Holiday Cottages in Snowdonia, Anglesey and North Wales

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From big holiday cottages in Snowdonia National Park to farmhouses on the Llyn Peninsula and hostels in Llandudno, our range of holiday cottages in North Wales offers a fabulous choice for large families and group holidays.

North Wales is a superb place for family breaks and group activity holidays, offering traditional seaside resorts, beautiful beaches, mountain landscapes, lively towns and a wide array of tourist attractions ranging from zoos and wildlife parks to railways and museums.

Snowdonia is also a superb place for a whole array of outdoor activities, from climbing and hiking to cycling and canoeing.

With our wide selection of large holiday houses you'll find the perfect group accommodation for 10+ in Wrexham, Flintshire, Denbighshire, Conwy, Gwynedd and the Isle of Anglesey.

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Stunning grade II listed townhouse situated in the centre of the medieval market town of Ruthin in North Wales. White sofas, baby grand piano, games room and 6 luxury bedrooms. Sleeps 16.

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    from £ 995
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Holiday Cottages in North Wales from Group Accommodation

Imagine staying in a big holiday cottage in Dolgellau, in a farmhouse on Anglesey, or at a hostel in Caernarfon near all the town's shops, bars and restaurants. At Group Accommodation, we work hard to fulfil these dreams, and as a specialist group holiday company we are dedicated to bringing you the best big group holiday homes in North Wales.

Deciding Where to Stay in North Wales

It's not easy choosing where to stay in North Wales, with such a fabulous range of tourist attractions, natural landscapes, adventure activities and group holiday accommodation.

Holiday cottages in Gwynedd enable you to spend time in the great outdoors in beautiful Snowdonia National Park; enjoy days out at the Welsh Mountain Zoo and Snowdon Mountain Railway; visit the famous slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog and Llechwedd Caverns; explore Caernarfon castle and the medieval town walls; visit the picturesque market town of Dolgellau; and spend time at the beach in Tywyn.

Find a big holiday house in Conwy and your group can visit the splendid Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno; explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town of Conwy itself with its formidable castle; and enjoy easy access to the Island of Anglesey and the unspoilt Llyn Peninsula.

If you rent a large holiday cottage on the Isle of Anglesey, you can visit the county capital of Llangefni and Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyllllantysiliogogogoch the Welsh village with the second-longest place name in the world. Or you can go birdwatching at the Ellin's Tower (Twr Ellin) RSPB reserve; explore historical sites from Neolothic, Roman and Medieval times at Din LLigwy; and enjoy visitor attractions such as Anglesey Sea Zoo, Beaumaris Castle, Plas Newydd, Pili Palas (Butterfly Palace) and Anglesey Model Village.

If you stay in a holiday home in Wrexham in North East Wales, you can enjoy breathtaking views from Chirk Castle; explore miles of footpaths such as the Ceiriog Valley Walk, Offa's Dyke and the Maelor Way; take a day trip to historic Erddig, a grand gentleman's residence set in beautiful grounds; visit the picturesque village of Erbistock; see the Gresford Bells; and go over the medieval hump-backed bridge at Bangor-on-Dee.

For exploring hilly moorland landscapes and historic towns, big holiday cottages in Denbighshire should fit the bill - giving you the chance to take a ride on the Llangollen Steam Railway and visit the roman bridge, historic canal, and beautiful Dee Valley; spend time at the beach in the seaside resorts of Rhyl or Prestatyn; and go shopping in the picturesque market town of Denbigh, one of the most historic in North Wales.

If you stay in group accommodation in Flintshire, gateway to Wales, you can visit interesting towns such as Mold with its street market; Holywell, the home of St Winefrides Well, one of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales'; and Flint, with its medieval castle and market. There are plenty of historical buildings too, such as Plas Teg Jacobean Mansion, St Deiniols library in Hawarden, and Basingwerk Cistercian Abbey as well as family attractions such as Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, Loggerheads Country Park, and Greenacres Animal Park.

We try to make it easier for you to decide where to stay by providing detailed property descriptions and images for every holiday home in North Wales, alongside a list of activities available nearby. Our large group holiday cottages in Wales are scattered right across the region's counties, so you can find large holiday properties in Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, the Isle of Anglesey and Wrexham.

By using our map functionality, whether you're planning a short weekend group break, a big reunion, or a full week's holiday, you can quickly narrow down your search to the specific part of North Wales that appeals to you most.

Choose Holiday Cottages in North Wales for Short Breaks

Our selection of accommodation for large groups is unrivalled, and our holiday properties are hand picked so you can be confident that we have a large holiday home to suit your specific needs. Our impressive portfolio features large holiday cottages alongside many other types of group accommodation in North Wales such as luxury barn conversions, hostels, lodges, spacious country houses and camping barns.

Looking for a Holiday Cottage in North Wales to Sleep 10+? We Can Help

Make your search for group accommodation easier by using our easy-to-use website bringing together the best big holiday homes in North Wales for you to choose from.

You can browse all of the properties in North Wales in our Regional Search; pick out specific holiday homes by area on our Map of the region; or use our Main Search to narrow down your results by several criteria such as location, property type and how many the holiday cottage sleeps.

Locations within North Wales/Snowdonia