Hundredrooms logo

Snowdonia Accommodation

Selection of holiday lodges and self-catering cottages in Snowdonia

Discover accommodation near Mount Snowdon

Find cottages in Snowdonia for your trip to the breathtaking region of Wales that is also home to the Snowdonia National Park and the historic Snowdon Mountain Railway, where you can climb up to the top of the highest mountain in Wales - Mount Snowdon. Here at Hundredrooms we collect the best holiday homes from over one hundred different websites in just one click, so you don’t have to bother searching through them all separately. Discover the rugged peaks and coastal paths of the gorgeous region of Gwynedd. This region is famous for its commitment to the Cymraeg language, and you are guaranteed to feel truly immersed in the local culture if you book a Snowdonia holiday lodge. Known as Eryri in Welsh, this mountain range is popular for hiking, white-water kayaking and other sports. There are a range of places to stay in Snowdonia and some of the most common are private holiday cottages and log cabins, which are certainly the most authentic ways of enjoying this incredible region. Whether you are looking for accommodation near Snowdon, the mountain itself, or in one of the nearby villages and towns, we can help you find exactly what you’re looking for. Are you travelling with more people, or do you need any specific requests? We can filter our search to include dog friendly accommodation, or something more specialised depending on your holiday. All you have to do is let us know how many people you’re travelling with and for how long, and we’ll take care of the rest. The hills of North Wales are some of the most picturesque you can visit, and means that you can be both close to sandy beaches and incredible mountaintops. Discover the wonder of Welsh life in this region; a large number of holiday cottages in Snowdonia National Park are dotted around places with the most fascinating traditional Welsh culture that you can witness.

Places to stay near Snowdonia, Wales

  • Aberdyfi: Located in Gwynedd is this village on the north side of the estuary of the River Dyfi on the west coast. Located within the bounds of the National Park, it is popular for holiday homes in Snowdonia. Both on the river and seafront, it is a great seaside resort if you want the both of mountains and sea.
  • Bala: This market town is certainly popular during the summer months, thanks to the Afon Tryweryn which is a river running through Bala famous for its white water kayaking and Bala Lake. You can easily access Snowdonia from a holiday cottage here.
  • Bangor: This is the oldest city in Wales, and is particularly small compared to the rest of the UK. This university city is beautifully historic, and is located in Gwynedd. It is a beautiful place for a holiday rental if you’re looking for a city that is not far from the Snowdonia National Park.
  • Betws-y-Coed: As one of the main resorts of the Snowdonia National Park, this is at the heart of the mountains and is popular for mountain biking, climbing and hillwalking.
  • Capel Curig: Another village surrounded by mountains in Snowdonia. It is popular with walkers and climbing, and is close to the peak of Moel Siabod.
  • When to visit Snowdonia

    In the North of Wales, the temperate climate makes for warm weather as opposed to extremely hot summers. The winters are cool, and so you can in theory visit at any time of year. The prices are certainly highest for self-catering cottages in Snowdonia, Wales during the summer months. Coinciding with UK school holidays certainly makes prices rise; particularly in July and August. The average nightly price is around £100 per night, whereas in September it can drop to around £65 per night. The best time to find cheap accommodation is during January and February. In terms of availability, the summer is when they are mostly in demand alongside December time, when people choose to book a Snowdonia cottage for the festive period.

    Holiday rentals in Snowdonia

    Dog friendly cottages in Snowdonia

    Cheap holiday lettings in Snowdonia

    Snowdon and other points of interest

    Snowdon: The highest mountain in Wales, and the second highest in the UK north of Scotland where Ben Nevis takes the top spot. It is at an elevation of 1,085 metres and has over half a million annual visitors. It is the busiest, therefore, in the United Kingdom. The summit can be reached in a number of ways, and many choose to hike and climb their way to the top. You can alternatively choose the Snowdon Mountain Railway, which is home to a cafe called Hafod Eryri.

  • Harlech Castle: A UNESCO Heritage Site, this fortification overlooks the Irish Sea. Built in the 13th century, it has a colourful medieval history, having changed hands multiple times.
  • Pen-y-Pass: This mountain pass in Snowdonia is a famous hiking route at the high point of the Llanberis Pass.
  • Pyg Track: A popular hiking track with one of the most incredible mountain vistas in the whole of the National Park.