Self Catering Holidays in Aberdovey

Self catering holidays are a great way to minimise costs, whilst still having a fun and memorable family holiday. It’s all about finding your home away from home – with lots of accommodation types on offer, such as rural cottages, hostels, holiday parks or camping. Self catering Aberdovey offers a home away from home feel with cosy cottages and a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

A self catering holiday in Aberdovey brings you independence, and an overwhelming sense of your place in the world around you. Whether you choose a seaside cottage or a cottage hidden in a valley; there’s plenty of space to make it your own for a week or two. You have the freedom to cook your own meals, uncork and drink your own wine or embrace the local cuisine. There are also activities suitable for all the family, with a range of indoor and outdoor pursuits available.

Snowdonia National Park

You can’t consider yourself to have had the full Welsh experience until you can say you’ve summited mount Snowdon. Taking in the scenery from the top of the highest mountain in Wales is definitely one for the Welsh holiday bucket list. With lots of routes up, there is a selection to choose from which can be accessed by walkers of any ability.

Zip World

A slight drive from Aberdovey, but well worth it is Zip World. With attractions ranging from the fastest zipline in Europe, to bouncing around in the underground caverns. There’s an adventure to be had here! The Fforest Coaster has proven to be a big hit with kids and adults alike, zooming through the trees in a coaster, with daring twists and turns  it’s definitely one for the bravehearted.

Adventure Parc Snowdonia

There are very few places on earth that you can surf inland, but North Wales is fortunately home to Adventure Parc Snowdonia, the world-first surf lagoon! If you want to catch some guaranteed waves this summer, this is the place to be. There’s also stuff on offer for the non-surfers; such as the new adrenaline indoors which includes artificial caving, extreme slides and climbing walls. A weather-proof day that can be enjoyed by thrill-seekers of all ages.

Wild Swimming

Instead of going to the local swimming pool, many swimmers are choosing to go for a natural approach to swimming, this simply means they swim in natural water basins. This is commonly known as wild swimming, and the landscapes of Wales allow for a wealth of open air locations to enjoy the wild swimming experience – from sparkling lakes, stunning waterfalls and picturesque rivers.

Wales Coastal Path

With 870 miles worth of path, covering the varied environment of Wales – cliff tops and sandy beaches, there are lots of potential routes to explore. Pack some snacks or maybe even a picnic and head off for an adventure.

Visit the Place with the Longest Name in the UK

Join the heaps of people trying (and failing) to pronounce the longest place name in the UK. Standing by the ridiculously long sign at the local train station has become a bit of a tourist hub, it’s dubbed an iconic Welsh selfie spot.

Castles

A day trip to towns such as Harlech, Conwy or Caernarfon wouldn’t be complete without a visit to their impressive castles. If history is your thing, you’ll love engaging with the legends and stories of theses fortresses. With lots of events happening all through the summer season, you might find yourselves caught up in a knights battle!

Whatever you choose to do on your self catering holiday in Wales, we’re sure that it’ll be a holiday you won’t forget in a hurry.