A Snowdonian Holiday Cottage in a superb location

Seren WibPrices for 2018

Weeks Commencing Fridays …
January 5th – February 2nd  £245 Short break £180
February 9th – March 16th    £270 Short break £195
(Short breaks are Friday/Monday or Monday/Friday)

Weeks Commencing Saturdays …
March 24th – April 7th £300
April 14th – April 21st   £330
April 28th – May 12th   £360
May 19th – June 16th   £390
June 23rd – July 14th    £420
July 21st – August 25th £445
September 1st + September 8th £400
September 15th + September 22nd £360
September 29th – October 27th £330

Weeks Commencing Fridays …
November 2nd – December 7th £270 Short break £195
(Short breaks are Friday/Monday and Monday/Friday)

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Seren Wib Holiday Cottage

What a beautiful summer this is turning out to be with so much blue sky and sunshine, lovely temperatures and balmy evenings. Our guests have been making the most of it with dips in the sea, local lakes or waterfalls. It is hard to believe that only four months ago these same waterfalls were frozen icicles! Things are very parched here as they are in many other parts of the UK but the long, dry days continue with no real change on the horizon. We have just returned from a wonderful boat trip to the Holy Island of Bardsey, the final resting place for so many Saints and now home to a colony of Grey Seals, goats, puffins and a handful of residents. The boat from Porth Meudwy near Aberdaron, takes about 20 minutes across the sometimes treacherous waters of Bardsey Sound and gives you four hours to exolore this inspiring and very peaceful place. Porth Meudwy is about a 55-minute drive from Seren Wib. The film of the sandy beach is Harlech the other evening with a swim in the unusually warm Irish Sea followed by supper. The beach is so vast there is no chance of overcrowding! ...

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