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Christmas in Snowdonia…

 But will we have snow?

With or without snow there’s lot to see and do throughout the Winter months in Snowdonia.  Take a look at our What’s On page for ideas.

Stay with us on the run up to Christmas and do some unique Christmas gift and food shopping with craft fairs and street markets happening locally.  Plus there’s lots of opportunities for children (and adults) to meet Santa (or Sion Corn as he’s known locally) in lots of special locations.

Celebrate Christmas with us (minimum stay 3 nights over Christmas - and you can arrive on Christmas Eve).  Eat at The Rhiw Goch, at one of many other restaurants within a short drive or cook for yourself.. It’s up to you.

Walk your dinner off - there’s a walk for everybody or snooze in front of the TV.

Many guests stay for a couple of days between Christmas and New Year.  It’s a great opportunity to get out of your house and do something different.

Again we have a minimum stay of 3 nights over New Year.  There will likely be a party at The Rhiw Goch for those who like that type of thing (and fireworks at midnight) but my favourite way to bring in the New Year is with a bottle of bubbly, sitting on a local hillside (nothing too difficult or remote) watching the stars.

Create memories this year without running up taxi, babysitting and bar round bills.

Of course, Quarryman’s Cottage is also available throughout December too.  Decorations and bubbly as per the log cabins.

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