Compare 89 offers featured in Bala and find a great place for your holidays. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo features the best deals and the most popular rentals in Bala.
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Bala
Choose a filter above to easily find a holiday rental meeting your requirements among the 89 properties in Bala. Our data shows that internet and TVs turn out to be the most frequently provided amenities in Bala. Fewer holiday lettings in Bala are available if you love to grill out or you want a letting with a fireplace , as barbecues and fireplaces are not very popular features in Bala.
The Weather in Bala
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Check out the climate diagram for Bala. On average, the warmest month is July. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Bala
34 of the 89 listed accommodation options in Bala are hotel rooms. They account for one-third of the properties there (33.33%). The median size of hotel rooms in Bala is 21 m², with a median price of £101 a night. Moreover, the majority of hotel rooms in Bala can accommodate 2 guests, which makes Bala a great destination for couples and small groups. If you're interested in a different property type, you may want to have a look at house rentals, which are the other most common type of accommodation in Bala. These properties cost £185 a night , on average, and have an average size of 148 m².
Climb Mount Snowdonia while staying at a Bala holiday cottage
Bala cottages are set close to spectacular Snowdonia National Park, near Wales's largest natural lake. Mount Snowdon looks down protectively over the region from 1,036 metres, while the coast provides a paradise for paddlers and boaters. Bala accommodation is blessed with award-winning heritage sites and some of Britain's most famous green spaces.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Bala?
Engage with Bala's heritage
Visit the award-winning Byd Mary Jones World. This enthralling heritage centre tells the story of a 15-year-old girl who walked 26 miles to buy a book back in 1800. You can retrace her steps through multimedia and interactive exhibits that provide a unique glimpse of history centuries ago. Located on the verge of Lake Bala, the Grade-II listed building draws visitors with its insightful perspective on local history.
Alternatively, try your hand at some arts and crafts at Illuminarte. The fully equipped gallery offers workshops where expert craft teachers coach you in the art of stained glass and mosaic making. Relaxed and informal classes use music to inspire and entertain at this thrilling creative hub.
What are the best activities for families in Bala?
Trains and trampolines
The Berwyn Mountains, beech hedges, and a rose-covered farmhouse frame idyllic Caerau Uchaf Gardens. The space provides a stunning backdrop for family days out. Bounce around on the trampoline near the café and run through the woods to find the zip wire. Don't leave without making a visit to the fort.
Bala Lake Railway is a local institution. Enjoy superb views of the lake as you and your family ride for nine miles in an authentic steam train called Alice the Little Welsh Engine. You could also check out Surf Snowdonia and ride perfect waves in the 300-metre lagoon, or hire kayaks and windsurfers at Get Wet – The Adventure Company for coastal adventures.
Where are the unique attractions in Bala?
Mountains and lakes
Take a boat out on Wales's largest natural body of water, Llyn Tegid. This glacial lake glitters in the sunshine, making it easy to see why its name means 'Lake of Serenity'. Windsurfing and yachting fans glide gracefully across its tranquil surface. At 42 metres deep, the lake is said to harbour secrets. Some say it is home to a monster known locally as Teggie, while others claim that the spires of a ghostly village are visible through the water. What is certain is that the lake is home to many fish, including the gwyniad, which is found nowhere else in the world.
Why not explore the verdant reaches of Snowdonia National Park with your very own Land Rover Experience? Take roads less travelled to discover spectacular sights and tranquil spots in Wales's celebrated natural area. Hike Snowdon or zoom down zip wires at Zip World for breathtaking views.
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