Dragonfly Cottage Wales

Snowdonia National Park in North Wales consists of 823 square miles of stunning protected countryside including imposing mountain ranges and picturesque beaches. The sheer range of activities on offer makes Snowdonia an ideal holiday destination. Dragonfly Cottage is the perfect base for exploring Snowdonia.

Set in an acre of country grounds which include a small woodland and a river, Dragonfly Cottage, like its name, is right at the heart of nature.  A private terrace with dining furniture lets you quietly observe the comings and goings of local animal and birdlife.   Moving inside the cottage, you’ll find country charm abound with wooden beams and a double height stone fireplace.  Perfect for individuals or couples, the cottage has one double bedroom in gallery style.  There is also a shower room, and open plan lounge, dining room and kitchen.  The cottage is fully equipped for self catering with all kitchen appliances including a washing machine and the additional luxury of a DVD player for nights in or rainy days.  Children and pets are welcome with a cot and highchair available on request.

North Wales

North Wales is a stronghold of Welsh language, culture and identity.  A rural area of mainly mountains, valleys and beaches, its natural beauty has led to tourism becoming the main industry of the region.  The Snowdonia National Park is one of the most visited areas in North Wales and is home to Mount Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales at 3560 feet.  North Wales is the perfect holiday destination for families with a wide range of family-orientated activities such as zoos, steam trains and farm parks.  Popular sporting activities in the area include cycling, fishing, walking, water sports and golf, among many more.


Dragonfly Cottage sits two miles from the market town of Dolgellau which sits on the southern side of the beautiful Mawddach Estuary.  Dolgellau has a strong connection with its history, evidence of which is clearly visible around the town.  It is a popular town with hikers and climbers thanks to its location at the foot of the peak of Cader Idris.  There are three trails to take you to the summit of the mountain varying in length and difficulty.  For keen birdwatchers, the osprey nest site at nearby Glaslyn is a must-see.  If you prefer to stay in town, do your best to time your visit to coincide with Dolgellau’s lively farmers’ market on the third Sunday of every month.  This takes place in the town centre and a wide variety of local produce and craft can be sampled and enjoyed.

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