Wheat

Sleeps 2

  • Hot tub
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Sauna
  • Off road parking
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  • Use of hotel facilities inc hot tub & tennis courts
  • Pet Friendly
  • Seaside
  • Restaurant and wine bar on site
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Barley

Sleeps 2

  • Pet friendly
  • Onsite pub/shop 5 min walk
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Enclosed decking area with BBQ

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in North Wales

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Why rent a cottage with hot tub in North Wales? The answer is simple; voted #4 in Lonely Planet's best in travel 2017 it is the only region in the UK to be included on the list and with so much to do and see it's easy to see why.

Stunning beaches, breathtaking scenery, heritage, culture and some of the best outdoor activities in the world North Wales packs a lot into a small area and for those looking to get away from the stresses of everyday life, there is no better place.

Getting away from it all doesn't mean leaving behind the home comforts you are used to, our recommended hot tub lodges and cottages have all the amenities you need, including fully fitted kitchens, top of the range entertainment systems and of course that all important outdoor whirlpool.

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So, whether you are searching for the perfect destination for a family holiday, romantic hideaway, or activity weekend with friends look no further. A holiday home with hot tub in North Wales really is the best choice.

Enjoy!

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in North Wales

We have come up with some of the best places to visit and things to do during your stay, some are a little more unusual than others but don't let that put you off. Adventure awaits in this spectacular corner of the UK.

1. Snowdonia National Park

There is so much to explore and do in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that you will be spoilt for choice, gentle activities such as walking fishing and bird watching, compete with more energetic pursuits like abseiling, mountain biking and white water rafting. Take the Victorian Railway to the summit of the highest peak in England and Wales, follow the James Braid Golf Trail or head to the coast, whatever your passion you will be able to indulge it in Snowdonia.

2. Caernarfon Castle

This 13th century castle was built by Edward l and is one of the best medieval fortresses in the world and the most famous of Wales's many castles. Highlights including the enormous Eagle Tower with an exhibition on the castle's history and the Queen's Tower where the museum of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers is located and if you're in luck the castle's resident dragons, Dewi and Dwynwen will be at home. Try to visit the castle at high tide for the best photographic opportunities the reflection of the impressive ramparts on the water is a site to behold.

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Townend House Dining Area

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3. Llandudno

Arguably one of the prettiest towns in Wales Llandudno has retained much of its Victorian charm, with 2 sandy beaches and an old-fashioned promenade it is the perfect place to spend a sunny day. Take a trip on the Great Orme Tramway for jaw dropping views over the Irish channel, walk along the pier or indulge in some retail therapy on Mostyn Street, boasting a host of events throughout the year Llandudno is the quintessential seaside resort.

4. The Purple Moose Brewery

This award-winning micro-brewery located in Porthmadog is home to some of the best real ales in the country and offers tours of the brewery every Wednesday. Walk along the gantries and discover the various stages of the brewing process before a tasting session at the end. The admission price includes a voucher for a free pint in their pub The Australia in Porthmadog and 10% off any purchases in the popular shop.

5. Portmeirion

This world-famous iconic village was created by Clough Williams-Ellis over a period of fifty years from 1925 and is a replica of an Italian village. Enjoy authentic pasta in the Central Piazza and explore the extensive gardens which due to the peninsula's sheltered position boast exotic plants rarely found elsewhere in Wales, a popular location for TV and films Portmeirion is a must on any visitors "places to see" list.

Townend House Dining Area

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6. Zip World

With three locations across North Wales offering different activities Zip World provides a thrilling day out. Ever fancied trampolining in a subterranean playground well you can at Bounce Below, Llechwedd Slate Caverns and after you have had enough of bouncing sliding and climbing and jumping from net to net why not experience the ultimate in zipping on the first 4 person zip wire in Europe or try a zip safari at one of the other settings in the heart of the Conwy valley explore the treetops via nets or fall over 100 feet from the world's highest power-fan tree parachute simulator, a must for adrenalin seekers.

7. Anglesey Sea Zoo

We all know the weather can be unpredictable in this country so, for a great family day out whatever the weather head to Anglesey Sea Zoo, which celebrates the best of British marine life including octopus, conger eels, catsharks and lobsters learn about the wide range of creatures that live in our seas and about the conservation and research which is helping to preserve their habitats.

8. Conwy Castle

Featuring an interesting exhibition on Edward l and his many Welsh castles this architectural masterpiece took over 2,000 workers 6 years to build. Its eight towers, 12-15 feet thick walls and 125-foot long Great Hall are indications of the original grandeur of this incredible fortress. Other attractions nearby include Aberconwy House and the 16th century cottage thought to be the smallest house in Britain.

9. Black Rock Llamas

You could be mistaken for thinking you are in Peru with this unique experience at Black Rock Llamas, located in Snowdonia and featured on the popular TV series "Weekend Escapes" this must visit attraction is a fun day out for all the family. Take one of the half day treks leading your llama through the glorious countryside and finishing up at Coed y Brenin visitor centre where the kids can Go Ape or you can enjoy the onsite facilities including a restaurant. Alternatively have a go at llama agility, get the camera out because that will certainly be one for the family album.

Townend House Dining Area

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10. Greenwood Forest Park

Family days out don't come much better than Greenwood Forest Park voted North Wales's top family attraction for 6 years in a row, whizz down the sledge-run or get wet on the country's only solar-powered water ride. Have a go at archery, experience thrills on the only human-powered roller coaster or take a donkey ride. Craft workshops, events and activities throughout the year means there is always something new to discover at this brilliant attraction.

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