Treat yourself to an Easter family cottage holiday

Published: Monday 7th Mar 2016

Written by: Gareth Mahoney

With the Easter holidays a few weeks away we’ve put together a list of great places to head to with the family. Explore different parts of Wales in your very own 4 or 5 star cottage. Head to the coast, try you hand at numerous activities or just relax in your home from home – it’s entirely up to you.

1. Hafod y Bryn, Tresaith (sleeps 10)


Take the extended family away in this seaside holiday cottage. Within walking distance to the beach, pub and shop it’s an ideal base for your family holiday. Relax on the balcony while the children are entertained in the games room. For full details and availability head to our website






2. Ger y Traeth, Newport (sleeps 6)

Ger Y Traeth

Pet friendly cottage overlooking the beach at Newport and the Nevern Estuary. Take a short walk down to the beach and you’re also within walking distance of restaurants, cafes, traditional pubs and the Wales Coastal path. For full details and availability head to our website






3. Maes y Felin, Monmouthshire (sleeps 5)


Playground for the children, hot tub for the adults, what more do you need? Set on a working farm, enjoy the countryside surrounding Maes y Felin, or head out and explore the nearby town of Chepstow or the Wye Valley. For full details and availability head to our website






4. Caban Betws, Betws y Coed (sleeps 4)

Snowdon cabin

Cosy log cabin in the heart of Snowdonia, surrounded by wonderful countryside views. Caban Betws is a great base for your family Easter holiday so head out walking, cycling, and exploring. For full details and availability head to our website






5. Y Llwyn, Machynlleth (sleeps 6)

Y Llwyn

With the evenings still on the chilly side Y Llwyn offers you 2 log fires to cosy up in front of. A great base for the mountain or coast awaits you. For more information and availability head to our website







We look forward to welcoming you to Wales and for more availability head to our search page or contact us on 01650 511101

Gareth Mahoney



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