Forest Holidays

Holidays in Wales

Get closer to nature


Why choose a holiday in Wales?

For a small country, Wales makes a big impression. Mountain ranges spring from the ground, forests cover their slopes, and rivers, lakes and waterfalls complete the stunning natural spectacle. Welsh history, language, myths and traditions are never far from the surface, giving the sense of a country confident in its place in the world. Enjoy a cabin break in Wales and see why this wonderful country is heaven for nature lovers, walkers and anyone with a sense of wonder and adventure.

Self-catering Welsh breaks

Enjoy a cabin break in Wales and see why this wonderful country is heaven for nature lovers, walkers, and anyone with a sense of wonder and adventure. Our collection of cabins at Beddgelert are hidden in a woodland glade.

Whether you’re in a group with friends or family, escaping as a couple for a romantic break, or you need wheelchair-friendly accommodation, there’s a cabin for you at Beddgelert. Every lodge has an outdoor hot tub for pure relaxation, after climbing Snowdon or playing on the beach. There are dog-friendly log cabins too, so make sure you bring your four-legged friends on your adventure in Wales.

Cabins at Beddgelert, Snowdonia

Beddgelert, Snowdonia offers just 16 cosy log cabins with hot tubs hidden in a woodland glade on the edge of the forest. A river tumbles beside the cabins and a steam train stops at the location, opening up easy exploration of Porthmadog, Caernarfon and the Snowdonia mountains.

Things to do in Wales

Our favourite places to see and things to do on a holiday in Wales

  • Mountains, waterfalls and forests

    Wales is world famous for its natural beauty and sense of outdoor adventure. The three National Parks, Snowdonia, the Pembrokeshire Coast and the Brecon Beacons protect 20% of this natural world and here you can venture out every day and never see the same place twice. Snow-capped mountain peaks give way to wooded valleys and lush meadows and create spectacular waterfalls and clear lakes. Wildlife is abundant and protected species such as red kites, ospreys and nightjars thrive.

  • The shaping of Wales

    Whether you're staying with us for a couples break or family holiday, escape to one of 16 self catering log cabins with hot tubs in Wales and discover a land of myths and legends, a country of kings and castles, a place of industry and innovation. Discover tales of Gelert the faithful hound in Beddgelert, visit the magnificent medieval fortress of Caernarfon Castle and get the underground story of Snowdonia’s slate mining heritage at Llechwedd Slate Caverns.

  • Seaside towns and mountain villages

    A trip to Snowdonia in North Wales is, in many ways, a decision to leave behind the bright lights of the big city. But that doesn’t mean you have to leave behind modern life. The coastal towns, from the compact university city of Bangor to the quaint harbour town of Porthmadog, offer high street shopping, great restaurants, art galleries and many other attractions. The mountain villages, Beddgelert included, cater for tourists drawn by the spectacular views, whilst maintaining their authentic feel. And for sheer visual spectacle, there’s nowhere quite like the Italianate village of Portmeirion.