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Choosing self catering holidays in North Wales will not only provide you with unbeatable scenery but give you the freedom to pick from delicious local food as and when you see it. Read more for our guidance on getting the best out of your trip.

Why have a self catering holiday in North Wales?

Whether it’s luxury self catering holidays you want or something cheap and cheerful, having the room to choose your meals as you go is a great way to see the best of North Wales.

4 solutions for self catering holiday accommodation in North Wales

Now you’ve decided on a self catering holiday in North Wales, you need to choose your perfect accommodation. Thankfully we have four top picks to choose from, whether you’re on a budget or going for the luxury experience!

1. Cottages – Perfect for those wanting their home comforts whilst on their travels. The added kitchen makes for more affordable self catering options, with the added choice to make your own food.

2. Campsites – Channel your inner adventurer and be even closer to nature whilst staying on one of North Wales’s many campsites. For added luxury, why not go for glamping?

3. Lodges – For a comfortable option that’s just different enough from home, a lodge is a picture-perfect alternative to the popular cottage, with all the same conveniences.

4. Caravans – Their flexibility make them a staycation go-to for families with young children and dogs. Ideal for a more cheap self catering holiday in North Wales for those on a budget.

4 places to have a self catering holiday in North Wales

All that’s left to do is choose exactly where to take your self catering holiday in North Wales. Our top four suggestions are all stunning – where will you choose?

1. Llandudno – Boasting not one but two award-winning beaches, Llandudno offers plenty of delicious local eateries and some incredible coastal areas to enjoy them from.

2. Anglesey – The Isle of Anglesey has been voted the UK’s second best holiday destination, and for great reason! With lots of attractions like the South Stack Lighthouse, it’s also a fantastic hotspot for local food.

3. Snowdonia National Park – Not one to be missed by fans of the great outdoors. Wales’s ‘undisputed activity capital’ has it all…forests, mountains and rivers. There are also plenty of places to eat once you’ve finished climbing Snowdon, of course!

4. Barmouth – This is another great option if you want to get the best of both worlds. With amazing beaches and views of Snowdonia National Park to match, Barmouth is ideal for those who want a more relaxed approach to their North Wales holiday.

UK holiday guidance with Cottage Decisions

Whether you want to get more out of your family holiday to North Wales or check out somewhere totally different, Cottage Decisions is here to help you get the best out of your UK holidays.

Rachel D

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