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Price and Availability Index in Snowdonia National Park
Holiday Letting Price Information in Snowdonia
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Snowdonia. Prices in a week of July (20/07 - 27/07) go up to £110 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. Prices decrease in November to an average of £62 per night (02/11 - 09/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Snowdonia
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. More people travel to Snowdonia National Park a week in December (22/12 - 29/12). So far, 61% of the rentals are occupied this week. October (12/10 - 19/10) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The weather in Snowdonia
Find the Snowdonia National Park climate diagram. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Snowdonia in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Stay in a Snowdonia Cottage for lots of Outdoor Adventures
Snowdonia is a region in northern Wales and a national park, the centrepiece being the Snowdon Peak. It's a favourite for hikers, mountaineers, mountain bikers and birdwatchers. There are even many water sports as a large part of the area is along the coastline. The landscape is dotted with mountain ridges, trails as far as the eye can see, and activities for everyone at every pace. Ideal for the beginner outdoorsman who just wants a quiet moment in nature, it also has rugged terrain best suited for the seasoned adventurer. Several people live in the national park, so finding a traditional countryside cottage or farmhouse close to your point of interest is no hassle. Snowdonia holiday homes are available all year round.
Getting to Snowdonia
The best way to access your Snowdonia holiday letting is by rail, bus and car. With an indirect train journey from London you can be in Snowdonia in less than four hours with even shorter travel time from Liverpool or Cardiff. Once there, it is recommended you use the local bus service, the Sherpa Bus, to get around to the different points in the park. If you choose to come with your car, please note that restrictions apply as to where you may drive within the park. In the summer, the park and ride car parks are usually full by 8 a.m. so ensure you get up early. To get around this, you can choose to stay at one of the many Snowdonia holiday lettings situated near to a bus stop of the Sherpa bus line.
The climate in wet Crib Goch found in Snowdonia is the wettest spot in the United Kingdom. You will need to dress appropriately including hiking shoes. To further minimise the impact of the weather, choosing the right accommodation will go a long way. Snowdonia holiday lettings within your area of adventure are exactly what you need to relax after an exhilarating day of memory making.
There is a lot to see and do in Snowdonia. You can visit one of several castles and museums found in the area or ride on one of several railway lines. Take a steam engine to the Welsh Highland or a more modern rail service to Snowdon's summit. There are several towns each with its own history and significant points of interest. The landscape is also picturesque with high mountains and green valleys, reminiscent of fairytales. From your base at one of the Snowdonia holiday homes, your options are endless.
Snowdonia with Family and Friends
There is truly something for everyone at Snowdonia, be it a weekend trip or a full holiday. Snowdonia is the right choice if you want a fun filled family experience. Your children will love the Fun Centre, Yr Hwylfan, which is basically a huge playground with slides, climbing walls and many other activities. You should also spend a day at the Greenwood Forest Park, a different amusement park with rides all powered by people. Try a little of everything in Snowdonia; hiking, sightseeing, kayaking or just chilling on the beach or lakeside. Stay in a Snowdonia holiday letting and have the dream holiday.
Outside and on the Trail
Snowdonia welcomes everyone; walkers, hikers, mountain bikers and even horseback riders. If being outdoors and enjoying nature is what you are interested in, this is the place for you. You can take a guided tour or just grab a map and head for the trails. If you have forgotten a piece of equipment for your adventure, no worries, there are many shops and outdoorsmen to help you out with whatever you need. You can travel the beaten path or explore the road less travelled at Snowdonia, the choice is yours - with the bonus of knowing that with Snowdonia holiday lettings, a comfortable and cosy place awaits.
Snowdonia’s inland lakes provide and ideal opportunity for kayakers and rafters of all skill levels to enjoy water sports. Along the coast, guests have the opportunity to wakeboard, surf and sail too. Find Snowdonia holiday lettings near your watering hole and let the adventure begin.
Along the coast, areas such as Conwy and Foryd Bay are ideally suited for observing seabirds of all kinds as well as other marine wildlife. The park is home to rare mammals including otters, polecats, and the feral goat. Several uncommon bird species can also be found in the park, like birds of prey, peregrine, osprey, merlin and the red kite. The park is also famous for being the home of the Snowdon or rainbow beetle. From the comfort of your Snowdonia holiday letting , you can plan how best to catch a glimpse or the perfect snapshot of one of natures wonders.
Snowdonia: Slate and craggy mountains
Located near Betws-y-Coed, Swallow Falls is one of Snowdonia’s most visited attractions. See the stunning falls from different viewing points along the River Llugwy.
Jutting out of the rocks, this medieval castle offers panoramic views of Snowdonia and the sea. Its visitor centre is packed with information about the castle.
It may have once been a site of conflict, but Harlech Beach is peaceful now. Rolling sand dunes play host to diverse wildlife, and the beach is served by a café and shop.
Wales’s highest mountain, a national nature reserve, boasts a huge variety of flora and fauna. Visitors can reach the summit on foot or take the train.
Welsh Slate Museum
Located in old Victorian workshops, the Welsh Slate Museum brings the area’s rich history to life. Learn about the industry that was once integral to every local’s life, and visit quarrymen’s houses.
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