricultural landscape of hilly terrains with established rural communities and some antiquated villages. Since this county protects and preserves the rich custom and tradition from the ancient civilization, the rural pubs and restaurants offer nothing else but local cuisines and delicacies. The most visited site nearby the cottages is the Snowdonia National Park. It includes wild and rocky landscapes, such as Tryfan and Snowdon. When you explore around the county, you will discover the mountain streams meander through the lush of Nant Ffrancon Valley. Enjoy the stunning views only in Snowdonia!